Oral presentation

1A-1 Unkyoung Maneg    
  Korean Primary Students Perception of English Vocabulary in their English Textbook 14 - 17
1A-2 Hsiao-fang Cheng    
  Effect of Post-task Activity on Writing Performance 18 - 21
1A-3 Hsueh Chu Chen and Qian Wang    
  The Roles of Prosodic Sensitivity and Phonological Awareness in Second Language Learners' Reading Development 22 - 23
1B-1 Peter Carter    
  Developing Academic Writing 24 - 25
1B-2 Charles J. Anderson    
  Exploring formative feedback use in an EFL university setting 26 - 29
1B-3 Hyeyoung Kim and Beommo Kang    
  Gender and Usage of Discourse Markers in Spoken Korean 30 - 31
1D-1 Hyung-Ji CHANG    
  The Effect of Free Voluntary Reading on College English Reading Class in Korea 32 - 37
1D-2 Gong Ming    
  Foreign and Local Textbooks Evaluation in the Exam-oriented Environment at Private Colleges in China 38 - 43
1D-3 Arthur McNeill    
  Teacher language awareness: insights from vocabulary knowledge profiles and individual teaching philosophies 44 - 47
1E-1 Qing Ma, Angel    
  Vocabulary Learning and Teaching Beliefs of Pre-service and In-service Teachers in Hong Kong and Mainland China:A comparative study 48 - 53
1E-2 Jing Xu    
  Differential Effects of two types of written corrective feedback (i.e. Direct focused and direct unfocused) on the accurate use of grammatical forms by teenage HK ESL learners 54 - 59
1E-3 Cheryl Wei-yu Chen    
  How do EFL university writers collaborate in group work? A comparison of skilled and unskilled writers 60 - 61
1F-1 Soyeon Kang    
  The Acquisition of English Dative Constructions by Korean EFL Children 62 - 67
1F-2 Yi Xu    
  The Accessibility Hierarchy in Chinese Relative Clauses 68 - 73
1F-3 Yusuke Kondo, Aya Kitagawa, and Michiko Nakano    
  Does vowel quality really matter? 74 - 79
1G-1 Chiou-hui Chou    
  Scaffolding EFL Elementary Students to Read English Picture Storybooks 80 - 83
1G-2 Rieko Matsuoka    
  Evaluation of TLT software program 84 - 87
1G-3 Hikyoung Lee and Kazuharu Owada    
  Asynchronous Written Online Interaction among Non-native Speakers of English 88 - 89
1H-1 Myeong-Hee Seong and Katie Mae Klemsen    
  Students' Perceptions of TOEIC Classes Taught by Native English Teachers 90 - 93
1H-2 Anthony Cripps    
  Breathing life into an economics course: Reinvigorating "the dismal science" 94 - 95
1H-3 Koji Uenishi and Masaki Akase    
  A Comparative Analysis of English Textbooks in China, Japan and Thailand:A Focus on Wh-interrogative Questions 96 - 102
1J-1 Saeromi Kim and Seok-Hoon You    
  L1 Acquisition of Binding Principles A and B in Korean 103 - 108
1J-2 Bong, Hyun Kyung Miki    
  Lemmatic Transfer in the Second Language Acquisition of English Prepositions 109 - 116
1J-3 Miki Makino and Seok-Hoon, YOU    
  Sino-Japanese Effect in the Learning of Korean Language by Japanese Native Learners 117 - 122
2A-1 Yi Lin    
  A Language Awareness Approach to English Language Teaching in Joint Programs in China 123 - 128
2A-2 Seok-Hoon You and Sarah Yoon    
  A Protocol Discussion for an Enhanced Team Discussion in the Language Classes 129 - 131
2A-3 Anthony Cripps    
  Views from the bridge: Evaluating a short-term study abroad programme 132 - 133
2B-1 Yanyan ZHANG    
  An Investigation of the Use of Linking by Chinese EFL Learners 134 - 139
2B-2 Yuk-Nui Aouda AU    
  The Markedness theories and the relationship between /n/ and /l/ in the English syllable of Cantonese speakers 140 - 141
2B-3 Xiao Jing and Zhang Yanyan    
  A Study of Chinese EFL Learners' Acquisition of English Fricatives 142 - 148
2D-1 Kong Ying Yuk Amy    
  Social-Cognitive Dimensions of L2 Peer Revision 149 - 152
2D-2 Minhui Lu    
  "Why do we need to learn English in Taiwan?" English language ideologies in a country seeking internationalization 153 - 160
2D-3 Enid Lee    
  Chinese as a Heritage Language in the Japanese Context: Perceptions, Attitudes and Challenges 161 - 166
2E-1 Tan Jin, Barley Mak and Li Liu    
  Scoring Second Language Speaking Performance: Exactness or Fuzziness? 167 - 170
2E-2 Yoshihito Sugita    
  Differences in raters' severity, consistency and biased interactions between trained and untrained raters in the context of a task-based writing performance test 171 - 176
2E-3 Li Liu, Barley Mak and Tan Jin    
  Anchoring writing scores with candidates' performances: IELTS and TOEFL perspectives 177 - 180
2H-1 Judy Yu-Li Hsu    
  English Coaching in Taiwan Public Elementary Schools: Is it Possible? 181 - 188
2H-2 Marie-Emilie Masson    
  Collecting student perceptions of feedback through interviews 189 - 193
2J-1 Lixing Chen    
  Chinese Students' Learning Anxieties and Fears: Personal Stories of Learning Strategies in the Semi-functional English Language Environment 194 - 199
2J-2 Mohammad Aliakbari and Nasrin Soltani    
  Variation of learning Styles among Iranian EFL Learners: Effects of Culture, Language Background and Gender 200 - 209
2J-3 Xu Lin    
  An Analysis of English Learning Agendas. Private college students in China as the new and more pragmatic type of English Learners 210 - 215
3A-1 Naomi Kakihara    
  A Practical Program for Teaching English to Children 216 - 219
3A-2 Yihsuan Lin    
  Reading for Translation: How University Students' Reading Stances Interact with Translating Process 220 - 221
3B-1 Hye-min Jo and Beom-mo kang    
  The use of Symbolic Words in Korean Newspapers 222 - 225
3B-2 Igor Smerdov    
  Textual Analysis of Chinese College Students' Typical Problems in English Argumentative Writing 226 - 231
3D-1 Feifei Han    
  Relations among Motivation, Reading Amount, Awareness of Strategy Use and Achievement in Foreign Language Reading 232 - 236
3D-2 Jinlan Xu    
  Mainland Chinese English Learners' Biographies: Successful Strategies and Failure Patterns 237 - 242
3D-3 Anita Y.K. Poon    
  A survey on language attitudes: What are the implications for English language teaching? 243 - 246
3E-1 WANG Xia-yue    
  Study on dual classifiers 'shuang' and 'dui' in Chinese by image schema 247 - 252
3E-2 Po-Ting Chen    
  Processing Passive Sentences in Mandarin Chinese 253 - 256
3E-3 Wu Tong    
  SVIO NP Determiners' Acquisition in L2 Mandarin Chinese of L1Korean 257 - 260

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