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International Burch University May 5-7, 2011


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09:30-10:40 OPENING CEREMONY

Keynote Speech
10:40-11:40 Susan Gass, Distinguished Professor of Michigan State University, USA
“Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching:  A complicated relationship”

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06 May, 2011/ Friday

Keynote Speech
Larry Selinker
14:20-15:20 Director, Research Production Associates
Formerly: Professor of Linguistics, The University of Michigan
and Professor of Applied Linguistics, The University of London
“Some Unresolved Issues in an ELT New Media Age: Towards Building an Interlanguage Semantics.”
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Language TESOL/ Linguistics Linguistics Language and Language Literature Panel Language
Acquisition & TESL/ Culture Teaching Testing and
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Learning TEFL Methodology Assessment
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16:50-17:10 COFFEE BREAKS
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Language English For English For Other FLTAL Language English For Literature Language
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Learning Purposes Purposes Purposes Evaluation related issues
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18:45-19:00 CLOSING SESSION
19:00-22:00 SARAJEVO TOUR
07 May, 2011/ Saturday

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Opening Ceremony 09.30-10.40

Conference Chairman (Welcome Speech)


IBU Rector (Opening Speech)
BiH Delegate
Foreign Ambassadors
I n te r n a t i o n
May 5th, 2011/THURSDAY
1. SESSIONS 12:00-13:30
SESSIONS 1A LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND LEARNING

Functional Categories in the L2 Acquisition of English Morphology


Mohsen Mobaraki, Elaheh Mohammadpour, Birjand University, Iran

Anayzing “Overregularizational” Errors 3 – 6 year -old Children


Made in Mother Tongue, Turkish Acquisition
Abdülkadir Kabadayı, Selcuk University, Turkey

Applying Cognitive Development on Second Language Acquisition (SLA)


Wafaa Abdel Aziz Metwalli, Misr International University, Egypt

Self-perception of non Native Teacher of English in the Expanding Circle


Mehdi Solhi Andarab, Istanbul University, Turkey

Error Distribution in English as a Foreign Language (L2)


Mirjana Matea Kovac, University of Split, Croatia

SESSIONS 1B LANGUAGE EDUCATION

Bahraini EL Teachers’ Attitudes towards Their In-Service Programme:


“Our Voice Counts!”
Hasan Mohsin Alwadi, University of Bahrain, Bahrain

Strategies, New Directions and Resources for Studying Colloquial Arabic


as a Foreign Language
Blair Morris Kuntz, University of Toronto, Canada

A Situated Learning Practice for Language Teaching Classes:


Teaching Spoken English with Authentic Sketches
Hüseyin Efe, Artvin Çoruh University, Turkey
Hakan Demiröz, Cumhuriyet University, Turkey
Ahmet Selçuk Akdemir, Erzincan University, Turkey

The Effects of The Syllabus, Methods and Teaching Styles of Foreign Language Courses
on the Achievements and Attitudes of Students
Mehmet Takkaç, Atatürk University, Turkey
Aysel Çatal, Atatürk University, Turkey
Ahmet Selçuk Akdemir, Erzincan University, Turkey

Dictation and Memorization as Traditional vs. Contemporary Teaching Techniques or


Hodja Nasreddin and the Moon
Raya Stolyar, Levinsky College of Education, Israel
Arda Arıkan, Akdeniz University, Turkey 7
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SESSIONS 1C INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION

I n te r n a t i o
Incorporating Cultural Identity in the English Language Classroom
Marsha Sprague, University of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dijana Markovic-Hajdarhodzic, St. Francis High School, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Challenges of Intercultural Communicative Competence for Polish Learners


Christopher Brighton, PWSZ Krosno, Poland

The Foundations of Intercultural Education


Helena Maria Sabo, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania

Individual Orientations towards Intercultural Differences on the Basis


of a Study Conducted among the Polish Students of English Philology
Piotr Romanowski, University of Krosno, Poland

Pedagogies of the Home and International Schools:


(New) Models for (Inter)Cultural Education?
Bela Gligorova, Nova International Schools, Macedonia

SESSIONS 1D LINGUISTICS

The Linguistics of Wh Questions: Educating the Aborigines in Malaysia


Fazal Mohamed Mohamed Sultan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

Corpus Linguistics through the EC Questionnaire


Igor Ivanović, Institute of Foreign Languages, Montenegro

English Language Teaching through Content


Alice Ying Nie, Georgetown English Language Fellow, Hungary

Semantic Comparison of Set Expressions Connected with “Birth And Death” in Turkish
and Kyrgyz Languages
Ali Dashman, Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University, Kyrgyzstan

Russian Emigration on the Balkans: the “Limnos Episode”


(On Memoirs and Verses of Representatives of White Army)
Natalya Lapaeva, Perm State Pedagogical University, Russian Federation

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SESSIONS 1E DISCOURSE ANALYSES
Afterthoughts on Stability of Idioms
Anahit Hovhannisyan, Gyumri State Pedagogical Institute, Armenia

‘Grown-Up’ Syntax in Children’s Storybooks


Tatjana Marjanovic, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Measuring Authorship - a Tribute to Forensic Discourse Analysis


Nejla Kalajdzisalihovic, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Cultural Translations: Translating India in the 18th Century by the German


missionaries-a Discourse on Cultural Representations
Mercy Vungthianmuang Guite, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

A Comparative Study of Football Commentators’


Discourse in English and Persian Languages
Biook Behnam, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Neda Bimesl, Islamic Azad University, Iran

SESSIONS 1F LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODOLOGY


The Role of Drama in Language Teaching
Gulnar Quliyeva, Qafqaz University, Azerbaijan

The Contribution of Lexical Cohesive Links to L2


Reading Comprehension Test Performance
Hasan Bayraktar, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Teaching English Phrasal Verbs Using a Cartoon Story


Ferit Kılıçkaya, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Western Pedagogical Models of Writing Center Tutorials:


Can They Be Effective in the Middle East?
Maria Eleftheriou, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Letter Transformation at Linguistic Understanding of Deaf People


Husnija Hasanbegovic, Univerzitet u Tuzli, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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SESSIONS 1G LITERATURE

I n te r n a t i o
Shakespeare’s Othello: A Representation of the Clash
between the Orient and the Occident
Alpaslan Toker, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Melih Karakuzu, Atatürk University, Turkey
Parallels and Contrasts between Shaw’s “Pygmalion” and Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House”
Rregjina Gokaj, Albania

