Innovation in Language Learning

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Common European Framework of Reference
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Practical Considerations in Integrating the CEFR into a Syllabus

Androulla Athanasiou

Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)


Jack Burston

Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

Readiness of Education Students in the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET)

Ethel Reyes-Chua

Emilio Aguinaldo College - Cavite (Philippines)


Frederick A. Andal

Emilio Aguinaldo College - Cavite (Philippines)


John Philip M. Alexander

Emilio Aguinaldo College - Cavite (Philippines)

Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)
Title of Abstract Name Institution
21st Century Skills and Digital Literacy-Based Activities in a Theme Hotel Website English Project

Paula Fonseca

Polytechnic Institute of Viseu - CI&DEI (Portugal)


Maria de Lurdes Martins

Polytechnic Institute of Viseu - CI&DEI (Portugal)

An Analysis of Recount Genre in CLIL Primary Education Social Science Textbooks

Carlos Porcar Saravia

University of Extremadura (Spain)

Applying CLIL Model in Overseas Language Immersion

Ying Amatya

Defence Language Institute (United States)

Catering for the Needs of an Ageing Bilingual Post-Soviet Country – CLIL Training for Emergency Dispatchers in Estonia

Jelena Kapura

Estonian Academy of Security Sciences (Estonia)


Kerli Linnat

Estonian Academy of Security Sciences (Estonia)

Design Exercises to Balance Input and Output in K-12 Classroom

Yun Zhu

St. Catherine’s School (United States)

Designing an Elective Course “English for Critical Thinking, Fact-Checking, and Storytelling” as Part of a Journalism Major

Irina Belyakova

University of Tyumen (Russian Federation)


Elena Plakhina

University of Tyumen (Russian Federation)

Integrating Microsoft Teams into English for Specific Purposes Course for Future Learning: A New Business English Course Concept

Ksenia Sharapova

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

Learning from Mistakes and Detecting Specific Training Needs: A CLIL Grid

Maria Elisabetta Porcedda

Tarragona University “Rovira i Virgili” (Spain)


Juan González-Martínez

Girona University (Spain)

Mind-Mapping as a Tool in Teaching ESP/CLIL Presentations

Anna Kucharíková

ÚjŠ STU (Slovakia)


Martina Lipková

ÚjŠ STU (Slovakia)


Jana Lokajová

ÚjŠ STU (Slovakia)

Motivating Learners through Implementing Flipped Classroom Strategy and Content-Based Instruction

Lyudmila Kirova

Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” (Bulgaria)

Multi-Relational Latent Lexicology-Semantic “LEXICOLSEM” Analysis Model for Extracting Qura’nic Concept

Asma Abdul Rahman

Islamic Science University of Malaysia (Malaysia)

Page to Stage: Dramatizing Literature for Language and Life Skills

Alison Larkin Koushki

American University of Kuwait (Kuwait)

Pluriliteracies and LOCIT for CLIL

Letizia Cinganotto

INDIRE (Italy)

Readability of Integrated Science Textbooks for Ghanaian Senior High Schools

Faustina Nankuri

University of Cape Coast (Ghana)


William Kodom Gyasi

University of Cape Coast (Ghana)

The HeartSpeak Project: Stepping Out of the CLIL Classroom and Learning Language through Dance…

Angela D. Kaufman

Freelance Teacher (Italy)

Using Wikis to Support the Development of Entrepreneurial Skills in a Business English Course

Maria de Lurdes Martins

Polytechnic Institute of Viseu - CI&DEI (Portugal)


Paula Fonseca

Polytechnic Institute of Viseu - CI&DEI (Portugal)

Visual, Tactile and Motor Grammar Learning in Project-Based Approach

Mija Selič

C00lSch00l, language school (Slovenia)

E-learning Solutions
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Analysis of a Virtual Community of Practice to Enhance Reflective Teaching in Novice Teachers from Two Colombian Universities

Astrid Ramírez Valencia

Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas (Colombia)


Diana Katherine González Ocampo

Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas (Colombia)


Manuel Alejandro Salazar

Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas (Colombia)

Digital and Pedagogical Challenges in Teaching and Assessing Students of European Languages on their Year Abroad

Emmanuelle Lacore-Martin

University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)

Distance or Face-to-Face Education for Language Learning: A Case of English

Dursun Akaslan

Harran University (Turkey)

Hearables for Language Learning

Rory McGreal

Athabasca University (Canada)

Imagination Workout

Maria Sosnovskaya

British Council Ukraine (Ukraine)

