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BukuThe 62st TEFLIN International Conference: Teaching and Assessing L2 Learners in the 21st Century, Denpasar, 14-16th September 2015, Book 1
Author: [s.n]
Topik: English language; English language - Study and teaching; Linguistics; English language teaching
Bahasa: (EN )    ISBN: 978-602-294-066-1    
Penerbit: English Department Faculty of Letters and Culture in Collaboration with Post Graduate Study Program Udayana University     Tempat Terbit: Denpasar    Tahun Terbit: 2015    
Jenis: Proceeding
Fulltext: cover, foreword.pdf (16.13MB; 22 download)
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  1. Cover, foreword
  2. Table of Content
  3. Masternya, halaman 1-1012
  4. The Effectiveness of Using Caricature Media in Teaching Argumentative Writing at Second Year Students of SMA PGRI 109 Tangerang a Classroom Action Research), halaman 1-9
  5. The Use of Story Reenactmentto Teach English For Young Learners, halaman 10-18
  6. Developing Teaching English Modality Model By Applying Intasc Standards at The English Department of Ikip Mataram, halaman 19-24
  7. Vocabulary Learning Strategies Preferences By EFL University Learners, halaman 25-34
  8. Using Smartphones In English Language Teaching, halaman 35-43
  9. Mother Tongue and English Language Learning: A Critical Analysis of Language Acquisition Divice Theory, halaman 44-52
  10. Adopting Finnish Lesson on Teaching English For Young Learners (A Case Study at SMP Lazuardi Al - Falah Klaten), halaman 53-57
  11. Teaching English Speech Sounds To English Students : Contrastive Analysis Aproach, halaman 58-65
  12. The Use of Total Physical Response Method For Different Learning Styles in English Vocabulary Development, halaman 66-76
  13. What Motivates Indonesian High School Students To Learn English?, halaman 77-87
  14. The Java Island’s Folklore Classification For Developing The Character Building (An Analysis Of Implicature), halaman 88-98
  15. Using Video Games to Improve Students’ Writing Ability, halaman 99-106
  16. Language of Complaints (Direct And Indirect Hotel Guest Complaint), halaman 107-115
  17. What And How Do The Attributes of L1soccur in A Tesol Program, halaman 116-124
  18. Teaching Extensive Reading With ICT, halaman 125-130
  19. English Language Needs of Computer and Networking Technology Students:Voices at Onevocational High School, halaman 131-138
  20. The Role of Needs Analysis in EFL Class, halaman 139-146
  21. Preference of EYL Mixed Class Students’ Intercultural Competence Assessment Tool, Textbook Exercises or Animation Video: What Do We Learn?, halaman 147-159
  22. Teachers’ Opinions on The Implementation of Various Attitude Assessment Instruments in Junior High School in Curriculum 2013: Its Practicality, halaman 160-165
  23. Innovation of Teaching and Learning Englishapplied to Animal Sciences’ Studentwith The Combination of Computer Media and Audio Visual, halaman 166-172
  24. Teaching Real-Life Experience in Translation Class: The Application Of Multiple Intelligences to Facilitate Students’ Different Learning Styles, halaman 173-182
  25. Translation as a Method of Transferringintercultural Pragmatics in Foreign Language Teaching/ Learning, halaman 183-191
  26. Classroom Personality and English Proficiency Diagnostic Assessments For Pre Occupied English Teachers in Digital Era, halaman 192-201
  27. Assessing ELF Proficiency in Project-Based, halaman 202-210
  28. Local Culture Conservationthrough English Trainingdesign for Hawkersto Improve Communicative Servicesfor Foreigntourists Visiting Yogyakarta, halaman 211-220
  29. Mindvisualizer Application in Class of Speaking, halaman 221-227
  30. The Effectiveness of Personal Dilemma Technique on Teaching Speaking Skill For EFL Learners, halaman 228-232
  31. Exploring Apology Strategies Used By Tourism Students in Handling Complaint Situations, halaman 233-240
  32. Applying The Acquired Knowledge and Skills From The Mtcp Course, 21st Century Pedagogical Skills: Best Practices and Assessment in IPGKBA To Enhance Listening and Speaking Skills Among Undergraduates of Adi Buana University Surabaya, halaman 241-248
  33. A Comparative Study of Using Multimedia vs Flash Cards on Students’ Vocabulary at Fourth Grade Elementary School Students of 15. ULU Gadut Padang., halaman 249-257
  34. Fulfilling Freshmen’s Expectations for Better English Performan cethrough Communicative Drillsa and Exercises, halaman 258-264
  35. Exploring Debate as a Tool to Develop English Communication Skill in ESP Classromat Accounting Departmentstate Polytechnic of Malang, halaman 265-269
  36. Utilizing Literary Works For Writing Opinion Essays, halaman 270-276
  37. The Students’ Need Analysis to Develop Teaching and Learning Materials of English Proficiency Test, halaman 277-281