Dreaminess in the Poetry of Baudelaire, Verlaine and Petre Stoica


Ghita Nica Florentina, Lucian Blaga of Sibiu, Romania

Modernizam Nasuprot Postmodernizma – Čitanje, Razumijevanje, Poučavanje


Selma Raljevic, Dzemal Bijedic University of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

A Postmodern Study of Doris Lessing’s The Golden Notebook in the Light of Jean-
Francois Lyotard’s Ideas
Shahram Kiaei, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Ensiyeh Sadat Azizi, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Fatemeh Azizmohammadi, Islamic Azad University,Iran

SESSIONS 1H APPLIED LINGUISTICS

Applied Linguistics University Courses Among English Language Students


Jelena Markovic, East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Effect of L1 & L2 Word Glossary on Learning of Technical Vocabulary


Saeedeh Mansouri, Islamic Azad University, Charloos Branch, Iran

I Am Afraid to Speak!! Anxiety and Oral Performance


Zeynep Kocoglu, Yeditepe University, Turkey
Harika Hamzaoglu, Yeditepe University, Turkey

Do We Need a Specific Grammar for Non-Canonical Expressions?


José Manuel Oro Cabanas, University of Santiago De Compostela, Spain

Infringements, Syntactic Transgressions and Nuisances: for a Linguistic Analysis Based


on a Frequential Study of Communicative Will in Vittorio Sereni’s Poetry
Luca Gatti, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy

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SESSIONS 1I LANGUAGE TEACHER EDUCATION
The Role of Using Current Issues of Interest on Vocabulary Learning
Majid Asgari, Islamic Azad University, Hidaj Branch, Iran

The Field is Authentic. How about the Tasks?


Investigating the Authenticity of ELT Practicum Tasks
Rana Yıldırım, Cukurova University, Turkey
Gulden İlin, Cukurova University, Turkey

Expectations and Reality: Practicum from Student-Teacher’s Point of View


Gulden Ilin, Cukurova University, Turkey
Rana Yıldırım, Cukurova University, Turkey

Presence of Andragogical Principles in English Language Teaching Practice


Ervin Kovachevich, International University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Teachers’ Professional Development Tools: Importance and Usage


Galip Kartal, Selçuk University, Turkey
Harun Şimşek, Selçuk University, Turkey

May 5th, 2011/THURSDAY


2. SESSIONS 14:30-16:00
SESSIONS 2A LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND LEARNING

Investigating Effects of Task Structure on EFL Learner’s Oral Performance


Akbar Azizifar, Islamic Azad University, Iran

The Contribution of KET to Achievements of Learners Studying


with the ELP in Reading Skills
Ali Göksu, Bitlis Eren University, Turkey
Melih Karakuzu, Atatürk University, Turkey
Gencer Elkilic, Kafkas University, Turkey
Ali Dincer, Erzincan University, Turkey

Designing a Syllabus of English Language


for First Grade Learners through Action Research
Yasmeen Zafar, University of Management and Technology Lahore, Pakistan

Relationship between Phoneme-perceptual, Phonological and Articulation Abilities


Tsvetanka Lukanova Tsenova, Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria

Ambiguity in Foreign Language Acquisition and Role of Language Aptitude


Alma Jeftic, International University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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SESSIONS 2B LANGUAGE EDUCATION

I n te r n a t i o
Strengthening Higher Education? Perceptions and Realities of the Bologna Process and
Curricular Reform in English Language Programs in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Zoe Brennan-Krohn, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Perception of Turkish Consonants by Korean Speakers


Mevlüt Erdem, Kahramanmaras University, Turkey
Mehmet Akif Kılıç, Kahramanmaras University, Turkey

An Archetypal Study of Ursula K. Le Guin’s Earthsea Trilogy and Reflections in


Language Teaching Through Task-Based Learning
Sibel Ümit, Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey

Being an English Teacher in Turkey: Future Teachers’ Perspectives


Sezgi Saraç, Başkent University, Turkey

A Contrastive Analysis Approach to the Teaching of Auxiliary Selection in L2 Italian


Dragana Radojevic, University of Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro

SESSIONS 2C INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION

Cultural Diversity as a Key Factor in Planning Foreign Languages Teaching Policy in


Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mejra Softić, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Foreign Language Teaching in India: Emerging Trends and Challenges


Mercy Vungthianmuang Guite, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

Intercultural Communicative Competence


Tatjana Dumitrašković, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Attitudes of Language Teachers Towards Teaching Culture


and their Classroom Practices
Cansu Yunuslar Güler, Piri Reis University, Turkey
Selma Karabinar, Marmara University, Turkey

Communicative Language Teaching and Socio-cultural Competence: an Ongoing Process


Elisabetta Pavan, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italy

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SESSIONS 2D LINGUISTICS

Realigning the Linguistics-Literature Interface from a Conceptual Stance


Emir Muhic, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Contrastive Analyses of Post Positions in Turkish Language and Prepositions in Bosnian


Language on the Example of the Novel „Death and the Dervish“
Edina Solak, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Alica Arnaut, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bilingual Students in Primary School in Turkey


Mustafa Sarı, Mevlana University, Turkey

Contrasting through Corpus Linguistics – EU Documents


Igor Ivanović, The Institute of Foreign Languages, Montenegro

The Case of Interlanguage Hypothesis and Agreement


in Second Language Acquisition Empirical Studies
Azamat Akbarov, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

SESSIONS 2E DISCOURSE ANALYSES

Dyslexia/Dysgraphia and Foreign Language Learning:


Analysis of Written Discourse (an Example from Croatia)
Agnieszka Kaldonek, University of Zagreb, Croatia

A Comparative Study Of Compliment Responses in Russian And Turkish


Jiydegul Alymidin Kyzy, Fatih University, Turkey

Discourse via Body Language In ESL Classes


Salah Ali Mohammad Ali, University of Tabuk, Syrian Arab Republic

Personalization in Advertising Discourse


Elena Kurchenkova, Volgograd State University, Russian Federation

Women Soldiers and Male Nurses - Adjustment of Gender Identity


Marijana Sivric, University of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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SESSIONS 2F LANGUAGE TEACHER METHODOLOGY

I n te r n a t i o
Successfulness of Self-Repairs in English as a Foreign Language
Mirjana Matea Kovac, University of Split, Croatia

