Innovation in Language Learning

Edition 15

Accepted Abstracts

Blended Learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Flipped Classroom in Teaching EFL to Adult Learners

Raúl Ruiz-Cecilia

University of Granada (Spain)


Lenka Birová

University of Granada (Spain)

Technology in French Language Education

Irina Armianu

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (United States)

The Methodological Sudden Shift Brought About by COVID-19 in the Teaching & Learning of Italian LS in Malta: Perceptions, Reactions & Way Forward

Fiorella Marie Sadowski

Freelance (Malta)

Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Teaching Social Justice in Chinese and Italian Language Classrooms through Transformative Language Learning and Teaching (TLLT)

Hong Li

Emory University (United States)


Christine M. Ristaino

Emory University (United States)

Curriculum Development
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Eyes on the Globe: Focusing on Themes Related to the Global Migration of Immigrants and Refugees in a New York City English Language Classroom

David Rothman

Queensborough College: City University of New York (CUNY) (United States)

From Key Competence-Based Language Curricula towards Meaningful Assessment: A Case of Washback in the Romanian Lower Secondary Education

Ligia Sarivan

National Center for Policies and Evaluation in Education (Romania)


Cornelia Novak

National Center for Policy and Evaluation in Education (Romania)


Angelica Mihailescu

National Center for Policy and Evaluation in Education (Romania)

Getting Students of French Ready for Their Future Career

Frédérique Grim

Colorado State University (United States)

Parents perception in child readiness for school in pre- primary education in south Africa urban area

Abiodun Kamilu Olaboye

Victoria coaching and training academy (South Africa)


Zodiq Noah Salawu

University of Johannesburg (South Africa)

Redesigning the Business and Economics curriculum: The Role of Business English Communication

Nikola Dimeski

Faculty of Economics – Prilep (Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of)

The role of the correct use of scientific language and scientific researches in improving the English language in universities. The relationship between English learning and research writing

Shkelqim Hajrulla

Computer Engineering Department, Epoka University, Tirana, Albania (Albania)


Arban Uka

Epoka University, Albania (Albania)


Loubna Ali

Tartous University, Syria (Syrian Arab Republic)

E-Learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Digital Toolbox for an EFL Teacher - Teaching Inclusively.

Aleksandra Maryniak

Opole University, Poland (Poland)


Alicja Wujec-Kaczmarek Wujec-Kaczmarek

MCWE Opole (Poland)

Integrating Technology in Teaching and Learning English to Increase Student Engagement

Florentina Halimi

Gulf University for Science and Technology (Kuwait)

Kazakhstan’s Practices of Using Digital Tools in Teaching English Online

Diana Akizhanova

L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University (Kazakhstan)


Madina Tussupbekova

L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University (Kazakhstan)


Lyazat Meirambekova

L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University (Kazakhstan)

Teaching Linguistic Landscape to Future English Teachers Supported by the Moodle Application

Petra Jesenská

Matej Bel University (Slovakia)

The assessment of higher-order thinking in online EFL course

Evelina Johansson

University of Gothenburg (Sweden)

The Effects of Collaborative Note-taking Behaviors and Quality on post-Graduate EFL Learners Performance Over Time

Jamie Costley

Kongju National University (Korea, Republic of)


Matthew Courtney

Graduate School of Education, Nazarbayev University (Kazakhstan)


Mik Fanguy

School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) (Korea, Republic of)

The Emerging Post Pandemic New Species of ELT Online Teachers

George Kokolas

Universal Learning Systems/Ask Phoenix (Greece)

XR Enhanced Learning: an A1 Level Gamified MOOC for Italian Learning

Daniele Zolezzi

University of Genoa - DLCM (Italy)


Saverio Iacono

University of Genoa - DIBRIS (Italy)


Micaela Rossi

University of Genoa - DLCM (Italy)


Gianni Viardo Vercelli

University of Genoa - DIBRIS (Italy)

Engagement in Language Learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Facing the Challenges of Language Teaching and Learning in the New Normal.

