CLEaR2017 Conference Programme

 

CLEaR2017 Organisation information

CLEAR2017 Book of Abstracts

       CLEaR2017 Conference programme (in pdf)

 

 

Sunday, 3 December 2017

19:00-21:00

Informal Get-Together Evening

Lobby, InterCity Hotel, Wiener Platz 8 01069 Dresden, Germany

 

Informal panel discussion providing the opportunity for participants to meet each other, promote their projects, find new international partners, discuss future plans and projects

In addition, conference participants are cordially invited to bring some national bonne bouche, finger food or cookies to present to other participants

 

 

Monday 4 December 2017

8:00-12:00

Registration

Conference room at InterCity Hotel, Wiener Platz 8 01069 Dresden, Germany

9:00-9:20

 

Opening & Organisation Notes

9:20-10:40

 

 

Plenaries 1 & 2

The perceptions of future language teachers towards the areas of change at the level of initial training programmes

Liliana Mâță & Roxana Maria Ghiațău, „Vasile Alecsandri” University of Bacău, &„Al. I. Cuza” University of Iași, Romania

Extensive reading and foreign language production (plenary)

Zuzana Strakova, Ivana Cimermanova & Michaela Sepešiová, ID CLEaR2017-496;  

Discussion

10:40-11:00

Coffee Break

 

Session 1: Teaching and learning languages

11:00-11:20

A Critique of Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches Used in Second Language Learning (SLL): Learners’ Language Development in Study Abroad

Dewi Satria Elmiana, Queen’s University of Belfast, the United Kingdom, ID CLEaR2017-403; 

11:20-11:40

The advantages of using modern teaching methods over traditional teaching methods in EFL

Kujtim Ramadani, Rufat Osmani, & Basri Saliu, Southeast European University, Tetovo, Macedonia, ID CLEaR2017-440;

11:40-12:00

Attitudes of the Zanjan Medical University Students toward Oral Presentations in ESP Classes

Giti Karimkhanlooei, Zanjan University of Medical Sciences, Iran, ID CLEaR2017-410;

12:00-12:20

Maximazing L2 Interaction through Using Edmodo in Saudi EFL Classrooms

Dalal Bahanshal & Ruaa Hariri, King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia, ID CLEaR2017-480;  

12:20–12:40

Socio-cultural approach in professional translation teaching

Oksana Anossova & Svetlana Dmitrichenkowa, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, RUDN University, Russia, ID CLEaR2017-454; 

12:40-13:00

Multilingual and Multicultural University: Preparation Platform for Prospective International Students

Anna Stavicka & Indra Odina, University of Latvia, Latvia, ID CLEaR2017-466;  

13:00-14:00

Lunch (individually)

 

Session 2: Cultural and Media Education

14:00-14:20

Cultural Terminology and European Values

dr Piotr Nagórka, Anna Porczyk, DA, & Małgorzata Dubasiewicz, MA; University of Warsaw & University of Gdańsk, Poland, ID CLEaR2017-469; 

14:20-14:40

Cultural work and cultural activities in prison conditions

doc. PaedDr. Marianna Müller de Morais, Mgr. Lucia Rapsová, Mgr. Radka Zimanová; Univerzita Konštantína Filozofa v Nitre, Slovakia

14:40-15:00

Experiences and incentives from immigration to the West of Slovakia

Prof. Ján Danek, University of Ss Cyril and Methodius, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2017-464; 

15:00-15:20

Nigeria 2015 Presidential Election: A Multimodal Discourse Interpretations of Selected Cartoons of TELL’S Newsmagazine

Olowu Ayodeji, Department of Languages, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic in Owo, Nigeria., ID CLEaR2017-404;  

15:20-15:40

Erratic Policy Making, Implementation and Adopting of Incremental Model: Nigeria Experience

Taofeek Ogunbayo, Oni Kazeem Adebisi, Salako Mudashiru, & Adedina Lawrence Olusoga, Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, Nigeria, ID CLEaR2017-439;     

15:40 – 16:00

Carnival image of Central Europe in Hašek's Tales from Croatia and the Surroundings

Jakov Sabljić & Tina Varga Oswald, Chroatia, ID CLEaR2017-461;

16:00 – 16:20

Coffee break

 

Session 3: Language in Society

16:20-16:40

Linguistic and cultural revitalisation of the specific German minority in Slovakia

Katarína Slobodová Nováková, UCM in Trnava, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2017-473; 