The Sustainability of Utilizing the Authentic Materials in English Classroom:


from the Perspective of the Theory of Learning
Abdul Mutalib Embong, University Technology Petronas, Malaysia, Zulqarnain Abu Bakar,
University Technology Petronas, Malaysia
Razol Mahari Mohd Ali, University Technology Petronas, Malaysia

Improving Reading Comprehension Skills in ESL Classes through Newspaper Articles


Abdulhamit Çakır, Selçuk University, Turkey

Coopertive Learning in ELT: a Literature Review


Deniz Maden, Süleyman Demirel University, Turkey

Teaching (and Learning) Vocabulary through Etymology


/ Nastava (i Učenje) Rečnika uz Pomoć Etimologije
Davide Astori, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy

SESSIONS 2G LITERATURE

Prisoners of Dreams and Defeated Dreamers: Desire under the Elms vs. the Consul,
the Tanner, and The Actress
Adriana Carina Duban, University of Alba Iulia, Romania

”Sight” – ”Vision” Binomial or the “Poetic Dwelling” of the World: (Pre)Modern


Perspectives in Ioana Em. Petrescu’s Study “Eminescu and the Mutations of the
Romanian Poetry”
Silviu Constantin Mihaila, 1 December 1918 University, Romania

The Suffering Hero in Alan Paton’s Novel, Cry, the Beloved Country
Mohammad Exir, Islamic Azad Univeresity, Iran

Modernism vs. Postmodernism: a Study of Sam Shepard’s Dramatic Dilemma


Mehrnoosh Emamzadeh, Islamic Azad University, Iran

Croatian Translations of Eugène Ionesco


Mirna Sindičić Sabljo, University of Zadar, Croatia

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SESSIONS 2H APPLIED LINGUISTICS

The Concept of “Embryo” between the Indoeuropean and the Semitic Worlds: a
Multilinguistic and Multicultural Analysis
Francesca Bertonazzi, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy

The Role of Language in the Process of Social Integration: from the Ancient Cena
Trimalchionis to the Contemporary World
Maria Elena Galaverna, Università degli studi di Parma, Italy

Two-Level Description of Kazakh Morphology


Atakan Kurt, Fatih University, Turkey
Harun Reşit Zafer, Fatih University, Turkey
Birol Tilki, Fatih University, Turkey
Mehmet Kara, Fatih University, Turkey

Critical Thinking, Critical Cultural Comparison and Tolerance


Mansour Fahim, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Meisam Ziafar, Islamic Azad University, Iran

Arabic-English Bilingual Children’s Metalinguistic Awareness:


Evidence from Typological Bilingualism
Mohammed Nasser Alhuqbani, King Fahd Security College, Saudi Arabia

SESSIONS 2I LANGUAGE TEACHER EDUCATION

French Foreign Language Teacher Candidates’ Evaluation of the Computer Assisted


Language Teaching Course
Erdogan Kartal, Uludag University, Turkey

Mentor Feedback for the Professionalism of the Teacher Candidate


İlknur Pekkanlı, Uludag University, Turkey

Undergraduate Level EFL Student’s Beliefs about Language Learning


Turgay Han, Kafkas University, Turkey
Muzaffer Barın, Ataturk University, Turkey
Hüseyin Efe, Artvin Çoruh University, Turkey

Adult Education: Using Motivating Strategies and Techniques


Alma Piric, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Teacher Knowledge - What Every Teacher Should Know about It


Adna Lojo, Faculty of Philosophy, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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3. SESSIONS 17:30-19:00

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SESSIONS 3A LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND LEARNING

On the Acquisition of English Articles with Bosnian L2 Learners of English


Adi Maslo, Mostar Džemal Bijedić University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Engaging Young Bruneian EAL Learners in Dialogic Collaboration


Juliana Shak, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Albanians Thinking “Greek”? Language Acquisition within Acculturation Process for


Second-Generation Albanians in Greece
Themistokles Gogas, Epirus Institute of Technology, Greece

Turkish EFL Learners’ Beliefs about Learning Second Foreign Languages


Ufuk Ataş, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Rhythm and Stress at Practice : Rhythmic Anomalies of Foreign Speakers of English : A


Case Study of Mostaganem University Students
Amel Derhaz, Mostaganem University, Algeria

SESSIONS 3B LANGUAGE EDUCATION

Suggestions to Improve Critical Reading in ELT Classes


Hülya Küçükoğlu, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Break an Egg, Make an Omelet’: Building a Community of Shared Practice by Localizing


Externally-Derived Professional Development in Education Reform
John Alexander Mckeown, Mevlana University, Turkey

Teaching Language Functions through Fiction


Doğan Bulut, Melikşah University, Turkey

Prospective English Teachers’ Perceptions of CLT in Turkey


Gülden Taner, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

The Impact of Critical Friends Groups on Teachers’ Cognition


Mehdi Shokouhi Shourmasti, University of Mazandaran, Iran
Rajabali Rayati Damavandi, University of Mazandaran, Iran

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SESSIONS 3C INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION

Intercultural Communicative Competences of EFL Teachers and Students


in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Larisa Kasumagic Kafedzic, Sarajevo University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

One Language, Different Worlds – Aspects of Cross-Cultural


Communication Training in a Business English Course
Nataša Gajšt, University of Maribor, Slovenia

Integrating Global Themes in Writing Instruction


Reima Saado Aljarf, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

Educational Partnerships and Intercultural Education in Primary School


Marta Santos, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Maria Helena Araújo e Sá, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Ana Raquel Simões, University of Aveiro, Portugal

Teaching Cultural Subtext of the Post-War British Cinema


Tijana Parezanovic, Alfa University, Serbia

SESSIONS 3D LINGUISTICS

The Interpretation of Divan Poetry in the Teaching of the Bosnian Language and
Literature through Islamic Poetry of Symbolism - An Applied Linguistics Review
Jasmin Hodžić, Mostar University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

On the Compounding and Derivation in English: a Report of a Corpus Investigation


Stanimir Vojislav Rakic, Belgrade University, Serbia

The Effects of Social Variables on the Use of Subject Personal Pronouns in the Turkish
Spoken in Turkey and in New York City
Didem Koban, Hacettepe University, Turkey

The Use of Auxiliaries in English and Ruthenian Verb Constructions


(Contrastive Approach)
Mihajlo Fejsa, Faculty of Philosophy - Novi Sad, Serbia

Comparative Analysis of the Grammatical Gender in Macedonian Language


and Modern Greek Language
Vecko Stojce Stojcevski, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Biljana Krsteska, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

