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8:30 – 8:55

short papers

9:00-10:40

10:45-11:00

11:00-11:50

concurrent featured papers

12:00-12:25

short papers

12:30-12:55

short papers

13:00-14:00

14:00-15:50

workshops

16:00-16:25

short papers

16:25

17:00

17:00-17:25

short papers

18:0020:00

12:00 – 12-50 papers

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Yulia Salnikova

A Sociopragmatic Study Of Evaluation in Cooperative Interaction



plenaries (Main Hall)

  1. "Stereotypes as Uncomfortable Topics in Education: Applying De-stereotyping Strategies" by Maria Lebedko

  2. "Curricular Focus: Lessons From Fiacchi’s Telescope" by Don Weasenforth

coffee break




Jon Catanzariti

Increasing Student Input and Responsibility to Encourage Active Learning



lunch

Maria Pinto

Adapting the Communicative Method to the Korean Classroom



Irina Ushakova

The Image of a Lawyer in the Minds of Native Speakers of English And Russian



coffee break & poster sessions

Tanya Bartkova

& Boris Bartkov

American Movie Titles as Proverbs and Sayings: Their Semantics and Structure


The Amur River Boat Trip

build. 3

room 31

Galina Bylkova

The Functioning of the Chronotope in Modernist Literature





Lyudmila Glebenko

The Methodological Aspect of Forming Foreign Students’ “Second” Language Personality


Ekaterina Bondareva


Loan Translation: Functioning In Source And Target Languages

Janet Giannotti

Upside Down Lessons: A New Way to Approach Reading



Anastasia Nechaeva

Appellation Tradition of Anglo-Saxon Royal Dynasties



Galina Shusharina

Verbal Aggression in Modern Political Discourse




build. 2

room 5

Ekaterina Malneva

Cluster Modeling Of Dream Segment In E.A. Poe’s Artistic Cognitive Universe



Tamara Karpukhina

Morphemic Repetition as a Means of Actualising the Inner Form of a Word in English Fiction



Tatiana Khlopova

Precedential Phenomena in the 20th Century American Mass Culture



Tatyana Lupachyova

Chinese Proverbs in a Text Written in English by Bilingual Authors






Nelli Serkova

Text Type as A Feature of Cultural Emphasis in Training Translators



Galina Sharlaimova

The Use of Warm-ups in EFL Classes



build. 2

room 6

Irina Girina

Stereotypes In Mass Media






Lyudmila Vasylieva

Modus Category of Evidentiality in Analytical Articles of Modern American Press



Ludmila Vinnikova


Why Not Try to Talk about Discourse-oriented Grammar Teaching?




Maria Mironova

Color Metaphorization in Cognitive Science



Elena Shastina

Australian Kriol: a Mixture of Triple Influences (English, Chinese and Aboriginal languages)



build. 2

room 132

Yulia Leonova

Teaching English for Specific Purposes: Present Problems and Further Developments






Natalia Spitsyna

Business Jargon – Semiotics of Professionals or Communication With Aliens



Irina Kovalenko

Shakespear Through the Eyes of Twenty-first century Students






Elena Vishnyakova

Two Linguistic Models of Reality – Two Different Possible Worlds



Tatiana Smagina

& Nina Che

Organizing ESP Students’ Independent Work


build. 2

room 133

Natalia Nikulina

Abbreviations in East Asian Englishes – From A To Z





Cameron Smith

Teaching Creative Writing to EFL students





Irina Palayeva

Method of Projects in Teaching Marketing and Accounting English

Larisa Sobol &


Larisa Lobachova

Getting to Know English Speaking Countries Through Arts



build. 2

room 134

Tatiana Malenkovich

Dramatization as Means of Formation of Foreign Language Speaking Competence






Larissa Koulchitskaya

Contrastive Study of Cognitive Metaphor in Metalanguage



Olga Sycheva

Digispeak In The Russian Computer Discourse






Natalia Petrova

Teaching English Scientific Writing to Russian Graduates and Scholars



Victoria Zavyalova

Raising Awareness of World Englishes Phonological Features through Speech Databases



build. 2

room 135

Natalia Maximova

Developing Student-Teachers’ Intercultural Communication Competences Through Project Work






Tatiana Ivankova

Russia’s English Media: Goals and Values of Russian English






Svetlana Pilipchuk

Observation on the Teaching of English to University Students Through Interlanguage



Anastasia Stepanova

Project Work as a Natural Extension of Content Based Instruction (CBI)



build. 2

room 137

Anna Morozova

Difficulties of Morphemic Analysis in Modern English



Christine Coombe

Developing a Professional Development Portfolio for Teachers



Regino Paular

“The ‘Filipinization’ of the English Language: Causes, Benefits, Disadvantages and Solutions”



Robyn Shifrin & Tatiana Ishchenko

The Junior G8 Summit

A Multicultural Approach to Introducing New ELT Methodology:

Modeling, Team-Teaching and Relationship Building



Natalia Proshyants

Is Classroom Interaction a True Way to Real Life Communication?



