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CLIL, Content and Language Integrated Learning
Title of Paper Name Institution
Intercultural Education In CLIL PDF

Elisa Pérez Gracia

University of Córdoba (Spain)

Teaching Chinese language with the usage of SaaS System PDF

Sławomir Czepielewski

Warsaw Academy of Computer Science, Management and Administration (Poland)

The Impact of ICT on CLIL History: New Sources, New Languages, New Tasks PDF

Agnese Daniela Grimaldi

ITI (Industrial Technical Institute) Enrico Medi (Italy)

Mario Iengo

University of Naples “Parthenope” (Italy)

E-learning solutions for language teaching and learning
Title of Paper Name Institution
Design Research on Pedagogically Motivated Multimodal Course in English: Tools for Student Engagement Enhancing Learning Outcomes PDF

Tuija Alasalmi

Diaconia University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

Kirsi Korkealehto

Diaconia University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

Tuire Salo

Diaconia University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

Developing Scientific Knowledge and Language Competences through the Goerudio Project PDF

Anca Colibaba

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

Elvira Rotundu

Colegiul Costache Negruzzi (Romania)

Irina Gheorghiu

Albert Ludwigs Freiburg University of Germany (Germany)

Stefan Colibaba

Al.I. Cuza University, Iasi (Romania)

Explicit Grammar Teaching through Multimedia and the Development of L2 Writing PDF

Roya Khoii

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

Ali Ghasemi

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

Explore Ways of Using Social Media Platforms in Teaching English Language: Literature Review PDF

Norah Banafi

The University of Limerick (Ireland)

Implementing Online School Collaboration Projects with Learning Tools Interoperability PDF

Hideto D. Harashima

Maebashi Institute of Technology (Japan)

Thom W. Rawson

Nagasaki International University (Japan)

Akinobu Kanda

Tokyo Metropolitan University (Japan)

Mari Yamauchi

Chiba University of Commerce (Japan)

Shinichi Sato

Nihon Fukushi University (Japan)

MOOCs and Adult Language Learners PDF

Silvia Matthies Baraibar

HEOI Bilbao (Spain)

Online Resources for Conference Interpreter Training: Examples of Open eLearning from the EU-funded ORCIT Project PDF

Tamara Muroiwa

University of Leeds (United Kingdom)

Sarah Bordes

ISIT (France)

Teaching English for Academic Purposes Online PDF

Irina Matusevich

Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University, Czech Republic (Czech Republic)

The Effects of Web-based Instruction on Saudi Medical Students’ Achievements in Learning Medical Terminologies PDF

Altayeb Alhaj

Jazan University (Saudi Arabia)

Norah Banafi

The University of Limerick (Ireland)

The Role of ICT and the Mother Tongue in Education PDF

Ian Mutamiri

University of Zimbabwe and NatiV Technologies (Zimbabwe)

Victor Mugari

University of Zimbabwe (Zimbabwe)

Gary Brooking

Wichita State University (United States)

ICT based language teaching and learning approaches
Title of Paper Name Institution
»Ich will Deutsch lernen« - A Learning Portal for Second Language and Literacy Acquisition in Heterogeneous Classes PDF

Celia Sokolowsky

Deutscher Volkshochschul-Verband e.V. (Germany)

A Model For Evaluating Spanish Language Learning Websites Coherent With The Communicative Language Approach: Towards The Strengthen Of The Teachers' Knowing How To Do Knowledge In Digital Competence PDF

Sthephanny Moncada Linares

Universidad La Gran Colombia. (Colombia)

Andrea Carolina Díaz Romero

Colegio Cristo Rey Bogotá (Colombia)

A MOOC Experiment in a Chinese EAP Classroom PDF

Zhinan Zhou

Harbin Institute of Technology (China)

Mingjing Ren

Harbin Institute of Technology (China)

Jun Ma

Harbin Institute of Technology (China)

A multi-platform for a better learning and teaching experience PDF

Telis Marin

Edilingua Edizioni (Italy)

Elisa Sartor

Edizioni Edilingua (Italy)

Anna Gallo

Edilingua Edizioni (Italy)

A Tellecollaborative Approach to Written Corrective Feedback PDF

Nahid Zarei

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

Application of Neural Network's Modeling for Improvement of Reading Brain Performance PDF

Hassan Moustafa

Staff member with Computer Eng. Dpt.Al-Baha University(KSA) (Saudi Arabia)

Apprising Teacher Trainees of New Language Approaches: An ICT Task-Based Training Course PDF

