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MA Project Symposia 2018

LTS 2018 Final Presentations Schedule

All presentations will be held in 175 McKenzie, the main room in the Yamada Language Center.

All presentations will be 20 minutes with 10 minutes of questions & discussion. There will be 5 minutes between presentations.

Wednesday, August 8

Krystal Lyau Preparing Lower Proficiency Students for the English Composition Segment of the General Scholastic Ability Test in Taiwan with Genre-based Pedagogy 1pm-1:30pm
Alexis Busso Employing Metacognitive Strategies through an Interdisciplinary Approach for Engagement in International Concerns: An English for Academic Purpose (EAP) Writing Course 1:35-2:05pm
Ngan Vu Teaching and Learning L2 Composing Process: Adopting Extensive reading in L2 Integrated Reading-Writing in ESL classrooms in US community college 2:10-2:40pm
Yuxin Cheng Mandarin Chinese summer camp: developing language skills and cultural awareness through Chinese immersion in a CFL context 2:45-3:15pm

 

Thursday, August 9

Yumiko Omata Fostering Learner Autonomy Beyond Classroom and Border: JFL Global Collaborative Language Learning 1pm-1:30pm
Kunie Kellem Incorporating Project-Based Learning with Form-Focused Instruction in Japanese High School EFL classes under the Constraints of MEXT-Prescribed Textbooks 1:35-2:05pm
Logan Matz Pragmatic Communication in an Academic Context for International Graduate Students 2:10-2:40pm
Zach Patrick-Riley Improving Phonological Competence in Preparation for the Cambridge FCE Speaking Exam 2:45-3:15pm

 

Friday, August 10

Shulei (Rebekah) Wang Using Short Stories to Prepare Chinese Students for U.S. University Academic Writing 1pm-1:30pm
Sean Brennan Building Linguistic Fluency in Chinese through the Development of Extensive Reading Skills 1:35pm-2:05pm
Lee Huddleston Local Legend Literature as Content in English Language Classrooms: a Micronesian High School Context 2:10-2:40pm

 

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