  38. Pragmatic-Based Listening: A Solution For Boosting The English Proficiency of The Indonesian Learners of English, halaman 282-286
  39. Extensive Listening: Design and its Implementation, halaman 287-294
  40. Learning Factors of Good EFL Learners in Indonesian Context, halaman 295-298
  41. Listening to Music, Does it Relate to Students’ English Skills?, halaman 299-306
  42. ‘Pic-Mix Discovery’ Model to Cultivate Cultural Understanding and Multiliteracies in Teaching English for Young Learners, halaman 307-312
  43. The Principles of Need Analysis for EFL Teacher Professional Development in Indonesia, halaman 313-318
  44. Mother Tongue and English Language Learning: A Critical Analysis of Language Acquisition Divice Theory, halaman 319-325
  45. Activate Students’ Prior Knowledge in Writing by Implementingsandwich Graphic Organizer, halaman 326-331
  46. Students’ Needs of English Writing Materialat FPBS IKIP Mataram, halaman 332-336
  47. Boosting Speaking Skills Through Board Gamesfor The 2nd Semester Students of Adi Buana University Surabaya, halaman 337-343
  48. Using Corpora to Design a Reliable Test Instrument For English Proficiency Assessment, halaman 344-352
  49. Sentence Complexity: an Authentic Assessment to Improve Indonesian EFL Student’s Writing Production, halaman 353-362
  50. Epistemic Beliefs and Achievement Among EFL University Students, halaman 363-369
  51. The Code-Switching in Teacher-Talk in EFL Classroom, halaman 370-379
  52. Linguistic and Cultural Knowledge in Teaching English, halaman 380-385
  53. Perspective Toward Grammar Teaching: a Case Study in The English Department of UNNES, halaman 386-393
  54. Promoting Project for Enhancing Students’ Skill, halaman 394-402
  55. Authentic Materials in Critical Reading Activities, halaman 403-409
  56. Extensive Reading and Vocabulary Acquisition of L2 Proficiency at Informatics Program, halaman 410-416
  57. English for Specific Purpose: Teaching Legal English to Law Students Via E-Learning, halaman 417-428
  58. Roles of Children’s Literature for Adult Learners in L2 Reading, halaman 429-437
  59. How Much is Parents’ SES Worthfor Young Learners to Learn English?", halaman 438-446
  60. A Teacher’s Beliefs in Grammar and Her Teaching Practices: a Case Study of One Experienced EFL Teacher in SMA Negeri 5 Surakarta, halaman 447-453
  61. Increasing Vocabulary by Using Song-Related Reading Texts to Children Aged Six to Twelve, halaman 454-461
  62. Structural and Core Features of Professional Development Activities Done by Professional EFL Teachers in Malang Regency, halaman 462-467
  63. Students’ Preferences Toward Corrective Feedbacks Onstudents’ Oral Production, halaman 468-480
  64. Teachers’ Assessment Beliefs Shift in Adopting New Curriculum, halaman 481-489
  65. Successful English Teacher’s Belief and Practices in Teaching Speaking: Toward The Mastery of Communication Skill, halaman 490-498
  66. Multiple Intelligence in EYL Class, halaman 499-502
  67. Good Practice in Monitoring and Supervising Undergraduate Thesis Written by EFL Teacher Education Students, halaman 503-507
  68. Stimulating Students’ Autonomy in Writing Through Weekly Report, halaman 508-515
  69. Teachers’ Practices on Language Assessment: Some Challenges and Solutions, halaman 516-523
  70. ESP vs EGP: a Reflection of Implementation of Curriculum 2013 in Vocational Schools, halaman 524-534
  71. Character Based Lesson Plan Developed by Prospective English Teacher, halaman 535-540
  72. Authentic Assessment in Teaching English as a Foreign Language: How Authentic is The Authentic Assessment, halaman 541-547
  73. University EFL Learners’ Size of Receptive English, halaman 548-554
  74. Students Discourse Competence in Written Language: How Problematic?, halaman 555-562
  75. Self Assessment for Character Education, Does it Work?, halaman 563-571
  76. A Quasi-Experimental Study on Using Short Stories to Improve The Speaking and Writing Achievements of The Undergraduate Students of Urban and Regional Planning Study Program of Indo Global Mandiri University, halaman 572-580
  77. Need Analysis at Cookery Department of SMKN 3 Parepare (A Study of English for Specific Purposes), halaman 581-585
  78. Enhancing The Vocabulary Mastery of Young Learners by Applying Total Physical Response (TPR) Method Integrated With Picture, halaman 586-597
  79. Blended Learning Through Schoology in Writing Class: Students’ Attitude, halaman 598-604
  80. 463 Formal and Informal Exposure in Acquiring English as a Foreign Language in Indonesia – Teachers’ Challenge in The 21st Century, halaman 605-612
  81. 468 Implementing Social Constructivism For Teaching Content Subject in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Classroom, halaman 613-617
  82. Error Correction as a Method in Teaching Writing to EFL Students, halaman 618-624
