ICT for Language Learning

Edition 10

Accepted Abstracts

CLIL, Content and Language Integrated Learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Circular Functions: Unravelling the Mystery of Music

Ninfa Radicella

ITI ‘Enrico Medi’ – San Giorgio a Cremano (NA) (Italy)

Exploring Postgraduate Students' Perspectives on First-Year English-Medium Instruction in Aeronautical Engineering

Dietmar Tatzl

FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Austria)

Learning Technologies for CLIL in the Italian Schools

Letizia Cinganotto

INDIRE (Italy)

Online Pathways on CLIL for Teacher Professional Development

Letizia Cinganotto

INDIRE (Italy)

Daniela Cuccurullo

ITI Giordani Striano (Italy)

Redesigning computer-supported collaborative learning environment using grammar animations in virtual classes: The matter of effective instructional scaffolding

Clément Compaoré

University of Munich (Burkina Faso)

Teaching Italian with Mozart’s Don Giovanni

Nebojša Radić

University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)

The benefits of CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) to Higher Education

Elena Gómez Parra

University of Córdoba (Spain)

E-learning solutions for language teaching and learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
A Web Tool For Easily Generating Official Language Exam Tests: Towards Creating An Online Community For Resource Sharing

Aris Magripis

University of Patras, Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics (Greece)

Maria Rigou

University of Patras, Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics (Greece)

An Investigation of Discourse of Digital Game Forum and Their Potential for Language Learning

Aylar Fallah Vazirabad

University of Tabriz (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

Blended Learning in ESL at Universidad Veracruzana

Ana Guadalupe Torres Hernández

Universidad Veracruzana (Mexico)

Jaqueline Herrera Villa

Universidad Veracruzana (Mexico)

Collaboration Skills Development In A Foreign Language Lesson By Means Of Web Applications

Iryna Piniuta

Baranovichi State University (Belarus)

Computer Attitudes and Achievement in English among Moroccan University Students

Azize El Ghouati

Ibn Tofail University (Morocco)

Digital Literacy In Higher Education: Obstacles And Recommendations

Meriem Ouahidi

Faculty of Arts and Humanities / Sultan Moulay Slimane University (Morocco)

Fouzia Lamkhanter

Faculty of Arts and Humanities/ Hassan II University (Morocco)

E-Learning As A New Learning And Studying Practice

Veronika Katermina

Kuban State University (Russian Federation)

EPOS – Autonomous Language Learning with e-Portfolio

Jürgen Friedrich

University of Bremen (Germany)

ICT in EFL (English as a Foreign Language) Teaching: Shifting to Informal Learning

Maria Liashenko

Minin University (Russian Federation)

Let’s Gamificate Teaching! Interactive Educational Games in EFL/ESL Classes

Müfit Şenel

OMU (Turkey)

Online Teaching Presence for Language Learning: Strengthening a Community of Inquiry

Diane Boothe

Boise State University (United States)

Roxifyonline.com: an Automated Essay Feedback System

Roxanne Miller

University of Jyväskylä/City university of Hong Kong (Finland)

George Miller

roxifyonline.com (Hong Kong)

Sense Ranking in Dual-Language Online Dictionaries

Mark Kit

University of Washington (United States)

Elena Berg

Ural State Law University (Russian Federation)

Testing Goes Mobile – Web 2.0 Formative Assessment Tools

Beata Bury

Philological School of Higher Education (Poland)

The Content of The “ELT Methodology for Nursery and Elementary School Learners” Course on the Moodle Platform

Susanna Asatryan

Yerevan Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences (Armenia)

Naira Poghosyan

National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia, Chair of Languages (Armenia)

The use of the Common European Framework of Reference as Flexible Tool in a Blended Learning Setting

Wim de Boer

Bloomwise (The Netherlands)

When to Pull back the Curtain: Approaches to Inductive and Deductive Language Instruction in an e-Learning Setting

Benjamin Keller

Rosetta Stone, Arlington, Virginia (United States)

ICT based language teaching and learning approaches
Title of Abstract Name Institution
A Comparative Study of the Factors affecting Turkish ELT and FLT Students' Motivation

Davut Divarcıoğlu

Gazi University (Turkey)

A Cultural Approach to Online Language Learning: the Spanish NOOC Project at Nottingham

Cecilia Goria

University of Nottingham (United Kingdom)

Rocio Martinez Espada

University of Nottingham (United Kingdom)

A Taxonomy of Telecollaboration Styles

Maria De Panbehchi

Virginia Commonwealth University (United States)

Adelia Peña

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Mexico)

An Investigation of Japanese EFL Learners’ actual Practice with ICT beyond the Language Classrooms

Somayeh Fathali

Tohoku University (Japan)

Are the So Called “Digital Natives” Digitally Literate?

