PAAL2018 Accepted Presentations

Oral presentations

101
Development of a Blended Learning Program for Training Medical Interpreters
Naoko Ono, Junko Okabe, Taeko Hamai, Reika Masuda, Shinyo Lee

102
Research Trends in Computer-assisted Language Learning and Mobile-assisted Language Learning for English
Hyeji Yoon & Hikyoung Lee

103
Social justice reconsidered: The role of English and English education in contemporary South Korea
Lee Jin Choi

104
Combination of Oral and Silent Reading Modes in EFL Reading Instruction
Fumihisa Fujinaga

105
Using a Large Computer Science Corpus to Build an Automatic Writing Suggestion System
Howard Hao-Jan Chen

106
The relationship between depth of vocabulary knowledge and vocabulary learning strategy used by Chinese ESL learners in a study-abroad context
Liu Xiaofei

107
Citation problems of BA thesis written by Chinese students in English
Tianshuang Ge

108
EFL Learners' Use of RCs in Academic Writing
Chae-Eun Kim

109
Analysis of an ELF class course evaluation results
Yuji Nakamura and Adam Murray

110
Implementing Differentiated Instruction in EFL Junior High Schools: The Obstacles and Challenge
Chih-Jung Hsu and Yuh-Show Cheng

111
Written Corrective Feedback: The role of metalinguistic explanation
Yoko Asari

112
Evidence for Chinese negative transfer in English translation tasks
Shih-Wen (Winnie), Wang

113
Corpus-based descriptions of certain aspects of the lexical and phonological characteristics of eight varieties of World Englishes
Leah Gilner

115
Effects of Using Reading Cards to Promote Reading Comprehension of Grade 10 Students
Uthaivan Danvivath* and Nathaporn Phong-a-ran

116
The Classification of Thai Amplifiers: A Cognitive Linguistic Perspective
Maliwan Bunson,Tongtip Poonlarp

117
ACCESSING COMMUNICATION BARRIER BETWEEN DOCTORS AND PATIENTS IN THE GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS OF LAHORE AND PESHAWAR
Tallat Jabeen

118
Teaching and learning of primary children's literacy skills through distance modes
Ko Chao-jung

119
Perceptions of English as an International Language by Korean English-major and non-English major students
Ju Seong Lee, Yuji Nakamura; Kilryoung Lee, Hideki Okabayashi

120
Development and validation of English as an International Language Perception Scale
Ju Seong Lee; Yuji Nakamura; Kilryoung Lee; Hideki Okabayashi

121
Verbal Features in Written Singaporean English and Syntactic Influence from Substratum Languages
Steven Adam

122
Effects of using Reading Cards to Promote Reading Comprehension of Grade 10 Students
Uthaivan Danvivath and Nathaporn Phong-a-ran

124
Consideration of the web-based learning method: regarding English prepositions
Hyowon SONG

125
The Effect of Using CAN-DO lists on EFL Learners' Proficiency and Awareness
Junko Kobayashi

126
Lexical Priming in L2 Thai Learners with Different Degrees of English Exposure
Suparuthai It-ngam and Sudaporn Luksaneeyanawin

127
To What Extent Can EFL Learner's Writing Skill Improve by Receiving Metalinguistic Feedback and Unfocused Revised Articles?
Ning Kan

128
An examination into how CLIL can contribute to a young child's heritagelanguage and cultural identity: A case study of a Japanese language school for Anglo-Japanese children in the UK
Barry Kavanagh

129
Factors Related to EFL Learners' Speech Production: Segmental and Suprasegmental Features
Lee, On-Soon & Park, Jeongyeon

130
Exploration of Modals as a Hedging Device in the Academic Text Written by International Postgraduate Students: A Multiple Case Study
Yuichiro Nego

131
Japanese High School English Teachers' Perspectives on Classroom Writing Assessment Criteria: A Needs Analysis
YOKO OI

132
Test-taking strategies in skills-integrated writing tasks
Taiko Tsuchihira, Yuji Nakamura, Kahoko Matsumoto, Kei Miyazaki, Yasuko Ito, Chikul Rasami

133
Semantic Analysis of the Japanese Students' Self-reflective Entries of Intercultural Encounters to Find the Developmental Changes of Intercultural Competence
Kahoko Matsumoto

134
Topic Interest in Reading in a Japanese EFL Context: Flow Theory
Yasuharu Nakamichi

135
Fostering Creative and Critical Thinking Skills – Analysis of the International Baccalaureate's EFL Approaches -
Yuya AKATSUKA

136
Japanese Returnees' Language Learning and Social Identity After Coming Back
Sayuko Nagasaki

137
Using Expectancy-value Theory for Examining Washback in a TOEFL iBT Preparation Course at a Japanese University
Tatsuro Tahara

138
Localization of Oral English Teaching Materials in China
Igor Smerdov

139
An on-line course in how to include reading comprehension for specific purposes in four ability courses: useful tools needed to design it.
José Martín Gasca García