Mario Pace

University of Malta (Malta)

Re-Engaging the Disengaged Language Learner

Donna Chambers

Penn State Berks (United States)


Belén Rodríguez Mourelo

Penn State Berks (United States)

Redefining the Students’ Contact with Literature via Creative Writing and Reading

Afroditi Athanasopoulou

University of Cyprus (Cyprus)


Marili Douzina

General Lyceum of Psychico (Greece)

Social Learning Space: Redefining Academia within a University Setting

Ellie Law

Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong)


John Della Pietra

Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong)


Paul Pan

Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong)

Student’s Engagement and Writing Production in Project-Based Language Learning: The Potential of Using Learner-Generated Content

Ferran Suñer

Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium)


Christine Fredriksson

Department of Languages and Literatures, Gothenburg University (Sweden)


Marjan Asgari

Free University of Bozen (Italy)

The Impact of Mediation and the Action Oriented Approach on Language Learners’ Autonomy

GiacomO Folinazzo

University of Toronto and Niagara College (Canada)

The Interpretation of Ellipsis and Reduced Utterances in the Development of Speaking Skills of Iraqi EFL College Students - An Experimental Study

Bushra Saadoon Mohammed Alnoori

Al Mansour University College (Iraq)

Formative Assessment
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Innovation in Teaching, Learning and Assessment in the 4IR era: The Case Study of the South African Marking App – The Marking App

Kabelo Mahlobogwane

Thuli Madonsela Foundation (South Africa)

Integrating Chinese Medicine Thinking with Diagnostic Analysis

Hanwei Tan

Defence Language Institute Foreign Language Centre (United States)

Teachers’ Attitude toward Bloom’s Taxonomy Model in Designing Formative Assessment in EFL Classroom, Saudi Arabia

Ahmed Altayeb Alhaj

Jazan University (Saudi Arabia)

Teachers’ Attitude toward Bloom’s Taxonomy Model in Designing Formative Assessment in EFL Classroom, Saudi Arabia

Dr. Norah Banafi

King Khaild University (Saudi Arabia)


Ahmed Altayeb Alhaj

Jazan University (Saudi Arabia)

ICT for Language Learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
A Road Map for Language Teachers on How to Extract Accurate Data for Research from Inside a Quest 2 Virtual Reality Environment: The Case of the Social VR Application AltspaceVR

Dimitrios Boglou

Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

Artificial Intelligence for Language Learning

Letizia Cinganotto

University for Foreigners of Perugia (Italy)

Computational Modeling OF Morphology in Albanian Language: the Case of Verbs

Adelina Çerpja

Institute of Linguistic and Literature, Academy of Albanian Studies (Albania)


Anila Çepani

Faculty of History and Philology, University of Tirana (Albania)

Development and Implementation of Soft Skills in English Lessons During Online Teaching

Alena Štulajterová

Matej Bel University, Banská Bystrica (Slovakia)


Eva Homolová

Matej Bel University (Slovakia)

Do use Google Translate! Machine translation as a tool for language learning

Barbara Bakker

Dalarna University (Sweden)

Enhancing the ESP lesson with IMMERSE: a pedagogical example of a metaverse language learning platform

Maria Christoforou

Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

Hybrid Language Teaching: Another New Paradigm?

Nebojša Radić

University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)

Korean EFL Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions on Technology Use

EJ Park

Sunchon National University (Korea, Republic of)

Paving the Way for English Language Teaching and Learning through the Integration of ICT

Diane Boothe

Boise State University (United States)

Student- Oriented-Learning Strategy for Learning Chinese Numerical Proverbs Based on Natural Language Processing Online Database

He Zongjin

Universiti Putra Malaysia (China)


Wong Ling Yann

University of Putra Malaysia (Malaysia)


Adi Yasran Abdul Aziz

Department of Malay Language Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication University of Putra Malaysia 43400 UPM Serdang Selangor (Malaysia)

Supporting Italian Language Learning through Digital Tools: the 5 Most Common Difficulties of Greek Cypriot Dialect Speakers and Ways of Enhancing Learning through Technology

Eftychia Xerou

Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

Teachers’ Attitude Toward On-line Courses During the Pandemic: A Multinational Study

Nahid Zarei

IslamicAzad University - Maragheh Branch (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

The Impact of Online Cooperative Learning (CI) on Learners’ Autonomous learning, Saudi Arabia

Ahmed Altayeb Alhaj

Jazan University (Saudi Arabia)

University Students’ Perceptions of Online Instructional Modalities in EFL Courses and Online Classes in General

Andreja Kovačić

University of Zagreb (Croatia)


Goran Bubaš

University of Zagreb (Croatia)

Language and Society
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Greek as a Second/Foreign Language for Children with a Refugee and/or Migrant Background: Language Policy under the Microscope

Konstantinos Chatzidimou

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)


Foteini Kalogerogianni

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)

Teaching and Learning Russian as a Foreign Language in the Estonian Military Academy. Nowadays

Anna Rubtsova

The Estonian Military Academy (Estonia)

Teaching Foreign Languages in a Disadvantaged Music-Friendly Learning Context. Multimodal Insights from Bataan.

