Conference Schedule

Conference Day

Friday, May 10, 2013

8:30 – 9:00     Registration & Book Sale (HUM 587, 581)

9:00 – 10:05     Presentations

10:05 – 10:20     BREAK   (Hum 102)

10:20 – 12:00     Presentations

12:00 – 1:30     Lunch (HUM 587, 581)

1:30 – 3:10     Presentations

3:30 – 5:00     Closing Reception (Hum 587)

7:00                 Graduation Party at Jannah Restaurant

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Schedule of Presentations

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9:00-9:30

Writing Prompt Selection in the ESL Classroom: An Inquiry into Student Choice

Brent Smith (Hum 121)

ESL Students’ Spoken Stories: Creative Communication Outside The Classroom

Emily Zastrow (Hum 122)

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9:35-10:05

Bridging the Gap between Ideal and Reality in Japanese English Classrooms

Nami Miyashita (Hum 121)

Integrating English Education with Supportive Services: One Student’s Journey

Amber Wolak (Hum 122)

A Collaborative Teacher Professional Development Program for Instructing Underachievers

Wani Choi (Hum 283)

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10:05-10:20

Mini-Morning Break (Hum 102)

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10:20-10:50

Implementation of a Vocabulary Card Strategy in ESL/EFL Classes

Jungmin Lee (Hum 121)

Survival redefined: Curriculum Development for a Bay Area Refugee Resettlement Agency

Mark Buchsieb (Hum 122)

From EFL to ESL: Chinese Students’ Perspectives on Group Work and Cooperative Learning

Aaron Brown (Hum 283)

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10:55-11:25

Addressing Plagiarism by Developing ESL Writers’ Author Identities

Ashley Peters (Hum 121)

Where are you REALLY from?” – Can Immigrant Students Identify the Language of Discrimination? 

Elissa K. Ouchida (Hum 122)

Using the Native Language: Help or Indulgence?

Bryan Siwei Zhao (Hum 283)

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11:30-12:00

EAP Learners as Language Researchers with an Online Corpus

Misung Lee (Hum 121)

Using Interactive Warm-Ups in a Test-Driven EFL Context

Yanmei Chu (Hum 122)

Challenging Myths: Enhancing the Vocabulary Component of an Oral Skills Class

Leah Wolkovitz (Hum 283)

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12:00-1:30

Lunch (Hum 587 & 581)

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1:30-2:00

Forging Links Between Personal Narratives and Expository Essays: In Academic ESL/EFL

Sanghee Park (Hum 121)

“Edutainment” for Young Korean Learners Using Songs and Animated film

Minsun Ko (Hum 111)

How May I Help You? Polite Telephone Skills for Workplace Communication

Angela Generoso (Hum 113)

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2:05-2:35

Seeds to Trees: Using Low-Stakes Tasks to Cultivate High-Stakes Composition Skills

Cynthia Augsjoost (Hum 121)

The Missing Piece in Business English in Korea

Yunhye Ahn (Hum 111)

Autonomy and Motivation in Language Labs

Claudia Zimmermann (Hum 113)

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2:40-3:10

Are We on the Same Page?  Investigating Role Conflict in Team Teaching

Aaron Sponseller (Hum 111)

Teaching Adult Learners with Limited Schooling: Approaches that Work in the Multilevel ESL Classroom

Katherine (Corrie) McCluskey (Hum 113)

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