Practice and Development of Oral Skills through Self-Recordings in EFL

Ana Guadalupe Torres

Universidad Veracruzana (Mexico)

Preventing Plagiarism through E-Learning: Can’t Say you Didn’t Know

Roisin Dewart

Université du Québec à Montréal (Canada)


Emily Rosales

Université du Québec à Montréal (Canada)

Sundanese, Arabic and English Phonology: Introducing a Classless Linguistic Learning

Dedi Sulaeman

Padjadjaran University (Indonesia)


Gugun Gunardi

Padjadjaran University (Indonesia)


Dian Indira

Padjadjaran University (Indonesia)


Elvi Citraresmana

Padjadjaran University (Indonesia)

Teaching and Assessing EFL Productive Skills with ICT in Distance Learning at a Higher Education Level

Inmaculada Senra-Silva

Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) (Spain)

Teaching Foreign Languages and Literature Using Synchronous and Asynchronous Online Courses

Josefa Conde de Lindquist

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (United States)

The Effect of Asynchronous Online Task-Based Language Teaching on Reading Comprehension of Iranian EFL Learners in a Virtual Learning Environment

Saba Sufeh

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

Top Technology Tools for English Language Teaching and Learning

Saima Abedi

Beaconhouse School System (Pakistan)

Transitioning Language Learning through Blended Solution

Sofia Ligawen

Bahrain Training Institute (Bahrain)


Dexter Caliente

Bahrain Training Institute (Bahrain)


Rhoda Videz

Bahrain Training Institute (Bahrain)

ICT Based Language Teaching and Learning Approaches
Title of Abstract Name Institution
A Cross-Cultural Study of Students’ Attitudes towards Digital Language Learning Tools

Christina Rosén

Linnaeus University (Sweden)


Soniya Billore

Linnaeus University (Sweden)

A Simple Blueprint for Using Oculus Rift in the Language Learning Classroom

Dimitros Boglou

Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

Advancement of Language Teaching In the Age of Digital Games

Hardeepsinh Ranjitsinh Gohil

Gujarat Com. College (India)

Advancing Scholarship in Immersion Teaching and Learning through Blogging

Tadhg Joseph Ó Ceallaigh

Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick (Ireland)

Assessing the Capacity of Machine Interpreting Technologies: The Russian Experience

Nataliya Belenkova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (Russian Federation)

Beyond Marginalized Fragmentation: Technology and Innovation in English-Language Learning in Palestinian HEIs

Aida Bakeer

Al Quds Open University (Palestinian Territory, Occupied)


Alan Bruce

Universal Learning Systems (Ireland)

CALL to Arms: Generations Clash Over Digital Technology in the Foreign Language Classrooms.

Nilima Roy

English Language Teaching Institute of Symbiosis (India)

Classification of Games to Be Used in Virtual Learning Environments - Some Reflections Based on the EU Funded GUINEVERE Project

Michael Thomas

University of Central Lancashire, UK (United Kingdom)


Christel Schneider

University of Central Lancashire (United Kingdom)


Tuncer Can

University of Istanbul (Turkey)

Developing Quest-Based Learning Environment for Second-Language Acquisition

Elizaveta Shikhova

Saint Petersburg State University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (Russian Federation)

Effects of Using the Google Search Engine, the Trello Learning Management System (TLMS), and Classroom Form-Focused Instruction on Developing EFL Learners’ Grammatical Knowledge

Roya Khoii

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


Atefeh Gharibshah

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

EFL in the i-City and ii Learning Community Lab: A Class in a Cyber-Metropolitan City to Address Education Inequality Stemming from Economy and Geography

Akiyoshi Suzuki

Nagasaki University (Japan)


Shin Kurata

Nagasaki University (Japan)


Norio Nakamura

Nagasaki University (Japan)


Kōichi Matsumoto

Nagasaki University (Japan)

EFL Teachers’ Perception of Internet Assisted Language Teaching

Lalla Meriem Ouahidi

Sultan Moulay Slimane University, Beni Mellal (Morocco)

Fifth Generation (5G) Approaches to Language Teaching Learning

Santosh Pundalik Rajguru

Rayat Shikshan Sanstha' Laxmibai Bhaurao Patil Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Solapur-1, M.S. (India)

From CALL to MALL in the Context of the Internet of Things

Cristina Turcu

Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava (Romania)


Cornel Turcu

Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava (Romania)

Gamification for Engaging International Business Students in a French for Specific Purposes Classes to Develop French Language Competence in Makerere University Business School

Milburga Atcero

Makerere University Business School (Uganda)