George Cremona

University of Malta (Malta)

Teaching in a Multi-Level Classroom: Challenges or Benefits of Online Learning?

Natalia Batova

Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (Australia)

Language for Specific Purposes
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Aeronautical Engineering Students’ Perceptions of ESP as Preparation for EMI in Higher Education

Dietmar Tatzl

FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Austria)

Bridging the Gaps Between the Scarcity of ESP Materials, the Lack of Training for ESP Teaching and the Need for ESP Materials for Learnerd with Different Subject and Skill Focuses

Irene Rahmaniar

University of Warwick (United Kingdom)

Enhancing Students’ Learning Motivation in ESP Course Instruction Naira Poghosyan Brusov State University Yerevan, Republic of Armenia [email protected]

Naira Poghosyan

Brusov State University (Armenia)

How the COI Framework Explains the Online Discussion Patterns in an EFL writing course in South Korea

Ashleigh Southam

Deakin University (Australia)


Han Zhang

National Research University Higher School of Economics (Russian Federation)


Ruoqi Cao

School of Digital Humanities and Computational Social Sciences (Korea, Republic of)


Mik Fanguy

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) (Korea, Republic of)


Jamie Costley

Kongju National University (Korea, Republic of)

Linguistic Features that Differ Academic and Entertainment Written Texts in Chinese: A Multidimensional Analysis Approach

Yu Zhu

Xiamen University (China)


Qin Xu

Osaka University (Japan)

Local Aspects of Internationalization of Higher Education

Ľudmila Hurajová

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Materials Science and Technology in Trnava (Slovakia)


Jana Luprichová

The Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (Slovakia)


Gabriela Chmelikova

Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Technology, palinska 16, 91724 Trnava (Slovakia)

Modification of the Illocutionary Force by Information Technology Students in In-Class Debates

Eva Ellederová

Department of Foreign LanguagesnFaculty of Electrical Engineering and CommunicationnBrno University of Technology (Czech Republic)

Student Feedback Towards Implemented Language Learning System of Professional Higher Education Institutions in Estonia

Elen Laanemaa

Estonian Academy of Security Sciences (Estonia)


Aida Hatšaturjan

Estonian Academy of Security Sciences (Estonia)


Triin Kibar

Estonian Academy of Security Sciences (Estonia)

Teaching Romanian for Specific Purposes in a Gamified Environment

Răzvan Săftoiu

Transilvania University of Brașov (Romania)


Andreea Nechifor

Transilvania University of Brașov (Romania)


Georgiana Burbea

Transilvania University of Brașov (Romania)


Ionuț Căpeneață

Transilvania University of Brașov (Romania)

Language Teaching Strategies
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Connecting the Body and the Language: On the Impact of Embodied Teaching Practices on Grammar Learning.

Ferran Suñer

Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium)


Jörg Roche

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (Germany)


Liesbeth Van Vossel

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium)

Dialogic Reading in Infancy and Early Childhood Education: Setting the Stage for a Preliminary Analysis of Educational Materials in Specific EFL Contexts

Linda Vacondio

University of Bologna (Italy)


Licia Masoni

University of Bologna (Italy)

EFL Teachers’ Perceptions and Practice of Reading Strategy - Instruction in Secondary Schools in China

Leijun Zhang

University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)

European Funding Opportunities in the Field of Language Education

Elisabetta Delle Donne

Pixel (Italy)

GIRO – Towards a gamified approach to teaching Romanian as a foreign language

Andreea Nechifor

Transilvania University of Brașov (Romania)


Răzvan Săftoiu

Transilvania University of Brașov (Romania)


Georgiana Burbea

Transilvania University of Brașov (Romania)


Ionuț Căpeneață

Transilvania University of Brașov (Romania)

High school French Learners’ Views on the Didactic Use of Films

Estefanía Sánchez Auñón

University of Murcia, Spain (Spain)


Imad Boussif

University of Murcia, Spain (Spain)

Innovation in Language and Social Communication Mechanisms

Sadiq Hassan Kadhim

Imam Al-Kadhim College (Iraq)

Overcoming L1 transfer in teaching suprasegmentals: Melody and accentuation mistakes in an EFL classroom.

