Presentation Schedule

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Pre-Conference Tour – 22 March 2018
(Optional, not included in conference-only package)
1.45pm-2.00pm Tour Registration

  • Registration for participants who have paid for the tour (full package)
  • Participants with the conference-only package may contact secretariat to upgrade their package to include this tour.
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2.00pm-6.00pm Half-Day City Tour

  • Cavenagh Bridge
  • Singapore River (Cruise)
  • Fullerton Hotel
  • Fullerton Heritage Gallery

Please visit https://icsai.org/icllce10/tour-itinerary/ for booking and more information

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Day 1 (23 March 2018)
8.30am-9.00am Registration
9.00am-10.00am Opening Remarks by Conference Chair

Keynote Presentation
Associate Professor Danica Čerče
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

10.00am-10.30am Group Photography Session & Coffee Break
10.30am-11.30pm Session 1

THE ACQUISITION OF INTERNET ENHANCED LEARNING TOOLS IN TODAY’S SCHOOLS
Harry Carley
Matsuyama University, Japan

CLOSING THE LOOP: REFLECTIONS FROM ALUMNI ENGINEERS ON HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS (HOTS)
Muna A. Balfaqeeh
Khalifa University for Science and Technology, UAE

THE DEGREE OF PRACTICING CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS BY PHYSICS TEACHERS IN IRBID, JORDAN
Amal Malkawi
Yarmouk University, Jordan

Chaired by: Muna A. Balfaqeeh

11.30pm-12.30pm Session 2

THE CREATION OF AN ONLINE PRE-EMPLOYMENT ENGLISH LISTENING TEST FOR HOTEL FRONT OFFICE STAFF
Therranuch Pattarakeatcharoen
King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand

IT COMPANY STAFFS ABILITY IDENTIFYING STRESS PATTERNS OF ENGLISH WORDS AND LISTENING COMPREHENSION ABILITY
Piyawan Nuansri
King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand

EMOTIONAL CHALLENGES OF NATIVE ENGLISH-SPEAKING TEACHERS: A MULTIPLE-CASE STUDY
Nhu-Hien Luong-Phan
University of New South Wales, Australia

Chaired by: Nhu-Hien Luong-Phan

12.30pm-1.30pm Session 3

UNNATURAL NARRATIVE VIEWPOINTS: A REEXAMINATION FROM A COGNITIVE APPROACH
Yuan Yuan
Shanghai International Studies University, China

FRAME, PREFERENCE AND MEMORY: A COGNITIVE APPROACH TO LITERARY HISTORY NARRATION
Guoqiang Qiao
Shanghai International Studies University, China

DOANGANG MAKASSAR: ALBERT LORDS PERSPECTIVE ON SPOKEN STRUCTURE
Nursalam, Nurindah Purnamasari
State University of Malang &  State University of Makassar, Indonesia

Chaired by: Nursalam

1.30pm-2.30pm LUNCH BREAK
2.30pm-3.30pm Session 4

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! : EXPLORING THE USE  OF FILMS IN INTERPRETING LITERARY TEXTS
Mary Jastine S. Torreon
St. Mary’s College of Tagum, Philippines
ILLEGITIMATE SONS AROUND KING JOHN: IN ANALYSIS OF COATS OF ARMS
Yoshika Miura
Otani University, Japan

SYMBOLISM OF WATER IN THE CLASSICAL AND MODERN ARABIC LITERATURE
Muhammad Hamad
Al-Qasemi College, Israel

Chaired by: Muhammad Hamad

3.30pm-4.30pm Session 5

THE SINISTER LABYRINTH: A POSTMODERN STUDY ON GIBSONIAN SPACE IN NEUROMANCER
Jincy Joseph
St. Thomas College Pala, India

NEOPLATONIC ELEMENTS IN THE CONFERENCE OF THE BIRDS OF AR NPR (C. 1145-1221)
Krzysztof Kocielniak
Jagiellonian University, Poland

EMPATHIC I. B. SINGER: STRATEGIES OF NARRATIVE EMPATHY IN THE BUS
Qin Xuan
Shanghai International Studies University, China