ICT Learning Advantages for English Language Learners

Nodira Mukhitdinova

Republican Graduate School of Business and Management (Uzbekistan)


Nasiba Valieva

Republican Graduate School of Business and Management (Uzbekistan)

Improving English Skills via Interactive Listening: Podcasts and Radio for Developing Countries

Michael Carrier

Highdale Learning (United Kingdom)

Inclusive Foreign Language Learning through Digital Tools

Emanuela Leto

I.C. Laura Lanza Baronessa di Carini (Italy)

Learning Languages via Telecollaboration: “Variation on the Theme”

Alla Nazarenko

Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russian Federation)

Mobile Applications in the Russian Language Class: Revisions and Reflections

Varvara Golovatina

University of West Bohemia (Czech Republic)


Polina Golovátina-Mora

Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana (Colombia)

New Opportunities for Young People to Fight Unemployment: The “Digital Competences for New Jobs” Project

Anca Colibaba

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


Irina Gheorghiu

Albert Ludwigs Freiburg University (Germany)


Cintia Colibaba

Ion Ionescu de la Brad University Iasi (Romania)


Ovidiu Ursa

Iuliu Hatieganu University Cluj-Napoca (Romania)


Anais Colibaba

Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)

Online Learning and Intercomprehension: EuroComGerm

Maria Ulz

Université de Namur / NalTT (Belgium)


Katrin Herget

Universidade de Aveiro / CLLC (Portugal)

Potentials and Challenges of Using Information and Communication Technologies by the Secondary School Teachers

M A Sayeed Bhuyian

Divisional Primary Education Office (Bangladesh)

Reinvigorating Language and Literacy Development through Blogging and Vlogging

Tadhg Joseph Ó Ceallaigh

Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick (Ireland)


Neasa Ní Chuaig

Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick (Ireland)

The Success and Challenges of ICT Utilization in Armenia

Armine Vahanyan

Armenian State Pedagogical University after Kh. Abovyan (Armenia)

Transforming the ICT Learning Environment for English Language Learners

Diane Boothe

Boise State University (United States)

Using Modern Technology to Improve English Teaching and Learning

Xiaojun Wang

Palacký University Olomouc (Czech Republic)


Jiří Dostál

Palacký University Olomouc (Czech Republic)


Avan Kamal Aziz

Palacký University Olomouc (Czech Republic)

Language and Identity
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Aims and Tasks of Teaching Names of Peoples, Ethnic Groups and Ethnic Communities in Foreign Language Teaching in Unified Europe

Tanya Georgieva

University of Sofia, DLTIS (Bulgaria)


Krassimir Stoyanov

University of Sofia, DLTIS (Bulgaria)

Breaking the “Cultural Bubble” through the Immersive Model

Nicoletta Peluffo

Kent State University Florence Center (Italy)

Critical EAP in the Mainstream Curriculum - Reflections

Kashmir Kaur

University of Leeds (United Kingdom)

Ethnosemiometric Parameterisation of Diachronic Core of the Concept TRUTH and its Profiles in the British Axioconceptosphere

Nataliia Stefanova

Dragomanov National Pedagogical University (Ukraine)

Four Factors of Student Motivation

Mohammad Hosam Alnahas

Qatar University (Qatar)

Graduate and International Students Explore Language and Identity within a Win-Win Learning Partnership

Anca Mihaela Dobrinescu

Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiești (Romania)


Ligia Sarivan

Institute for Educational Sciences (Romania)

Innovative Method of Learning and Teaching - Mapping the Fairy Tale of the Golden Bird - Case Study ATU 550

Milena Mileva Blazic

University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Intercultural Literacy: Storytelling, Language and Identity

Nuria Alonso García

Providence College (United States)

Language and the Self

Aruna Bommareddi

Indian Institute of Technology Mandi (India)

Language as a Tool for Cultural Enhancement and Preservation: The Panacea for Nigeria without an Indigenous Official Language

Obioma Bibian Enwere

College of Education Akwanga (Nigeria)


Cecilia Abashi

College of Education Akwanga (Nigeria)

Rendering Representations of Women in Printed Advertisements

Saule Juzeleniene

Kaunas University (Lithuania)

uugot.it: Solving Challenges of Integration with the Power of TV

Philipp Etzlinger

uugot.it (Austria)


Francesca Sannazzaro

uugot.it (Austria)

Language for Specific Purposes
Title of Abstract Name Institution
A Study of ESP Material for Nursing Students Concerning Medical Specialists

Yoshiko Kozawa

Suzuka University of Medical Science (Japan)


Satoko Hirai

Suzuka University of Medical Science (Japan)


