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Buku57th TEFLIN International Conference: Revitaziling professionalis in ELT as a response to the globlazed world, Bandung, 1-3 November 2010
Author: [s.n]
Topik: Linguistics; English language teaching; Linguistics; English Language Teaching
Bahasa: (EN )    
Penerbit: Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia     Tempat Terbit: Bandung    Tahun Terbit: 2010    
Jenis: Proceeding
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  1. Revitalizing the Role of Teachers in Facing Global Era
  2. Towards Professional Teacher with Comprehensive RPP
  3. English Teachers Studying Overseas: Feelings, Expectations, and Perspectives on Professional Development
  4. Promoting a Pancasila Democracy through Teaching English to Students with Visual Impairments
  5. An Investigation of English Pre-Service Teachers’ Performance: (A Case Study in One Senior High School in Bandung, West Java)
  6. Metacognitive Strategies Employed by Graduate Students In Writing Term Papers in English
  7. Teaching English as the Main Language in Intercultural Communication: Investigating Indonesian English Teachers’ Challenges
  8. Becoming More Responsive Teachers Through Learning Style Grouping
  9. Preparing English Teachers for Students in EFL Context: Is it About The Ingredient of The Cooking Process
  10. A Profile of Initial Teacher Education for English Language Teachers in Indonesia
  11. The English Teacher’s Problems of The Implementation of KTSP in Teaching English at Vocational School (Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan/SMK)
  12. Revitalizing EAP Programs in Indonesian Context
  13. Framework for an International Teaching Practicum: The Professional Dimensions
  14. Teachers Immediacy Behaviors in EFL Classrooms
  15. The Role Of Teachers Community In Teachers’ Professional Development
  16. Assuring Quality In Teaching: A Profile Of Teaching Performances And Efforts To Upgrade Pedagogical Skills At Ma Chung University
  17. The Effect of Teaching EFL through Poems Exposure on Fifth Graders’ Reading Habit and Reading Achievement
  18. English Teaching in Indonesian Classroom: A Case Study in Indonesian Madrasah to Propose Effective Teacher Professional Development in Indonesia
  19. Assessing the Competencies of High School English Teachers
  20. The Students’ Perceptions Towards The Teaching Of English At The Public Health Science Department, Faculty Of Public Health Sciences, University Of Sriwijaya, Inderalaya, Indonesia
  21. “Revitalizing Professionalism in ELT as a Response to the Globalized World
  22. Why Should Teachers And Students Be Aware Of Learning Styles?
  23. Optimizing The Five Academic Skills In Preparing Ibt-Toefl To Increase The Academic Achievements Of University Students
  24. Reading Attitude and Reading Habit of Public Vocational School Students in Palembang in Relation to Their Reading Achievement
  25. Evaluating ‘English for Economics’ Textbook in Tanjungpura University
  26. Developing The Syllabus For English Course Of Industrial Engineering Department Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) Surabaya
  27. Five Pillars Of Teaching English To Young Learners In Indonesia
  28. Register, Genre, and Ideologyin Translation : an Attempt to Develop the Material of Translation Studies in English Department of IKIP PGRI Semarang