Farida Mokhtari

Moulay Slimane University, Beni Mellal. (Morocco)

Attitudes of Foreign Language Learners Towards Using Virtual Reality in English Learning

Görkem Bektaş

Gazi University (Turkey)

Blended Learning: from Theory to Teaching Practices. A Case Study of Using Facebook to Support Blended Language Learning

Van Toan Nguyen

Hanoi National University of Education (Viet Nam)

Jean-Luc Bergey

Université Michel Montaigne (France)

Blogging in Education: Primary and Secondary Educators-Administrators’ Views

Evanthia Mitintzi

Aristotle University Thessaloniki (Greece)

Business French at Artevelde University College: Adding more "Classtime Value" during Contact Hours through Blended Learning and Flipping the Classroom

Aurélie Welcomme

Artevelde University College (Belgium)

Complex ICT Support in Language Learning Course

Ksenia Bolotina

Peoples\' Friendship University of Russia (Russian Federation)

Anastasia Borzenkova

Peoples\' Friendship University of Russia (Russian Federation)

Developing Communicative Skills among Foreign Language Students of Higher Education through the Implementation of Modern Technologies IN the Teaching of English Collocations

Małgorzata Anna Łuszcz

Philological School of Higher Education in Wroclaw (Poland)

eCLIL Approach

Emanuela Leto

I C Laura Lanza Baronessa di Carini (Italy)

Effectiveness of Using Films in Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition

Mohammad Alolayan

University of Limerick (Ireland)

EFL Teachers’ Perceptions On The Use Of ICT In The Tinghir Province (Morocco)

M. Victoria Domínguez-Rodríguez

Instituto Universitario de Análisis y Aplicaciones Textuales (IATEXT) Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain)

M. del Carmen Mato-Carrodeaguasb

Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain)

Souad Zakki

Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain)

Employing ICT to promote Collaborative Learning and Creativity

Marwen Jemili

Wall Street English Saudi Arabia (Saudi Arabia)

Sultan Alanazi

Ibn Al Beitar High School (Saudi Arabia)

English through ICT: Developing 21st Century Skills

Zahid Hussain Md Jakir Masum

Asian University for Women (Bangladesh)

Facilitating the Paradigm Shift: Encouraging Student Engagement through ICT

Robert Craig

Petroleum Institute (United Arab Emirates)

Asli Hassan

Petroleum Institute (United Arab Emirates)

From Good to Powerful: Using Technology to Provide Effective Feedback on Academic Writing

Paola Trejo

Zayed University (United Arab Emirates)

ICT Based Language Teaching and Learning Approaches

Sonik Namdeo

Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar (M. P.) (India)

ICT Competence in Second Language Acquisition

Larisa Ilinska

Riga Technical University (Latvia)

Oksana Ivanova

Riga Technical University, Institute of Applied Linguistics (Latvia)

ICT in Art Education: The Case of French as a Foreign Language

Christopher Umenyi

Imo State University, Owerri (Nigeria)

Ebiringa Comfort

Imo State University, Owerri (Nigeria)

George Ekwulonu

Federal College of Education Owerri (Nigeria)

Integration of Blackboard in the Teaching and Learning Process

Ethel Reyes-Chua

Jubail University College-Female Branch (Saudi Arabia)

Interweaving Digital and Linguistic Skills in Task Designs

Marvin Wacnag Lidawan

Royal Commission of Jubail’s English Language Institute-JTI Campus (Saudi Arabia)

Abdullah Kademi

Royal Commission of Jubail’s English Language Institute- JTI Campus (Saudi Arabia)

Investigating CALL Teachers’ Contextualized Views of their Evolving Roles

Mohsen Hedayati

University of Tasmania (Australia)

Bronwyn Reynolds

University of Tasmania (Australia)

Andy Bown

University of Tasmania (Australia)

Kahoot!: Blending Apps and Web 2.0 to Increase Students’ Motivation and Improve their Communication Competences

Ionuț Căpeneață

Transilvania University (Romania)

Levitation of Language Studies Using Appiahene Gamification Model

Peter Appiahene

University of Energy and Natural Resources (Ghana)

Bryce Kesse Yaw

Berekum College of Education (Ghana)

Martin Sillaots

Tallinn University School of Technologies (Estonia)

LEXIN – Dictionaries for Minority Language Immigrants

Tove Bjørneset

Uni Research, The Language and Language Technology Group (Norway)

