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Programme 2017 October

27th International IATEFL-Hungary The Power of Now Conference

Budapest, 6- 8 October 2017

                 CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

FRIDAY, 6 OCTOBER

                Researchers' Mini Conference
10:00-10:45

Opening plenary talk

          Éva Illés        

An unbridgeable gap? Teachers and researchers in education          

10:45-11:00

                                                            Break                                                                 

11:00-11:30

Slot A/1

Melinda Mikusová

Homeschooling as an Educational Alternative in Hungary in the 21st century

Spencer Salas

Problematizing deficit representations of in-service teachershttp://www.iatefl.hu/node/344/edit

11:30-12:00 Slot A/2

Sándor Hetesi

Language and music aptitude: A multiple case study

Reyhan Yildiz

A qualitative inquiry on fluctuation of Turkish EFL teacher trainees’ WTC: gender differences

12:00-12:15                                                             Break                                                          
12:15-12:45 Slot B/1
 

Zsófia Lengyel

Anagram based written word recognition test

Viola Kremzer

How to evaluate meaningfully?

12:45-13:15 Slot B/2
 

Hama Karim Barzan

A Case Study of a Kurdish University Teacher's Perceptions on the Use of ICT in EFL Classroom

László Németh

How Do University-Aged Students Perceive Native English-Speaker Teachers Today?

 

 

13.00–

                  Registration for main conference                     

 

13.30–14.00

How to make the most of your conference

     How to make the most of your association Session B

 

14.00–15.00

                                 Opening ceremony                                         

 

15.00–16.00

                                   Opening plenary talk                                   

Ágnes Enyedi

Time - the 4th dimension

 

16.00–16.30

                                     Tea Break                                                  

 

SESSION 1

1.1.

1.2.

1.3.

1.4.

1.5.

1.6.

1.7.

1.8.

 

 

16.30-

17.15

 

Greg Lyons

Drama in ELT

 

Native Speaker Network

Péter Rádai

Going 2 a UK Uni? Only with the right personal statement!

 

Euroexam International

Sponsored

Eva Lange

 

The secrets of successful teaching of dyslexic students

Anna Csíky & Zsuzsa Lindner

 

Homework that works

Juan Uribe

 

Being affective is truly effective!

Eszter Nagy

Here and Now Within: What is Happening on our Inner Stage?

Rita Divéki

Using talk shows in the EFL classroom for skills development

Philip Saxon

Content Based Instruction: making the most of authentic materials

 

17.15–17.30

                                     Break                                                      

 

SESSION 2

2.1.

2.2.

2.3.

2.4.

2.5.

2.6.

2.7.

 

 

 

17.30-

18.00

 

Jen MacArthur,

Colin Vandergraaf,

Laszlo Vizsy

 

Learn more about the Regional English Language Office

Annamária Sinka & Beáta Madarász

The power of digital storytelling for childen with ADD/ ADHD

Zsuzsanna Zsubrinszky

The linguistic aspects of English for Diplomatic Purposes

Éva Illés

The benefits of here and now: off-task interaction in the classroom

Krisztina Túri

The Gift of Voice, the Power of Words

Nóra Nagy

Behind the scenes: exploring illustrated fiction made for language learners

Kata Csizér

Second language motivation: The views of English teachers

 

18.00-18.15

                                      Break                                               

 

SESSION 3

3.1.

3.2.

3.3.

3.4.

3.5.

3.6.

3.7.

3.8.

18.15-

18.45

 

Irina Koptelova

Using "cookery" metaphors as terms in economic and business English

Judit Gál

Let’s go LEGO:

How to ignite enthusiastic and effective way of language learning through Lego elements

Jasmina Sazdovska,

Zsuzsanna Soproni

Debating nativeness versus qualifications

Rita Szaszkó

EFL students’ intercultural encounters and skills development via films

Reményi Andrea

A multi-dimensional analysis of a language examination

Anna Kruppai

Application of YouTube videos in the course of EFL in high schools inside and outside the classroom

Iryna Lebid

Don’t be afraid of creativity, be brave: there are so many interesting ideas around us

Laura Furcsa

Kisné dr. Bernhardt Renáta

Teacher students' approach to the concept of foreign language learning

 

18.45-19.00

                                      Break                                               

 

19.00-22.00

 

RECEPTION

SOCIAL PROGRAMME: ETHNOSOUND - Interactive drum show                 

 

SATURDAY, 7 OCTOBER

08.00 -

                 Registration                     

 

09.00–09.15

                            Welcome + Housekeeping                              

 

09.15–10.15

                            Plenary talk : Evan Frendo                             

Needs analysis - there’s no time like the present

 

10.15–10.30

                                        Break                                                 

           

SESSION 4

4.1.