  29. National Identity in Local English Textbooks: How is it preserved?
  30. Redesigning The Teaching Of English At Non-english Department At University Of Mataram Using An English For Specific Purpose (Esp) Approach
  31. Needs Analysis For The English Course At A Faculty Of Sriwijaya University
  32. Can Students Self-Assess Their English Proficiency? A Study of Its Validity and Reliability
  33. Choosing ELT Materials to Meet the Challenges of Globalization
  34. The New Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary 8th Edition: Helping Learners to Help Themselves
  35. Involving Students in Syllabus Development of ELT across Curriculum Course through End-of-Course Reflection
  36. Implemented Curriculum At A School Level: A Survey-Based Case Study In Junior High Schools In Sukabumi
  37. A The Relevance of the ESP Textbook with the Workplace Industry’s Need (Analysis of IRE textbook)
  38. Corrective Activity as a Tool to Increase ESL Learners’ Awareness of Standard English: A Malaysian Perspective
  39. Content-Subject Teachers’ Use Of English Classroom Language In Pioneering International Standard Senior High School
  40. A Closer Look at Teacher’s Lesson Plan: Case study in Professional In-Service Teacher Training
  41. Preventing Plagiarism Around Our Campus In Indonesia
  42. Designing A Character Based English Teaching Material For Junior High School Students
  43. Improving Grammar Achievement of the Eleventh Grade Students of SMA Negeri 1 Muara Kuang through Dictogloss
  44. A Survey On The Effectiveness Of Test Preparation Class For The National Examination In Secondary Schools
  45. Dynamicity Of Interlanguage Errors: A Case Study Of Indonesian Students Learning English As A Foreign Language
  46. Discovering Native and Non-Native (Indonesian) English Teachers’ Tendencies in Commenting on Students’ English Learning Achievement
  47. Dynamicity Of Interlanguage Errors: A Case Study Of Indonesian Students Learning English As A Foreign Language
  48. A Study On The Relationship Between Language Testing And The Sources Of Anxiety
  49. The Backwash Effects Of Portfolio Assesment: A Case Of Academic Writing Classes At English Education Department Of The University Of Muria Kudus
  50. Assessing Teachers-Made Test,What Does It Imply?
  51. Assessment Profile for Exposition Genre
  52. Assessment and Evaluation on Comic Translation
  53. TheWashback Effect of English National Examination on the XII Grade English Teachers’ Classroom Teaching (A Case Study at Three Secondary Schools in Bandung, West-Java)
  54. Assessing English Education Students’ Information Literacy
  55. Students’ Dominant Mistakes In Learning Forms Of Other, Gerunds And Infinitives
  56. The Use Of Discourse Markers As An Interactive Feature In Science Lecture Discourse In L2 Setting
  57. Critical Success Factors in Online Language Learning
  58. Improving Students’ Essay Writing Skill through Conferencing in the English Education Study Program, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education of Ahmad Dahlan University, Academic Year 2007 / 2008
  59. Teaching English Grammar Inductively and Integratedly to Language Skills: A Pilot Study of Bahasa Inggris Class at IAIN Raden Fatah Palembang
  60. Identifying Students’ Multiple Intelligences and Creating Activities Suitable for Their Intelligences
  61. Teachers’ And Learners Perceptions Of Teaching Learning Strategies In Multi Channel Learning System
  62. Promoting Language Learning Skills to Young ESL Learners
  63. Teacher Talk on Expanding ESL Primary Classroom Discourse (A Case Study in an International School in Bandung)
  64. Mental Modeling: an Effective Pedagogic Strategy in Reading Instruction
  65. The Importance of Learning to Write Academic Texts to Qualify for Thesis Writing: Students’ Perceptions
  66. The Effects Of Using English Captions On Students’ Listening Comprehension
  67. Improving Students’ Reading Comprehension Competence By Using The Implementation Of “Crazy Teacher Reading Technique” In A Whole Brain Teaching Classroom At Sman 1 Welahan Jepara In The 2010/2011 Academic Year
  68. A Practice In Teaching Efl For Young Learners (A Case Study in One of Primary Schools in Bandung)
  69. The Power of Annotated Bibliography in EFLWriting Class: A Lesson Study
  70. Improving Students’ Ability in Writing Descriptive Text Through Picture Series-Aided Learning Strategy at Grade Ten in SMA Negeri 1 Kembangbahu
  71. A Decent Proposal For Bilingual Education At International Standard Schools/SBI In Indonesia
  72. The Use Of Facebook In Developing Students’ English Skills
  73. A Child-FriendlyWay to Teaching Young Learners The Implementation of M-U-F Framework
  74. The Use of PBL in Promoting Teaching Professionalism: A Methodological Proposal for the Professional Education of English Teachers
  75. Meeting Reader’s Expectations: Developing an Academic Essay that Reflects the Thought Patterns of Native English Speakers
  76. Classroom Interaction In Intensive Course (IC) At The English Education Study Program Of Widya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya
  77. Keeping up with Your Students using Running Records
  78. Giving Credit Where Credit is Due (Part I)
  79. In the Midst of Ideological Tensions: An Indonesian Teacher’s Response to Center-based Pedagogy in the English Language Classroom
  80. Promoting the Use of English Presentation in English Classroom Language to Maintain Non-English Subject (Biology) in the International Standard School