No Textbook is Perfect: Enhancing the Authenticity and Relevance of ESP Courses

Magdalena Sedrlova

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Brno University of Technology (Czech Republic)

Quizlet & Dropbox: An Easy e-Setting for Busy Teachers

Tien Bui Duc

Ho Chi Minh City University of Education (Viet Nam)

Reflection on Writing English Paragraphs by Using Blended Learning via Edmodo

Singgih Widodo Limantoro

Politeknik Ubaya, Surabaya (Indonesia)

Speech Recognition Technique in Oral English Learning for Mobile Devices

Xia Liu

Harbin University of Science and Technology (China)

The Game of Learn

Edson David Rodríguez Uribe

Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Universidad El Bosque (Colombia)

The Instagram Identity Project: Improving Paragraph Writing through Social Media

Sarah Hopkyns

Zayed University (United Arab Emirates)

The Success and Challenges of ICT Utilisation for Language Learning in Armenia

Armine Vahanyan

Armenian State Pedagogical University after Kh. Abovyan (Armenia)

The use of ICT in Project-based teaching in Higher Education

Panayiota Hadjiconstantinou

Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

The Use of Minecraft in a Collaborative Language Learning eTwinning Project

Marilina Lonigro

Scuola Secondaria di 1° grado Bovio-Palumbo, Trani (BT), Italy (Italy)

Miguela Fernandes

Agrupamento de Escolas de Bathala, Bathala (Portugal)

Transliteracy as an Essential Skill in an English-Language Classroom

Evgeniia Zimina

Kostroma State University (Russian Federation)

Using Multimodal Texts and Video Editing Software in Educational Contexts to Train Audiovisual Mediators

Pietro Luigi Iaia

University of Salento (Italy)

Using Social Network Content for Teaching Ethical Aspects of Translation and Interpreting

Maria Stepanova

Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (Russian Federation)

Natalia Nechaeva

Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (Russian Federation)

Svetlana Svetova

T-Service (Russian Federation)

What Does The Net Generation Think About ICT And Information Literacy In A Language Learning Context In Higher Education?

Eva Seidl

University of Graz (Austria)

Language learning for specific purpose
Title of Abstract Name Institution
An Integrated Approach to Teaching Pronunciation and Terminology for Chemical English Students

Natalya Ivanova

Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology (Russian Federation)

Kseniia Vryganova

Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology (Russian Federation)

Nadezhda Merkulova

Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology (Russian Federation)

Gaining Multiliteracy: Multimodal Approach to Foreign LSP Training

Zane Senko

Riga Technical University, Faculty of E-Learning Technologies and Humanities (Latvia)

Language Needs Analysis as the First Step in Designing an Lsp Test for Police Officers

Agnieszka M. Sendur

Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University (Krakowska Akademia im. Andrzeja Frycza Modrzewskiego) (Poland)

On Specific Expertise in ESP Teaching: “can-do” and “should-do” Framework

Olga Medvedeva

Institute of Foreign Languages, Vilnius University (Lithuania)

Larisa Uralova

Moscow State Linguistic University (Russian Federation)

Rendering ESP Teaching more Effective

Mohammed Ali Talha

University Center of Ain Temouchent (Algeria)

Teaching and Assessing Students’ Language Skills in Developing Professionally Oriented Communicative Competence in Foreign Languages

Elena Kitaeva

St. Petersburg State University (Russian Federation)

Olga Senichkina

St. Petersburg State University (Russian Federation)

The Problem of Identifying Socio-cultural Difficulties in the Course of Teaching ESP Reading

Karine Chiknaverova

MGIMO-University English Language Department #7 Moscow (Russian Federation)

Language learning to support international Mobility
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Language and Cultural Experiences through the Medlang Project

Anca Colibaba

GR.T.Popa University / EuroED Foundation (Romania)

Irina Gheorghiu

Albert Ludwigs Freiburg University of Germany (Germany)

Stefan Colibaba

Al.I. Cuza University (Romania)

Ovidiu Ursa

Iuliu Haţieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj (Romania)

Rodica Gardikiotis

Gr. T. Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Iasi (Romania)

Cintia Colibaba

Ion Ionescu de la Brad University of Agricultural Sciences Iasi (Romania)

Ovidiu Petriș

Universitatea Gr.T.Popa Iasi (Romania)

Presentation of the Erasmus+ Project "Vocational Guidance in CLIL"

Marianna Memè

Associazione Culturale ASTERES (Italy)

When a Future Landscape Architect and a Student of Logistics Meet in their Online Classes in the Educational Cloud – from Transversal Skills to Specific Language Abilities

