East Shikoku JALT:

1st Annual Shikoku JALT Regional Conference

Date: Saturday, May 29th, 2010 Time: 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Speaker: Featured speakers Ian Isemonger, Masahiro Nagasaki and Harry Carley

Description:
This is the first of an ongoing series of all-Shikoku conferences, sponsored by East Shikoku and Matsuyama chapters. Full details at eng.core.kochi-tech.ac.jp/eastshikoku.

Keynote speaker:
Ian Isemonger (Kumamoto University, JALT Journal editor) the state of the research trajectory in applied linguistics.

Featured speakers:
1. Masahiro Nagasaki (Kochi University of Technology) Changing EFL reading classrooms into "Reading Workshops"
2. Harry Carley (Matsuyama University) Team Teaching: The Total Team

Presentations
Ian Willey: Checking Native Checking
Rudolf Reinelt: Using Media in Rating 2nd FL Oral Examinations
Marcus Otlowski: Establishing an Instructor-Learner Dialogue
David Patterson: How Sweet the Sound? Pronunciation in Performance
Brett Milliner: Effective Listening Assessment
Daniel Ribble & Joanna Hare: Techniques for Using Film in the Classroom
Jennie Milliner: Learner Perceptions of Computer-assisted vs. Face-to-face Peer Feedback on Writing
Paul Batten & Gerardine McCrohan: Testing Communicative Compensatory Strategies
Jeremiah Mock: The Insight Playshop Approach to Adult Learning

Organization: East Shikoku Chapter of the Japan Association for Language Teaching (East Shikoku JALT)

Cost: JALT Members: free
Non-members: 1,000 yen

Venue: Kochi University, Media Library, 6th Floor. Tosayamada, Kochi

Location: Kochi City, Kochi Prefecture, Japan

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