CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

18 MAY 2017 - Thursday 

Hours
Events
Venues

8:30-10:30

Registration

Lobby Hall

10:30-11:15

Opening ceremony

Room 1

11:15-11:30

Coffee Break

Main Lounge

11:30-12:30

Opening plenary

Room 1: – Moderator: İsmail Hakkı Mirici
Brian North
Mediation and the CEFR: Descriptors for an undervalued concept

12:30-13:30

Lunch

Dining Hall
Concurrent session I
 
Room 1:
Chair: Rayenne Dekhinet
Room 2:
Chair: Kaine Gülözer
Room 3: 
Chair: Arda Arıkan
 
13:30-14:30

Mesut Kuleli, Yusuf Şen 

Use of plural in spoken English in an EFL context

Şule Yüksel Ertuğrul Seçer, Nadir Çeliköz

Investigating the effect of essay writing course, given along with comprehension-based instruction, on the writing skill development of high school students

Janet Enever

aking stock of global primary ELT: A meeting of International Relations theory with Applied Linguistics?

 

Merve Kiymaz, Mesut Kuleli
The use of “can” in spoken English by EFL students

Nihal Göy

An action research on the development of self-regulated writing strategies of Turkish EFL students

Elif Sezen İrican

A comparative study on Finland and Turkey’s basic education curricula in foreign language teaching

 

Yusuf Şen, Merve Kıymaz

The emergence and development of present progressive aspect in Turkish learners’ interlanguage

Agnes Ada Okpe, Martha Ada Onjewu     

Difficulties of learning essay writing: The perspective of some adult EFL learners in Nigeria

Ufuk Keles

Language policies of a Turkish state university presented on its Turkish- and English-medium official website: A comparative case study on De Jure Policies versus De Facto Practices in a virtual linguistic landscape

 

Concurrent session II

 

14:35-15:35

 

 

Room 1:
Chair: Birsen Tütüniş
Room 2:
Chair: Harun Serpil
Room 3: 
Chair: Mehmet Bardakçı
Room 4:
Chair:

Abdul Wahed Al Zumor
CLIL in Saudi higher education: A Linguistic shift from AMI to EMI

Andrea Dimitroff, Ashley Dimitroff

New beginnings: Trials and triumphs of newly hired teachers

Şeyma Kökcü, Deniz Ortaçtepe

Turkish EFL learners’ interpretation of metaphors: A study on conceptual socialization

 

Gulcin Cosgun, Bahar Hasirci

The impact of English medium instruction (EMI) on students’ language abilities

Mustafa Sarioğlu, Mehmet Saraç

Perceptions and needs of Turkish in-service teachers from various subject areas about in-service training courses within the context of FATIH Project

Ümran Üstünbaş

Metaphorically speaking: Pragmatic routines as the first aid kit for language learners

 

Anita Tjan

 The ecological approach in language to facilitate 21st century skills of university students in a listening and speaking course

Sevcan Bayraktar Çepni

Exploring teachers’ self-efficacy for teaching, motivation to teach and foreign language anxiety in relation to years of experience

Gunes Tunc, Deniz Ortactepe, Patrick Hart

Investigating academic discourse socialization of undergraduate English language and literature students through literature circles

 

15:35-16:00

Coffee Break

Main Lounge    
Concurrent session III
 
Room 1:
Chair: Yusuf Şen
Room 2:
Chair: Öznur Semiz
Room 3: 
Chair: Janet Enever
 
16:00-17:00

Evelina Jaleniauskiene

EFL students’ attitudes towards learning English in the problem-solving context

Mustafa Çoban

The Use of Hedging Devices in Spoken Discourse by Turkish University Students

Şule Yüksel Ertuğrul Seçer,
Nadir Çeliköz

Investigating the effect of kindergarteners’ perceptions of school on their attitudes towards school

 

Suzan Kavanoz, Sarin Akbaş

EFL teachers’ conceptualizations and instructional practices of critical thinking

Kadriye Dilek Akpınar, Zekiye Müge Tavil

How do EFL learners process discourse markers?

