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IRCELT 2016

April 22-23, 2016

Conference Program

Friday, April 22, 2016
TIME
09:30

09:45

10:00

PLACE
Conference Hall
(Building-B 3rd Floor)
Conference Hall
(Building-B 3rd Floor)
Conference Hall
(Building-B 3rd Floor)

Registration

Music Break

Opening Speeches

10:45

JEBS Presentation

11:00

Students Play “International Classroom”

11:30
TIME

COCKTAIL

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Sahiner

(Building-B 3rd Floor)

PLACE

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Prof. Dr. Deena Boraie
"The shifting landscape of English as the global
lingua franca"

12:00

Conference Hall
(Building-B 3rd Floor)

Prof. Dr. Natela Doghonadze
"Slow Education Movement as a Student-Centered
Approach"
Prof. Dr. Joanne Waterhouse
"Curriculum Leadership for 21st Century Learning"

TIME
13:15
13:15

PLACE
Conference Hall
(Building-B 3rd Floor)
Room: 205
Building B, 2nd Floor

13:15

Room: 203
Building B, 2nd Floor

14:00

IBSU Canteen

WORKSHPOS
Prof. Dr. Deena Boraie
Critically Evaluating an Assessment Tool Using
Standards for Quality Assessments
Prof. Dr. Ekaterina Pipia
Taste while cooking the soup (Application of
Technologies)
Prof. Dr. Irina Bakhtadze
The Importance of Needs-based Approach to
Business English Curriculum
Lunch

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2016 Conference Program PARALLEL SESSIONS SESSION I LINGUISTICS Room: 205 (Building B. 2nd Floor) Chairs: Goderdzi Buchashvili Time Place 15:00 – 16:00 Nino Nijaradze Natia Zviadadze The Ways Students’ Self-Concept Influences Their Goals in Math Achievement Maya Abdelani The Implementation of Facilitators Institutions at Schools Abdurrahman Koca Goderdzi Buchashvili 19:30 P4C and Teacher Education Gülseren Sekreter Irina Bakhtadze 16:00 Presentation Title Effectiveness of Peer Coaching Methods: To Improve Teaching of English Performance Alumni Participation as Employers in Curriculum Development Process in Georgian Universities Cultural Tour (Sightseeing) Dinner Join us at our Gala Dinner to enjoy specialties from traditional Georgian cuisine with a Georgian music and national folk dance. More Objective Zaal Kikvidze Gender-marked Binominals – Linguistic Postulate and Derivational Thinking Natia Vasadze Semantic Change of the Word Meaning Based on Addressing Terms of Sexual Minorities Kristine Tchokhonelidze Contractive View on Parallel Markers in Political Media Discourse SESSION II EDUCATION Room: 203 (Building B. Price: 40 GEL (15 USD) 2 . 2nd Floor) Chair: Zaal Kikvidze 15:00 – 16:00 Time Presentation Title Bahram Navazeni Political Terms in Persian Lia Todua Modern Stylistics – Less Empirical.IRCELT 2016 April 22-23.

3rd Floor ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (ELT) SESSION III 12:30 – 13:20 Chair: Maia Alavidze Maia Alavidze Teaching and Assessing Oral Production Jafar Asgari Arani Teaching English Syntax of Sentence Restatement through an Educational Supplementary Medium Mobile SMSs Ayhan Kaya Native and Non-Native Teachers Effectiveness: Turkish Students’ Perspectives Mahmood Atharizadeh Impacts of Cyberspace and Electronic Tools on Better Understanding of ESP 3 . 2016 PARALLEL SESSIONS ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHNG (ELT) Time 10:00 – 12:00 PLACE Conference Hall (Building B. 3rd Floor) ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (ELT) SESSION I Chair: Tamar Dolidze 10:00 – 10:50 Khalid Al Hariri Tamar Mikeladze Nino Deliksishvili When the teacher speaks ‘an’ English: The NNEST in international contexts Learning how to learn a foreign Language. April 23. Saeed Vocabulary Development Mikheil Gurgenidze Digital Solutions in ELT COFFEE BREAK: 12:00 – 12:30 Building B.IRCELT 2016 April 22-23.A survey of Georgian adolescents Jafar Asgari Arani Teaching English Sentence Paraphrasing Through Syntactic SMSs as Complementary Means Tamar Doldize Raising Cultural Awareness in the English Language Classroom ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (ELT) SESSION II 11:00 – 11:50 Chair: Kristin Plumlee Kristin Plumlee Codeswitching in the Classroom Ekaterine Nakhutsrishvili Classroom Management and Organization at The Foreign (English) Language Lesson Rana A. 2016 Conference Program Saturday.

