2011

PLENARY SPEAKERS

*Injecting HOPE into the Profession -Michael E. Rudder-
*Leonardos in the Language Classroom: Teachers as researchers -Gabriel Diaz Maggioli-
*Best Practice in ELT: 10 traits of a Highly Effective Teacher -Christine Coomb-

 

PANEL SPEAKERS

*Teaching Translation in the 21st. Century: Challenges and Perspectives

-Ana Gabriela Guajardo-
-Miriam Matamoros-
-Armando González-
-Mizael Garduño-

PAPERS AND DEMOSTRATIONS

Student Reactions to Peer EditingFrank Malgesini -Ana Cecilia Villareal-

What knowledge does the effective teaching of English require? -María Esther Lemus-

Teaching a Foreign Language: An Intercultural Experience -Noelia Romero / Edgar Mendoza-

Reading about Reading... and Applying It -Martha Mora-

Making history of English accessible and easy: Distance material -Marcela Fernández-

Students’ Performance using Computer-Based Assessment in the EFL Classroom -Fernando Fernández-

The challenges in Teaching English -Jeremy Wallen-

Assessing writing skills n the language classroom -Margarita Pérez / Socorro Cristóforo-

The Role of Pen Pals as Learning Guides -Leticia Temoltzin / Jeanette Sandre-

Teachers’ Emotional Glue during Educational Change -Barbara Sholes Gillings-

Reading Models Menu: When to choose which? -Mabel Toral-

Teacher-Made Tests: Ensuring High Standars -Steven Randall-

Promoting teacher professional development through online task-based Instruction -Ma. Elena Solares-

Reading successfully in L1 as key to success in L2 -Alejandra López Olivera-

How honest are you with your students? Are they honest with you? -Laura Elena Aguilar-

Two woys to succeed in digital ESL classrooms -Judith Mosqueda / Ana Ma. Méndez-

The dimensions of learner autonomy -Ma. Elena Llaven / Frank Farmer / Ismael Chuc-

Undergraduate Research Proposals in an ELT Programme in Mexico -Paula Busseniers / Patricia Núñez-

Reading and its evaluation, a slippery ground -Dolores Serrano-

An analysis of vocabulary acquisition in an extensive reading course -Barbara Byer-

The tools of Collaborative Learning -Nico Wiersema-

Tasks and skills perfomance of beginner learners of English -Brenda Vargas-

The role of task in creating a professional identity -Dixie Santana-

The impact of SAC at UMSNH in the process of Learning English as L2 -Beatriz Navarro / Landy Rodríguez-

Reciprocal Teaching and the Co-regulation of Learning -Irlanda Olave / Ana Cecilia Villareal-

Tec de Monterrey’s experience implementing English graduation requirement -Teresa Tejeda /
Raquel Hernández-

Graphic Organizers as a Means to Increase Comprehension for ESLs -Bonnie Hamwi-

Motivated or unmotivated? The main characters speak -Gema Teresa Kuri-

Building communities of practice with student-teachers in an online TEFL BA -Daisy Giles-

An introduction to "FUNetics" -Alejandra Plaza-

Linguistics: Connecting Research to EFL Teacher Preparation and the EFL Classroom -Karen Jogan-

Bringing authenticity and autonomy to EAP through corpus-based activities -Francisco Barrón-

Sharing the experience of designing a School Leadership program at CIDEB -Jessica Rodríguez / Ricardo Briano-

On-line Exams: Advantages and Disadvantages -Luis Cabrera-

Marco Polo Buddy Journal -Vincent Scardino / Connie Ubben-

Vocabulary as a constant but not sole concern -Frances Boyd-

Rethinking Reading to Construct Students’ Professional Discourse -Ma. Lourdes Cisneros-

Baing an English teacher or a nurse? -Gabriela Cervantes / Gabriela Jacinto-

Implementing content and language teaching methodology within competency -Manuel Leos / Lourdes Cantú /
Alma Delia Frías-

Effects of Instruction and L2 Proficiency on Classroom Learners’ L2 Phonology -Diana Morales-

The compentencies: Have they turned us into "incompetent" teachers? -Estela Mendoza-

Mismatch between task demands and learners’ interpretation -Flor de María Mellado-

"You want us to do what?" Writing in a multilingual, multicultural classroom -Jennifer Craig-

