KOTESOL Proceedings 2011

Publication Date: 
October 1, 2012

KOTESOL Proceedings 2011
Pushing our Paradigms; Connecting with Culture
Proceedings of the 19th Annual KOTESOL International Conference
Seoul, Korea
October 15-16, 2011

  • Seeking a justification for skill-building (Stephen Krashen)
  • Grammar nightmares: The three P’s  (Keith Folse)
  • Digital literacies and the language classroom  (Gavin Dudeney)
  • An analysis of interaction in task-based oral assessment  (Martin Hawkes)
  • Student autonomy in the TOEIC classroom: Introducing student self-constructed TOEIC tests  (Bruce Lander and Harry F. Carley III)
  • Application of Content-Based Instruction in Japanese university EFL classes to instill global awareness: The case of the geopolitical challenges of peak oil and the end of inexpensive energy in Northeast Asia  (Richard Miller, Michael Parrish, and Zane Ritchie)
  • Content-based instruction considerations for tertiary-level instruction  (David E. Shaffer)
  • An evaluation of audio diaries as a research method in language research  (Scott Aubrey and Andrew Nowlan)
  • Teachers connecting cross-culturally: A new paradigm for intercultural professional mentoring  (Julie Ciancio and Lynne Díaz-Rico 99)
  • The importance of foreign teacher understanding and adjustment to EFL learners  (Kevin Watson and Grant Agawa)
  • Connecting disciplines at a Japanese university: Adapting EAP to local academic culture  (Howard Brown and John Adamson)
  • Who we are, what we think: Teachers talking about themselves and teaching  (Maria Pinto)
  • Peer teaching: A strategy for exploiting autonomous learning  (Alina Chirciu and Tulika Mishra)
  • Model United Nations for EFL/ESL learners: Preparation and outcomes  (Calum Adamson)
  • Changing the curriculum paradigms: Implementing a new needs assessment model for university language programs  (Kathleen Brown)
  • Integrating skills through survey-based project work  (Matthew Coomber)
  • Effective strategies and methods for teaching EFL without a common language  (Amanda Green)
  • Critical transformation: Enhancing EFL textbooks with critical thinking  (Michael Massey and Vincent Greenier)
  • Overcoming the obstacle of culture: Integrating critical thinking with college English writing instruction  (Wanqing Cheng)
  • Second language acquisition principles for East Asian students  (Douglas Meyer)
  • Korean university students’ attitudes towards varieties of English  (Jake Breaux and Marnie Brown)
  • Refraining from becoming the next speaker: A case study of three-party second language interaction  (Nathan P. Krug and Tomomi Otsu)
  • Utilizing ICT video-conferencing for pre-service English teacher training and cultural learning  (Minako Yogi)
  • Using social media to extend the language classroom  (Tom Edwards)
  • Language learning through multilingual wiki creation: Embracing technology and culture  (John McGaughey)
  • Building on a coordinated vocabulary program  (Alonzo R. Williams)
  • A review and guide for self-assessment in second language writing  (John Peloghitis)
  • Paint it green: Using environmental themes in the language classroom  (Brian English)
  • Love or Logic? A cultural guide for Westerners and Koreans working together  (Shelley Lawson)
  • Speaking of making speeches: The how, the what and the why  (Amanda Maitland)
  • Reading: Take away the 10-question syndrome from your students  (Novi Rahayu Restuningrum and Diyantari)