Global Citizens – Whose Culture Should We Teach? An Analysis of Pre. 2nd Floor) ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHNG (ELT) SESSION I Chair: Ramazan Goctu Omer Sahin Sumeyra Sahin 10:00 – 10:50 Mohamad Yahya Abdullah Ahmed Hani Naif Making use of standardized tests in order to motivate students to acquire English efficiently From Minority to Official Language-The New Status of Kurdish Language after 2003 Ramazan Goctu The Effects of Reading for Pleasure on Georgian University EFL Students` Reading Comprehension (IBSU Case) Showqi Bahumaid Title of presentation Representation of Culture in the EFL Classroom Challenges and Remedies 4 . Nigeria as Case Study Tamuna Khetaguri Mzia Zangaladze Interactive language teaching in Georgian institutions PARALLEL SESSIONS ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (ELT) Time 10:00 – 12:00 PLACE Room: 205 (Building B. 2016 Conference Program ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (ELT) SESSION IV Chair: Rana A. Saeed Manana Garibashvili Mariam Zakariasvili 13:30 – 14:20 Nana Papunashvili Computer-based vs.IRCELT 2016 April 22-23.Independence Turkmen ELT Textbooks Uzoegbu Stephen Chidiebere The Imperativeness of Translation. Paper-based Testing in English Language Teaching Irakli Chichashvili Meretguly Gurbanov Globalised World. History and English Language Learning.

PSYCHOLOGY Time 10:00 – 12:00 PLACE Room: 203 (Building B. 3rd Floor ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (ELT) SESSION III 12:30 – 13:20 Chair: Ramazan Goctu Mufit Senel. Syrynkhan Abdieva Frame Approach to Language Teaching COFFEE BREAK: 12:00 – 12:30 Building B. Deren Basak Cloud-computing in EFL Classes Kafi Razzaq Ahmed Teaching Pronunciation to Students of EFL Ismail Yaman L1 Interference in the Use of Prepositions in L2: The Case of Turkish EFL Learners Azeez Olayiwola Ademola The Effects of the First Language on the Teaching and Learning of a Second Language Murat Demirekin A Study of Language Learning Strategies Used by Pre-Service ELT Teacher PARALLEL SESSIONS ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING . 2016 Conference Program ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHNG (ELT) SESSION II 11:00 – 11:50 Chair: Ramazan Goctu Emine Albayram Peer Assessment in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.IRCELT 2016 April 22-23.Myths and Reality Lela Ebralidze The Role of Translation in English Language Teaching Tamar Tvaladze Application of Mass Media for Teaching ESP Masoud Rahimi Domakani. Iranian Learners' L2 Selves. 2nd Floor) ELT & PSY SESSION I 10:00 – 10:50 Chair: Maia Chkotua Irma Rusadze How to make learning English enjoyable Maia Chkotua Brain-Based Approach to Teaching and Learning English as a Foreign Language Azizullah Mirzaei Mahshid Azizi Farsani Formulicity Enhancement in L2 Input and Learners' Development of L2 Speaking Performance 5 .Any Relevance to their Use of SRL Strategies Misagh Haji Mohammadi Saule Abdramanova.