Elzbieta Gajewska

Pedagogical University of Cracow (Poland)

Language teacher training
Title of Abstract Name Institution
An Evaluation of the Institution of the Greek Pedagogical Institute: Viewpoints of its Former Presidents

Drosia Goupou

PhD (Greece)

Benefits and Challenges of English Medium Instruction (EMI): Using Online Teacher Development to Enhance Learning Outcomes in International Education

Michael Carrier

Highdale Consulting (United Kingdom)

Digital Technologies as Catalysts for Reflective Language Teacher Education

Constanza Tolosa

University of Auckland (New Zealand)

ELTpedia: A Learning Community for the Development of Digital Literacy in EFL Teacher Education

Raul Enrique Garcia-Lopez

Universidad Industrial de Santander (Colombia)

Carolina Isabel Montes Perea

Universidad Industrial de Santander (Colombia)

Enhancing Language-Learning through Neurolanguage Coaching

Rachel Marie Paling

Efficient Language Coaching (United Kingdom)

Exploring the Vocabulary Learning Strategies of Prospective English Language Teachers

Ilknur Istifci

Anadolu University (Turkey)

How would you Design your own TEYL Course if you had the Opportunity?

Müge Kanatlar

Anadolu University (Turkey)

Law School Students’ Skill Development in the Context of Multimedia Presentations

Natalia Yushkova

The Urals State Law University (Russian Federation)

Main Components of Blended Mentoring Programmes for English Language Instructors to Teach Online: a Content Analysis

Seda Kizildag

Mugla Sitki Kocman University (Turkey)

Muge Adnan

Mugla Sitki Kocman University (Turkey)

Paper Dictionaries Vs. Electronic Dictionaries In German Language Teaching: An Investigation In Greek Primary And Secondary Education

Konstantinos Chatzidimou

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)

Charis-Olga Papadopoulou

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)

Reflections of Student Teachers on Their Experiences

Zuhal Kıylık

Anadolu University (Turkey)

Roxifyonline.com: An Independent Learning Linked Automated Essay Feedback system

Roxanne Miller

University of Jyväskylä/City university of Hong Kong (Finland)

George Miller

roxifyonline.com (Hong Kong)

Teachers’ Engagement with New Literacies in Personal and Professional Domain: Taking a Life-long Learning Perspective

Sohel Chowdhury

Faculty of Education, Western University (Canada)

Teachers’identity Formation: An Insight Into Pre-Service Teachers Beliefs

Ángela María Gamboa González

Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios (Colombia)

Catalina de los Ángeles Lalle

Universidad San Buenaventura (Colombia)

Teaching Strategies To Develop Intercultural Communication Skills

Iryna Piniuta

Baranovichi State University (Belarus)

The Teaching of Foreign Languages – How can Teachers Motivate their Learners?

Mario Pace

University of Malta (Malta)

Training of Writing Tutors: Lacks and Needs

Deniz Saydam

Middle East Technical University (Turkey)

Training Students on Note-Taking while Listening to Lectures: Learner Perspectives

Hulya Ipek

Anadolu University (Turkey)

Twitter as a Pedagogy of Possibility in Second Language Teacher Education

Tadhg Joseph Ó Ceallaigh

Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick (Ireland)

Using the Music to Learn Phonetics and the Language

Otmane Mokhtari

University of Ibno Zohr, English Department (Morocco)

Monitoring and evaluation of language teaching and learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
From Need Analysis to Authentic Assessment Development of Writing

M. Zaim

Universitas Negeri Padang (Indonesia)

Dr. Refnaldi

Universitas Negeri Padang (Indonesia)

ICT for Formative Assessment in Language Learning

Alexandra Grebenschikova

Chelyabinsk State University (Russian Federation)

Oksana Suslova

Chelyabinsk State University (Russian Federation)

The Impact of Needs Analysis on EMP Syllabus Design: Exploring Learners' and Teachers' Perspectives

Joanna Niemiec

Language Centre of Jagiellonian University - Collegium Medicum (Poland)

Title of Abstract Name Institution
Epistemological Aspects of Interaction between Languages and Cultures through the Prism of Translation

Irina Bykova

Department of Foreign Languages of the Agrarian Technological Institute; Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (Russian Federation)

Elena Notina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (Russian Federation)

Nebojša Radić

University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)

Intercomprehension And Inter-Cultural Training For Mobility

Kristin Brogan

ITT (Institute of Technology, Tralee) School of Business and Social Studies, Dept. of Humanities (Ireland)