Alexey A. Tymbay

Technical University in Liberec (Czech Republic)

Teaching English Listening through the Authentic Material in Class

Susanna Asatryan

Brusov State University (Armenia)

Too Much Tech? Teaching English in a New Educational Environment

Richard Chapman

Università degli studi di Ferrara (Italy)

Media and Language Learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Potential risks of bringing authentic materials to an ESP classroom or media manipulative techniques students should be aware of.

Alexey Tymbay

Technical University in Liberec (Czech Republic)

Primary Education
Title of Abstract Name Institution
The Storias Project: Developing Young Children's Literacy and Language Skills

Stefan Colibaba

Al. I. Cuza University (Romania)


Irina Gheorghiu

Albert Ludwigs Freiburg University (Germany)


Adrian Dinu

Al.I.Cuza University Iasi (Romania)


Carmen Antonita

Scoala Primara Euroed (Romania)


Cintia Colibaba

University of Life Sciences Iasi (Romania)

Project-Based Learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
A Project-Based Experience in a Spanish Undergraduate Course

Carmen Hoyos

Wayne State University (United States)

Let’s celebrate diversity! An opportunity to foster cultural awareness and plurilingualism.

Elena Martí Alonso

American School of Valencia (Spain)

Special Education
Title of Abstract Name Institution
The Extent To Which Popular EAL/EFL Curricula Meet the Needs of Young Learners with Confirmed or Unconfirmed ADHD

Sarah Wale

University of Warwick (United Kingdom)

Studies on Language Learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Am I Aware of My Level In English? — Comparing Students’ Perception of Cefr Levels And Diagnostic Test Results

Ana Albuquerque

Universidade Católica Portuguesa (Portugal)

Arab ESL Phonological Acquisition and the Role of Orthography

Eman AlJuhani

Yanbu University College (Saudi Arabia)

Errors, (legitimate) Deviations from the Standard, or What? An Analysis of Errors in Essays Written in English by Italian University Students

Paola-Maria Caleffi

University of Bologna (Italy)

Multi-dimensional Analysis of Linguistic Features in Chinese Writing of Japanese students and Native Chinese Speakers

Qin Xu

Osaka University (Japan)

Progressive Scaffolding of Linguistic and Visual Input in FL Picturebook-based Performances with Infants and Young Learners.

Licia Masoni

University of Bologna (Italy)

Rhythmical Patterns of Joe Biden’s Political Speeches: An Analytic Study

Rasim Tayyeh Gahgoh Owaidi

Imam Al-Kadhum College (Iraq)

The Role of Self-Efficacy in Learner-Centred Foreign Language Instruction

Ying Amatya

Defence Language Institute (United States)

Teacher Professional Development
Title of Abstract Name Institution
“Covid 19 Lessons” a Missing Topic from European Projects Applications Elements

Nikolin Catalina

APEB (Romania)

An Application and Re-Evaluation of Borg’s Self-Assessment Tool for English Language Teachers (2018) in the Iranian EFL Context

Roya Khoii

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


Saeedeh Sargolzehi

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

Empirical, Innovation and Attitude in Developing Composition Writing

Rina Sondhi

British School of Orvieto (Italy)

Integrating (Digital) Cultural Heritage into Secondary School Education

Anna Slatinská

Department of English and American Studies, Faculty of Arts, Matej Bel University (Slovakia)

Participation and Engagement in Language Learning. Implications for Teaching

Luisa Panichi

University of Pisa (Italy)

The Ecology of Wellbeing in Queer Foreign Language Teacher Trainers

Juan Ramón Guijarro Ojeda

University of Granada (Spain)


Raúl Ruiz-Cecilia

University of Granada (Spain)

The Role of IMID (Idaho Museum of International Diaspora) in Fostering Global Skills, Emotional and Cultural Intelligence of Trainee Teachers at Department of English and American Studies in Banská By

Anna Slatinská

Department of English and American Studies, Faculty of Arts, Matej Bel University (Slovakia)


Palina Louangketh

Idaho Museum of International Diaspora (IMID) (United States)

V:InD:O:W Inclusion from an International Perspective

M. Elena Gómez Parra

University of Córdoba (Spain)


Joanna Pfingsthorn

University of Bremen (Germany)


Julia Weltgen

University of Bremen (Germany)

Translation
Title of Abstract Name Institution
The Role of Machine Translation in Language Studies and Beyond: Evaluation and Future Directions

Iglika Nikolova-Stoupak

Staffordshire University (Bulgaria)

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