Presentation Schedule

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Day 1 (5 August 2017)
9.00am-9.20am Registration
9.20am-9.30am Opening Remarks by Conference Chair
9.30am-10.00am Featured Paper 

Presenter:  Brian Poole, Majan University College, Oman

WRITER ACCOUNTABILITY AND DISCOURSE VOICE IN ACADEMIC ENGLISH: A STUDY OF THE VERB EMERGE

Chaired by: Zahedah Abd Hafiz

10.00am-10.40am Session 1

ADAPTATION IN THE ESL CLASSROOM: POPULAR CULTURE AND LANGUAGE EDUCATION – Christelle Davis, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

EFFECTS OF ICT-AIDED FLIPPED CLASSROOM ON GRAMMAR ACHIEVEMENT – Phyna Nuon, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand

Chaired by: Christelle Davis

10.40am-11.00am Group Photography Session & Coffee Break
11.00am-11.40am Session 2

AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO SURVIVAL ENGLISH – Sean Thornton, Toyo University, Japan

ERROR ANALYSIS IN SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNERS – Nikita Suthar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

Chaired by: Sean Thornton

11.40am-12 noon Poster Viewing and Q&A Session

WORKSHOP FOR EFFECTIVE INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (WEIC) – CULTIVATING RESPECTFUL MINDSET – Haruko Ishii & Hisashi Naito, Hokkai-Gakuen University, Japan

A MODEL OF LEARNING STRATEGY AND PERFORMANCE FOR THE CONTEXT OF RETAILERS BUSINESS SIMULATION SYSTEMS – Hsin-Hui Lin, National Taichung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF THE ROLE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN MIDDLE EAST CRISIS – Muhammad Qasim, University of Central Punjab, Pakistan

Chaired by: Zahedah Abd Hafiz

12 noon-1.00pm LUNCH
1.00pm-1.40pm Session 3

THE SAMUGURIAS: ASSAMESE SPEAKING MISING PEOPLE – Rupanjali Morang Saha, North Lakhimpur College, India

PRESERVATION, PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF THE MAHALE LANGUAGE – Haroonuzzaman & Towhid Bin Muzaffar, Independent University, Bangladesh

Chaired by: Towhid Bin Muzaffar

1.40pm-2.20pm Session 4

WOMEN TO WORSHIP/RULE? – WIVES, WIDOWS AND WITCHES IN SALMAN RUSHDIE’S MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN – Jannatul Farhana & Farhat Tasannum Farah, American International University, Bangladesh

HUMAN CHARACTERIZATION IN D.O. FAGUNWA AND NAJIB AL-KAILANIS WORKS (BASED ON TWO NOVELS (CANE OF THE CAMPS OWNER AND TEARS OF THE PRINCE) A COMPARATIVE LITERARY STUDY – Maruf Raji Owoyemi, International Islamic University, Malaysia

Chaired by: Simone Zoya Khan

2.20pm-3.00pm Session 5

INDO-VIETNAM BILATERAL RELATIONS 2000-2017 – Simone Zoya Khan, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

IMPORTANCE OF ACCOUNTABILITY FOR NATIONAL TRANSFORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT – Ahmed Faraz Khan, University of Central Punjab, Pakistan

Chaired by: Ahmed Faraz Khan

 3.00pm-3.30pm  Coffee Break & Networking
End of Day 1

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Day 2 (6 August 2017)
8.30am-9.00am Tour Registration & Pick-up at Novotel Lobby
9.00am-1.00pm Bangkok Grand Palace and Emerald Temple Tour
1.00pm Drop-off at Novotel Lobby or MBK Mall

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