Languages and Cognition in Scientific Communication: Mutual knowledge and Understanding within Translation

Irina Bykova

Department of Foreign Languages of the Agrarian Technological Institute; Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (Russian Federation)

Elena Notina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (Russian Federation)

Quality and innovation in language teaching and learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
BYOPHD: Challenges and Issues

Manal Almarwani

Taibah University (Saudi Arabia)

Challenges of a Changing Profession

Kobra Derakhshan

Islamic Azad University, Department of English Language and Literature, at Central Tehran Branch (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

Critical pedagogy vs Mainstream approaches to ELT: Students’ Perception

Anes E. Mohamed

Kansai Gaidai University (Japan)

Mahtab Mohammadi

Islamic Azad University (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

Design-Based Research of an E-CourseBook for ESP

Eva Ellederová

Department of Foreign Languages Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Brno University of Technology (Czech Republic)

ESL and Computational Thinking

Marilina Lonigro

Scuola Secondaria di 1° grado Bovio-Palumbo, Trani (BT), Italy (Italy)

Evaluation Of Translation: A Study Of Simpson’s Model Of Stylistic Analysis

Ravinder Kumar

Department of English & Foreign Languages Central University of Haryana (India)

Learning To Be Interculturally Competent: New Frontiers For Italian L2 Courses For Students With International Mobility Grants

Laura Tarabusi

New York University Florence / University of Hull (Italy)

Mobile Language Learning and Teaching: A Longitudinal Study of Middle-School Children

Sonia Rocca

Lycée Français de New York (United States)

New Teaching for a new Age: Neuroscience, Education Psychology & Technology in the Modern Classroom

Jason Gold

Kwansei Gakuin University (Japan)

Reimagining the Role of Teacher in Blended Classrooms

Anurima Chatterjee

Centre for Knowledge Societies (India)

Puneet Dhillon

Centre for Knowledge Societies (India)

Teaching Communicative Strategies to ESP Students

Alexey A. Tymbay

MGIMO University, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (Russian Federation)

The Problematic of Teaching and Learning Methods of French in Nigerian Secondary Schools: The Role of ICT

Christopher Umenyi

University Lecturer,nnImo State UniversitynOwerri, Nigeria (Nigeria)

Turning the Threat into an Opportunity: Project Work In the English Multigrade Class

Ligia Sarivan

Institute for Educational Sciences, Bucharest (Romania)

Alina Crina Terinte

Versesti Sanduleni School, Bacau (Romania)

Using Poetry in a Foreign Language Classroom

Julia Titus

Yale University (United States)

Using Video Clips in Language Classrooms

Mustafa Gultekin

Anadolu University (Turkey)

Recognition and validation of language skills
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Are Thai Students Ready for Mobile-Assisted Language Learning?

Phiphawin Suphawat Srikrai

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University (Thailand)

English Language Fluency: a Self-Sufficiency Tool for Refugee Students in Higher Education

Belma Sadikovic

Boise State University (United States)

Making Language Graduates Employable

Kristin Brogan

ITT (Institute of Technology, Tralee) School of Business and Social Studies, Dept. of Humanities (Ireland)

Studies in Second Language Acquisition
Title of Abstract Name Institution
A Study of EFL Graduates’ Meta-discourse Cognition and Construction

Li Xue

Harbin Institute of Technology (China)

Jing-hui Wang

Harbin Institute of Technology (China)

Challenges in Indian Classrooms to teach English as a Second Language

Nilima Roy

English Language Teaching Institute of Symbiosis (India)

Effects of Equal Spacing, Expanding Spacing, and Massed Condition on EFL Learners’ Receptive and Productive Vocabulary Retrieval

Roya Khoii

Islamic Azad University, North Tehran Branch (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

Kobra Fallah

Islamic Azad University, North-Tehran Branch (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

Enhancing Memory in Second language Acquisition Using Brain Based Learning Style

Wafaa Abdel Aziz Metwalli

Misr International University (Egypt)

Exploring Engagement In Informal Second Language Learning Among Secondary School Students In Germany

Henriette L. Arndt

University of Oxford, Department of Education (United Kingdom)

Integrated Training of Translation and Interpreting Skills

Nataliya Belenkova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (Russian Federation)

Russian Online-Courses For 'Advanced' Beginners

Anastasia Korshunova

Kazan (Volga region) federal university (Russian Federation)

Galeev Timur

Kazan (Volga region) federal university (Russian Federation)

The Impact of Generic Features of Task and Proficiency Level on EFL Learners’ Written Task Accuracy

Nahid Zarei

Islamic Azad University, Maragheh Branch (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

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