Seda Arda

Analysis of young learners' and teenagers' attitudes to English language learning

 

Özlem Khan

Investigating the impact of a teaching certificate program on non-ELT major students’ attitudes towards the communicative approach

Fawzi Al Ghazali

Awareness of critical discourse analysis underpins learners’ sociolinguistic competence and language use

Serhat İnan, Hacer Hande Uysal    

Identifying the functions of native language used by teachers in young learner EFL classrooms

 

Concurrent session IV
17:05-17:45
Room 1:
Chair: Donika Elezkurtaj Bërveniku
Room 2:
Chair: Olcay Sert
Room 3: 
Chair: Anne Wiseman
 

Kadriye Aytaç
Usage of speech like expressions in students' written works

Jaeuk Park

Multimodality as an interactional resource for classroom interactional competence (CIC)

Chris EdwardsGrammar Strategies for Academic Reading Comprehension

(WORKSHOP)

 

Irina Rets

Eliciting ELT students’ understanding of plagiarism in scientific writing

Elif TAŞKIN

Vocabulary explanations in meaning and fluency contexts: A conversation analysis perspective

 

 

20:00-22:30

Welcome cocktail

Venue (TBA)    

19 MAY 2017 - Friday

8:30-9:15

Registration

Main Lounge

9:15-10:15

Plenary

Room 1- Moderator: Birsen Tütüniş
Hacer Hande Uysal
The Critical Pragmatic Approach to Academic Writing in English
Concurrent session I

 

Room 1:
Chair: Irina Rets
Room 2:
Chair: Züleyha Ünlü
Room 3: 
Chair: Öznur Semiz
Room 4:
Chair: Arda Arıkan
10:20-11:20

Aynur Kesen Mutlu, Yonca Ozkan

Cultural considerations in English language teaching

Özgür Şahan, Salim Razi

Investigating rater cognition: How do teachers think while assessing writing?

Meruyert Seitova

The EPOSTL (European Portfolio for Student Teachers of Languages) promotes professional development: ELT in-service teachers views

Sabriye Şener, Derya Bostan
Using posters in EFL classroom: An elementary school case

Özge Aksoy, Zekiye Müge Tavil

Translation of culture-specific items in media website texts: A study on tendencies towards constitution or substitution

Geraint Brown

Authenticity of writing: Triangulating IELTS Academic Task 2, EAP pre-sessional and Masters' tasks

Recep Şahin Arslan

An investigation of the professional competencies of student teachers of English

Hamide Nur Ünal

Using drama to boost confidence and reduce anxiety in EFL classrooms

Messaouda Ladjini

The Place of Translation as a Teaching/Learning Strategy in EFL Classes: Translation Reconsidered

Ebru Melek Koc

Development of a genre-based online academic writing course for graduate students
(VIRTUAL)

Agnes Ada Okpe, Martha Ada Onjewu

Self-development strategies for the enhancement of EFL teachers

Hatice Gülru Yüksel, Suzan Kavanoz

Quest for new pedagogies: Webquest in literature courses

11:20-11:40

Coffee Break & Poster Presentations - Main Lounge (3 posters)

 

Hajrulla Hajrullai

Influencing factors on further development of bilingual education Macedonia

Natalia Aleksandrovna Komisarenko

Creative approaches and methods in English language teaching: A practical view

Erkan Yüce

Designing a writing examination based on the CEFR principles at Waystage (A2) level at vocational school: A case study

Concurrent session II

 

 

Room 1:
Chair: Sabriye Şener
Room 2:
Chair: Rayenne Dekhinet
Room 3: 
Chair: Erkan Külekçi
Room 4:
Chair: Aynur Kesen
11:40-12:40

Şeyma Aktaş, Recep Şahin Arslan

An evaluation of explicit oral communication strategy training

Zehra Savran, Aysel Şahin Kızıl

The integration of corpus into EFL instruction: A study of learner attitudes

Ayşegül Yurtsever

Differential effects of motivational tasks on students’ motivation

Gizem Akçor

BRING THE ACTION! Involving technical preparatory students in EFL reading classes: An action research study

Ramazan Yetkin

Research into pronunciation learning strategies of pre-service English teachers

Yelda Orhon, Demet Kulaç, Emine Güzel

A corpus linguistic study on the use of however in British academic spoken and written English

Mehmet Abi

Interaction effects between self-efficacy, academic self-concept, attributions and perceived success of high school students

Hülya İpek

Do foreign language reading lessons shape our students' world knowledge?

Erdal Ayan, Elif Demirel

Analyzing research tendencies of ELT researchers and trajectory of English language teaching and learning in the last five years

Maide Yılmaz, Zeynep Özdem Ertürk

A contrastive corpus-based analysis of the use of reporting verbs by native and non-native ELT researchers

Özge Selçuk

A display of patterns of change in learners' motivation: Dynamics perspective

Emel Tozlu Kilic, Zeynep Yildiz Çelebi

A comparative study on the effect of technology on students’ L2 reading motivation

12:40-13:45

Lunch - Dining Hall

13:45-14:45

Plenary 

Room 1: - Moderator: İsmail Hakkı Erten
Alastair Henry 
Small lens, big insights: Ushioda’s agenda for researching L2 motivation in context
Concurrent session III
 
