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THE ENGLISH EDUCATION-UNS TEFL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

“Current Belief in ELT and Its Implication in English Classrooms”

May 18, 2013

Kusuma Sahid Prince Hotel, Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia

INVITED SPEAKERS

  • Dr. Dat Bao (Monash University, Australia)
  • Dr. Willy Ardian Renandya (NIE, Singapore)
  • Nugrahenny T. Zacharias, Ph.D (UKSW, Indonesia)
  • Prof. S. Mohanraj (EFL University, India)
  • Prof. Dr. Joko Nurkamto, M.Pd (UNS, Indonesia)
  • Ilia Leakin (Monash University, Australia)

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

The topic areas may include new research findings, ideas, approaches, methods, or strategies in:

  • Teaching listening, speaking, reading, writing, and translation
  • Teaching grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and other language elements
  • Teaching materials and media
  • Assessment and evaluation
  • Teaching English literature
  • Literature-based teaching
  • Classroom management
  • Error analysis
  • Language of instruction
  • Linguistics and teaching

Abstract of 250 – 300 words with the presenter’s name, degree, institution affiliation, office/mobile phone, and email address. Abstracts are to be sent to eed_tefl@yahoo.com.

Complete papers of approximately 4500 words (7-10 pages, font size 11, Times New Roman, single spaced, all 3 cm margins, A4-size paper, abstract with key words, and references). Shortlisted papers will be published in proceedings and be available to conference participants with additional charges.

IMPORTANT DATES

  • February 5 – May 15 : Participant registration
  • February 5 – March 31 : Abstract submission
  • April 2 : Announcement of abstract acceptance
  • April 3 – 30 : Full paper submission
  • May 18 : Conference

. May 19: Post Conference Workshop:

Writing for International Publication (Dr. Willy A. Renandya)

Creative Use of Cartoons and Photograph in ESL Classrooms (Dr. Dat Bao)

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