Hisayo Takagi

Suzuka University of Medical Science (Japan)

Approaching Learner Differences with Learner-Centred Teaching in Higher Education

Dietmar Tatzl

FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Austria)

English for Specific Purposes (ESP) in a University Context

Ana Cunha

Lusófona University (Portugal)

English for Specific Purposes: University Context versus Workplace Context

Hassiba Koriche

Belhadj Bouchaib University Center, Ain Temouchent (Algeria)

Evaluation of an ESP Coursebook Quality: Design-Based Research

Eva Ellederová

Brno University of Technology (Czech Republic)

Language for Work - Tools for Professional Development

Titika-Konstantina N. Tsintoni

University of Patras (Greece)

Literary Self-Translation and Language-Learning Attainment

Nebojša Radić

University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)

Main Characteristics of Establishing and Maintaining Rapport in an ESP Classroom

Naira Poghosyan

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

On the Use of Authentic Materials in a Legal English Class

Vaiva Eimulienė

University of Vilnius (Lithuania)


Aušra Janulienė

University of Vilnius (Lithuania)


Olga Medvedeva

University of Vilnius (Lithuania)

Project-based Learning (PBL) and English as a Foreign Language (EFL): A Perfect Alliance to Foster Employability

Mercedes Aznar

Florida Universitaria (Spain)

Students as Experts and the End Result of SSR Performance in an ESP Course for Psychology

Alexandra Cotoc

Babeș-Bolyai University (Romania)

Teaching English for Tourism: Fostering the Development of Field-Specific Skills. A Case Study

Elena Păcurar

Babeș-Bolyai University (Romania)

Teaching the Specific Language of Italian Lyric Texts to Future Opera Singers

Katerina Stroblova

University of West Bohemia (Czech Republic)

Towards a Multimodal Approach in ESP: Prospective Paths in Moroccan Tertiary Education

Sanae El Mellouki

Mohamed V University (Morocco)

Language Learning in Primary and Middle School
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Factors Affecting English Language Literacy in Rural Primary Schools of Karachi, Pakistan

Huma Akram

Northeast Normal University (China)


Naseer Ahmad

Northeast Normal University (China)


Yang Yingxiu

Northeast Normal University (China)

Gamification for the Improvement of Motivation to Learn English in Primary School

Patricia Canovas

University of Murcia (Spain)

Gamification in a Homo Zappiens Class: Levels and Rewards to Improve Students’ Behavior and Increase their Involvement

Ionuț Căpeneață

Transilvania University (Romania)

Learning English through Drama – A Partnership Project

Rina Rachel Sondhi

British School of Orvieto / Scuola Media Luca Signorelli Orvieto (Italy)

Let’s Get Motivated! Teaching Languages in Changing Scenarios

Mario Pace

University of Malta (Malta)

School Box Office, Season 2: The Past and the Future of a Project within a Project to Teach Middle School Students

Cerassela Anghel

Nicolae Iorga School (Romania)


Alina Crina Terinte

Versesti Sanduleni School (Romania)

Language Learning to Support International Mobility
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Digital Language Learning Challenges in the Context of Inclusion

Saule Juzeleniene

Vilnius University (Lithuania)


Rita Baranauskiene

Vilnius University (Lithuania)

Foreign Language of Work: New Challenges for Serbian as a Foreign Language

Julijana Vuco

University of Belgrade (Serbia)

Implement Experiential Learning Cycle with Intercultural Can-Do Statements

Jing Wu

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (United States)

Language Skills Development
Title of Abstract Name Institution
A Study on Emotional Valences of Negative and Positive Passive Sentences in Japanese

Kimiko Yorozuya

Hokkaido University (Japan)

Creativity of the Polish Students in Foreign Language Learning: The Benefits of English in the Process of the Acquisition of German

Izabela Bawej

Kazimierz Wielki University (Poland)


Agnieszka Kurzyńska

Kazimierz Wielki University (Poland)

E-Sports in the ESL Classroom: Can they Help Students Overcome Language Transfer Issues?

