|Date||:||August 21 – 22, 2021|
|Organized by||:||Department of English, Faculty of Letters, Universitas Negeri Malang (UM)|
|Theme||:||Insights from the English Language Classrooms: Learning from Best Practices|
Insights from the English Language Classrooms: Learning from Best Practices
- Synchronous and asynchronous online pedagogy
- Blended learning
- Teaching young learners
- Teaching teenagers and young adults
- Teaching adult learners
- Classroom discourse
- Teachers’ knowledge and beliefs
- Teachers’ professional development
- Intercultural communicative competence
- ESP and CLIL
- Teaching Linguistics and Literature
|Prof. Lawrence Zhang
(The University of Auckland – New Zealand)
Dr. Lawrence Jun Zhang is Professor of Linguistic-in-Education (Applied Linguistics & TESOL) in the School of Curriculum and Pedagogy and Associate Dean (AD) International Partnership for the Faculty of Education and Social Work. His research programme spans cognitive, linguistic, sociocultural and developmental factors in reading / biliteracy development, critical reading awareness in language education, metacognition, self-regulated learning (SRL) and reading development in L1 and L2 contexts, bilingual/biliteracy acquisition and bilingual/biliteracy education in primary and secondary schools, and learning and teaching English as a second/foreign language at university settings, the effects of self-regulated reading and writing instruction on bilingual/biliteracy development, and teacher identity and cognition in language teacher education.
|Dr. Jodie Martin
(The University of British Columbia – Canada)
Dr Jodie Martin is an educational linguist specializing in academic writing. She currently works as an Academic English lecturer at Vantage College, University of British Columbia, Canada, where she teaches in the Science stream. She draws on systemic functional linguistics and Legitimation Code Theory to unlock the secrets of language and knowledge practices for students in reading and writing. Her current research interests include the role of grammatical circumstances and logic in academic registers and inclusive reflective writing pedagogy.
|Dr. Johannes Ananto Prayogo
(Universitas Negeri Malang – Indonesia)
Johannes Ananto Prayogo is an assistant professor teaching at Department of English, Faculty of Letters, State University of Malang, Indonesia. He holds two master’s degrees in English Language Teaching focusing on the teaching of reading skill and vocabulary mastery, the former from Institute of Teacher Training and Education Malang, awarded the best graduate and the latter from University of Houston USA. He obtained his doctoral degree from State University of Malang, focusing on the teaching of English as a foreign language (TEFL). He has been teaching at the Department since 1985 and served as its head from 2011 to 2019. His research interests centred on TEFL in primary, secondary school and university settings, and linguistics and literature in ELT. Email address: Johannes.firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Dr. Thi Ngoc Yen Dang
(University of Leeds – United Kingdom)
Yen Dang is a Lecturer in Language Education at the School of Education, the University of Leeds, U.K. She obtained her MA in TESOL and PhD in Applied Linguistics from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Before joining Leeds, she was a lecturer at Vietnam National University, Hanoi. Her research interests include vocabulary studies, corpus linguistics, and English for Academic/Specific Purposes. Her articles have been published in Language Learning, TESOL Quarterly, Language Teaching Research, System, English for Specific Purposes, Journal of English for Academic Purposes, ELT Journal, and RELC.
- Conference Fees
- Indonesian Presenters IDR 150,000
- International Presenters USD 20
- Payment should be transferred to this account.
- Virtual Account Number : 9888855501100000
- Name : iNELTAL Conference
- Bank : BNI
- Swift code : BNINIDJAMLG
- Branch Name : 151 Malang
- Deadline for abstract submission: 25 June 2021 (extended)
- Notification of abstract acceptance: 9 July 2021
- Deadline for full paper submission: 13 August 2021
- Deadline for registration and payment: 23 July 2021
- Conference dates: 21 – 22 August 2021
- Presenters whose abstracts are accepted can send their full papers for possible publications in the following venues.
- ISSN Proceedings
- Indexed Proceedings (terms and conditions apply)
- J-ELLiT (Journal of English Language, Literature and Teaching)
The program schedule will be made available in due time.