Raúl Ruiz-Cecilia

University of Granada (Spain)

Juan Ramón Guijarro Ojeda

University of Granada (Spain)

Beyond Process Theory – How New Technologies Are Changing the Way We Write and Communicate PDF

Guy Meredith

Zayed University (United Arab Emirates)

Curriculum and Resource Development PDF

Hongye Sun

Harbin Institute of Technology (China)

Developing Vocabulary for Specific Purposes and Reading Comprehension Using CALL – Student Opinion Questionnaire PDF

Kateriina Rannula

Tallinn Health Care College (Estonia)

Elle Sormus

Tallinn Health Care College (Estonia)

Development of a Readability Index Attuned to the New English Course of Study in Japan (2) Development of Ozasa-fukui Year Level, ver. 3.4.1NHNC1-5WUS PDF

Kiyomi Watanabe

Saniku Gakuin College (Japan)

Koji Uenishi

Hiroshima University (Japan)

Mariko Sakamoto

Kagoshima National College of Technology (Japan)

Toshiaki Ozasa

Fukuyama Heisei University (Japan)

Facing Up to the Final Exam: A Facebook-based Optional Course to Improve Students’ Communication Competences PDF

Ionuț Căpeneață

Ion Luca Caragiale National College (Romania)

Four Technology Mediated Language Tasks. A Portuguese Experience PDF

Maria Isabel Orega

University of Algarve (Portugal)

Lúcia Tardão

Escola EB 2/3 Alberto Iria (Portugal)

How to Use Adobe Connect for Speaking Training in International Virtual Classes PDF

Elisabetta Longhi

Università degli Studi di Parma (Italy)

Chiara Angelini

Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (Germany)

ICT in Task-Based Language Learning – Analyzing a Lesson Plan in PETALL Project PDF

Danijela Manic

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology (Serbia)

Julijana Vuco

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology (Serbia)

ICT in the Literature-based English Language Classroom PDF

Martin Štefl

Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Republic)

Impact of ICT towards the deepening and generation of knowledge by English Teachers in 98 elementary public schools Atlantic Department, Colombia. PDF

Giovanni Polifroni Lobo

Atlántico University (Colombia)

Carlos Beltran Sanchez

Professor - University of Atlántico (Colombia)

Increased motivation in language learners through social networks PDF

Elham Akbari

Utrecht University (The Netherlands)

Ahmad Naderi

Tehran University (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

Zeinab Abdollahi Aliabadi

phd student (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

Robert-Jan Simons

Professor (The Netherlands)

Albert Pilot

Professor (The Netherlands)

Information and Communication Technology for English Teaching in Military Context in the Foreign Languages Center of The Albanian Armed Forces Academy PDF

Jaup Zenuni

Academy of the Albanian Armed Forces (Albania)

Language Learning in Europe: Priorities, Policies and Results

Elena Maddalena

Italian National Agency Erasmus+ INDIRE (Italy)

Learning by Playing, Animating Words and Images PDF

Inma Carpe

The Animation Workshop-VIA University College (Denmark)

Hanne Pedersen

The Animation workshop/VIA University College/DK. University Politechnic of Valencia SP (Denmark)

Learning Gains through Play PDF

Janet Thomson

SchoolNet South Africa (South Africa)

Hlengiwe Mfeka

SchoolNet South Africa (South Africa)

Tracey Butchart

SchoolNet South Africa (South Africa)

Liberated Spaces: The Use of iPads and the Possibility for Change in Higher Education PDF

Raphaela Fischer-Mourra

Bethlehem University (Palestinian Territory, Occupied)

Shada Shahin

Bethlehem University (Palestinian Territory, Occupied)

Making Listening Assignments More Communicative PDF

Clemens Den Boer

Rotterdam Business School (The Netherlands)

Mobile Language Learning: The LFNY 1:1 iPad Program PDF

Sonia Rocca

Lycée Français de New York (United States)

Moroccan University Teachers’ Perceptions and Attitudes towards the Use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Teaching Process. PDF

Mustapha Fagroud

National School of Agriculture, Meknes (Morocco)

Smail Kerouad

School of Arts and Humanities, Meknes (Morocco)

Music in Professional Language Training PDF

Pascal Archimede

yourenglishproject (France)

Online informal learning of English: how students use technology to supplement classes PDF

Ruth Trinder

Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria)

Quantified Performance Analysis of Highly Specialized Neurons for Development of Reading Brain Function Using Neural Networks’ Modeling (Sanger's Rule Approach) PDF