Tatiana María Sánchez-Rodríguez

Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain)


M. Victoria Domínguez-Rodríguez

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

EFL Listening and Secondary School Learners: Evidence from a Multiple Case Study

Chiara Bruzzano

University of Leeds (United Kingdom)

English Language Class as a Space for Students from Indigenous Community

Falguni Bharateeya

Nalini-Arvind & T.V. Patel Arts College (India)

Enhancing Chinese Literacy Skills through Drama Activities: A Case Study of Mandarin Chinese for Beginners’ Course at the University of Nottingham

Sujing Xu

The University of Nottingham (United Kingdom)

How to Stage a Theatrical Production of a Spanish Play with 0 Prior Experience and very Minimal Budget

Martha Alexander

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (United States)

Problems of Technical Writing encountered by Computer Science (CS) students at University of Botswana (UB)

Queen Miriam Sello

University of Botswana (Botswana)


Tsholofetso Taukobong

University of Botswana (Botswana)

Teaching and Learning Arabic Vocabulary

Barbara Bakker

Dalarna University (Sweden)

The Analysis of Grammatical Errors in Essay Writing of English Reading and Writing 1 Students at Mae Fah Luang University and its Instructional Implications

Benjamart Thanasoontornrerk

Mae Fah Luang University (Thailand)

The Role of Input Modification (Elaboration Versus Simplification) in Reading Comprehension of EFL Learners

Saeideh Ahangari

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


Sevda Shayesteh

Tehran Univesity of Medical Science (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

The Role of Languaging through Story Construction on EFL learners’ Writing Performance: Interpersonal Communication vs Intrapersonal Communication

Nasrin Hadidi Tamjid

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


Zahra Omrani

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


Farideh Hosseiniyan Zakaria

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

The Use of ICTs to Enhance Students’ Speaking Skills

Hayat Naciri

University Sultan Moulay Slimane (Morocco)

Understanding Language Acquisition Based on Research in Language Learning Styles

Petra Langerová

Masaryk University (Czech Republic)

Using TED Talks for Updating and Customizing the Learning Experience

Alexey A. Tymbay

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

World Languages in High School: The Freedom to Discover the World (A Practical Example in the French Class)

Elena Martí Alonso

American School of Valencia (Spain)

Language Teacher Training
Title of Abstract Name Institution
"After all, History Has ever Been a Language Subject" - Language Awareness and Historical Learning

Georg Marschnig

University of Graz (Austria)

Assessing Teachers’ Perceptions towards the Use of ICT among EFL Teachers in Morocco

Mustapha Zanzoun

University Sultan Moulay Slimane (Morocco)

Coteaching Languages in Higher Education

Wissia Fiorucci

University of Kent (United Kingdom)

Developing Digital Literacies of Pre-Service EFL Teachers through Engagement with Research

Seda Altiner

Dokuz Eylül University (Turkey)

Developmental Stages of Good Mentors: Comparison between Novice and Experienced Mentors

Yukari Kato

Tokyo Metropolitan University (Japan)

Elementary School Teachers’ Preference on Homeroom Teachers and Specialist Teachers for English Classes

Ryuichi Yorozuya

Hokkaido University of Education (Japan)

Integrating Self-Assessment in Higher Education for Developing Master’s Students’ Self-Reflection and Autonomy in Learning

Soodeh Eghtesad

University of Tehran (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

The Importance of Implementing Soft Skills into Business English Classes

Nasiba Valieva

Republican Graduate School of Business and Management (Uzbekistan)


Nodira Mukhitdinova

Republican Graduate School of Business and Management (Uzbekistan)

The Swedish Language Leap

Daniel Rosén

Swedish National Agency for Education (Sweden)


Lisa Källermark Haya

Swedish National Agency for Education (Sweden)

Vitality of Learning through Phenomenological Communication of Experiences in Classroom Discussions

Mariel Cristobal Tapia

Pangasinan State University (Philippines)

Wrong-Doing, Truth-Telling: Transnational Practices in the Saudi TESOL Teacher Education Landscape

Eman AlJuhani

Royal Commission in Yanbu, Colleges and Institutes (Saudi Arabia)

Language Teaching and Translation
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Developing Artistic and Scientific Creativity in the English Language Cassroom in Students Majoring in Humanities and STEM

Irina Belyakova

University of Tyumen (Russian Federation)


Marina Kecherukova

Industrial University of Tyumen (Russian Federation)

Teacher’s Book English Grammar in Formulas

Hasmik Hambaryan

Private Tutor (Armenia)


Diana Kajayan

Private Tutor (Armenia)

Teaching Technical Translation: Challenges and Solutions

Maria Stepanova

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


Dmitry Troitsky

Technical Translation & Software (Russian Federation)

Universities and LSP Industry: Never Late to Collaborate

Maria Stepanova

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


Svetlana Svetova

T-Service (Russian Federation)


Natalia Nechaeva

Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (Russian Federation)

Media and Communication
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Peer Feedback 2.0

Elham Akbari

Department of Education (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

The Idea of a Perfect Body in the Ghanaian Electronic Media: A Case Study of Ghana’s most Beautiful Pageant Show

