Schedule of Presentations

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Day 1 (16 October 2017)
0810-0850 Registration
0850-0900 Opening Remarks by Conference Chair
0900-0930

Featured Paper 1 – Room 1

Presenter: Angela Moon, University of British Columbia, Canada

ASSESSING EDUCATION: EXPLORING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT PRACTICES TO INEQUALITY IN EDUCATION

Chaired by: Lokman Abd Wahid

0930-1030 Parallel Session 1
Room 1

USING THE LOW GROUND TO GET HIGH: THE EDUCATIONAL VALUE OF TEACHING PLAGIARISM – Ken Barris, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

CORRELATION BETWEEN SELF EFFICACY AND CHEATING BEHAVIOR ON VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS – Dian Permatasari, Jakarta State University, Indonesia

THE LEARNING STYLES OF PENAN ETHNICITY STUDENTS IN IPG KAMPUS SARAWAK, MALAYSIA – Habibah Mohd Samin, Teacher Education Institute, Ipoh Campus, Malaysia

Chaired by: Ken Barris

Room 2

FROM EARTH TO SAIYA: ENTERING THE DRAGON BALL FANDOM IN THAILAND – Thammachat Krairit, University of Wollongong, Australia

LEARNING THE MODERN HISTORICAL TEXTS IN JAPANESE AND ITS IMPACT ON THE FURTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY – Anna Lelenkova, St Petersburg State University, Russia

THE COINAGE REFORMS OF ‘ABD AL-MALIK BIN MARWAN AND ITS IMPACT ON ZAKAT IN ISLAM – Hisham Kassim, 24Qirats, Malaysia

Chaired by: Thammachat Krairit

1030-1100 Coffee Break
1100-1200 Parallel Session 2
Room 1

ON-THE-JOB TRAINING COMPETENCY LEVELS AND PERFORMANCE RATINGS OF THE PIONEER BATCH: UNIVERSITY OF BATANGAS-LIPA CAMPUS – Joseph Receno, University of Batangas, Philippines

EXPLORING EDUCATIONAL LEADERS PERCEPTION ON THE FEASIBILITY OF OFFERING PEACE EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY- Afareez Abd Razak International Islamic University Malaysia

CULTURAL AND VALUES LEARNING IN THE SINGAPORE PRE-SCHOOL MOTHER TONGUE LANGUAGES CURRICULUM-Tajudin Jaffar, Ministry of Education, Singapore

Chaired by: Afareez Abd Razak

Room 2

ASSESSING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS: PREPARING LEARNERS FOR A CAREER IN THE 21ST CENTURY – Wasif Minhas, Higher Colleges of Engineering, United Arab Emirates

LEARNING MOTIVATION AND MEDIATION EFFECT OF SOFT SKILLS ON PROCRASTINATION FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS – Mohammed Kafaji, Alfaisal University, Saudi Arabia

OBSESSIVE THOUGHTS CAN INTERFERE IN SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION – Hossein ZakaryaeeSalman Farsi University, Iran

Chaired by: Ike Farida

1200-1300 Parallel Session 3
Room 1

UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING (UDL) AND LANGUAGE LEARNING – Shagufta Khan, Sunita Narain, Defense Language Institute, United States of America

ONE MORE APPROACH TO INFORMATION PACKAGING – Huseynaga Rzayev, Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey

ON ONE MORE TEXT ORGANIZATION MODEL – Huseynaga Rzayev, Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey

Chaired by: Arapera Ngaha

Room 2

WELFARE CRIMINOLOGY: TAXATION AND HUMAN NATURE – Primadona Harahap, University of Indonesia

DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN WITH FOREIGN SPOUSES IN RELATION TO LAND OWNERSHIP IN INDONESIA – Ike Farida & Satya Arinanto, University of Indonesia

LEGAL CULTURE IN THE ERADICATION OF CRIMINAL ACTS OF CORRUPTION IN INDONESIA: CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION THROUGH NON-PENAL APPROACH – Edita Elda, Univeristas Andalas, Indonesia

Chaired by: Edita Elda

1300-1400 Lunch
1400-1430

Featured Paper 2 – Room 1

Presenter: Saime Matsu & Madhumita Mehrotra, Defense Language Institute, United States of America 

TRANSFORMING COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE INTO HIGH LEVELS OF VERBAL PERFORMANCE

Chaired by: Zahedah Abdul Hafiz

1430-1530 Parallel Session 4
Room 1

WHAT LIES BENEATH: ANALYSING THE NARRATIVE – Arapera NgahaUniversity of Auckland, New Zealand

THE PRODUCTION AND PERCEPTION FOR ENGLISH FINAL CONSONANT SOUNDS OF THAI STUDENTS – Sirirat Choophan Atthaphonphiphat, Suratthani Rajabhat University, Thailand

TAMIL LEXICAL ITEMS ORIGIN FROM TEA PLANTATIONS IN MALAYSIA AND THE EXPRESSION OF HUMANS MIND – Mohana Dass Ramasamy, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Chaired by: Sirirat Choophan Atthaphonphiphat

Room 2

LEARNING ENGLISH FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY(EST): PROBLEMS AND STRATEGIES FROM STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVES – Ranjithamalar Kumar, Universiti Selangor, Malaysia

