Tamagawa University:

The 2015 ELF Forum

Date: Sunday, October 25th, 2015 Time: 11:00 AM - 4:15 PM

Speaker: Several speakers

Invited speakers:
1. Dr. Nathanael Rudolph (Mukogawa Women’s University)
 Title: Conceptualizing and Approaching Education for Glocal Interaction Beyond Essentialization: A Focus on Japan
2. Dr. Ayako Suzuki (Tamagawa University, College of Humanities)
 Title: Welcome to the messy world of English: Towards a more transformative approach to English
Parallel Session speakers
a. Dara Langley
 Title: Being smart with your smartphone
b. Corazon Kato
 Title: ELF awareness in the classroom
c. Blagoja Dimoski
 Title: Redefining listening comprehension in an ELF context
d. Brett Milliner & Travis Cote
 Title: Training ELF teachers to create a more effective blended learning environment
e. Shigeko Shimazu
 Title: How do Japanese students acquire English skills?
f. Arup Pandey
 Title: Seven habits of a highly communicative ELF class
g. Daniel Worden
 Title: Using Google Forms for homework assessment and monitoring
h. Paul McBride & Travis Cote
 Title: Challenging the notion that ELF threatens academic standards
i. Michelangelo Magasic
 Title: Film as an ELF text

Organization: Tamagawa University

Cost: free

Venue: Tamgawa University Tamagawa University Hall 2014, 6th floor Room 612, Tamagawagakuen, Machida, Tokyo, Japan 194-8610

Location: Machida City, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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