Hassan Moustafa

Staff member with Computer Eng. Dpt.Al-Baha University(KSA) (Saudi Arabia)

Social Inclusion, a Challenge for Europe: Accessible Language Learning and Job Opportunities. The Case of Visually Impaired Persons PDF

Antonio Quatraro

UICI Firenze (Italy)

Mario Paiano

Centro Machiavelli Firenze (Italy)

Spurring ICT-based Tasks in the Language Classroom: a European Project (PETALL) of International Collaboration PDF

António Lopes

University of Algarve and CETAPS (Portugal)

Student and Teacher Perceptions on Learning Languages through Web Conferencing: Focus on Adobe Connect Breakout Rooms PDF

Anne Siltala

Oulu University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

Students’ Safety of Private Information on Social Media Risks of Dissemination and Educational implications PDF

Mohamed Mliless

Moulay Ismail University of Meknes (Morocco)

Mohammed Larouz

Moulay Ismail University of Meknes (Morocco)

Teaching and Investigating higher-level Comprehension Skills in LearnWeb, an interactive Platform integrating TED Talks PDF

Francesca Bianchi

University of Salento (Italy)

Ivana Marenzi

L3S Research Center, Hannover (Germany)

Teaching with movies: German films and grammar contents PDF

Lucia Giuliano

Università degli Studi di Macerata Università degli Studi del Molise (Italy)

The challenge of raising awareness of interference using ICT PDF

Isabel Maria Fernandes Silva

Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (Portugal)

Ana Luísa Teixeira

Universidade Europeia - Laureate International Universities (Portugal)

The development of visual CALL materials for learning L2 English prosody PDF

Atsushi Fujimori

Shizuoka University (Japan)

Noriko Yoshimura

University of Shizuoka (Japan)

Noriko Yamane

University of British Columbia (Canada)

The Effect of Playing with Tablet Games Compared with Real Objects on Word Learning by Preschoolers PDF

Ingrid Singer

HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht (The Netherlands)

Ellen Gerrits

HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht (The Netherlands)

The Global Impact of the Proliferation of ICT: A Multi-National Study PDF

Diane Boothe

Boise State University (United States)

Melissa Caspary

Georgia Gwinnett College (United States)

The Social Potential of Telecom for Language Learning in Iran PDF

Majid Fatahipour

Islamic Azad University - Parand Branch (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

The Use of Mind Mapping in Translator Training PDF

Maria Stepanova

St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University (Russian Federation)

TRIO's English Lab: Linking Students to Their Educational Needs

Alessandra Duosi

Progetto Trio – Regione toscana (Italy)

YANSIS: An “Easy Japanese” writing support system PDF

Takeshi Nagano

Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University (Japan)

Akinori Ito

Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University (Japan)

Language learning for specific purposes
Title of Paper Name Institution
Foreign Language for Learners with Specific Learning Differences – the SupEFL projet PDF

Teresa Pessoa

Universidade Coimbra (Portugal)

Eva Gyarmathy

Hungarian Academy for Sciences (Hungary)

Sandra Fernandes

Universidade Coimbra (Portugal)

Ict and English as a foreign language in the bioethical education: an innovative teaching/learning process. PDF

Lucia Priore

ITI ( Industrial Technical Institute) Enrico Medi (Italy)

ICT and English as a foreign language in the higher technical education course (IFTS) “Multimedia production for the cultural heritage and museums” PDF

Lucia Priore

ITI ( Industrial Technical Institute) Enrico Medi (Italy)

Agnese Daniela Grimaldi

ITI (industrial technical istitute) Enrico Medi (Italy)

Information Structure of Contemporary Popular Scientific and Technical Text PDF

Marina Platonova

Riga Technical University (Latvia)

Larisa Ilinska

Riga Technical University (Latvia)

Tatjana Smirnova

Riga Technical University (Latvia)

Online Materials for Medical Purposes – The Palliative Care MOOC, the Glottodrama And Take Care Projects PDF

Anca Colibaba

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

Cintia Lucia Colibaba

Universitatea de stiinte agricole si medicina veterinara Ion Ionescu dela Brad (Romania)

Irina Gheorghiu

Albert Ludwigs Freiburg University of Germany (Germany)

Stefan Colibaba

Al.I. Cuza University, Iasi (Romania)

Theoretical Framework for Developing ESP Reading Materials at Tertiary Level of Education in Morocco Sanae El Mellouki, Assistant Professor of English Faculty of Science- Rabat PDF

Sanae EL Mellouki

Mohamed V University- Rabat Morocco (Morocco)

