2007

PLENARY SPEAKERS

*Opening New Horizons in ELT planning and assessment -Karen Jogan-

*ELT in Asia: What's common in Mexico? -Jun Liu-

*Teacher-led assessment: Weighing the costs and benefits -Geoff Brindley-

*The Impact of Standardized Testing on the classroom -Frances Boyd / Barbara Byer / Ylda Farré-

*Teaching... and still learning -Barbara Bangle-

PAPERS AND DEMOSTRATIONS

*Reflections on the limits of automated translation -Regina Chorné / José Sánchez / Olivia Chalé-

*Building skills for the TOEFL iBT: The effectiveness of the integrated-skills approach -Antoaneta Antonova-

*Influence of oral examiners discourse on the outcome of speaking exams -Martha Patricia Carranza-

*Self access center institutional network in the UAEM -Jeime Rodríguez / Rodolfo Fuentes-

*Important considerations to render literary material from English to Spanish -Vilma Portillo-

*Communicative competence vs. Grammatical competence -Eleanor Occeña-

*What can we do if it is neither true nor false? -Carlos Jiménez-

*Refreshing memory in your native language -Midori Lorenzana Rivero-

*The cinema as a Link between student worlds in ELT -Douglas Goodwin-

*Identifying the Listening-Comprehension problems of advanced learners at the ITESM, Campus Puebla

-Rosa María Ballesteros-

*Techniques and activities using cooperative learning in higher education -Betty Risco-

*Teachers' beliefs and practices about assessment -Narciso Araujo / Marisol Nacud-

*Interwoven paths: education and social activism / responsibility -Jennifer Granger-

*Using iPod shuffle technology in ESL entry level pronunciation classes -Ada Rivera / Mary Quiroz-Wyisler-

*Discourse in language learning and teaching -Elizabeth Alvarado-

*Achieving success in learning English -Elva Mellor-

*How to be a boring teacher -Celia Sánchez-

*The Impact of contrastive grammar on college ESL writing -Barbara Hall-

*Teaching planning and decision making: College faculty preconceptions -Girola Ercolino-

*Design and implementation of an Intercultural communication course in an EFL context -Blanca Tapia-

*L1 in the L2 classroom: Framing NNES teacher beliefs and practices -James Corcoran-

*Promoting reflection and responsibility -Peter Reilly-

*Make them love it: Writing can be enjoyable! -Gandy Quijano-

*From ESL students to ESOL teachers: a Journey -Alexandra Never-

*Linguistic competence. What do English teachers know when they know English?

-Salomón Valles / Lourdes Alvarado-

*Teaching synthesis through fiction and related cultural and historical media -Karen Santiago-

*"Why are they International students sitting in the back of the class?": Language problems encountered bye Mexican International Students at an American Border University -Violet Johnson Jones / Melisa Santos-

*Designing a writing program -María de Lourdes Loya / Rosa Luisa Loya-

*The piloting of CELE's revamped Teacher Training Course -Patricia Cánovas-

*Post obervation meetings: Exploring oral feedback in an in-service teacher training program -Adriana Rodríguez / Margarita Hernández-

*Conversational program for High School students -Elda Rodríguez-

*Applying concepts of scaffolding to the Teaching of reading -Anne Burns-

*Shifting cultural paradigms: Virtual travel and collaborative learning -Betty LaFace-

*Supervising a school English program. An opportunity for development and growth -Gilma Zuñiga-

*Confronting racism with content based learning -Colleen Ijuin / Marla Calico-

*Developing literacy in English Language Learners: Sociocultural contexts -Amie Sarker-

*A personal & Interactive Approach -Tim Conrad-

*Teaching collaboratively; An I-BEST classroom -Christie Knighton / Jodi Golden-White-

*The use of cyberspaces and the development of the Intercultural competence -Gabriela Cortés / Elvia Franco-

*A professional perspective an teacher education and deveopment -Frank Farmer-

*Stuck on Idioms -Kelly Manuel-

*Lexical Borrowing through globalization -María Clara Mondejar-Nicasio-

*Choosing the right method for needs analysis in EBP: What works best? -Antonio Saldaña / Martha González / María Martínez-

*Consideration of the facts beyond techniques for classroom management -José Antonio Matrón Valdez-

*Improving English among University Faculty and Staff: A practical Approach -Katherine Dell-

*Concentric Circles -Lourdes Solís-

*Training Parents to use The Ronjat Method for Second Language Learning -Honoré France-

*The problems of designing a TBL/PBL business course for university students -Laura Pérez-

*Chatting with an Intelligent Machine is not senseless at all! -Carlos Jiménez / Nora López-

*Mentoring In-service English language teachers -Adriana Rodríguez-

*Mediating Language Performance through drama: A sociocltural perspective -John Haught-

*Factors that help English language learning in Higher Education students -Liliana Villalobos-

WORKSHOPS

*Practical strategies to support students in their learning autonomy -Javier Romero-

*Communities of art: connecting the city to the classroom -Jacqueline Benevento / Karen Jogan-

*Learning strategies and learning styles: An effective combination to teach reading -Guadalupe Rodríguez / Mario Sepúlveda / Jessica Hernández-

*Class Observation: Learning, surveillance or judgement? -Luis González-

*Brain gymnastics: Empowering the brain to learn English -Alberto Hurtado-

*To draw or not to draw... that is the challenge -Mónica Castillo-

*Addictive chants and skits for worksite ESP -Bruno Kamps-

*Adventures in Problem based learning with ELLs -Peggy Hopper / Beverly Hearn-

*Multiple-Choice exam and item moderation: Some things never die -Martha Mora-

*Using Cinderella to combine social studies and ELA -Dorothy Rudolph-

*Using songs to design exercises for adult ESL classes -Marilyn Ramirez-

*Developing emotional Intelligence in Language Learning and Teaching -Flor Mellado-

*Selecting Material for Listening Comprehension -María Teresa Mallén-

*Making a Difference in the Language classroom -Sonia Acosta / Ana Guajardo-

*Helping students view new horizons through personal response to literature -Roger Gee / Patricia Duncan-

*Pragmatics and speech acts: A link towards active and real interactions in EFL/ESL -Armando González Salinas-

*Learning from our war stories -Dixie Santana-

*How tablegames have an effect on long term storage -Ma. Guadalupe Santos-

*A teacher-directed approach for decoding long words and developing reading fluency -Sydney Kinnaman-

*Deconstructing constructivism -Carlos Lizárraga-

*Teaching pronunciation to improve listening. How to do it -Luis Cabrera-

*Engaging English Language learners in scaffolded reading experiences -Solange Lopes-Murphy-

*Focus on form: The New Post-CLT approach to ELT -Holly Wilson-

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