Galina Tarasova

& Svetlana Savintseva

Peeling Off Reading Comprehension Difficulties


build. 2

room 140







Eugenia Kasyanova

Russia’s English Newspapers: Ruining or Supporting a Russian Axiological Worldview?



Irina Khokhlova

South African Variant of the English Language (characteristics and peculiarities)






Tatiana Kolontaevskaia

Engaging Students in Cooperative Learning



Natalia Zaichikova

Modern Political Novel: Genre Transformation in Mass Communication Field



build. 2

room 247

Yulia Maximova

Compromise Situations In Intercultural Communication (Based On English Belles-Lettres Works






Natalia Kozhina

Image of the USA in the British Mass Media



Larisa Krainik

Directness: Timely and Well-warranted?









Yevgeniya Strelkova

The Representation of the Concept VOICE in a Literary Work



build. 2

room 126b

Elena Zakharova

Politically Correct English and Russian Languages in Translation  and Interpretation Training: Prevalence in Linguistic Culture and Suggestions on Translation Teaching






Brian Harrison

Why Translators Need to Perform a Proactive Editorial Role



Diana Elyas

Linguacultural Aspects of Translation of Foreign Film Titles into Russian









Olga Boichenko

English for Broadening the Basic Knowledge of Professionals in Physical Culture



Main

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Maria Pinto

Fostering Fluency by Forgoing Autonomy: a Korean Integrated Course Experiment












Conf.

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Melodie Cook

Outsourcing INSET: Overseas Training for Japanese Teachers of English



Stephen Richmond

The Immediate Method: Task-based Learning in Japanese University Conversation Classes



Kumaki Hideyuki

Integrated English Curriculum in Japan



Svetlana Strokova

Authentic School Signs and Notices as Means of ELT in Russia workshop



Akara Akaranithi

Developing Metacognitive Strategies Using Self-directed Learning of 1st year Allied Health Science (AHS) Students



Yasin Aslan

The Use of Literature in ESL Classes


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8:30 – 8:55

short papers

9:00-9:50


10:00-10:50

concurrent featured papers




11:00 11:15

concurrent papers

11:20 – 12:10

short papers

12:35 – 13:00


13:00

14:00

14:00-14:25

short papers

14:30-14:55

short papers

15:00-16:40

16:50

18:00


19:00

22:00


concurrent workshops

11:20 – 13:10

14:00 – 14:50 papers

build. 3

room 28

Yuri Mironets

The Theme of Global Catastrophes in British Science Fiction




plenary (Main Hall):

Choosing and Using Novels in EFL Classes” by Janet Giannotti




Edizon A. Fermin

The Place of English in Mother Tongue-based

Multilingual Education


coffee break

Iraida Lysova

& Ludmila Rakitskaya

Learning English with “Success”


Boris Bartkov, Tatyana Bartkova

& Svetlana Savintseva

Productive and Frequent English Affixes for Graduate Students of Science


lunch

Regino Paular
English Ads in the Philippines: a Linguistic "Disaster"

Closing plenaries (Main Hall):

1. "Addressing Multiple Intelligencies with Novels" by Janet Giannotti

2. "A Cross-cultural Dictionary of EFL Terms: From Inception to Printed" by Galina Lovtsevich



Closing ceremony and raffle

farewell party

build. 3

room 31

Larisa Naumenko &

Svetlana Ilyina

English Which Is Not Afraid Of Any Tests


Zoya Proshina

Native and Non-native English Language Teachers From the Global and Local Perspective of World Englishes



Ekaterina Nesterova

& Marina Pirogova

Instructional Scaffolding in Teaching EFL


Noel Marie Becker

Drama as an Element of ESL Education



Natalya Borodina

ESP Teaching Content: “From Broadcasting to Narrow Casting”