Chaired by: Krzysztof Kocielniak

4.30pm-5.30pm Session 6

“IMPLIED AUTHOR”: DEFINITENESS, CONSTRUCTIVITY, TRANSCENDENTALITY — A CONTEMPLATION OF AN OUTLINE OF PUBLIC HERMENEUTICS
Liu Xirong
Shanghai International Studies University, China

WOMENS CHOICE IN HENRIK IBSENS A DOLLS HOUSE AND SARAH RUHLS IN THE NEXT ROOM(OR THE VIBRATOR PLAY)
Chae Min, Son
Ewha Womans University, South Korea

HOW IS IT THAT THE CLOUDS STILL HANG ON YOU?:  A RHETORIC READING OF HAMLETS REVENGE
Jianfeng Zhang
Shanghai International Studies University, China

Chaired by: Jianfeng Zhang

5.30pm-6.00pm COFFEE BREAK AND NETWORKING SESSION
END OF DAY 1

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Day 2 (24 March 2018)
8.45am-9.00am Registration
9.00am-10.00am Session 7

TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP: CONSTRUCT DEVELOPMENT AND MEASUREMENT-SCALES VALIDATION
Thamarat Jangsiriwattana
National Institute of Development Administration, Thailand

CONSTRUCTING A BILINGUAL-EDUCATION INTERNSHIP MANAGEMENT PLATFORM TO EXPLORE FACTORS INFLUENCING COLLEGE STUDENTS INTERNSHIP ACHIEVEMENT
Yeechia Hu
Ming Chuan University, Taiwan

MATHEMATICAL TREE MEDIA-ASSISTED TALKING STICK LEARNING FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS
Rafiuddin
State University of Malang, Indonesia

Chaired by: Yeechia Hu

10.00am-10.30am Coffee Break
10.30am-11.30am Session 8

THAI UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ATTITUDES TOWARDS EXTENSIVE READING ON ENGLISH ACADEMIC WRITING SKILLS
Supara Ballantyne
Khon Kaen University Language Institute, Thailand

DEVELOPING THE NITECH EXTENSIVE READING PROGRAM
Kelly Quinn
NITech, Japan

TEACHERS LITERACY PRACTICES IN EFL CLASSROOMS:  WHEN WILL READING HAPPEN?
Yousef Alshaboul
Qatar University

Chaired by: Yousef Alshaboul

11.30am-12.30pm Session 9

THE SCHOLARSHIP OF TEACHING AND LEARNING AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON RESEARCH APPROACHES FOR COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC FACULTY
Brad Curabba
American University of Sharjah, UAE

PRODUCTIVE SMALL-GROUP ACADEMIC DISCUSSION: AN APPROACH FOR THE SECOND-LANGUAGE CLASSROOM
Nathan P Krug
Saitama University, Japan

STUDENT PERCEPTION OF LANGUAGE ACHIEVEMENT AND LEARNER AUTONOMY IN A BLENDED KOREAN LANGUAGE COURSE
Ahn, Misook
Northcentral University, USA

Chaired by: Brad Curabba

12.30pm-1.30pm Session 10

I WILL WRITE YOU MORE LETTERS VERSUS WRITE BACK LOOKING AT U.A.E BOYS AND GIRLS WRITTEN DISCOURSE
Karima Almazroui
Abu Dhabi Education and Knowledge Dept, UAE

INVESTIGATING THE VIABILITY PROSPECTS OF ENGLISH LOANWORDS IN COLLOQUIAL ARABIC: A CASE STUDY
Showqi Bahumaid
University of Sharjah, UAE

ONTOLOGICAL METAPHOR BY VALENTINO SIMANJUTAK:  STUDY ON TELEVISION LIVE BROADCAST OF AFF U-18 CHAMPIONSHIP 2017
Vindiatul Miftah Maulyna, Yoga Yolanda
State University of Malang, Indonesia

Chaired by: Showqi Bahumaid

1.30pm-2.30pm Lunch Break
END OF DAY 2

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