Understanding Cultural Heritage PDF

Walter Zeller

Höhere Bundes- Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt für chemische Industrie (Austria)

Evangelia Varella

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)

Using Data-Driven Learning Methods in Telecommunication English Teaching PDF

Camino Rea Rizzo

Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (Spain)

María José Marín Pérez

Universidad de Murcia (Spain)

Language teacher training
Title of Paper Name Institution
Comparing the Immediate and Delayed Impact of Reflective Task-supported Teacher Training on Iranian Pre-service and In-service Teachers’ Mediating Roles PDF

Behjat Asa

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

Zohreh Seifoori

Department of English Language, Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tabriz, Iran (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

Behrang Fathollumi

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

Language Teacher Training & Intercultural Education in the 21st Century School PDF

Elena Gómez Parra

University of Córdoba (Spain)

Training to Teach: the Development of Perceived Teaching Competence over Time PDF

Joanna Pfingsthorn

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg (Germany)

Wolfgang Gehring

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg (Germany)

Why To Use Gamification in Higher Education? PDF

Györgyi Kovács

Eszterházy Károly University of Applied Sciences (Hungary)

Monitoring and evaluation of language teaching and learning
Title of Paper Name Institution
Development of a Readability Index Attuned to the New English Course of Study of Japan (3)Development of Ozasa-Fukui Year Level, Ver. 3.4.2nhnc1-5 PDF

Toashiaki Ozasa

Fukuyama Heisei University (Japan)

Masayasu Fukui

Fukuyama Heisei University (Japan)

Kiyomi Watanabe

Saniku Gakuin College (Japan)

Foreign Language Teaching in Technical Universities in Russia: problems and perspectives PDF

Tatiana Sidorenko

Tomsk Polytechnic University (Russian Federation)

Svetlana Rybushkina

National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University (Russian Federation)

Title of Paper Name Institution
From Lingua Franca @ E-Learning to Multilingualism? PDF

On-Kwok Lai

Graduate School of Policy Studies, Kwansei Gakuin University (Japan)

L3 (English) Influencing on L1 (Kazakh) Production among Kazakh - Russian bilinguals: Pilot Study PDF

Meruyert Ibrayeva

Nazarbayev University (Kazakhstan)

Multilingualism in Kazakhstan and problems of teaching the Kazakh language PDF

Zhanar Baiteliyeva

Nazarbayev University (Kazakhstan)

The role of a language services department in facilitating learning in a multilingual student environment: the case of the University of South Africa (Unisa) PDF

Ilze Holtzhausen de Beer

University of South Africa (South Africa)

Quality and innovation in language teaching and learning
Title of Paper Name Institution
A Comparative Study of Writing Performance by Using and without Using the Technology of Mind Mapping at the University PDF

Saida Hdii

School of Arts and Humanities, Beni Mellal (Morocco)

Bridging Career Technical and Academic Education: A Learning Pathway Focused on Scaffolded Instruction and a Transformed Student Mindset PDF

Christina Anketell

Los Trade Technical College, (United States)

Maryanne Galindo

Los Angeles Trade Technical College (United States)

Nicole Albo-Lopez

Los Angeles Trade Technical College (United States)

Dealing with Plagiarism in the Digital Age PDF

Dararat Khampusaen

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

Designing a Blended Public Speaking Course Using Web 2.0 Tools

Zailin Shah Yusoff

Universiti Malaysia Pahang (Malaysia)

Ainol Haryati Ibrahim

Universiti Malaysia Pahang (Malaysia)

Nik Aloesnita Nik Alwi

Universiti Malaysia Pahang (Malaysia)

Hafizoah Kassim

Universiti Malaysia Pahang (Malaysia)

Edmodo as a motivation and inclusion tool in the foreign language classroom PDF

Dolores Gómez

EOI Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

European Funding for Improving Languages Teaching and Learning, Promoting Multilingualism and Enhance Mobility PDF

Elisabetta Delle Donne

Pixel (Italy)

Innovative Language Teaching by International Collaboration PDF

Ingrid Gran

The Swedish Council for Higher Education (Sweden)

Interdistrict Collaboration to Promote Second Language Acquisition via Spoken Word Poetry and Visual Art PDF

Amy Nocton

RHAM High School, Hebron, CT (American Council of Foreign Language Teachers [ACTFL]) Connecticut Council of Language Teachers (CT COLT) (United States)

Rochelle Marcus

Mansfield Middle School, Mansfield, Connecticut (United States)

Beverley Fisher

RHAM High School, Hebron, Connecticut (United Kingdom)