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SESSIONS 3E DISCOURSE ANALYSES

I n te r n a t i o
Human Rights Interpretation in Modern American TV Sitcoms
Adi Fejzic, Faculty of Humanities, Bosnia and Herzegovina

One Example of Balkanistic Discourse on Montenegro


Olivera Popovic, University of Montenegro, Montenegro
Cvijeta Brajicic, University of Montenegro, Montenegro

Cross‐Cultural Pragmatics: Refusal Strategies by Turks and Americans


Özgür Köse, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Investigating Pragmatic Transfer Through the Realization of Refusals


Şeyda Selen Çimen, Middle East Technical University

On Extinct Suffixes: -arium


Georgeta Raţă, Banat University of Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine, Romania

SESSIONS 3F LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Exploring the Methods of Teaching Arabic Language


Muhammad Zaid Malik, International Islamic University, Pakistan

Teaching Italian as a Foreign Language at the University of Banja Luka


Danilo Capasso, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Culture-Focused Learning in the EFL Classroom: Materials and Approaches


Janet M D Higgins, Okinawa University, Japan

Technology Usage of Teachers in High Schools of Erbil City, Iraq


Basar Batur, Ishik University, Iraq

Providing Web-Based Multilingual Lexical Learning Materials


with a Regional Culture Oriented Focus
Janet M D Higgins, Okinawa University, Japan

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SESSIONS 3G LITERATURE

Space of Periphery in Romanian Interwar Novel


Daniel Luca, University “Lucian Blaga” Sibiu, Romania

Literature and Colonialism: Tracing the Haitian theme in the literary works of Kleist,
Seghers and Mueller
Mercy Vungthianmuang Guite, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

John Ashbery’s Poetry: a Postmodern Approach


Masoumeh Rahimi, Islamic Azad University, Iran

Women Poets in Romanticism


Alma Žero, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Genre and Gender as Byronic Subversions in Don Juan


Esma Husika, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

SESSIONS 3H APPLIED LINGUISTICS

Yabancı Dil Öğretiminde Dilbilgisi-Çeviri Yöntemi ve Çağdaş Yabancı Dil Öğretiminde


Vazgeçilemezlik Nedenleri
Candemir Dogan, Dicle University, Turkey
Suleyman Dogan, Fatih University, Turkey
Textual Analysis of the Use of Source Texts
Alma Jahic, University of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina

A Case Study of Two Turkish ESL Learners at Laguardia Community College,


Error Analysis
Didem Koban, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Two-Level Qazan Tatar Morphology


Atakan Kurt, Fatih University, Turkey
Ercan Gökgöz, Fatih University, Turkey
Kalmamat Kulamshaev, Fatih University, Turkey
Mehmet Kara, Fatih University, Turkey

Perceived Lexical Similarities between L2 Italian and L3 English in the Reading


Comprehension of Croatian-Italian Bilingual EFL Learners
Ana Bradičić, University of Zagreb, Croatia

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SESSIONS 3I LANGUAGE TEACHER EDUCATION

I n te r n a t i o
Turkish EFL Preservice Teachers’ Characterization of EFL Teachers: a Survey Study
Pinar Ersin, Marmara University, Turkey
Gokce Kurt, Marmara University, Turkey

Action Research Revisited for Disruptive Behavior Modification


Harun Şimşek, Selçuk University, Turkey

The Difficulty of North American – r : an Analysis as a Pronunciation Difficulty


Mehmet Demirezen, Hacettepe University, Turkey

The Functions of Nuclear Stress in Learning Vocabulary Items


Mehmet Demirezen, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Student “Resistance” to Reflection: Pre-Service Teacher Training at the Mostar


University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Izabela Dankic, Mostar University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

May 6th, 2011/FRIDAY


4. SESSIONS 10:00-11:30
SESSIONS 4A LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND LEARNING

The Awareness of Collocations in ESP Context


Lidija Orčić, Scientific Veterinary Institute, Serbia

Narrativity Effect in Abstract Vocabulary Retention


Hadi Farjami, Semnan University, Iran

Child Second Language Acquisition


Elaheh Mohammadpour, Birjand University, Iran
Mohsen Mobaraki, Birjand University, Iran

Vocabulary Teaching and Acquisition at the Primary Level


Tamara Radovanov Brogden, Mediterranean University, Montenegro

Metacognitive Awareness of Using Reading Strategies in SLA


Ahmad Alhaqbani, Macquarie University, Australia

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SESSIONS 4B LANGUAGE EDUCATION

A Critical Analysis of Reflective Practices in L2 Teacher Education:


A Sociocultural Perspective
Mehdi Shokouhi Shourmasti, University of Mazandaran, Iran

Excellence in Teaching: Working the Elusive Concept


Anoud Abusalim, American University of Sharjah, UAE

Instructional Aspects of ESL/Bilingual Education Program in US Public School System


Applicable to Other Educational Systems
Volkan Çiçek, Ishik University, Iraq

Socio-Cultural and Intercultural Aspect of Foreign Language Learning: from the


Perspective of Primary School Students
Natasa Lalic Vucetic, Institute for Educational Research, Serbia
Danijela Dorović, Institute for Educational Research, Serbia

Studying a Dialect of Malay Language Family – The Batak Language , Through


Fieldwork in Indonesia: Lessons for Future Study in the Area
Kamsiah Abdullah, National Institute of Education, Singapore

SESSIONS 4C INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION

Benefits of Intercultural Dialogue and Diatopic Hermeneutics


Carmen Domingues Reste, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Maria Helena Ançã, University of Aveiro, Portugal

Teaching Cultural Subtext of the Post-War British Cinema


Milan Branko Markovic, Belgrade University, Serbia

Intercultural Education as Instrument for Peace Building


Nusreta Kepes, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ethnocentrism and Xenophofia in Bosnia and Herzegovina Implication on Cross-


cultural Education
Azra Brankovic, International University Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Velid Draganovic, International University Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Intercultural Education and the New Social Reality of the Value Dimension
Esi Marius Costel, Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Romania

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SESSIONS 4D LINGUISTICS

I n te r n a t i o
Muhammed: an Example of Misspelling a Person Name in the Province Kars City
(in Turkey) According to Onomastic
Mustafa Şenel, Tuzla University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Characteristics of the Ruthenian-Serbian Dictionary


