Presentation Schedule

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Day 1 (24 March 2017)
8.15am-8.50am Registration
8.50am-9.00am Opening Remarks by Conference Chair
9.00am-9.30am Featured Paper
Chaired by: Lokman Abd Wahid

Speaker: Dr. John Poulsen, University of Lethbridge, Canada

Title: ARE THE ARTS AVAILABLE TO CANADIAN CHILDREN? A 2016 EXAMINATION OF CANADIAN ARTS CURRICULUM

9.30am-10.15am Group Photography Session & Coffee Break
10.15am-11.15am Session 1
Chaired by: John Poulsen

  • “ENGLISH IS MUCH MORE POWERFUL THAN I THOUGHT” A CASE STUDY OF TWO AMERICAN STUDENTS IN KOREA – Hohsung Choe & Ho Jung Yu, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies & Kyungil University, South Korea
  • USING PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT AT LOWER SECONDARY EDUCATION IN SETSWANA LANGUAGE – Eureka Mokibelo, University of Botswana
  • THE EFFECT OF NUMBERED HEADS TOGETHER TECHNIQUE ON STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN READING DESCRIPTIVE TEXT – Selviana Napitupulu, Nommensen HKBP University, Indonesia
11.20am-12.00pm Session 2
Chaired by: Mary Ragnhild Hatakka

  • PROJECT-BASED, BLENDED LEARNING IN AN ENGLISH – MEDIUM COLLEGE ENVIRONMENT IN PRACTICE – Mary Ragnhild Hatakka, Petroleum Institute, United Arab Emirates
  • CLASSROOM INTERACTIONAL COMPETENCY (CIC): AN EFFECTIVE MEANS OF INCREASING STUDENTS’ ENGLISH PROFICIENCY – Jumjim Ngowananchai, Assumption University, Thailand
12.00pm-1.30pm LUNCH
1.30pm-2.30pm Session 3
Chaired by: Lovie Edwin Seru

  • CONTINUUM OF HINDU WORSHIP CULTURE – THROUGH THE LIVING TEMPLE OF MAHAKUTESHWARA – Nikita Manvi, Nitte Institute of Architecture, India
  • EXTENDED MARGINS OF A HOUSE: THE TRANSITIONAL CULTURE – Srushti Goud, Self Employed, India
  • FUN AND BELIEFS FOR FIT’S SAKE: A BLENDED APPROACH TO COMMUNICATING MESSAGES ABOUT SMOKING TO YOUNG PEOPLE – Lovie Edwin Seru, University of Botswana
2.35pm-3.35pm Session 4
Chaired by: Do Thi Hang Ha

  • LITERATURE AS LITURATERRE: THE LITERAL LITTORAL IN CHEN LI’S POETRY – Yang Xiaobin, Academia Xinica, Taiwan
  • BEGUM ROKEYA SAKHAWAT HOSSAIN AND HER VISION OF WOMEN’S LIBERATION IN SULTANA’S DREAM – Eliza Binte Elahi, University of South Asia, Bangladesh
  • MISMATCHING OF LITERATURE GRADUATES AND CREATIVE WRITING INDUSTRY IN VIETNAM: CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS – Do Thi Hang Ha, Xamico, Vietnam
3.35pm-4.00pm Afternoon Coffee Break & Networking Session
End of Day 1

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Day 2 (25 March 2017)

8.30am-9.00am Registration
9.00am-9.30am Featured Paper
Chaired by: Lokman Abd Wahid

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Habibah Ashari, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia

Title: PERSONAL REALITIES AND THE APPRENTICESHIP OF SUPERVISING: MY TORTUOUS JOURNEY AS A SUPERVISOR

9.30am-10.30am Session 5
Chaired by:   Jethro Kenneth Tan

  • POETICS AND POLITICS OF INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN VERSE – Danica Cerce, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • ROMANCE FANFICTION ANALYSIS: AN ADVERSARY OR A BENEFIT IN TEACHING LITERATURE? – Jethro Kenneth Tan, Dr. Yanga’s Colleges, Inc. Philippines
  • MGA SAYSAY SA KATIGULANGAN (TALES OF THE FOLKS): RE-TELLING UNWRITTEN STORIES, RE-VIEWING HISTORY – Genevieve Jorolan-Quintero, University of the Philippines
10.30am-11.00am Group Photography Session & Coffee Break
11.00am-12.00pm

 

Session 6
Chaired by: Habibah Ashari

  • EXIT INTERVIEWS IN BOTSWANA: A REFLECTION – Lovie Edwin Seru, University of Botswana
  • PERSONAL QUALITIES AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES OF UBLC FACULTY: BASES FOR A PLAN FOR FACULTY INTERVENTION ACTIVITIES – Mercedes Macarandang, University of Batangas Lipa Campus, Philippines 
  • PRACTICES OF HOTELS AND RESORTS IN BATANGAS PROVINCE TOWARDS ADOPTION OF GLOBAL TOURISM SUSTAINABILITY STANDARDS – Irene de Villa, University of Batangas Lipa Campus, Philippines
12.05pm-12.45pm Session 7
Chaired by: Eureka Mokibelo

  • MOTHER TONGUE EDUCATION IN BOTSWANA: BENCHMARKING FROM OTHER COUNTRIES – Eureka Mokibelo, University of Botswana
  • THE EFFECT OF USING COOPERATIVE SCRIPT ON STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION – Tiarma Intan Marpaung, Nommensen HKBP University, Indonesia
12.45pm-2.30pm LUNCH
End of Day 2

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