English as a Foreign Language Interest Section, TESOL

May 17, 2010

Proposals Accepted by EFL-IS for TESOL 2010 Boston Convention

Filed under: TESOL 2011 Convention Proposal Review — tesolefl @ 7:44 pm

A Japanese Style of Communicative Language Teaching Through Extensive Reading
Activating Critical Thinking Through Structured Reading Lessons
Affective Factors Contributing to Intrinsic Motivation for Learning English
American Slang Learning: A Comparative Study
An Exploratory Study About Reading Strategy Use Among Saudi Students
Analysis of Learner Autonomy in Japanese Books for English Study
Arab EFL Learners: Making Reading Their Cup of Tea
Assessing a New Writing Task Type: Short Answer Responses (SARs)
Beyond Noticing Forms: Integrating Output-Based Tasks Into Form-Focused Instruction
Buzz Words for English: Problematizing the Terms
Chinese EFL Learners’ Resources and Strategies for After-Class Learning
Classroom Interactions That Draw Japanese EFL Learners’ Attention
Classroom Management: Global Family of Teachers-Managers
Creating an EFL Curriculum Model in Guatemala
Creative ESL/EFL Assessments for Young Learners, Teenagers and Adults
Critical Reading and Imagination Reflected in Graphic Organizers
Developing International Teacher Training for Content and Language Integrated Learning
Developing Materials for Learner-Centered Practice in Global English
Educational Cultures in Conflict
Effects of Viewing Authentic Video on EFL Learners’ Expository Essays
EFL Elementary Teachers Learning to Teach With Information Gap Activities
EFL Teachers’ Beliefs About Assessment
Collaborative Cross-Cultural Professional Development
EFL Writing for Digital Natives: Re-imagining Instruction for New Realities
Elementary English for Multilingual International Students in European Higher Education
Emotional Intelligence for Empowering ESL Learners
English Proficiency and Power in Developing Countries
English Teaching and Christian Mission: Empirical Research Perspectives
English-Only Classroom? Teachers and Students Resist Administrative Policy
Enhancing EFL Vocabulary Acquisition Through Latin and Greek Word Roots
Enjoy Grammar: Lose Those Rules!
Enriching Language Acquisition Through the Use of Arts
Enthusiasm, Obsession, Burnout: Striking a Balance With Web 2.0 Applications
Interactive Whiteboards: Collaborative and Practical Applications for Learners and Teachers
Finding Common Ground in English as an International Language
Fostering Creative Thinking: The Influence of English Reading and Writing
Globalization Vis-a.-Vis Localization: Sociocultural Thematic Units in EFL Elementary Classes
How Are EFL Students’ Strategies Linked To Their Learning Styles
How Do We Teach Global English?
How Is Testing Perceived by English Teachers and ELT Majors?
Implementing Multiple Intelligences Theory in Very Large EFL Classes
Improving Learners’ Knowledge of Formulaic Sequences Through Awareness Raising Strategy Training
In Response To Globalization: ELT in China, Russia, and Lebanon
Independence Journals: Combating Student Dependency
Innovative Technology: Pathway to Language Development
Integrating Critical Thinking in Chinese EFL Context
Is Technology a Modern Blessing or a 21 stCentury Curse?
Korean EFL Learners’ Strategy Use in Reading Academic Texts
Language Negotiation, Student-Led Code Switching, and Classroom Language Policies in EFL
Learning Skills and Language for the 21st Century
Making TOEFL Accessible to Candidates With Disabilities
Maximizing English With Museum Videos
Music: A Borderless Language
Native and Nonnative English Speakers’ Attitudes Toward Accent
Primary English Education in China: Teachers’ Voices
Professional Development of Korean EFL Teachers Using Hybrid Pedagogical Frameworks
Promoting Posters to Develop Memory Building
Quality Out of Chaos: Standards for Teaching English Online
Read It Again, Sam: Giving Repeated Reading a Purpose
Re-Envisioning EFL in Digital Age: Challenges, Options and Opportunities
Re-Imagining EFL Learners as Effective Teaching Tools
Re-Imagining EFL: Building Language Through Community Classes
Re-Imagining Gulf EFL Teaching: Dispelling Myths and Fostering Understanding
Re-Imagining Reading: Building Happy and Successful ESL Readers
Re-Imagining the Notebook: Great Ideas to Benefit EFL Adult Learners
Reshaping EFL Curriculum for the 21st Century
Responding to Student Participation in Web 2.0 Applications
Rethinking Authenticity in Peripheral TESOL Contexts
Second Language Learners in Canada, Sweden, and Germany
Seeing Learning: Practical Techniques To Re-Energize Planning and Reflecting
Self-Evaluation: Improving the Quality of EFL Programs
Social Networks as a Means to Empower Writing/Collaborative Learning.
Strategies and Tools for Learning Academic Vocabulary
Standards as a Framework in EFL Contexts
Storytelling Re-Imagined With Microsoft PhotoStory
Student Perceptions of Peer Assessment in Presentation Activities
Surviving and Thriving Without a Textbook: One Year in Ukraine
Target Language Subtitles for Comprehensible Film Language Input
Task-Based Self-Evaluation in Adult EFL Classrooms
Teaching Grammar To Children: What EFL Teachers Think and Do
Teaching Oral Academic Integrity Through Technological Tools
Teaching Sociocultural Information in an EFL Context in Russia
Techniques To Generate Words, Ideas and Sentences
Technology, Popular Culture and Young EFL Learners
Ten Characteristics of a Highly Effective EF/ SL Teacher
The Current Role of English and English Teaching in Vietnam
The Trinity in Teaching Vocabulary
The Use of Pronunciation Learning Strategy Among EFL University Students
Thematization in Advanced Jordanian English
Training Young Learners to Become Independent Learners
University Students’ Perceptions of CALL in the EFL Classroom
Using Corpora to Enhance Language Teaching
Using Dictionary Pronunciation Keys to Instruct EFL Children Pronunciation
Using Learning Objects Effectively in the Language Classroom
Using NingTo Create Online Learning Communities
Using TOEFL@ Reading Scores to Differentiate Instruction


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