Mihajlo Fejsa, Faculty of Philosophy - Novi Sad, Serbia

On The Effective Usage Of Sayings In Karahanids Turkish


Ramazan Çakır, Mevlana University, Turkey
Selim Emiroğlu, Mevlana University, Turkey

Language Change
Amra Hodžić Jejna, University of Novi Pazar, Serbia

A New Form of Noun Phrase Modification: a Case Study of Arabic and Bosnian
Elma Dizdar, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

SESSIONS 4E SEMANTICS

Significance Of Teaching Semiotic Pedagogy


Aida Askarbekovna Kasieva, Kyrgyz -Turkish University Manas, Kyrgyzstan
Dative as a Conceptual Category in Structurally Different Languages
Alexey Borissovich Chernyshev, CJSC “VolgAero”, Russian Federation

Domestic Motivation in Metaphorical Constructions


Dalibor Kesic, University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Semantic Head and its Abrogators in Arabic Dependency Grammar


Amra Mulovic, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Situation types and Implications for Teaching Single Verb Versus Multiple Verb
Constructions of Tatar to Turkish Speaking Students in Higher Education
Fatma Şahan Güney, Mugla University, Turkey

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SESSIONS 4F INNOVATION IN LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING

What is a ‘Practical’ Principled Approach to Blended Learning Course Design?


Claire Alexandra Whittaker, McIlwraith Education, United Kingdom

Raising Language Learners’ Pragmatic Awareness and Intercultural Competence in


Increasingly Multilingual Environments
Michał B. Paradowski, University of Warsaw, Poland

Incorporating Culture into Foreign Language Teaching Syllabus


Ismail Çakır, Erciyes University, Turkey

Students’ CALLing: Students’ Blended Language Learning Experience


Hatice Bilgin, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Writing as Authentic Communication: Teaching the Wikipedia Article


Brooke Ricker, University of Nis, Serbia

SESSIONS 4G LITERATURE

Towards a New Approach of Teaching Literature in a Foreign Language


Neelakshi Suryanarayan, University of Delhi, India

Traces of the Life of Charlotte Brontë in Jane Eyre


Mine Özge Çeri, Süleyman Demirel University, Turkey

Flânerie- Crossover from French Art of Living into Croatian Literature


Anera Stopfer, Faculty of Philosophy Zagreb, Croatia
A Comparative Analysis of One Ode From Harputlu Hayrî and Bosnali Alaaddin Sâbit
Zülküf Kılıç, Bingöl University, Turkey

Postmodern Narrative Strategies in Paul Auster’s Novels


“Man in the Dark” and “Invisible”
Darko Kovačević, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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SESSIONS 4H APPLIED LINGUISTICS

I n te r n a t i o
Linguistic Competence vs. Translation Competence. A Pedagogic Approach
Teodora Popescu, “1 Decembrie 1918” University of Alba Iulia, Romania

Profiling English Profile


Lidija Bertoncelj, Cambridge University Press, Slovenia
Gary Anderson, Cambridge University Press, France

Blended Learning - Innovation in English Language Teaching from Cambridge


Lidija Bertoncelj, Cambridge University Press, Slovenia

The Use of IT Tools in Everyday Classes Where Foreign Language is Taught


Meliha Handzic, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Merdžana Obralic, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Emir Cickusic, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Empowering Teacher-Trainees in Evaluating and Developing ELT Materials:


A portfolio Approach
Ozlem Khan, Hacettepe University, Turkey

SESSIONS 4I LANGUAGE CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

An Analytical Evaluation of Iranian High School ELT Textbooks


from 1970 to the Present
Akbar Azizifar , Islamic Azad University, Iran

Purposes of Visual Materials in Primary School English Language Textbooks in Turkey


Arda Arikan, Akdeniz University, Turkey
Hülya Küçükoğlu, Hacettepe University, Turkey
Erkan Bayatli, Hacettepe University, Turkey
Ramazan Güçlü, Hacettepe University, Turkey
Ahmad Moradi, Hacettepe University, Turkey
Şule Büyükkınacı, Çankaya University, Turkey
Fatma Ünveren Günocak, Gazi Univiersity, Turkey
Nurzhanat Ametbek, Hacettepe University, Turkey
Volkan Alkın, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Fostering the Development of Analytical and Critical Thinking Skills


of Freshmen in Reading Courses
Azize Boşnak, Fatih University, Turkey

Legal Aspects of Sped Program in US Public School System Applicable


to Other Educational Systems
Volkan Cicek, Ishik University, Iraq

Effectiveness Of Instrucitonal Technology For English Language Teaching In Pakistan


Abbas Malik Naseem, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Pakistan
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May 6th, 2011/FRIDAY
5. SESSIONS 11:50-13:20
SESSIONS 5A LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND LEARNING

Awareness of Referential Devices in Text And Reading Comprehension


Adel Ebrahim Portaher, Islamic Azad University, Iran

The Use of Collocations in Advanced Turkish Learners of English


Gözde Balıkçı, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Strategies Used in Producing English Lexical Collocations by Saudi EFL Learners


Hashim Noor, Taibah University, Saudi Arabia, Arwa Adubaib

Subtitled Acquisition in Language Learning


Numan Mehmed Kanar, Ishik university, Turkey

Jezik SMS Poruka - Novi Zajednički Jezik


Albano Marija Teresa, Filozofski Fakultet Niksic, Montenegro

SESSIONS 5B TESOL / TESL / TEFL

The Infusion of Short Stories into Language Teaching: an Integrated and Communicative
Sample: the Third Wish, By Joan Aiken
Yıldıray Çevik, International Balkan University, Macedonia

Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition as a Function of Composition Writing


Esmaeil Bagheridoust, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Fatima Mirdar, Islamic Azad University, Iran

Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition as a Function of Composition Writing


Fatima Mirdar, Islamic Azad University, Iran

The Teaching of [θ] and [Ð] Sounds in English


Ali Karakaş, Mehmet Akif Ersoy University, Turkey
Ecehan Sönmez, Mehmet Akif Ersoy University, Turkey

Have Them Move, See and Speak!


Jerry Thekes, IFF Iskola Hungary

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I n te r n a t i o
Reciprocal images of Turkish and Portuguese University Students: for an Intercultural
Mediation between Portugal and Turkey
Daniel Basílio, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
Helena Araújo e Sá, Universidade de Aveiro Portugal
Ana Raquel Simões, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal

How to Deal with Cultural Shock? – The Case of Bosnian Immigrants in USA
Amel Alic, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sedin Habibovic, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Intercultural Learning and Non-Formal Education


Gurgen Balasanyan, Gyumri State Pedagogical Institute, Armenia

The Position of a Woman in Modern Culture - That of a Subject or of an Object?