Maria Brjuzgina

Metaphor as a Mirror Reflecting Our Psychology



build. 2

room 5

Ekaterina Unuchek

On the Syntactic Peculiarities of Advertisement Discourse






Elena Onoprienko

Challenges of Teaching Vocabulary at an Advanced Level



Ekaterina Pivovarova

Phraseological Units – a Translator’s False Friends. Some Aspects of Classification And Translation


Yana Olefir


Semantic Neologisms In American English And Their Translation Into Russian

Nataliya Danchenko

Stylistic Peculiarities of Manipulation in the 2008 Presidential Debates



build. 2

room 6

Rimma Yelutina

Some Practical Approaches to the Essay Writing





Elena Goptareva


Ways of Developing Intellectual Curiosity While Teaching History and Culture

Elena Matvienko

Verbalization of The Concept “Dusha” (Soul) in English and Chinese (Cross-Cultural Aspect)



Elena Koneva

Universality of Face In Cross-Cultural Perspective: Revised And Renewed



Yulia Smolyanko

Functional Approach to Study of Emotive Vocabulary



build. 2

room 132

Ekaterina Karavanova

Rhythmical Peculiarities of Oral Literary Texts






Svetlana Semenovykh

The English Access Microscholarship Program for teenagers in Birobidzhan (Grant of U.S. Department of State, the U.S Embassy, ELO, 2010)



Natalia Malisheva

Phraseological Transformations in the Poetic Discourse and Their Translation from Russian into English



Liubov Chernova

English in the Educational Process of the Asian-Pacific Region



Faina Gagarkina

The Translations of R. Burns's ballad "John Barleycorn" Made by Russian Translators of Different Periods



build. 2

room 133

Nataliya Soloveva

Research Interview as an Active Method of Learning Foreign Languages






Larina Feshchenko

& Tatyana Gudkina

A Stepping Stone in EFL Teaching Career


Tatiana Baryshnikova

Supporting Students’ Autonomy During Language Learning Activities





Yulia Grigoryeva

Modern Technologies in Teaching Old English



build. 2

room 134

Anna Zban, Tanya Bartkova,

Boris Bartkov & Tanya Velikoda

English Chemical Terminology: Its Structure, Terminologization and Determinologization




Yulia Polshina

Web 2.0 Tools as Bridge Between EFL Teaching and Learning


Anna Basalay

The Problem of Creative Personality in E.T.A. Hoffmann’s Book “Fantasy Pieces in Callot’s Manner”



Tatyana Vlasova

Maria Dyuzheva

Nonverbal Means of Communication as a Way of Increasing the Efficiency of the Professional Discourse


Svetlana Myasnikova

Biblical Phraseological Units Within Cognitive Theory



build. 2

room 135

Tatyana Ischenko

Using Internet in Teaching English (useful tips)








Pshenichnikova Anna

On Verbalizing Directives in Pedagogical Discourse in American Communicative Culture



Marina Rassokha

American and British English Lexical Differences



build. 2

room 137

Natalia Mironenko

Building up professional competence of future linguist-teachers






Vitaliy Fyodorov

Modern Anglo-American Publicism and Its Conceptual Features


Leonardi L. Kurniawan


Promoting Language Learning through Strategy Awareness

build. 2

room 140

Margarita Koloverova & Irina Pushkareva

Regional Studies as One of the Aspects of Multicultural Education







Olga Dudchenko


The Reflection of Aesthetic Views In Shakespearian Poetry

Olga Ivus

Functions of Slogan



Oxana Yurtaykina

Peculiarities of Advertising in Specific Press for Senior Citizens



build. 2

room 247










Tamara Leontieva

W.B. Yeats, Man of Arts and Patriot of Ireland



Maria Baibekova

Students Communication Skills Formation via English Discussion Club



Nataliya Bogachenko

Korean Loanwords in the English Language



build. 2

room 126b










Yevgeniya Belevich

Communication Skills Development for Enhancing Competitiveness of a Global Engineer



Elena Grichanovskaya

Teaching Communicative Competence by Means of the Methods of Active Learning




Irina Gushchina

How to Make Students Vocabulary Culturally Diverse?



Conf.

Hall




Harry F. Carley III

A Brief Explanation: EFL in Japan



Edizon A. Fermin

The Joy of Learner-centered Language Teaching








Auditorium







Robyn Shifrin, an EL fellow, presents a feature length documentary on the American Dream







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