Ahmad Kasaian. Sedat ALEV. 2016 Conference Program Maia Akolashvili Using Blended Learning in Teaching Foreign Language Writing Margarit Marukyan The Optimal Level of Motivation and Abilities: How they are related to the Development of a Productive Professional ELT & PSY SESSION II 11:00 – 11:50 Chair: Venera Ulker Venera Ulker. Suna OZKAN The Moderating Effect of Organizational Culture on the Relationship Between Bullying and Machiavellianism Babak Mahdavy. 3rd Floor ELT & PSY SESSION III 12:30 – 13:20 Chair: Suna Ozkan Guranda Khabeishvili Creativity in English as a Foreign Language Teaching to Young Learners in Georgian Public Schools Mehmet Sahiner Increasing English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Students’ Motivation and Self-Efficacy in English Language Teaching Ahmet Cezmi SAVAS. Recep Emre Reflecting The Roles of Teachers in Elf Classroom COFFEE BREAK: 12:00 – 12:30 Building B. Ozra Khademi The Relationship between Motivation and Learner Autonomy: An L2 Motivational SelfSystem Perspective Abdulla Alsawalha Qualitative and Quantitative Study on Listening Anxiety of Jordanian Students Majoring in English Language at Jerash University 6 . Unal Ulker Psycholinguistic Nature of Reading Skills Nestan Kvitsinadze Using Newspaper Articles in Teaching Business English – Effective Methods and Means of Learning ( Natia Gabashvili Successful Techniques in Class to Handle Intercultural Barriers Ali Akbar Jafarpour Investigation of Frequent Collocational Errors in the Iranian EFL Learners’ Writing performance Rahman Demirkol.IRCELT 2016 April 22-23.

Telat Dilsiz. Irma Grdzelidze Students involvement in the process of Enhancing quality of higher education challenges and perspectives 7 . 3rd Floor EDUCATION SESSION III 12:30 – 13:20 Chair: Irma Grdzelidze Javid Jafarov Civic Education.a case study COFFEE BREAK: 12:00 – 12:30 Building B. Murat Erguvan Critical Success Factors in the Implementation of Total Quality Management Principles in Higher Education Institutions in Georgia Susana Gomez Value and process of creating collaborative learning projects.IRCELT 2016 April 22-23. Ahmet Procedural Justice and Work-Home Conflict : Cezmi Savaş The Moderating Role of Stress Merve Bakkal Motivating and Assessing Students with a Game-Based Response System: KAHOOT Nino Tvalchrelidze Moving toward culturally-responsive caring M.a longitudinal research study Mariam Merkviladze Stress Management in the Jungle Nikoloz Parjanadze Social Dimension of Bologna Process from Georgia’s Perspective EDUCATION SESSION II Chair: Nino Tvalchrelidze 11:00 – 11:50 Nurten Utar. 2016 Conference Program PARALLEL SESSIONS EDUCATION Time 10:00 – 12:00 PLACE Room: 201 (Building B. Knowledge and Skills in Azerbaijan – a Post-Soviet Country Ekaterine Kvantaliani Influence of Entrepreneurial Universities on the Socio-Economic Development of Developing Countries Nino Alavidze. Tales from Arabia Susana Gomez Teachers and school managers facing the CLIL challenge. 2nd Floor) EDUCATION SESSION I 10:00 – 10:50 Chair: Nino Tvalchrelidze Ahmad_Al-Issa Effective Teaching.

2nd Floor) LINGUISTICS SESSION I 10:00 – 10:50 Chair: Teona Nachkebia Hamzah Ghammaz Phrasal Verbs in Monolingual & Bi-Lingual Dictionaries Maia Gabadadze Literary Text Title as a Lingua-cultural Phenomenon Teona Nachkebia Differentiation of Formal Document Style in the English and Georgian Languages Zhuzhuna Gumbaridze.IRCELT 2016 April 22-23. Tsira Chkonia Creative modification of idioms as a communicative strategy in satirical articles 8 . 2016 Conference Program Social Justice and Equitable Access to Higher Education Irma Kapanadze EDUCATION SESSION IV 13:30 – 14:20 Chair: Larisa Taranenko Larisa Taranenko Prosodic Variability of an English Folk Riddle Taisia Muzafarova Continuous Professional Development strategies within learning communities Shorena Kuchukhidze Managing the Development of the High School Students’ Values While Teaching Through Documentaries Ani Broladze Assessment of Legal Framework and Practical Considerations of Administering Private Higher Education in Georgia Nick Chitadze The role of school education in the promotion the political participation of young generation from minority and rural areas of Georgia PARALLEL SESSIONS LINGUISTICS Time 10:00 – 12:00 PLACE Room: 206 (Building B.