Bangmarigu Manasseh Jonah

University of Cape Coast (Ghana)


William Kodom Gyasi

University of Cape Coast (Ghana)


Marcelinus Dery

University of Cape Coast (Ghana)

Monitoring and Evaluation of Language Teaching and Learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
A Systematic Review and Annotated Bibliography of Second Language Learning Formative Assessment: An Overview

Skevi Vassiliou

Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)


Salomi Papadima-Sophocleous

Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

Articulating Learning Objectives and Outcomes in the ICT English Language Classroom

Diane Boothe

Boise State University (United States)

Beyond Pancakes for Breakfast — Assessing Cultural Awareness in the EFL Classroom

Ana Albuquerque

Universidade Católica Portuguesa (Portugal)

Developing Digital Literacy in Online Grammar Teaching and Learning

Eva Duran Eppler

University of Roehampton (United Kingdom)


Christina Weichselbaumer

Karl Franzens University (Austria)

Developing Web-Based Testing Software for LSP. The PUSTULKA Project

Aleksandra Łuczak

Kozminski University (Poland)

Digital Competences of Teachers: Study Case in Primary Education in Spain

Eva García

University of Murcia (Spain)


Paz Prendes

University of Murcia (Spain)

Effective Learning Material for English (L2) Assessed in Terms of Brain Activation Using Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS)

Hideko Nakano

Kyushu Institute of Technology (Japan)


Masanobu Ueda

University of Kitakyushu (Japan)


Kiyohisa Natsume

Kyushu Institute of Technology (Japan)


Masao Inoue

Hiroshima Prefectural University (Japan)


Mari So

Shimadzu Advertising & Communications, Co. (Japan)

Online Learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
Sign Language Learning Material for Undergraduate Students: Brazilian Sign Language Glossary

Janice Gonçalves Temoteo Marques

FCM/UNICAMP (Brazil)


Lucas Vieira de Miranda

FEEC/UNICAMP (Brazil)


José Mario De Martino

FEEC/UNICAMP (Brazil)

Teaching Teacher Students through Innovative Teaching Approaches in Online Learning

Katarina Lindahl

Dalarna University (Sweden)

Technologies for Teaching and Learning Intercultural Competence and Interlanguage Pragmatics in L2 Italian. Experiences of Implementing an Online Language Course on Moodle Platform

Borbála Samu

University for Foreigners of Perugia (Italy)


Valentino Santucci

University for Foreigners of Perugia (Italy)


Talia Sbardella

University for Foreigners of Perugia (Italy)

The Effect of Using Moodle and Wordpress as Virtual Learning Environments on the Grammar Learning and Attitudes of Intermediate EFL Learners in a Fully Online Course

Mehran Rashidzad

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

Quality and Innovation in Language Teaching and Learning
Title of Abstract Name Institution
A Digital Storytelling Laboratory to Foster Second Language Acquisition in Higher Education: Students’ Perspectives and Reflections

Annalisa Raffone

“L’Orientale” University of Naples (Italy)


Johanna Monti

“L’Orientale” University of Naples (Italy)

A Study on Exploring the Relationship between Language Learning Strategies, Self-Efficacy and Gender in Turkish EFL Context

Sonay Doygun

Istinye University (Turkey)

A Transformative Learning Approach: Supporting Reflections in Foreign Language Curriculum

Christine M. Ristaino

Emory University (United States)


Hong Li

Emory University (United States)

Applying the “Project Method” in Second Language (L2) Teaching. A Multidimensional Interaction with Authentic Input in Autonomous Modes

Maria Skiada

Frederic Univerisity - Hellenic Culture School (Cyprus)


Ifigenia Georgiadou

Hellenic Culture Centre (Greece)

Applying the SPEAKING Model to Classes of Immigrants for Residence Permit in Italian Formal School for Adults

Damiano Longo

CPIA Lecce (Italy)

Bridging the Gap: A Cross-Cultural Linguistic Study on Motivating Middle Eastern Students

Sandra Stein

American University of Kuwait (Kuwait)

Changes in Intensity of Primary and Secondary Motivation in a Senior Language Learning Program

Eva Homolová

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


Zlata Vašašová

Matej Bel University, Faculty of Pedagogy, Banská Bystrica (Slovakia)


Renata Vajdičková

Matej Bel University, Faculty of Arts, Banská Bystrica (Slovakia)

Cooperative Learning as an Engaging Strategy among Compulsory Education Students

Maria Elena Gómez-Parra

University of Córdoba (Spain)