4.2.

4.3.

4.4.

4.5.

4.6.

4.7.

4.8.

4.9.

4.10

10.30 – 11.15

 

Ágnes Enyedi

Question Your Questions

Jonathan Hill

Using information technology in the ELT classroom

Anthony Laudadio, Susann Pihl

CLIL in Today’s Primary School Classroom

Mark Almond

Improvisation Skills For Fluency

 

PILGRIMS

Sponsored

Rachel Appleby

The confidence to stand up and talk!

Julia Aliverti

Writing with light- Photography and the ELT world

Jen MacArthur

 

13 Ways of Using Poetry in the EFL Classroom

Johanna Szőke

 

Which English(es) to teach?

 

 

Hegedűs Kristóf

Giving feedback that works - and engaging your students in the process

 

Euroexam International

Sponsored

Ozlem Yagcioglu

Motivating Activities in Speaking and Listening Classes

                       

11.15–11.45

                                  Coffee break                                        

 

SESSION 5

5.1.

5.2.

5.3.

5.4.

5.5.

5.6.

5.7.

5.8.

5.9.

5.10

11.45 – 12.30

 

Evan Frendo

Q&A and practical session

Erika Osváth

Learning to listen

Susan Holden

From ideas to reality

 

 

SWAN

Sponsored

Mike Harrison

 

Visual organisers: where we are and where we're going

Edit Kozma

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?

Queenie Tan

Using Music And Movement To Teach English To Young Learners With Dyslexia

Éva Hildebrand

From passive TV series consumers to active English speakers

Vasiliki Mandalou

Peripatetic Philosophy: A key to Learning Success.

Katarzyna

Wiącek, Katarzyna Laziuk

Teaching values through communicative activities

Rebecca Hancock

Integrated learning and its role in 21st century education

 

12.30–13.30

                                      Lunch (optional menu on-site)                                              

 

SESSION 6

6.1.

6.2.

6.3.

6.4.

6.5.

6.6.

6.7.

6.8.

6.9.

6.10

13.30 – 14.15

Bujtás Barbi

Taming authentic content for beginners

Szesztay Margit

Rethinking 21st Century skills: zooming in and zooming out

Rob Howard

EFLtalks - teachers teaching teachers – Connecting

Anton Prochazka

The World Around Us -  CLIL- Science Activities for the Classroom

Ferenc Kelemen

Teaching with Technology

Zoltán Rézműves

The time is now: Learning in the 21st century

Cosima Wittmann

Picturing the Present or How to Choose and Use Images Effectively

TELC Sponsored

Angelos Bollas

Affect for Better Effect

Lisa Horvath

Acquiring English Proficiency through Stories

Ana Rudnicki & Vesna Bajic

Overcomnig obstacles in multicultural communication

 

14.15–14.30

                                      Break                                               

 

 

14.30-15.30

                                    Plenary talk                                    

Linda Ruas

The world in the classroom; the classroom in the world

 

15.30–15.45

                                      Break                                               

 

SESSION 7

7.1.

7.2.

7.3.

7.4.

7.5.

7.6.

7.7.

7.8.

7.9.

7.10

15.45 – 16.30

Steve Oakes

Spiraling Upwards: Harnessing the Cyclical Syllabus

Valéria Árva

Hickory Dickory Dock … Creative Use of Nursery Rhymes in Early Childhood Language Development

Angela Lloyd

Redefining communicative competence in English used as a lingua franca

 

Litza Juhász

DepARTures – Using Works of Art in Your Classroom

Ferenc Kelemen

So serious?

 

Sponsored

Sinéad Laffan

Finding your own best teaching self: why professional development matters

 

Judit J. Tóth

et al.