Inga Tkemaladze A Comparative Analysis of English and French Animal Proverbs – From the Perspective of Metaphors Zeinab Gvarishvili. Generic He.IRCELT 2016 April 22-23. Frame . 3rd Floor LINGUISTICS SESSION III 12:30 – 13:20 Chair: Ömer Gökhan Ulum Ömer Gökhan Ulum A Genre Analysis of ESP Book Reviews and its Reflections into Genre Based Instruction Manana Garibashvili. Abdolvahab Samavi Practical Use of the Internet in teaching Relationship between Explanatory Styles and Self-efficacy with Academic Achievement and Mental Health 9 . Tsira Chkonia Kenning and kend heiti as the base model of the modern cognitive metaphors Gulnara Diasamidze Khatuna Tabatadze S.“Moment “ COFFEE BREAK: 12:00 – 12:30 Building B. Cemile ÖZMEN Identifying the Interlingual Errors in English That Stem from Turkish in the Acquisition of Prepositions Lela Abdushelishvili Challenges Faced in Legal Translation and Ways of Overcoming Them Mariami Akopian Language and Gender: He/Man Approach. 2016 Conference Program LINGUISTICS SESSION II 11:00 – 11:50 Chair: Ketevan Dogonadze Ayşe KIRMIZI. False Generics In ELT Ketevan Dogonadze Cognitive Approach to the Study of Referential Expression Distribution in Discourse Ana Chankvetadze “Frame network configuration of “time “in modern English and Georgian languages “.

Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” Symbol as a Means of Revealing Author’s Idea LITERATURE SESSION I Chair: Harun Karaca 11:00 – 11:50 Tamar Kobeshavidze Sadagat Abbasova Harun Karaca Darina Mskhaladze The Oedipus Myth as Intertext in Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot The National and Literary values in Cengiz Dagcı’s novel of “O Topraklar Bizimdir” (It was Our Lands) Use of Pause and Silence in Harold Pinter’s “Birthday Party” COFFEE BREAK: 12:00 – 12:30 Building B. Butterfly” Gunay Allahverdiyeva Isolation Of The Man In Inadmissible Evidence By John Osborne Marina Zoranyan. Manana Aslanishvili Marina Zoranyan The Disillusionment and Decline of the American Dream in F. 3rd Floor LITERATURE SESSION III 12: 30 – 13: 20 Chair: Eliso Pantskhava Eliso Pantskhava Adult Protagonists in James Joyce “Dubliners” 10 . 2nd Floor) LITERATURE SESSION I 10:00 – 10:50 Chair: Marina Zoranyan Serdar Alic Orientalism and Gender Issues in Literature: Revisiting the ambiguity on terms “west-east” and “man-woman” in David Henry Hwang’s “M.IRCELT 2016 April 22-23. 2016 Conference Program PARALLEL SESSIONS LITERATURE 10:00 – 12:00 Time PLACE Room: 204 (Building B.

Dalloway” Yasemin Şanal “Othering” in Bapsı Sıdhwa’s Water and Gloria Whelan's Homeless Bird Tamar Iremadze Imagism as an Anglo-American Poetic Movement CLOSING CEREMONY 15:00 Conference Hall . 2016 Conference Program Anna Tsereteli A The city as character in Virginia Woolf’s novel “Mrs.Building B.IRCELT 2016 April 22-23. 3rd Floor Closing Ceremony Student Sketch Lottery 11 .