ISSN: 2186-4691 – The Asian Conference on Language Learning 2018: Official Conference Proceedings

ACLL2018 Art Center of Kobe, Kobe, Japan
Conference Theme: "Surviving and Thriving: Education in Times of Change"
Friday, April 27 - Sunday, April 29 2018
ISSN: 2186-4691

Conference Proceedings

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Proceedings Contents


A Case Study: Promoting Vietnamese Staff's English Language Ability and their Change of Conceptions of English Language Learning
Lim Ha Chan
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Negotiating Language Development and Growth through Social Interactions: The Case of Setswana
Paul Nepapleh Nkamta
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The Interactive Method for Training Guangxi Medical University Professors Teaching Medicine by Using English as Medium of Instruction
Diana Po Lan Sham
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An Analysis of English Reading Comprehension and Reading Strategies
through Google Translator of Loei Rajabhat University Students

Pugpimon Kumnoed
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Japanese Language Book Classification Development in Indonesia
Perspective of Library Science: Expansions of Japanese Notation on DDC
(Dewey Decimal Clasification)

Azizia Freda Savana
Arda Putri Winata
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Students’ Attitudes Towards Self-Directed Learning Out of Classroom: Indonesian Context
Silmy Arizatul Humaira
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English as an Additional Language: Enhancing Critical Digital Literacy
Russell Hazard
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An Analysis of English Communication: A Case Study of Thai Public Transport Operators’ Communication with Foreign Tourists
Fuanglada Chomchuen
Sonthaya Rattanasak
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The Use of Japanese Language Dictionary by the Students of Japanese Literature Study Program, Brawijaya University
Eka Marthanty Indah Lestari
Dewi Puspitasari
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From Storytelling to the Voice Story App: A Research Translation Project
Naomi Wilks-Smith
Dr Li Ping Thong
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Two Steps Forward, One Step Back (and a Few to the Side): Embedding English Language Teaching in a Discipline Subject
Jane Robbins
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A Cognitive Study of Expressions Based on Hearing in English and Vietnamese
Tran Thi Thuy Oanh
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Marketing to a Mature Audience: A Comparative Study of the Marketing
Techniques Used by Private English Schools in Japan and South Korea in
Reaching the Mature Segment of the ESL Market.

Jeremy Chambers
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Promoting Intercultural Understanding for ESP Students Through CLIL:
Teachers’ Beliefs and Challenges.

Nguyen Tran Uyen Nhi
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Moving Between Systems: Schema-Based Strategies for Transitioning Students
from Secondary to Tertiary ESL Classrooms in Japan

Evan Regis Cacali
Renato Bruno Germinario
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Teacher Autonomy: Perceptions and Practices
Mehnaz Tazeen Choudhury
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From the Amateur to the Professional in Group Discussions: Exploring the Use of Metacognitive Strategies
Shravasti Chakravarty
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Applying Blended Learning Method in Teaching English at the University of Da Nang, Viet Nam
Pham Thi Thu Huong
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Young Ambassadors: Preparing Junior High School Students for Tokyo 2020
Brett Davies
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Literature as a Catalyst for Critical Thinking in the Foreign Language Classroom
Michael Hofmeyr
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Applying Translanguaging Techniques in Japanese EFL Settings
Kevin Alan Bartlett
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Social Media Content Marketing of English Language Institutes in Thailand
Pataraporn Sangkapreecha
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How Existential Funds of Identity Can Enrich the Funds of Identity Concept
Adam Poole
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How to Help EFL Students Gain Confidence in Intercultural Communication: A Case in Vietnam
Ha Thi Chau Nguyen
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Wednesday Night Book Club:
Examining the Effects of Parent Participation in an After-School Book Club

Juana Nolasco Cedillo
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Correlation between Learner Autonomy and English Proficiency: An Experimental Study through Project-Based Learning
Ho Si Thang Kiet
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Developing Vocabulary for Foreigners Using Mindmapping
Hoai Phuong Tran
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Surviving in the Hegemonic Spread of English: Implications for English Language Teaching (ELT) in Rural China
Yujuan Wu
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Words to Explain Words: How Teachers Explain Second Language Vocabulary
Mizuki Moriyasu
Ernesto Macaro
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Assessment in Groupwork Project-Based Learning in Business English Classrooms
Thu Hang Nguyen
Vu Mai Yen Tran
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Foreign Language Adoption of Young Learners (3-6 years old) through an AI Robot
Zheng Wanwei
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A Teaching Approach to Develop Basic Academic Writing Ability and Logical
Thinking Skills for Japanese University Students

Madoka Kawano
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Reshaping of EFL College Students’ Writing Experience
Min Jung Kim
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Team Teaching Revisited – The Challenges and Benefits
Frances Shiobara
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Using Nursing Models along with Language Learning Theories to Motivate
Japanese Nursing Students of English

Eric Fortin
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I-City, Or A New Classroom For EFL In Times Of Change: Its Theory And Practice
Shin Kurata
Norio Nakamura
Akiyoshi Suzuki
Kōichi Matsumoto
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Learners’ Perceptions of Blended Language Learning Programs in Thailand
Nuttakritta Chotipaktanasook
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Mathematics Teachers’ Content Preparedness, Level of Use of Active Learning Practices and Students’ Achievement
Emelyn V. Cudapas
Lily Ann C. Pedro
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Are the Effects of L2-Motivational Change Language-Specific?
Michinobu Watanabe
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A Study of Expression for Politeness, Indifference and Contempt in Japanese and
English and its Implication for the Japanese Learner of English

Debjani Ghosh
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