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Papers at CLaSIC 2016

D. Patrick ALLEN, Seiko OGURI and Tetsuo KATO
OPEN DOORS: TURNING “MY” STUDENTS INTO “OUR” STUDENTS
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Noriko AOTANI, Naoki SUGINO, Simon FRASER, Yuya KOGA and Kojiro SHOJIMA
AN INVESTIGATION INTO HOW LEARNING STRATEGIES AFFECT THE MENTAL
LEXICON OF L2 LEARNERS   
8

Atsushi ASAI
AN APPEARANCE OF MENTAL LEXICON AND PHONOLOGICAL PROPERTIES IN CONCATENATION-INDUCED OBSTRUENT VOICING

 

14

Keith BARRS                                                                  
THE TYPOLOGY OF ENGLISH IN JAPANESE SOCIETY:  LEARNING FROM THE
LINGUISTIC LANDSCAPE                         

 

 21

S. Kumar BHATT
THE PROS AND CONS OF TEACHING HINDI AND URDU AS HINDI-URDU                    

30

Ka Long Roy CHAN
HONG KONG ENGLISH: WILL THE ENGLISH TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES AND THEIR
PERCEPTIONS ON SEGMENTAL FEATURES OF HKE AFFECT THEIR TEACHING
PRACTICES?

42

Nuttakritta CHOTIPAKTANASOOK
USING SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE EFL CLASSROOM FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF
LOW AFFECTIVE FILTER AND WILLINGNESS TO COMMUNICATE

56

Motoko Iseki CHRISTENSEN
BEHIND THE SCENE OF SOCIAL NETWORK SITE AS A LEARNING TOOL

65

Tony CRIPPS
“WE ARE MOBILE MAGICIANS BUT DIGITAL REFUGEES”: HELPING PROSPECTIVE
ENGLISH TEACHERS EXPLORE TECHNOLOGY AND UBIQUITOUS LEARNING

79

Peter FRIEDLANDER
TEACHING HINDI WITH COMICS

101

Craig JACOBSEN
THE OTHER HALF: MOTIVATIONS FOR STUDYING ENGLISH AMONG BIRACIAL
COLLEGE STUDENTS IN OKINAWA

118

Jingxiu WANG and Jianguo TIAN
FLIPPING THE COLLEGE ENGLISH TEST 6 (cet6) WRITING CLASS IN THE ERA
OF BIG DATA

138

Jirayu KONGSUEBCHART and Suksan SUPPASETSEREE
A WEBLOG-BASED ELECTRONIC PORTFOLIO TO IMPROVE ENGLISH WRITING
SKILLS OF THAI EFL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

148

Bozheng LIAO
LANGUAGE-RELATED EPISODES IN LEARNER- NATIVE SPEAKER COLLABORATION
WRITING INTERACTION ON GOOGLE DOC

159

Masanori MATSUMOTO
JAPANESE EFL STUDENTS’ VIEWS ON NATIVE & NON-NATIVE TEACHERS OF
ENGLISH AS A FACTOR AFFECTING THEIR MOTIVATION

182

Lee MCCALLUM
DEMYSTIFYING LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT

198

Gregory MINEHANE
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS EVALUATING ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS in JAPAN:
IS OBJECTIVITY LOST IN TRANSLATION?

205

Jo MYNARD and David MCLOUGHLIN
SUSTAINING MOTIVATION: SELF-DIRECTED
LEARNERS’ STORIES

216

Seiko OGURI, David Patrick ALLEN and Tetsuo KATO
PRACTICE IN PRACTICE, NOT IN THEORY: HOW BLENDED LEARNING SUPPORTS
INTAKE IN EFL CLASSES

229

Ran QIN and Danli LI
TEACHERS’ FEEDBACK ON STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN A SECONDARY EFL
CLASSROOM: A CASE STUDY

242

Channy ROTH and Suksan SUPPASETSEREE
THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM: CAN IT ENHANCE ENGLISH LISTENING COMPREHENSION
TO PRE- UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN CAMBODIA?

255

Takeshi SATO and Tyler BURDEN
THE IMPACT OF COGNITIVE STYLES IN COMPUTER MEDIATED LANGUAGE LEARNING:
IS TECHNOLOGICALLY ENHANCED COURSEWARE EFFECTIVE FOR EVERY LEARNER?

265

Ronnie H. SHROFF, Christopher J. KEYES and Lian-Hee WEE
GAMIFIED PEDAGOGY: EXAMINING HOW A PHONETICS APP COUPLED WITH EFFECTIVE
PEDAGOGY CAN SUPPORT LEARNING

273

Sandhya SINGH
VARIATIONS BETWEEN WRITTEN AND SPOKEN HINDI

290

Phiphawin Suphawat SRIKRAI, Lin DENG, Saiyachit LAKAISONE and Seepho SIRINTHORN
ENGLISH LANGUAGE DIFFICULTIES OF NON- NATIVE ENGLISH POSTGRADUATE
STUDENTS IN THE ACADEMIC CONTEXT AT A THAI UNIVERSITY

301

Akiko SUGIYAMA, Atsuko SAJIKI and Hitoshi HORIUCHI
IMPACT OF THE ACTION RESEARCH EXPERIENCE ON NOVICE LANGUAGE TEACHERS

316

Wataru TAKAHASHI and Tae UMINO
OUT-OF-CLASS EXTENSIVE READING IN JAPANESE AS A SECOND LANGUAGE: ENHANCING LEARNER AUTONOMY BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

330

Wassamill WATCHARAKAWEESILP
FOSTERING THE L3 COMPETENCE THROUGH THE PREVIOUSLY ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE OF L2: A PILOT STUDY OF GERMAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN THE THAI CONTEXT

346

Linglan XIAO
INVESTIGATING TRANSFERABILITY OF INTERACTIONAL COMPETENCE: A CASE STUDY OF EFL STUDENTS AT A CHINESE UNIVERSITY

389
Di YANG and Nattaya PUAKPONG
EFFECTS OF PROJECT-BASED LEARNING ON SPEAKING ABILITIES OF NON-ENGLISH MAJOR CHINESE STUDENTS
410

Muzzammil YASSIN
BLENDED LEARNING FOR TEACHING ARABIC IN SINGAPORE-LISTIMAA3.COM AS AN
EXAMPLE

428

Yingwen SHEN and Jian WANG
A STUDY OF APPRECIATION RESOURCES IN TEACHER FEEDBACK IN THE CHINESE
COLLEGE EFL CONTEXT

443



Publication Data

 

Chan, K. G. D., Chan, W. M., Chi, S. W., Chin, K. N., Klayklueng, S., Nagami, M., Salawdeh, K. O. O., Sew, J. W., Suthiwan, T., Walker, I. (Comps.) (2016). Learning in and beyond the Classroom: Ubiquity in Foreign Language Learning. Singapore: NUS Centre for Language Studies.

 

ISBN: 978-981-11-1891-3

 


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