2008

PLENARY SPEAKERS

*Teaching Grammar, Learning Grammar exploring Teacher beliefs and practices -Anne Burns-

*L1 Proficiency = L2 Competence; Prescription for a "Smoother Transition" -Rajul Bhargava-

*World Englishes and the English Language classroom -David Hall-

*Leading by example: ESL Teachers living and learning language -Shondel Nero-

*Educators as Leaders -Sandra Briggs-

*Communication across the Curriculum and English Language Learning: Two Movements Learning from each other

-Mya Poe-

*Leading Students towards Independent Word learning -Cheryl B. Zimmerman-

PAPERS AND DEMOSTRATIONS

*Neurocongnitive mechanisms in language processing -Adriana Rosalinda Galván Torres-

*Make them think having fun -Alejandro Lamadrid-

*Observing English Teachers' Competencies at the ITESM: Research versus Supervision -Laura Pérez Palacio-

*Fostering student's autonomy through Self-Access learning: A case study of Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas

-Elsa Pérea Amaro-

*A dash of humor, a pinch of play -Anna Knajdrowska-

*Metacognition of simple sentences in Spanish and metacognitive strategies to learn English -Uriel Ruíz Zamora-

*The transformation of language teaching in the European Higher Education Area

-María Luisa Pérez Cañado / Juan Ráez Padilla / Antonio V. Casas Pedrosa-

*The Academic experiences of students in a BA in applied linguistics -Margarita Hernández Macías /

Alberto Mora Vázquez-

*Pedagogic translation as a skill-enhancing tool -Alessio Zanier-

*Listening of change -Mónica Castillo-

*Multimedia Instruction on English Language Latin Etymologies: Effect on L2 vocabulary development

-Veronika de la Cruz Villegas-

*Stategic reading processes: Do you know how your students interpret texts? -Rebeca Huerta de la Garza / Adriana Rodríguez Wong-

*Cross - Cultural Awareness through video -Ireri Armenta-

*Using Moodle as a tool in the laboratory sessions -Xochitl León Oyarzabal / Mariana García-

*The significance of silcence as a Cultural Value in te English class -Gabriela Estela Cortés Sánchez /

Elvia Franco García / Vida Valero Borrás-

*Helping English language learners increase their Reading Speed -Elizabeth Alvarado Martínez / Beverly J. Hearn-

*The gosts of the self-access center -Jeime Rodríguez Alvarado / Rodolfo Fuetes Martínez-

*Making the most of classroom observations as professional learning opportunities -Suzanne House- 

*Pedagogical Implications for instruction from forst language interference in vocabulary use

-Ma. Georgina Clark Rivas / Ma. Yvette Verdugo Figueroa-

*Impact of Fulbright - García Robles Programs on EFL Teahcer development -Margaret B. Hug /

David Toledo Sarracino-

*ESL Tests and assessments: Perspectives from practicing professionals -Robert Kleinsasser-

*EAP Writing: Medusa of Siren? Meeting the Whole person through custained content -Melinda Dewsbury-

*Technology in language learning: An overview of narmalization -Frank Farmer / Ma. Elena Llaven Nucamendi-

*Integrated Assessment: Qualitative and Quantitative approaches in EFL -Manuel Leos / Lourdes L. Cantú-

*From Technophobe to (almost) Technophile -María Teresa Mallén-

*Actively Engaging English language learners through physical activity and problem based learning

-Diane Boothe / Ross Vaughn-

*Helping engineering Teachers to prepare and give a class in English -C. Patricia Cánovas Corral-

*Main Problems with which translators deal when rendering English to Spanish -Vilma Portillo Campos /

Ismael I. Chuc Piña-

*Collaborative groups creating language learning materials -Dixie Santana-

*How to create valid classroom assessments -Cynthia Wiseman-

*New English focus to improve researcher goals towards retrieving scientific information -Rafael Ibarra-

*Writing and TOEFLS scores: Is there a connection? -Laura Pérez Palacio / Linda Quendoz Liao-

*Strategies for meaningful learning in L2 writing -Dolores Serrano / Vida Valero-

*Course design: Formulating goals and objectives based on competencies -Javier M. Romero / Elda Rodríguez-

*Research - based practice for supporting English language literacy -Sharon Switzer-

*An Enviromental Study with English language learners -Amy Finegold-

*Thematic approach to an ESL learning community -Qiong-Ying Chen-

*An EFL Self - Access Conversation Corner -Janet Tyson / Rosa María Terán Guerrero-

*Did you say we can use a wiki? -Douglas Kohn-

*A comparison of difficulty between reading comprehension exams on paper and on-line -Barbara Byer Clark-

*Getting students to do self-assessment through the European Language Portfolio -Adriana Rodríguez Wong /