Cristina A. Huertas-Abril

Universidad de Córdoba (Spain)

Digital Language Teaching And Learning: A Case Study

Viviana Gaballo

University of Macerata (Italy)

Digital Storytelling as Support for Teaching Greek as FL/L2 to Adolescents. A Teacher Action Research Project

Panayiota Georgiou

Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

Embracing Language Diversity in your Classroom

Letizia Cinganotto

INDIRE (Italy)


Daniela Cuccurullo

ITI Giordani Striano (Italy)

Factors of Success in Hybrid Second Language (L2) Courses

Jorge H. Cubillos

University of Delaware (United States)

Formative Assessment: A 20th Century Relic or a 21st Century Solution?

Mateja Prevodnik Mayland

Gimnazija Škofja Loka (Slovenia)

From Bonfire to Firewire: Innovative Language Modules Based on Traditional Folktales

Pia Arboleda

University of Hawaii at Manoa (United States)

From F2F to Online: Keeping an EAP Course Pedagogically Sound

Randi Harlev

Ruppin Academic Center (Israel)


Debbie Lahav

Ruppin Academic Center (Israel)

Green Week: A Full Immersion Language Program Focused on our Environment

Deana Bardetti

Lesley University (United States)


Elizabeth Heather Mugan

The World is Your Oyster (T.W.Y.O) Language Centre, Bologna, Italy (Italy)

Heritage Speakers in the Language Classroom: Promoting Quality and Innovation through Action Research

Katharina Mechthild Rutzen

University of Leipzig (Germany)


Ewa Krauss

University of Leipzig (Germany)

How to Organize High-Quality Online Language Courses?

Miia Karttunen

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (Finland)


Sami Norrbacka

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

Integrating Virtual Reality in Language Learning Settings

Kelly M. Torres

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (United States)


Aubrey Statti

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (United States)

Integrative Blended Learning for French and Italian Language: Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century

Deborah Walker-Morrison

University of Auckland (New Zealand)


Gabriella Brussino

University of Auckland (New Zealand)

Interactive Listening – A Can-Do Paradigm

Anthony Green

Bari University Veterinary School (Italy)


Mimmo Bracciodieta

Liceo Scientifico Leonardo da Vinci - Cassano delle Murge (Italy)

International Cooperation for the Promotion of Multilingualism

Elisabetta Delle Donne

Pixel (Italy)

Language Learning and Community Engagement: Synergies between Research, Learning and Sharing of Resources

Monika Jezak

University of Ottawa (Canada)


Laura Ambrosio

University of Ottawa (Canada)

LightVerb-Quest: An Adventure Storytelling Game to Foster Second Language Acquisition and Verbal Multi-Word Expressions Assimilation

Annalisa Raffone

“L’Orientale” University of Naples (Italy)


Francesco Maria Sacerdoti

E-voluzione S.r.l. (Italy)


Sabina Maraffi

I.C. Poggiali Spizzichino (Italy)


Johanna Monti

“L’Orientale” University of Naples (Italy)

Making a Difference: English Learning, ICT and the School Library Hand-in-Hand

Cláudia Mota

Colmeias Joint Group of Schools (Portugal)

Multicultural Second Language Learning Students’ Views on Technological Skills, Barriers and Beliefs

Arhun Ersoy

Near East University (Cyprus)


Seda Cakmak

Near East University (Cyprus)


Fatma Koprulu

Near East University (Cyprus)

Multimodal ICT-Enhanced Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Students’ Perspective

Flora Sisti

Università di Urbino Carlo Bo (Italy)


Susanna Pigliapochi

Università di Urbino Carlo Bo (Italy)

Neurodidactics: A New Approach in Learning Processes

María del Prado Camacho Alarcón

University of Castilla-La-Mancha (Spain)

Peculiarities and Advantages of Teaching English through Games

Susanna Asatryan

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

Problematizing Intercultural Communicative Competence in Language Teaching and Learning

Souad Boumechaal

University of Leeds (United Kingdom)

Reading Out Loud: Perceptions and Practices of Primary School Teachers

Sandrina Esteves

ISEC Lisboa (Portugal)


Ana Patrícia Almeida

ISEC Lisboa (Portugal)

Stand-Up Strategies and their Use in Teaching

Aleksandra Talanina

Saint-Petersburg Mining University (Russian Federation)

Student-Led Grammar Revision Project: Empowering Level 1 Spanish Beginners’ Students to Facilitate their Own Learning

Nadezhda Bonelli

University of Sheffield (United Kingdom)