  81. A Reflection on Teacher Questioning Types
  82. Determining Effect of Free Writing Activity on Fostering Writing Skill in L2 Students: A T-Unit Analysis
  83. Scientific Proof: Does Frequent Writing Improve One’s Writing Skills?
  84. ApplyingWhole Language Approach and Public Speaking Activity in Smart Ekselensia High School
  85. A Good English Language Teacher: Exploring The Students’ Perceptions
  86. Observing Teaching And Learning Processes (Ethnography Of Speaking In The Classroom)
  87. Cognitive Style and EFL Learners’ Listening Comprehension Ability
  88. Using Music To Promote Communicative Language Learning
  89. Problem-Solving Chronic and/or Severe Student Misbehavior
  90. Meaningful Learning with Student’s Preferred Text Types and Reading Activities
  91. Challenges of Using English as a Medium of Instruction: A View from Indonesian Students
  92. Increasing Student Participation and Motivation Using Cooperative Learning Activities
  93. Teaching ESL Through Content Area Instruction
  94. Incorporating the GlobalWarming Issue into a KTSP-Based ELT Mierza Miranti - Sugar Group Schools, Lampung, Indonesia
  95. The Effect of Oral Communication Strategies Training on the Realization of Communication Strategies in an EFL Class
  96. Learning Behaviors Of Non-English Department Students
  97. The Use of CollaborativeWriting in Teaching Business Correspondence to the Students of State Polytechnics of Sriwijaya
  98. The Process Approach In The Teaching-Learning Of Writing
  99. Choosing and Using Fun ‘Critical Thinking’ Activities with EFL Students
  100. The Partial Immersion Program As A Model Of Bilingual English Class To Lead To The Idea Of The International Standard Schools In The Province Of Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta
  101. The Understanding of English Text Types (Genres) through Comics for Junior High School Students
  102. Developing Students’ Spoken Language Ability through Genre Based Approach in the Genre of Instructing (An Action Research of the First Grade Students of a High School)
  103. Rhetorical Structure of Students’ Questions in English Class Discussions
  104. Marrying Drilling and Cooperative Learning Techniques in Teaching Adult Beginners
  105. An Attempt In Accelerating Students’ Pronunciation And Fluency Through Songs: How Students Perceive
  106. Incorporating Individual Accountability and Positive Interdependence: Assessment in a Cooperative Learning Class
  107. Decreasing The Students’ Errors In Using Cohesive Markers In Their Writing By Using Self Editing Strategy
  108. Teaching writing Through Variety Ways To Encourage Police Officer Students’ Critical Thinking Development In English As A Foreign Language Class (An Experience At Indonesian National Police Language Training And Education Centre Classroom)
  109. Storytelling: An Innovative Language Learning For English Young Learners
  110. Using the Lexical Approach for Developing the Acquisition of Legal English Collocations
  111. Coherence In Letter Genre: Cultural Pedagogy Of Shuttling “Thought”
  112. Teaching English With Natural Acting And Natural Talking (Tenant)
  113. Improving Students’ Ability Towrite Essays Through Self-Assessment
  114. The Effects of “One Stays the Rests Stray” and “Lockstep”on the Enhancement of Reading Achievements
  115. Text Organization And Linguistic Features Of Final Project Report Conclusionswritten In English By Students Of Semarang State Polytechnic
  116. Text Organization And Linguistic Features Of Final Project Report Conclusionswritten In English By Students Of Semarang State Polytechnic
  117. Researching Students’ Critical Thinking in EFLWriting Class ( A case study in English Education Department, Untirta)
  118. Teaching English To Unila Non-English Postgraduate Program: Observation And Recommendations