Danka Sinadinovic, Serbia

Politics of English in the Arabian Gulf


Alan Scott Weber, Weill Cornell Medical College - Qatar

SESSIONS 5D LINGUISTICS

The Troublesome Subjunctive: an Examination of the Frequent Mistakes


Made in Tense Conjugation
Durdica Anišić, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Maša Brala, University College of International Relations and Diplomacy, Croatia

Modal and Modality Notion of Complex Predicate in German and B/C/S Languages
Memnuna Hasanica, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Amela Curkovic, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Reasons For Using Or Avoiding Games In An EFL Classroom


Danica Milovan Jerotijevic, The Faculty of Philology and Arts, Serbia and Montenegro
Miljana Stojkovic, High Business School, Serbia and Montenegro

Dickens and His Memorable Characterization


Hasan Cakir, Selçuk University, Turkey

An Overview of the Case Studies about the Influence of Multiple Intelligences on


Teaching Language
Suleyman Celik, Ishik University, Iraq

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SESSIONS 5E APPLIED LINGUISTICS

İki Dilli Ortamlarda Türkiye Türkçesinin Öğretimi(Semerkand Örneğinde)


Mustafa Çetin, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Zeynel Polat, Yunus Emre Foundation, Bosnia and Herzegovina

“Dilde Anlam ve Bağlam”


Mustafa Çetin, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

An Essay on the Role of the Sufi Orders in Establishing Communicational Languages


with the Local Population in Bosnia after the Ottoman Conquest (15th-17th Centuries)
Goncagül Erdoğdu, Süleyman Şah University, Turkey

Fransız Şâiri Şarl Verne’nin Hayatında Türk Dilinin Yeri ve Önemi


Setter Durmaz, Qafqaz University, Azerbaijan

Oyun ve Bulmaca Etkinlikleriyle Yabancılara Türkçe Kelime Öğretim Yöntemi


Ahmet Gürdal, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mustafa Arslan, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Nâbî’nin Feth-i Kamaniçe’sinde Sanatlı Nesir Kullanımı


Şerife Yalçınkaya, Ege Universty, Turkey

SESSIONS 5 F LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODOLOGY


Needs Analysis Survey of Learners of Turkish as a Second Language
Ceyda Arslan Kechriotis, Bogazici University, Turkey
Bilgen Erdem, Bogazici University, Turkey

Enhancing Critical Thinking in Foreign Language Learners


Servat Shirkhani, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Mansoor Fahim, Islamic Azad University, Iran

The Metonyms and Deaf Children


Ljubica Stojan Isakovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Nadezda Dobrosav Dimic, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Vesna Polovina, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Reducing the Anxiety Level while Developing Communicative Skills in English


as a Foreign Language
Joanna Lewińska, Wszechnica Polska, Poland

The Use of Literature in Teaching English Grammatical Structures as well as Some


Linguistic Components
Gencer Elkılıç, Kars Kafkas University, Turkey
Gülşen Erişen, Kafkas University, Turkey
Ahmet Kayintu, Kafkas University, Turkey
Harun Karaca, Kafkas University, Turkey

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SESSIONS 5G LITERATURE

I n te r n a t i o
Augie: a Picaro? Deviation from the Genre in the Adventures
of Augie March by Saul Bellow
Yıldıray Çevik, International Balkan University, Macedonia

Teaching English through Short Stories: a Sample Application


Hülya Küçükoğlu, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Using Literature in EFL Classes: Short Story


Hülya Küçükoğlu, Hacettepe University, Turkey
Arif Sarıçoban, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Problems of Intercultural Interactions in I.S.Turgenev’s


and N.S.Leskov’s Creative World
Alla Novikova, The Oryol State University, Russian Federation

Screen Literature: Gain or Loss?


Haya Shaukat, University of Management and Technology, Pakistan

SESSIONS 5H LINGUISTICS

Bilingvalna Vastava: Put ka Višejezičnosti


Julijana Vuco, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Katarina Zavisin, University of Belgrade, Serbia

The founding Myth of the Schola Salerni: the Importance of Contact among Languages
and the Activity of Translation for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue and the
Development of Knowledge / Mit o Schola Salerni: Znacaj Kontakta Između Jezika i Prij
Davide Astori, Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy

Nominalni Stil u Jeziku Reklame u Italiji


Gordana Bojicic, University of Montenegro, Montenegro

Funkcija Posesiva Naš u Političkom Diskursu (na Primjeru Printanih Medija u Bih)
Elvira Dilberovic, Faculty of Humanities, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Leksicke Greske u Studentskim Prevodima sa Italijanskog Jezika


Deja Piletic, Univerzitet Crne Gore, Montenegro

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SESSIONS 5I LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

Nastava Leksike Stranog Jezika na Akademskim Studijama


Jelena Drljevic, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Školske Gramatike Italijanskog Jezika


Aleksandra Verice Suvakovic, Filoloski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu, Serbia
Marija Koprivica Lelicanin, Filoloski fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu, Serbia

Učenje Stranog Jezika u Tursko-Bosanskom Sarajevo Koledžu Kod Djevojčica i Dječaka


Yusuf Karabina, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Globalization,Global Culture and Language Trend


George Chidiebere Iheanacho, Sebelas Maret University,Indonesia

The Correlates of Social Class Factors and Grammatical Categories in the Compositions
of Iranian Fifth-Grade Elementary School Students
Mohammad Aliakbari,Ilam University, Iran
Mahmoud Qaracholloo, Ilam University, Iran

May 6th, 2011/FRIDAY


6. SESSIONS 15:20-16:50
SESSIONS 6A LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND LEARNING

The Effect Semantic Mapping, Semantic Feature Analysis and Vocabulary Notebook on
Iranian EFL Learners’ Vocabulary Recognition and Production
Saba Adami, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Seyyed Mohammad Yasser Musavi, Islamic Azad University, Iran

Children with Language Disorder in the Process of Second Language Acquisition


Emilija Lazarevic, Institute for Educational Research, Serbia
Jelena Stevanovic, Institute for Educational Research, Serbia

The First Language in the EFL Classroom; a Facilitating or Debilitating Device?