140
The relationship between word error rate and proficiency in automatic speech recognition of L2 speech
Yusuke Kondo, Mariko Abe, Yutaka Ishii, and Yuichiro Kobayashi

150
English for Specific Purpose: Sports-related Students' English Learning Awareness
Eunhee Han

151
Phonological awareness in SLA: Chinese students of Portuguese as a Foreign Language
Ana Margarida Belém Nunes

152
Identities of English language lecturers in universities of mainland China: A multiple case study
Mark Feng Teng

153
Expressive Meanings Conveyed by English and Thai Synesthetic Expressions and Their Translations
Suparak Techacharoenrungrueang and Sudaporn Luksaneeyanawin

154
Implementing multimodal learning approach for foreign language learning
Yihui CHIU

155
How does the Malaysian-Chinese Community Use their Community Languages in Daily Life: A Case Study
Selim BEN SAID and Teresa ONG

156
Verbal Features in Written Singaporean English and Syntactic Influence from Substratum Languages
Steven Robert Adam

158
Pragmatic Transfer in the Speech Act of Refusal by Japanese Learners of English
Naoko Muramatsu

159
Student Perceptions of Group Essay Projects in a Tertiary Institution
Wenli Wu

160
Korean Pre-service Elementary School Teachers’ Perceived Competence and Beliefs about English Language Teaching Skills
Hyun Jin Kim

161
From snap shots to a movie – challenges involved in design and teaching of a presentation class to graduate students in a Japanese university
Uma Maheswari Rajagopalan

Poster presentations

201
Korea's Language Policy Responses to Globalization
Bok-Myung Chang

202
Dialogic interaction in the cross-cultural learning
Akiko WATANABE

203
Comparing the effectiveness of content based learning to language focused learning for advanced learners
Jack Pudelek MSEd.

204
Pronunciation Pedagogy and Teacher Cognition: A Case of an EFL teacher
Kaori Sugita

205
Students' and Teachers' Preference towards Cultural Topics and Contents in Korean University English Language Classrooms
Myeong-Hee Seong

206
Cyclical Blending: a case study of implementation and outcomes
Oguri, Seiko; Allen, D. Patrick; Kato, Tetsuo

207
Complexity, Accuracy, and Fluency from Participants' Perspectives
Reginald Gentry

208
Effects o Meta-Cognition and Self-Regulated Strategies on L2
Unkyoung Maeng; Sung Hye Kim

209
A longitudinal study of Kanji recognition, spontaneous air writing and eye movement by Japanese L2
Yoko Okita

210
A Study on Self-Directed Learning Readiness and Performance of EFL Students in Korea
Hyung-ji Chang, Wonmi Kim, Nan-young Kim & Sung Kyu Yun

211
The Role Processing Difficulty in L2 Grammaticality Judgments
Hye-ryeong Hahn

212
A Comparison of Syllabic Consonants between Korean and American Students
Kwanyoung Oh

213
Undergraduate students' socialization into applied linguistics: An analysis of language-learning autobiographies
Imai, Junko, Fukuda, Shogo, Iwasaki, Ai, Kitamura, Kei, Miyako, Taichi, Sekizuka, Kiho

214
A study of the differences of the effects of learners' different L1s in learning the usages of English preposition "of"
Kota Wachi

215
A Study of L2 Writers' L1 in L2 Writing: Performance and Strategies
Hyesook Park

216
A Case Study on a Holistic Short-Term English Abroad Program for College Students
Eun-Mi Yang

217
Students and Teachers' Preference towards Cultural Topics and Contents in Korean University English Language Classrooms
Myeong-Hee Seong

218
Student and Teacher Attitude towards a Performance Assessment of College English Courses Connected to Extra-curricular Activities
Myeong-Hee Seong

219
A Case Study of Self-Access Language Learning and Learner Development
Eiichiro TSUTSUI

220
Well-formedness of long-distance dependencies in English wh-sentences
Masanori Oya

221
Practice and Possibilities of CLIL in Junior High Schools in Japan: An Investigation of Self-Assessment in Cross-Curricular Learning
Yuko Tominaga

222
A Study on Evaluation of Vocabulary knowledge and Size of Junior High School, Senior High School and University Students from the perspective of CEFR-J
Norifumi Ueda, Eiichiro Tsutsui, Kazuharu Owada, and Kota Wachi

223
Japanese EFL learners' metalinguistic knowledge of transitivity of English verbs: A questionnaire survey
Kazuharu Owada,Eiichiro Tsutsui, and Norifumi Ueda

224
EFL Learners’ Motivational Dynamics in an Online Joint Class with Oversea Students
Satoshi Yoshida

226
L2 speech perception: an effect of listener’s L1 background on comprehensibility judgement
Shuhei Kudo

227
L2 sound perception and lexical knowledge
Jayeon Lim