16:40 – 17:00

Tvorba rýmov ako súčasť rozvíjania fonematického uvedomovania u detí predškolského veku / Rhyme Production as a Part of Phonemic Awareness Development in Preschool Age

Monika Máčajová, Soňa Grofčíková, Zuzana Zajacová, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2017-485; 

17:00 – 17:20

Microteaching Analysis of Foreign Language Lessons

Alžbeta Lobotková, Univerzita sv. Cyrila a Metoda, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2017-462;

17:20 – 17:40

Court Language in Great Britain, USA and Slovakia

Lukáš Kurajda, UCM in Trnava, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2017-495;  

 

 

18:00 – 20:00

Dresden Evening Walking Tour

20:00 -

Dinner

 

 

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

9:00-9:20

Opening & organisation notes

Conference room at InterCity Hotel, Wiener Platz 8 01069 Dresden, Germany

9:20-10:00

Plenary 3

Impact of Face Book on Art Teaching

Prof. Türkan Erdem, Necmettin Erbakan Üniversity, Turkey, ID CLEaR2017-471; 

Discussion

 

Session 4: Reading Literature and its Impact

10:00-10:20

Development of Critical Reading Through the Cinema in the Classroom: An Experience in Higher Education

Sandro Alberto Díaz Boada & Catalina Silva Arias, Colombia, ID CLEaR2017-443;  

10:20-10:40

Book-Talk: An Activity to Motivate Learners to Read Autonomously in a Foreign Language

Hitoshi Nishizawa & Yuri Ichikawa, Toyota College, Japan, ID CLEaR2017-437

10:40-11:00

Raising Intercultural Competence among Young Adults through Extensive Reading

Burcin Kagitci Yildiz,Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey; ID CLEaR2017-451;

11:00-11:20

Coffee break

 

Session 5: Teaching Literature and Literary Analysis

11:20-11:40

 An Examination of Primary School Students’ Reading Habits in their Spare Time and their Reading Attitudes

Aynur BÜTÜN AYHAN (Ankara University, Turkey), Utku BEYAZIT (Near East University in Nicosia, North Cyprus), Şükran ŞİMŞEK (University of Ahi Evran, Turkey), and Yeşim Yurdakul (Ismail Iltemir Primary School in Antalya, Turkey), ID CLEaR2017-444

11:40-12:00

Murder at the Hunt: the German Medieval Epic Plot in George Grebenstchikoff’s “Forest Kings”

Oksana Tolstonozhenko, Siberian Federal University, Institute of Philology and Language Communication, ID CLEaR2017-459; 

12:00-12:20

Teaching Literary Analysis to Teacher Trainees, or, How Teachers Read Literature

Silvia Pokrivcakova, University of Trnava, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2017-499

 12:30

Closing and Good-bye

 

Session 6: Virtual session

Teaching English through Literature (Using Short Stories to Develop Integrated Skills of EFL Students in Indonesia)

Santri E. P. Djahimo, Nusa Cendana University, Kupang-NTT, Indonesia, ID CLEaR2017-401;

 click here: video-presentation

Assessment of Candid Opinions of Residents in three Senatorial Districts, Oglin State, Nigeria, on Media Public Enlightenment Programmes

Fidelis Olusegun Ashade, Joseph Dayo Odigie (Moshood Abiola Polytechnic in Abeokuta) & Timothy Omolaso Odenike (Federal Polytechnic in Ilaro), Nigeria, ID CLEaR2017-445;

 click here: video-presentation

E-learning as a Tool in Enhancing CLIL Competences of Pre-service Teachers

dr Michaela Sepešiová, University of Prešov, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2017-491;

Electronic portfolio as a tool for blended learning implementation in higher education

Zuzana Lukáčová, University of Prešov, ID CLEaR2017-492;

click here: conference paper    

The Possible Use of Electronic Mind Mapping in Teacher Training Education (virtual paper)

Ivana Cimermanová, University of Prešov, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2017-493; 

Pros and cons of using e-learning as a support for internationalization of learning (virtual paper)

Zuzana Straková, University of Prešov, Slovakia, ID CLEaR2017-494; 

How to organise reading of works of literature at school? The role and significance of students’ open interpretations (swobodne wypowiedzi)

dr Paweł Sporek, Pedagogical

click here:   conference paper  

On the major challenges in the early training of Slovak pre-service teachers

Barbora Pavelová, University of Presov, Slovakia

click here: conference paper

 

 

 

 

 

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