Mehdi Solhi Andarab, Istanbul University, Turkey
Münevver Buyukyazi, Istanbul University, Turkey

Gestures as a Peer-Assistance Mechanism in Collaborative Tasks


Manal J Sabbah, University of Exeter, United Kingdom

German and French Borrowings in an EFL Context – A Serbian Perspective


Biljana Cubrovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia

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SESSIONS 6B TESOL / TESL / TEFL

I n te r n a t i o
The Effect of Translation on L2 Writing
Khorshid Mansouri, Allameh Teacher Training College, Iran

Inductive Imagery: Modern Poetry for Muslim Girls


Andrew Madigan, United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates

Aspects of ESL Program in US Public School System Applicable


to Other Educational Systems
Volkan Cicek, Ishik University, Iraq

The Process of Foreign Language Acquisition in Azerbaijani Learners of Different Ages


Heydar Eminli, Qafqaz University, Azerbaijan

Standard Accent or Intelligibility: Desiderata for International Communication in


English as a Foreign Language with Special Reference to the Situation in Pakistan
Zafar Iqbal, University of Management and Technology, Pakistan

SESSIONS 6C LINGUISTICS

Klasik Türk Edebiyatında “Efendi (Sevgili) - Köle (Âşık)” Mazmunu Hakkında Bazı
Tespitler
Gamze Demirel, Süleyman Şah Üniversitesi, Türkiye

Deyimlerin Kültürel Özellikleri (Azerbaycan, Türk, Özbek ve Uygur Dillerinde)


Gunel Isayeva, Baku Slavyan University, Azerbaijan

Yabancı Dil Olarak Türkçe Öğretimi Dilbilgisel Özelliklerin Öğretim Amaçlı


Sıradizinsel Düzeni (Arnavutça ile Kıyaslayarak)
Spartak Kadiu, Tirana University, Albania
Yabancı Dil Olarak Türkçe Öğretimi Dil Öğretimi ve İletişimsel Edinç
(Arnavutça ile Kıyaslayarak)
Xhemile Abdiu, Tirana University, Albania

Boşnaklara Türkçe Öğretiminde Nasreddin Hoca Fıkralarının Yeri ve Önemi


Zülfikar Bayraktar, Gediz Üniversitesi, Türkiye

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SESSIONS 6D LINGUISTICS

Çağrışım ve Anlambilim
Nazife Burcu Erden, Gazi University, Turkey

Belâgatte Terim Meselesi: Mülâyim ve İttisâl Örneği


Kadriye Yılmaz Orak, Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey
Melike Üzüm, Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey

The Findings upon the Conceptualization of Turkish Words Among Balkan Languages
Fatih İyiyol, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ahmet Musab Kesmeci, Süleyman Şah University, Turkey

Eğitsel Oyunlar ve Etkinliklerle Yabancılara Türkçe Öğretim Yöntemi


Aynur Gürsoy, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mustafa Arslan, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Yabancılara Türkçe Öğretimi Açısından Türkçe-Boşnakça Bir Sözlük


Mustafa Şenel, Tuzla University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

SESSIONS 6E LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

İslamiyet’in İlk Döneminde Kadınların Eğitime Analitik Yaklaşımları ve Çalışmaları


Gülşen Gazel, Genç Yazarlar ve Sanatçılar Derneği, Turkey

Orhun Abidelerindeki Tamlamalarin Türkiye Türkçesindeki Kullanımı


Selim Emiroğlu, Mevlana University, Turkey

Irak’ın Yenıden Yapılandırılmasında Aile Eğitimi ve Aile İşletmelerinin Önemi ve Katkısı


Zeynel POLAT, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ahmet DİNÇ, Ishik University, Iraq

Bosna-Hersek’te Yabancı Dil Olarak Türkçe


Hüseyin Gönel,International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

‘Behar’ Adlı Dergideki Hikâyelerin Dilbilimsel Yönünden İncelenmesi


Mustafa Şenel, Tuzla University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sibel BAYRAM, Sarajevo University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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SESSIONS 6 F LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODOLOGY

I n te r n a t i o
Speaking: Overcoming the Fear
Lisa Harshbarger, Regional English Officer for Southeastern and Central Europe, Hungary

Foreign Language Teaching Methodology in the Context of Socio-cultural Distance


Beatrice Demont, Università di Genova, Italy

Breaking Common Misconceptions of Article Acquisition by Bosnian Learners of


English: a Key to Living the Language
Lisa Hundley, University Džemal Bijedić in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Amila Palikuća, University Džemal Bijedić in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Methodology Focused on Child (Example: Bosnia and Herzegovina)


Nudžejma OBRALIĆ, International University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Second Language Development through Focus on Form in Meaning-Focused Instruction


in Two EFL Classes
Saeed Karimi Aghdam Ordaklou, Tehran Teacher Training University, Iran

SESSIONS 6G LITERATURE

Poetry Translation and Metaphorical Extension


Gürkan Doğan, Çankaya University, Turkey

The Deconstruction of “High Culture”: Youth Subculture as Deviant in Hanief


Kureishi’s the Buddha of Suburbia
Ali Güneş, Karabuk University, Turkey

The Tragedy and the Human Being in the Drama of Arthur Miller
Marsela Turku, Aleksander Moisiu University, Albania

The Critical Study of the Dichotomous Representation of the Natives as the Other in
Hedayat’s Blind Owl
Khalil Mahmoodi, UKM, Malaysia

Rasul Reza- Innovator Poet of Azerbaijani Literature


Etrabe Gül, Qafqaz University, Azerbaijan

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SESSIONS 6I LANGUAGE TESTING AND ASSESSMENT

Assessment – Albanian Educational System Reality and Challenges


Laureta Vavla, Aleksander Xhuvani University, Albania

Selçuk University, Trainee Research Assistants Program: Strategies and Practices in ELT
Maria Theresa Brewster, Selcuk University, Turkey

Revision Books in ESP: Myths and Reality


Halina Wisniewska, Kozminski University, Poland

How do the Sub-tests of the English Section of the INUEE Function


for Female Candidates?
Maryam Javadizad, Islamic Azad University, Iran

On the Impact of Illustrated Assessment Tool on Paragraph Writing


of High School Graduates
Zahra Husseini, Education Department, Iran

May6th, 2011/FRIDAY
7. SESSIONS 17:10-18:40
SESSIONS 7A LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND LEARNING