How can teaching flexibly help giving instructions effectively? -Mariana Meyer-

The On-line Placement Test of UAM-A vs. Student’s Computer literacy -Gabriela Cortés / Vida Valero /
Francisco Rojas-

Misuse of Technologies in teaching Reading Comprehension to blinds -Emmanuel Ruiz / Ma. Carmen Gama-

Teaching English through songs -Celia Sánchez-

Conditions for effective group work -Ana Cecilia Villareal / Frank Malgesini-

The Virtual Teacher: An exploration of activities and approaches -Myrna Balderas-

English Proficiency: A competence needed in a global world or just a university requirement

-Gabriela Ladrón de Guevara-

Creating and implementing a blended course to study ESL at CELE-UNAM -Patricia Cánovas-

Teachers’s preferences toward oral corrective feedback in the EFL classroom -Edith Hernández /
Ana Bertha Jiménez-

ELT quality through teacher professionalization -Uriel Ruiz / Jorge Trujillo-

A Socially Mediated Network to Enhance Cultural Awareness: A Pilot Study -Luz María Ortíz-

Reading on-line connects research and performance in the classroom -Dulce Ma. Montes de Oca-

To observe or not to observe, that’s the question -Rosa Ma. Lozano-

Re-designing our curriculum to study ESL at CELE-UNAM: A first proposal -Elsa Oropeza-

Tragedy to Learning Opportunity: The Tucson Shooting in ESL Writing Class -Angela Miller-

Marriage and Shroud from Heaven will come -Susana Sierra-

How to conduct an effective Video Class -Gerson Cisneros-

Generating Lists of Words to Enhance Vocabualry and Motivate Students -Ellen Shenkarow-

Virtual lab: A proposal to develop skills through interactive materials -Mónica Ayala / Patricia Balderas-

Translation Studies. An Emerging Discipline -Rosa Luisa Loya / Ma. Lourdes Loya-

Teachnology: Teaching with technology and having fun -Carolina Labastida-

Young Adult Beginner Students’ Reluctance to Use English in EFL Class -Ma. Eugenia Jiménez-

To know English is enough to teach? -Norma Pérez-

WORKSHOPS

*Turning activities into tasks: a route into tasks-based learning -Philip Haines-

*_nf_rm_t_ _n-g_p -William Carlin-

*Interactive Activities for All Learners -Martha Youman-

*Improving lexical development through games -Sandra Smith / Eva Varela-

*Dictogloss Method: An integrated model for language teaching -Benjamin Stewart-

*Guiding students’ writing skills successfully -Ana Vanegas / Patricia Méndez / Elvira Mendoza-

*A Closer Look into Corpus Linguistics -Claudia Rocca-

*Emerging on-line social connected teachers to benefit their students’ foreign language skills

-Almendra Moreno / Adriana Macías-

*The multi faceted dimensions of differentiated instruction -Gregori Davies-

*Assessing listening: A competence based or a task based approach -Ma. Teresa Mallén-

*Conecting Innovative Methods to Inspire Excellence in Teacher Training -Linda Chu / Katheleen Hertenstein-

*Understanding CLIL through activities -Alejandra Aguilar-

*Using Technology in the ELT Classroom, Challenges and Opportunities -Gabriel Domínguez / Oscar Mendoza-

*Incorporating Human Rights Education in the EFL Classroom -Daniel López-

*Talk like an All-Star: Sports Jargon in Everyday Speech -Wayne Steely-

*Tips, Tricks and Truisms to Transfer Traditional Teachers into Facilitators -Patricia Reidy-

*Using an Inductive Approach for Successful Performance -Alejandro Martínez-

*Helping others and ourselves through Class Observation -Jaime Ancajima-

*Managing stress to obtain better academic resut -Ma. Guadalupe Santos / Jaime Torres / Omar Pacheco-

*Incorporating Focus on Form Techniques and Strategies into Communicative Activities -Holly Wilson-

*Ready? Warm? Go!!! -Norma Flores-

*Activities that promote critical thinking as a means to enhance learning -Raquel García Jurado-

*Successful Strategies that Stimulate Curiosity and Create Accountability -Teressa Fedorak / Diane Henderson-

*Activities to buid Classroom Cohesiveness on learning a Language -Elizabeth Alvarado / Lilia Rubio-

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