Musical Aptitude and Language: Activating Phonetic Skills through Music PDF

Giedrė Balcytytė-Kurtinienė

Vilnius University (Lithuania)

Native Bilingualism and Foreign Language Acquisition: an Experimental Study of Bilingual Mental Lexicon and Its Academic Component PDF

Yuliya Leshchenko

Perm State Humanitarian-pedagogical university (Russian Federation)

Elena Erofeeva

Perm State National Research University (Russian Federation)

Perspectives of integrating the Digital Dedicated Language Laboratory in Foreign Language Pedagogy, Reality or Chimera: the Case of Souk-Ahras University, Algeria PDF

Nacereddine Benabdallah

Mohamed Cherif Messaadia Universtiy (Algeria)

Relay Interpreting with iPads in Higher Education PDF

Veronika Nenickova

Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University (Czech Republic)

Speed up your fluency in English with Fast Motor Sequences PDF

Piero Crispiani

University Macerata (Italy)

Eleonora Palmieri

Centro Studi Itard - Airone, Psychological and Pedagogical Victor Center (Italy)

Teachers’ Perspectives on Language Learning: The Results of the Online Consultation Regarding the New Romanian Curriculum PDF

Magdalena Balica

Institute for Educational Sciences (Romania)

Ligia Sarivan

Institute for Educational Sciences, Bucharest (Romania)

Teaching English communicatively using translation. PDF

Maria Khan

National Research University Higher School of Economics, St.Petersburg (Russian Federation)

Teaching Greek as a Second or Foreign Language through Peermentoring at Second Chance School of Mytilene (Greece) PDF

Michalis Aivaliotis

SCS of Mytilene (Greece)

Eleni Papadopoulou

SCS of Mytilene (Greece)

The Influence of Technology on Students’ Improvement as Future Doctors at Jazan University, Saudi Arabia PDF

Altayeb Alhaj

Jazan University (Saudi Arabia)

The role, educational dimensions and the range of ludic learning forms at the crossroads of preschool and school cycles PDF

Emilia Cîrceie

Babeș Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Vatra Dornei extension (Romania)

the use of ICT to improve higher education in Morocco PDF

Hayat Naciri

Sultan Moulay Slimane University (Morocco)

Word Frequency and Vocabulary Study of Reading Books Used Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language PDF

Murat Aydin

Amasya University (Turkey)

Fatma Acik

Gazi University (Turkey)

Recognition and validation of language skills
Title of Paper Name Institution
Foreign Language Proficiency & Certification amongst Youths in Malta – from Compulsory Schooling to Courses for Specific Purposes. PDF

Mario Pace

University of Malta (Malta)

NON-FOR-LESL: Non Formal Learning Can Prevent Early School Leaving PDF

Giovanni Caruso

Pixel (Italy)

Skills for Successful LSP Learning: Creativity, Enthusiasm, Flexibility, Resourcefulness PDF

Marina Platonova

Riga Technical University (Latvia)

Larisa Ilinska

Riga Technical University (Latvia)

Tatjana Smirnova

Riga Technical University (Latvia)

The Language Competence of the CLIL Teacher PDF

Luisanna Paggiaro

lend- lingua e nuova didattica (Italy)

Studies in Second Language Acquisition
Title of Paper Name Institution
Analysis of The Written Competence of Secondary Education Students in Bilingual and Non- Bilingual Programs PDF

Ana Cristina Lahuerta

University of Oviedo (Spain)


Silvia Toniato

H3AL (Italy)

How Difficult is it to be Native-like in Second Language Learning? PDF

Man Ki Theodora Lee

University of York (United Kingdom)

Mediation as a Tool of Teaching Foreign Languages PDF

Nataliya Belenkova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (Russian Federation)

Peculiarities of "Language of Primary Socialization" Using in the Practice of "Language Of Secondary Socialization" Teaching PDF

Soldatova Lesia

Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University Ukraine (Ukraine)

Popularizing American Literature Using ICTs to Promote Motivation in English as a Second Language Classes

Mirian Nichida

Ensino Básico Técnico e Tecnológico - IFTO (Brazil)

Promoting Digital Literacy and active ageing for Senior Citizens PDF

Athos Charalambides

Emphasys Centre (Greece)

Re-Enforcing Chinese Curriculum Design and an Effective Method of Teaching Chinese towards Non-Chinese Speakers PDF

April Zhang

MSL Master (Hong Kong)

The Learning Curve and South Korea: The Best Education? PDF

Chris Larsen

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Korea, Republic of)


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