Processing English Idioms in Iranian EFL Learners


Fatemeh Mahmoudi, Urmia University, Iran
Mohammad Mohammadi, Urmia University, Iran

Teaching According to Language Orientation: a Typological Perspective


Junichi Toyota, Lund University/University of Belgrad, Serbia

Corrective Feedback on the Oral production and Its Influence


in the Intercultural Classes
Ceylani Akay, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Akbarov Azamat Anvarovich International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Cognitive and Affective Contributions of the Literature Circles Method on the


Acquisition of Reading Habits and Comprehension Skills in Primary Level Students
Harun Baştuğ, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Süleyman Avcı, Marmara University, Turkey
Arzu Yüksel, Private MEF School, Turkey

Learning Problems, Developmental Perspective


Senija Tahirovic, International University Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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SESSIONS 7B ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES

I n te r n a t i o
The Evaluation of Technical English Course at ESOGU FLD
Ümit Özkanal, Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Turkey

University Students’ Attitudes towards Alternative Assessment in FLT


Sanja Josifovic Elezovic, University of Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Business English Courses: towards Sociolinguistic and Pragmatic Competence


Elzbieta Jendrych, Kozminski Academy, Warsaw, Poland

Teaching Business English for Distance Learning Students – Challenges,


Problems and Potential Solutions
Diana Christine Zagan-Zelter, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania
Sergiu Eugen Zagan-Zelter, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania

How Does Washback Influence Reading Comprehension in ESP Classes?


Implications for Iranian Medical Students
Mohammad Reza Kargozari, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran Vahideh Zolfaghari
Mashhadi, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran Mohammad Naser Shafiee Jafarabadi
Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran

SESSIONS 7C ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES

English for Mathematicians: from Language to Tasks


Martin Mikulas, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic

Linguistic Analysis of Croatian Medical Discourse


Anamarija Gjuran-Coha, University of Rijeka, Croatia
Brigita Bosnar-Valković, University of Rijeka, Croatia

The Value of Language and Content Needs Analysis in English for Legal Purposes
Courses: Example from Croatia
Agnieszka Kaldonek, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Ivana Lukica, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Creation of an Online ESP Teaching Course in Web 2.0 Environment


Darko Kovačević, University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

To Use or Not to Use: First Language in Tertiary Instruction


of English as a Foreign Language
Andreja Kovacic, Faculty of Organization and Informatics, Croatia
Valentina Kirinic, Faculty of Organization and Informatics, Croatia

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SESSIONS 7D OTHER FLTAL RELATED ISSUES

Teaching Global Issues Through Intercultural Communication, Critical Thinking &


Multiple Intelligences
Mustafa Zulkuf Altan, Erciyes University, Turkey

Gender Representations In EFL Coursebooks


Mustafa Diktas, Hacettepe University, Turkey

PB works as a Course Management System for Language Classrooms


Ferit Kılıçkaya, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

The Implementation of Collaborative Web 2.0 Tools in ELT Classrooms


Arif Saricoban, Hacettepe University, Turkey
Yasar Kürüm, Turkish Military Academy, Turkey

Basic Colors and Their Metaphorical Expressions in English and Persian


Banafsheh Ghafel, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Abbass Eslami Rasekh, University of Isfahan, Iran

SESSIONS 7E LANGUAGE TEACHING

To Write a Textbook for Teaching the “little” Languages


Zenaida Meco, Zenica University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

A Study into the Assessment of Proficiency


Masroor Sibtain, B Z University, Pakistan

Iranian English Major vs. Subject-matter ESP Teachers’ Beliefs and Instructional
Practices in ESP Classes: a Comparative Study
Peyman Rajabi, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Gholam Reza Kiany, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Parviz Maftoon, Islamic Azad University, Iran

The Impact of Corrective Feedback to the Development of Reading Skills


Ulku Ayhan, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Muhammet Arikan, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Azamat Akbarov, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

How to Teach Phrasal Verbs


Çağrı Tuğrul Mart Ishık University, Iraq

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SESSIONS 7 F ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES

I n te r n a t i o
Building Awareness of Discourse Structure through Teaching Reading Strategies in
English for Legal Purposes Class
Ivana Lukica, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Why Objectives in Teaching English?


Shpresa – Delija, Foreign Language Faculty, Albania

Teaching Aviation English Students and Pilots in Croatia


Mira Zokić, Faculty of Traffic and Transport Sciences, Croatia

The impact of Video-Based Self Reflection on Iranian Teachers’ Teaching Practice


Zahra Ahmadpour Kasgary, Mazandaran University, Iran

Cognitive Process of Writing for Second Language Young Learners


Abdullah Pamukcu, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dzenan Salihovic, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Azamat Akbarov, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

SESSIONS 7G LITERATURE

Misrepresentations of Turks in Early Modern


Drama and Motivations Underlying This Denigration
Mehmet Fatih Esen, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mass Culture and Literature in Japan in the Interwar Period


Ljiljana Marković, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Marina Jović Djalović, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Philip Larkin’s Poetic Reflections on Inevitability


Murat Oner, International Burch University, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Eliot’s Rose Garden: a Sufi Interpretation.


Fatemeh Azizmohamadi, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Shahram Afrougheh, Islamic Azad University, Iran

Literary Antecedents of the Absurd


Fatemeh Azizmohammadi, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Jillah Mashhadi Islamic Azad University, Iran

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SESSIONS 7H LANGUAGE PROGRAM EVALUATION

Analyses of the Effects on Second Language Acquisition by AHP


Yusuf Karabina, University of Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Program Renewal Process: a Needs Assessment Study in an EFL Context


Adem Soruç, Yeditepe University, Turkey

Evaluating the Bridge Between the Target and Learning Needs of Students
Şeyda Selen Çimen, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Ayşegül Daloğlu, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Film Making and Language Learning


Visam Mansur, Beykent University, Turkey

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Aspects of GT Program in US Public School System


Applicable to Other Educational Systems
Volkan Cicek, Ishik University, Iraq

Legal Aspects of ESL/Bilingual Education Program in US Public School System


Applicable to Other Educational Systems
Volkan Cicek, Ishik University, Iraq

Development of Small and Medium Enterprises, Case Study Nigeria


Aminu Muheez Babatunde, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria

Globalization,Global Culture and Language Trend


George Chidiebere Iheanacho, Sebelas Maret University,Indonesia

Redefining Teaching Approach for Learning Communicative English


Somali Gupta, Govt.VYTPG Autonomous College Durg, India

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