Luiza Collin / Narciso Araujo Alvineda-

*Service-Learning in the Immigrant/Refugee Community -Barbara Hall / Beth Wallace-

*Academic Science Vocabulary and Discourse Patterns -Karen Kouttab-

*Improving writing skills: Portfolios and journals -Josefina Espinoza-

*Student Presentations as Oral Assessments -Rae Roberts-

*How to motivate language learners? Listen to them! -Nelly Paulina Trejo Guzmán-

*How communicative is the communicative approach -Gabriela A. Elizondo Regalado-

*Technology as Theme and Tool -Lora Yasen / Marianne Stipe-

*How to prevent "downshifting" -Rosana Fernández Coto-

*Come play some games! Engaging Students in Content -Christie Knighton / Maurea Maya-

*With Good Intent Aforethought: Ways of Achieving Student and Teacher Contentedness -Deborah Osborne-

*English Language Learners at a Distance in a Graduate Engineering Course -Jennifer L. Craig-

*Contextualizing for L2 Writing -Maria Zlateva / Kimberly Shuckra-

*Listening Comprehension Competence in TEFL in the Mexican Context -Salomón Valle / Lourdes Alvarado-

*Research... Dare to see with new eyes!!! -Ana Gabriela Guajardo-

*Praxing the Practicum: AParticipatory Action Research Project with Pre-Service Teachers -Judy Sharkey /

Suany Herrara Alvarado / Ezequiel Carranza Robles-

*Why become an ELT manager? -Darragh O'Grady-

*The hazards of setting up an international dual MA program in TESL -Manuel A. Garduño Oropeza /

Pauline M. D. Moore Hanna / Kristan Taylor-

*The Origins of Translation and Interpretation in the New World -Ismael Ignacio Chuc Piña / Vilma Portillo Campos-

*Autonomy in ELT: Theory and practice -Diana De la Luz Castillo-

*Schema-building and Enjoyable, Cooperative Tasks Can Ease Students into Novel Reading -Sydney Kinnaman-

*Action Research - Making yourself a reflective practitioner -Omar Sánchez-

*Reading Comprehension Strategies in a Bilingual High School -Ma. Guadalupe Rodríguez Bulnes /

Jessica M. Rodríguez Hernández-

*Developing Educational Multimedia Material for ESL Students with JClic -Eduardo Almeida del Castillo /

Luis Noé Tilpan Bravo-

*General Principles behind speech acts withing authentic pragmatic contextual situations into the EFL/ESL classroom

-Armando González Salinas-

WORKSHOPS

*"I am translated": Subjectivity and self-expression in late interlanguage -Georgia Wilder-

*Make them speak -Beatriz Eugenia Navarro Cira-

*Writing, with a little help from a song -Alejandra Plaza Sierra-

*What can we do with true beginners -Laura Leyva-

*Planning the Impromptu Essay: Seven Minutes that can make a difference -Martha Mora-

*Peer Revision : Students charing and Teaching - Learning - Leading -Roger Gee-

*Creating Effective Readers Through Teacher's Reading Habits -Adriana Macías Torres /

Almendra V. Moreno Delgado-

*Going beyong reading comprehension -Jessica Mariela Rodríguez / Mario Alberto Sepúlveda-

*Seven different ways to use a folktale in the EFL classroom -Mary Quiroz-Whisler / Colleen Huerta-

*Trends in communicative language teaching -Catherine Higham-

*Using Music in the classroom: A Multi-skill approach -Amy Shavelson-

*Theaching pronunciation with old and new technology -Luis Cabrera-

*Reading can be a blast -Susana Sierra Chiron-

*Are we still humans? -Ma. Guadalupe Rodríguez B. / Oscar Eduardo Sandoval Villa-

*Foldables - A fun way to teach and learn -Martha Cabrera-

*Good spelling and decoding requires your eye, your mouth, and your ear -Sydney Kinnaman-

*Writing producto vs process. Facing the evil "Blank sheet" -Gabriela Ladrón de Guevara-

*Overcoming the assessment challenge: Extreme Makeover for EFL classroom assessment

-Jaqueline Benevento / Karen Jogan-

*Teachers helping Teachers become better Teachers -Flor de María Mellado de Bromley-

*Read Extensively! -Dulce Ma. Montes de Oca Olivo / Alejandra Varela Laurrabaquio-

*Write-on Punctuation! -Leticia S. Banks-

*Working with "Standard" language syllabuses -Paul Davies-

*Exploring ELT classrooms, some reasons for observing -Lilian B.-

*Teaching beginners exclusive an the target language: Is it possible? -Virginia Calhoun-

*Using Input-based incremental vocabulary instruction for ESL -Joe Barcroft-

*Group development: Friendship and cohesiveness -Dina Duque-

*Teaching intelligently to Cultural inteligence -Ma. Guadalupe Antos Espino / Aline Roddam-

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