A Summer Full of Professional Adventure

 

Barbara Dvornik

Going to the heart of art

Simon Marshall

Listening in the Here and Now

 

 

Sanja Čonjagić & Sonja Josipovic

Effective ways of exploiting videos

 

16.30–16.45

                                      Break                                               

 

SESSION 8

8.1.

TESOL- Greece

8.2.

HUPE-

Croatia

8.3.

IATEFL-Poland

8.4.

ELTA-

Serbia

8.5.

Moldova

8.6.

Slovakia

8.7.

APABAL

8.8.

Macedonia

8.9.

ATECR Czech Republic

8.10

TESOL-

France

16.45 - 17:30

Ioanna Ntaidou

Language Patterns to Influence Learners Based on NLP

Lana Duka Zupanc

The Weather Report and Other Fun Activities

Izabela Gwinner-Stwora

Time-saving  ideas with a dose of magic for learners motivation & collaboration

Ana Tripkovic

Learning tools for captivating learners

Oxana Korcevskaia & Aliona Podolean

Developing Critical Thinking Skills Through Reading

 

Hon Chong

Improvisation skills in the classroom

Fernando Piñón at al.

Developing literacy skills in bilingual learners through digital competence: an Erasmus+ project.

Aleksandra Popovski Golubovikj

Reading Comprehension Activities for "New" Readers

Louel Ross Calleja

Living in a Babel of "Englishes": Helping our learners cope

Csilla Járay-Benn

Principles and tools for the 21st Century

             

17.30–18.00

                                                    Coffee break                                                   

 

18:00-19.00

                                                 Plenary talk                                                  

Hugh Dellar

Following the patterns: colligation and the necessity of a bottom-up approach to grammar

 

 

19.00-20.00

                                                    Dinner                                                     

 (individual arrangements, optional menu on-site)

                      

20.00-23.00

 

     Social Events 

         Much Ado about Loving    

                                           International Evening                                       

 

SUNDAY, 8 OCTOBER

8.15-9.30

                                       

                                        AGM                                               

8.45-9.30

Special event

Danny Singh

The Power of Laughter Yoga in the Classroom

 

9.30-9.45

                                      Break                                               

 

SESSION 10

10.1.

10.2.

10.3.

10.4.

10.5.

10.6.

10.7.

10.8.

9.45–10.30

Hugh Dellar

More than just the answers

Young Learner

SIG

 

Business English

SIG

Moderator:

Anikó Csender

 

ICT

SIG

Moderator:

Johanna Szőke

 

Mentor

SIG

Moderators:

Anna Szegedy-Maszák, Uwe Pohl

 

Cult. and Lit.

SIG

workshop by Gabriella Baka

 

 

SEN

SIG workshop by Jana Jilkova

Helen Sherwin

Ildikó Lőrincz

Learning languages: a snapshot of student teachers beliefs about plurilingualism

 

10.30-10.45

                                                 Break                                                           

 

SESSION 11

 

11.1.

 

11.2.

11.3.

11.4.

11.5.

11.6.

11.7.

11.8

10.45 – 11.30

 

Linda Ruas

How to bring the world into our classrooms: some practical tasks and resources.

Mark Andrews

Opening up your classroom walls to the here and now

Debbie West

What is your cultural drift?

Bartłomiej Janiak

Taking Proper Care of Your Own Brand.

When Being a Hippo is not What you Aim at…

Pearson

Sponsored

Matt Done

Backwards Planning - Putting Communication at the Heart of Lesson Design

 

Katy Anderson Fazekas, Anita Derecskei

Authentic games in the classroom

British Council

Anna Becsei

Educating for the 21st Century – re-imagining our schools for our children’s future

Norbert Mongyi

Testimony-based education engaging students in shaping the future

 

11.30-11.45

                                      Break                                               

 

11.45–12.45

                                     Closing plenary                                        

Harry Kuchah Kuchah

Teaching Young learners and teenagers English: are we all on the same page today?

 

12.45-13.00

                                         Break                                                  

 

13.00 –14.00

                      CONFERENCE CLOSING EVENT + RAFFLE + TREE PLANTING                       

 

14:00-

Elective programme:            

River cruise on the Danube with Mark Andrews as tour guide           

 

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