RSSDay 2 | August 12, 2016

Teaching Engineering Students’ Pronunciation and Spelling in Russian as a Second Language

Teaching Engineering Students’ Pronunciation and Spelling in Russian as a Second Language

| July 29, 2016

Abstract The presentation will be interesting for teachers, educating international students in technical higher education institutions. The presenter will share the experience of teaching mixed groups of international students, Russian as a second language and more specifically Russian phonetics and spelling. She will concentrate on the sound as the key point in development communicative competence […]

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MIM-GA: Measuring Non-Native Student’s Group Attitude (GA) in using Mobile Instant Messaging (MIM) in Learning English

MIM-GA: Measuring Non-Native Student’s Group Attitude (GA) in using Mobile Instant Messaging (MIM) in Learning English

| July 29, 2016

Abstract The presenter will present on a paper which seeks to validate a questionnaire to measure non-native student’s group attitude in using mobile instant messaging in completing group projects in English language classrooms. Successful language learning often requires students to implement group collaboration in completing certain tasks assigned to them by their instructors. In many […]

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Developing Classroom Interactional Strategies in Blended Micro Teaching Class

Developing Classroom Interactional Strategies in Blended Micro Teaching Class

| July 29, 2016

Abstract This study aims to investigate the level of student-teachers’ general knowledge on managing teaching and learning process in their teaching practicum with a more substantial  focus given on their critical use of  teacher talk, also known as classroom interactional strategies. It then seeks to examine the extent to which student-teachers’ Classroom Interactional Competence have […]

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Improving English Language Skills of School Learners Using Gardner’s  Multiple Intelligences

Improving English Language Skills of School Learners Using Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences

| July 29, 2016

Abstract The theory of Multiple Intelligence (MI) suggests that students have different strengths, learning styles and even learning potential, contrary to the traditional framework of learning where only students with strong linguistic, mathematical and spacial abilities are recognized and accepted, in the society. If teachers are aware of different intelligences possessed by their students, they […]

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Interlingual Errors and Intralingual Errors’ Degree of communication disturbance in Thai EFL Students’ Narrative Writing at KhonKaen University

Interlingual Errors and Intralingual Errors’ Degree of communication disturbance in Thai EFL Students’ Narrative Writing at KhonKaen University

| July 29, 2016

Abstract The purposes of this study were to identify two sources of errors: interlingual errors and intralingual errors occurring in English major students’ writing at Khon Kaen University and to explore the degree of communication disturbance caused by those errors. The participants of this research study were 25 second year English major students of the […]

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Android Application In Teaching Vocabulary, Does It Work? : A Study Case Of Indonesian 7 Years and 6 years old

Android Application In Teaching Vocabulary, Does It Work? : A Study Case Of Indonesian 7 Years and 6 years old

| July 28, 2016

Abstract The development of the mobile phone application has affected the ELT for young learners. The present research is intended to investigate the effectiveness of foreign language vocabulary acquisition through android application in mobile phone.  The subjects are two Indonesian children with the age of 6 and 7. The two participants grow in the same […]

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Students’ Interest Level in Learning English Grammar

Students’ Interest Level in Learning English Grammar

| July 28, 2016

Abstract Students’ interest in learning a foreign language is very important, including in learning English grammar. Without interest, they will have no motivation to learn it. As a result, the purpose of grammar teaching-learning process cannot be obtained. Therefore, the students’ interest level should be measured in order to help them to achieve their purpose […]

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Pragmatic Competence and Learning Needs of English of Students in Tourism Vocational Schools

Pragmatic Competence and Learning Needs of English of Students in Tourism Vocational Schools

| July 28, 2016

Abstract The presenters will show the results of their research on the investigation of the gender-based pragmatic competence of students in Tourism Vocational Schools and their learning needs of English in West Nusa Tenggara province. The samples of this study were 115 students in three tourism vocational schools in two different regions in the province. […]

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The Effects of Multimedia Technology on Electrical Engineering Students’ Reading Achievement

The Effects of Multimedia Technology on Electrical Engineering Students’ Reading Achievement

| July 28, 2016

Abstract The various selections of multimedia reading devices such as the iPad, iPhone, and Kindle hold the prospective not only to replicate traditional textbooks but also to offer for a social interface component. There has been little research conducted on e-reader devices and the effect they hold on learning. Also, the literature has demonstrated that […]

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The Effect of Using Think-Pair-Share Strategy on Students’ Motivation and Their Speaking Ability

The Effect of Using Think-Pair-Share Strategy on Students’ Motivation and Their Speaking Ability

| July 28, 2016

Abstract The present study aims to find out the effect of using Think-Pair-Share (TPS) strategy on students’ motivation and their speaking ability. The population was the eleventh grade students. In order to take the sample, cluster sampling was used. The study was a quasi-experimental research by using non-equivalent control group design. The design was based […]

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