  119. Using Jigsaw toMake Students Active and Get Better Understanding in Learning Writing
  120. A Reflection on a Teaching Practice: A Study on a Session of Teaching Practicum
  121. Storytelling And Its Relation To Story-Reading: Teacher Perspectives In An Indonesian Primary School EFL Context
  122. A Web-based Model for TEFL and its Effectiveness in Developing Students’ Learning
  123. Improving Students’ Writing Compositions Through Weblogging
  124. The Virtual Teacher Support Network and Democratic Citizenship
  125. Designing Successful Intercultural Exchanges Using Email, Videomail and Facebook
  126. Utilizing Hot Potatoes To Develop Reading Materials For Independent Reading Activity Of The Fifth Grade Students Of Elementary School
  127. Guidelines For Effectively Implementing Large-Scale Computer-Assisted Language Learning
  128. The Application Of ICT And Its Problems In Indonesian English Classrooms
  129. Improving Speaking Skills of Papuan Students through Text Retelling Using Authentic Materials from Freeport Intranet
  130. The Use of Web-based Audio Materials for Listening Class
  131. Utilizing Videocast To Improve Listening Skill Of English Department Students Of Stain Palopo
  132. Targeted Websites For Successful English Language Learning
  133. “Cross-Cultural Apologies in Australian English and Bahasa Indonesia: A Brief Look at its Pedagogical Implications into EFL Teaching in Indonesia”
  134. Sundanese And Javanese University Students’ Request Strategy In Academic Setting
  135. The Realization Of Politeness Strategies In Children’s Refusal ( A Case Study Of Parents’ Educational Background On Children’s Utterances )
  136. Developing Pragmatics Competence in the Classroom
  137. The Diphthongs: the Obstacles for Indonesian Speakers of English
  138. A Study of Speech Production of Adult L2 Learners in UPT BSPB Universitas Jember
  139. From Covering The Wrongdoings To Character Building
  140. Pragmatic Competence in the Spoken English Classroom
  141. Cultivating Vocabulary Acquisition and Respect through Cultural Awareness and Storytelling
  142. Creating Empathy In Responding To Literature For University Students
  143. ‘Corpus Linguistics: The Teacher’s Friend Or Unfriend ?
  144. Iterability In Research Articles Of Social Sciences
  145. The Role of Bahasa Indonesia in EFL Classrooms: A Slightly Neglected Paradigm in Reinforcing Students’ Learning Abilities
  146. Utilizing Free On-Line Corpora to Cope with the Problem of Collocation
  147. Pragmatic Competence In Intercultural Communication: A Case Study Of Apologies Among A Selected Group Of Indian Students
  148. English Poetry By English Students
  149. ‘Film Culture Learning’: English In Actions
  150. Understanding Tenor In Spoken Texts In Year Xii English Textbook To Improve The Appropriacy Of The Texts
  151. Developing Literature-Based Materials For EFL Classrooms At Secondary Level By Using Personal Growth Model
  152. An Archetypal Reading Of The Manarmakeri Myth From Biak, Papua: Its Pedagogical And The Development Implications, And Political Significance
  153. How An Indonesian Child Learns English
  154. Literature In Language Teaching
  155. English Semantics
  156. Pragmatics In Foreign Language Teaching: The Needs And Efficacy Of Instructions In L2 Pragmatics
  157. Appraisal System And Ideology Of Punk Music In Punkzine Column
  158. A Political Discourse Analysis of Barack Obama's Speeches
  159. Accomplishing Coherence In Talk Shows: A Comparative Discourse Analysis Of English And Indonesian
  160. The Gothic Imagination In Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea
  161. Testing American Cultural Knowledge To Indonesian Users Of English

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