MALAY LANGUAGE STANDARD FRAMEWORK: SUITABILITY AND ACCURACY OF DIMENSION AND DESCRIPTOR – Lokman Abd Wahid, Institute of Teacher Education Malay Language Campus, Malaysia

FACTORS INFLUENCING THE TRANSLATOR’S CHOICE OF FOREIGNISATION AND DOMESTICATION IN TRANSLATION INTO ARABIC OF NEOLOGISMS AND IDIOMS IN THE HARRY POTTER SERIES –Alshaymaa Alharbi, University of Leicester, United Kingdom, University of Leicester, United Kingdom

Chaired by: Lokman Abd Wahid

1530-1600 Afternoon Break & Networking
1600 End of Day 1

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Day 2 (17 October 2017)
0830-0850 Registration
0850-0930

Invited Speaker – Room 1

Presenter: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kirpal Singh, Training Vision Institute, Singapore

INNOVATION IN FUTURE EDUCATION: ARE WE READY?

Chaired by: Lokman Abd Wahid

0930-1030 Session 5 – Room 1
SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS: FOREST EDUCATIONAL AWARENESS AS ECO-TOURISM AMONG STUDENTS – Er Ah Choy, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

CONSERVATION OF SASAK TRADITIONAL SETTLEMENT MODEL VIEWED FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS – Vania ZulfaJakarta State Unversity, Indonesia

A COMPARISON BETWEEN INTEGRATED AND SEPARATED – ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION SUBJECT AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – Rizky Ananda, Jakarta State Unversity, Indonesia

Chaired by: Tiarma Intan Marpaung

1030-1100 Poster Q&A Session and Coffee Break
1100-1200 Session 6 –  Room 1
AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE CURRENT SITUATION OF TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS IN THAI NGUYEN PROVINCE: ISSUES RELATING TO TEACHER EDUCATION, TEACHING TECHNIQUES, TEACHING MATERIALS, AND TEACHING & LEARNING CONDITIONS – Pham Thi Kieu Oanh, Thai Nguyen University of Education, Vietnam

AN INVESTIGATION INTO ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES EMPLOYED BY THE SECOND-YEAR STUDENTS AT THAI NGUYEN UNIVERSITY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY – Dang Phuong Mai, University of Information and Communication Technology, Vietnam

IMPROVING STUDENTS ABILITY IN WRITING RESEARCH INTRODUCTION THROUGH SCIENTIFIC APPROACH – Tiarma Intan Marpaung, Nommensen HKBP University, Indonesia

Chaired by: Pham Thi Kieu Oanh

1200-1300 Session 7 – Room 1
TEACHERS CLASSROOM STRATEGY IN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (A CASE STUDY OF ENGLISH TEACHERS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL PEMATANGSIANTAR) – Selviana Napitupulu, Nommensen HKBP University, Indonesia

SOME TYPES OF STUDENTS’ ASSIGNMENTS AT ESP CLASSROOM AT MUST – Ravjaa Narantsetseg, Mongolian University of Science and Technology

INTERCULTURAL ADJUSTMENT: FEMALE SAUDI STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM – Huda Alqahtani, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom

Chaired by: Selviana Napitupulu

1300-1400 Lunch
1400-1500 Session 8 – Room 1
LANGUAGE IDENTITY AND LOCATIONAL DIFFERENCE: NARRATIVIZING THE NATION IN SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE – Rimika Singhvi, The IIS University, India

NONVIOLENCE DEALT WITHIN THE WORK “YOUNG INDIA“ BY MAHATMA GANDHI – Le Thi Thu Huong, Thai Nguyen University of Education, Vietnam

ARUNDHATI ROY AND NEW INSCRIPTION ON AUTUMN LEAVES – Nazia Hasan, Aligarh Muslim University, India

Chaired by: Rimika Singhvi

1500-1600 Session 9 – Room 1
THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERFORMING ARTS HERITAGE IN THAILAND; A CASE STUDY OF THAI TRADITIONAL THEATRE TO THE CONTEMPORARY PERFORMING ARTS – Mutjarin Ittiphong, Silpakorn University, Thailand

ABROGATION AND APPROPRIATION OF LANGUAGE ON AUTHORIAL AND FICTIONAL LEVELS IN THE GRASS IS SINGING – Sadia Gondal, University of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan

A CRITICAL STUDY OF SUBVERSIVE DISCOURSES EMPLOYED IN MILDRED TAYLORS ROLL OF THUNDER, CRY MY HEART AND BEVERLY NAIDOOS THE OTHER SIDE OF TRUTH – Nedal AlMousa, Arab Open University, Jordan

Chaired by: Le Thi Thu Huong

1600-1630 Afternoon Break & Networking
1630 End of Day 2

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Posters
Day 2, 1030-1100 Poster Q&A Session – Room 1
ENGLISH VOWEL DURATION CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH NATIVE CANTONESE-SPEAKING PRIMARY SCHOOL ESL STUDENTS – Manwa L. Ng, University of Hong Kong

CROSS-CULTURAL ISSUES AFFECTING SAUDI ESOL STUDENTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM – Maha AlOthman, Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom

INVESTIGATING STUDENTS ATTITUDES AND THEIR CULTURAL ORIGINS TOWARDS USING TECHNOLOGY AS A LEARNING AID AT A SAUDI UNIVERSITY – Safyah Aldayel, University of Hull, United Kingdom

Chaired by: Zahedah Abd Hafiz

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