Teachers’ Attitudes towards Theatrical Laboratories and Experiential Learning: Lithuanian Case

Giedre Straksiene

Klaipeda University (Lithuania)

The Adaptive Approach: A Step Forward

Enrique Porrua

University of North Carolina at Pembroke (United States)


Roxana Renken

New Century International Middle School Fayetteville (United States)

The Efficient Communication in Kindergartens (Organizations) Affects the Psycho-Social Development of the Children

Arlinda Ymeri

University of Scutari "Luigj Gurakuqi" (Albania)

The Integrated Programme of Study for Literature in Cyprus’ Education

Afroditi Athanasopoulou

University of Cyprus (Cyprus)

The Pedagogical Potential of MOOCs for Creating a Collaborative Learning Environment

Svetlana Titova

Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russian Federation)

The Use of ICT in Project-Based Teaching in Higher Education

Panayiota Hadjiconstantinou

Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

Studies on Language Acquisition
Title of Abstract Name Institution
A Study on Impoliteness Encountered by Chinese EFL Students Studying in English-Speaking Countries

Meng Yu

Nankai University (China)

Communication Competence Related Skills in the Context of Student Performance and Teaching in EFL Classroom

Goran Bubaš

University of Zagreb (Croatia)


Andreja Kovačić

University of Zagreb (Croatia)

Decoding South Africa’s Reading Crisis: A Phenomenological Case Study Exploring Reading Pedagogy in the Intermediate Phase at Three Selected Schools in Limpopo Province

Phineas Chidi

University of Limpopo (South Africa)

Does Learners’ Shared L1 Use for a Task Completion Hinder L2 Development?

Natsuyo Suzuki

Rikkyo University (Japan)

Enhancing the Use of the Spanish Language in a Service-Learning Environment

Sydney Belcastro

Wheeling Jesuit University / Dixie State University (United States)


Briana Moorman

Wheeling Jesuit University / Dixie State University (United States)


Allen Marangoni

Wheeling Jesuit University / Dixie State University (United States)


Luis Arévalo

Wheeling Jesuit University / Dixie State University (United States)

Learning EFL Formulaically through Authentic Children’s Picture Books: Implications for Implicit Learning

Licia Masoni

University of Bologna (Italy)

Learning German as a Foreign Language: An Empirical Investigation of Motivation Based on Self-Determination Theory

Konstantinos Chatzidimou

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)

Low-Immersion versus High-Immersion Virtual Reality: Definitions, Classification, and Examples with a Foreign Language Focus

Regina Kaplan-Rakowski

University of North Texas (United States)


Alice Gruber

University of Applied Sciences Heilbronn (Germany)

Modern Scientific Communication and its Efficacy through the Prism of Science Education: Dialectic Interaction between Cognition and Discourse Phenomena

Elena A. Notina

RUDN University (Russian Federation)


Irina A. Bykova

RUDN University (Russian Federation)


Nebojša Radić

University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)

Non-Native English: In Search for Rhythm

Giedrė Balcytytė-Kurtinienė

Vilnius University (Lithuania)

Pronunciation Accuracy in L2 Speech across Different Production Tasks

Sonia d’Apolito

University of Salento (Italy)


Barbara Gili Fivela

University of Salento (Italy)

Relationships between Students’ Grammar Acquisition, Computer Literacy and Self-Regulation Variables in a Virtual Learning Environment with Wiki-Based Grammar E-Tivities

Andreja Kovačić

University of Zagreb (Croatia)


Goran Bubaš

University of Zagreb (Croatia)

Representations of L1 and L2 Words in Preschool Children’s Mental Lexicon

Dubravka Vilke-Pinter

University of Zagreb (Croatia)


Darko Pinter

DV Sunce, Zagreb (Croatia)

Teaching and Learning L2 Spanish Intonation: Technology and Classroom Instruction

Angela George

University of Calgary (Canada)

The Impact of Social Networking Sites in Spreading Innovative Words among Iraqi College students

Bushra Khalaf Edam

University of Thiqar (Iraq)


Zaman Hasan

University of Thiqar (Iraq)

The Mosaic of Ecological Discourse in the Light of Translation Studies and Cognition

Irina A. Bykova

RUDN University (Russian Federation)


Elena A. Notina

RUDN University (Russian Federation)


Nebojša Radić

University of Cambridge (United Kingdom)

The Role of EFL Teachers in Decreasing Learners' Reticence

Nahid Zarei

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

Toward a Theory of Linguistic Adaptation: Research on Undergraduates’ Current Situation on Second Language Writing in IELTS

Meng Yu

Nankai University (China)

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