  83. What Goes on in The Classroom: a Look at How The Attitude Assessment is Conducted, halaman 625-633
  84. The Use of Four Corners Strategy Inreading Discussion at Access Microscholarship Program in Ambon, halaman 634-640
  85. Vietnamese Students’ Motivation and Attitude Towards Learning English Idioms, halaman 641-655
  86. Exploring 21st Century Teachers:How Are You Ready to Improve With ICT?, halaman 656-664
  87. Learn to Know Yourself and You Learn to Know The World; Practical Steps of Maximizing Self Assessment Practice in Language Classrooms, halaman 665-671
  88. Are Pre-Service Teachers Ready to Accept New Englishes?: a Case Study, halaman 672-678
  89. What Makes a Student-Poet a Poet:Learner’s Autonomy, Creativity, and Self-Identity in The EFL Classroom, halaman 679-685
  90. Indonesian English Teachers' Readiness For ICT Use, halaman 686-693
  91. Dynamic Assessment: Integrating Assessment and Instruction for Primary School Learners, halaman 694-698
  92. Developing a Syllabus and Providing Instructional Materials for The Teaching of English in Kindergarten, halaman 699-708
  93. Utilizing Microsoft Learning Tools in Teaching English in The Framework of 21st Century Learning, halaman 709-721
  94. Setting Up Number Heads Together to Assist Students in Reading Comprehension of Spoof Text, halaman 722-733
  95. Dialogic Book Reading Practices for Primary School EFL Learners, halaman 734-746
  96. The Effect of Using Cloze Passage Technique Toward Students’ Reading Comprehention on Narrative Text at The Second Year of SMAN 1 Rambah Hilir, halaman 747-757
  97. From Letters to Life: Creating Phonics-Based Games for Young Learners, halaman 758-774
  98. Authentic Assessment On Teaching Writing, halaman 775-785
  99. Development of Integrated Writing Instructional Materials (IWIM), halaman 786-791
  100. The Impact of English National Examination: a Case Study of Students’ Test Anxiety Level in Vocational High Schools, halaman 792-801
  101. The Classroom Interaction Strategies Used For English Teaching in Madrasah Tsanawiyah Level, halaman 801-809
  102. “E-Exhibition” a Framework of Students’ Project Based Learning, halaman 810-815
  103. A Breakthrough Syllabus in Teaching Language Testing Course, halaman 816-823
  104. The Relationship Between Parental Involvement and English Reading Achievement of First Grade Students at X Christian School, Tangerang, halaman 824-832
  105. The Role of Translation Competition in Improving Students' English Competence: a Survey Research in 2015 Translation Competition Held in UPH Lippo Karawaci, halaman 833-838
  106. Developing English for Specific Purposes Learning Material to Enhance The Students’ Character Building, halaman 839-845
  107. Students EFL Writing Performances and The Effects of Teacher’s Feedback on The Performances of Writing in Primary School, halaman 846-851
  108. The Implementation of Siop Model in Teaching English at Mechanical Engineering, halaman 852-860
  109. Using Multiple Intelligences Theory to Facilitatepre Service English Teachers’development of Ideas and Creativities in Utilizing Instructional Media, halaman 861-867
  110. Integrating English in The Curriculum of Non-English Department in University, halaman 868-873
  111. Challenges in Teaching EFL for Pre-Service Young Learners Teachers, halaman 874-881
  112. Indonesian Song’s Melody in Teaching English for Young Learners, halaman 882-886
  113. Plagiarism in Students’ Academic Writing: a Case Study of Indonesian Undergraduate Students, halaman 887-894
  114. Learning Science Through English: Tertiary Clil Classroom Interaction in Indonesia, halaman 895-901
  115. Tell Tale Game: Randomized Prompts for Individual and Collaborative Writing Tasks, halaman 902-908
  116. An Analysis of Introductions in English Education Undergraduate Students’ Theses (SKRIPSI), halaman 909-920
  117. Using Portfolio Assessment for Teaching Reading Comprehension to Adult Learners, halaman 921-928
  118. Using Portfolio Assessment for Teaching Reading Comprehension to Adult Learners, halaman 929-938
  119. Critical Thinking in Australian Primary Schools: Pedagogical Implication for EFL Teaching in Indonesian Context, halaman 939-949
  120. The Use of Youtube Videos With Retelling Techniqueto Improve Speaking and Writing Achievements, halaman 950-961
  121. The English Training for Youth With Problem-Based Learning Model, halaman 962-971
  122. Analyses of Rhetorical Moves Structure and Verb Tense of Abstracts in Master’s Foreign Language Theses, halaman 972-979
  123. Learning Business English by Apprenticeship, halaman 980-991
  124. Translation Techniques in Rendering Lexical Items of Indonesian Figurative Senses Into English, halaman 992-1005
  125. English for Specific Purposes: a Communicative Competence Teaching Methodin Tourism Village, halaman 1006-1012

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