Room 1:
Chair: Kadriye Dilek Akpınar
Room 2:
Chair: Hatice Gülru Yüksel
Room 3: 
Chair: İsmail Hakkı Erten
Room 4:
Chair: Suzan Kavanoz
14:50-15:50

Aynur Kesen Mutlu, Yesim Kesli Dollar

Intercultural competence through the eyes of Turkish university students

Hyun Kyung Miki Bong, Bohyon Chung 

A study on perception of Korean-accented English

Maide Yilmaz

The effect of data-driven learning on EFL students’ acquisition of lexico-grammatical patterns in EFL writing

 

Meral Öztürk

Multiple meanings in the EFL lexicon

Hatice Kübra Koç

The current positions of intercultural communication in secondary school course books in Turkey

Esim Gürsoy, Madina Hüseyinoğlu

ELT teacher trainees attitudes toward the pronunciation skill and their awareness of its features

Donika Elezkurtaj Bërveniku

The art of argumentation: A sociolinguistic approach to developing thesis statements (the case of Kosova high school students)

Mehmet Bardakçi, Emrah Cinkara

Two aspects of vocabulary knowledge: Breadth and Depth

Öznur Semiz, Özlem Salman

The factors determining the motivation to participate in Erasmus program for Turkish EFL students

Ömer Eren, Mehmet Kılıç, Erdoğan Bada

Pausing patterns within a cross-linguistic context

Fatma Tanriverdi-Köksal, Ayşegül Daloğlu

Explicit instruction of paragraph writing to practice the writing strategy of organizing ideas

Filiz Mergen, Gülmira Kuruoğlu

A comparison of Turkish-English bilinguals’ processing of emotion words in their two languages

15:50-16:15

Coffee Break & Poster Presentations - Main Lounge (3 posters)

 

Hajrulla Hajrullai

Influencing factors on further development of bilingual education Macedonia

Natalia Aleksandrovna Komisarenko

Creative approaches and methods in English language teaching: A practical view

Erkan Yüce

Designing a writing examination based on the CEFR principles at Waystage (A2) level at vocational school: A case study

 

Workshop
 
Room 1:
Chair: Burcu Koç
Room 2:
Chair: Sezen Arslan
Room 3: 
Chair: Anne Wiseman
Room 4:
Chair: Funda Ölmez

 

 

16:15-17:15

Özge Günel, Seden Karadeniz, Gökçe Akgül

An ESL book writing journey & ilustrator’s hands workshop

Yasemin Arşın

Using Integrated Tasks in Assessing Academic Writing Skills

Stephen Kuntz

“Put It in Your Own Words”: Pitfalls and Perils of Paraphrasing for the L2 Student

Bilin Üçüncü Özoğul

Vitalizing language detectives:  Investigating the use of songs for language awareness from the learner training perspective

Concurrent session IV

 

Room 1:
Chair: Hatice Gülru Yüksel
Room 2:
Chair: Olcay Sert
Room 3: 
Chair: Ufuk Balaman
Room 4:
Chair: Seher Balbay
17:20-18:00

Harun Serpil

An analysis of augmented reality applications in world language education

Gökçe Hilal Sincer

Inquiring ‘what to teach’ and ‘how to teach’ in EVP classes: A general overview on English teaching for Vocational Purposes in Turkey

Rayenne Dekhinet

EFL pre-service teachers’ perceptions on group work

Samar Sami Hammadi

Turkish and Iraqi Students: A Cross Cultural Study On Performing Request Speech Act 

Mehmet Şahin, Şeyda Eraslan, Gazihan Alankuş, Özge Altıntaş, Damla Kaleş, Yiğit Can Parıltı, Yasin Sinan Kayacan, Mert Künan

Transcending limitations of interpreter education with the help of virtual worlds

Aybüke Demet Ören, Ali Öztüfekçi, Ahmet Cihat Kapçık, Ayten Kaplan, Çiğdem Yılmaz Uzunkaya

Building awareness of world Englishes among university preparatory students

Burtay Hatice İNCE

A deeper insight into perceptions of pre-service teachers on different modes of peer feedback and its impact on their teacher efficacy beliefs

S. Gaye ÖZYAKA Intercultural competence in teaching business English: A schema theory approach

Yeliz Yazici

Movieoke in language learning classes

Mahdjouba Chaouche An Investigation of the Implementation of Differentiating Instruction in EFL Classes in an Algerian Context

 

 

20:00-23:00

Social Programme I

TBA

20 MAY 2017 - Saturday

8:30-9:15

Registration

Main Lounge

9:15-10:15

Plenary

Room 1- Moderator: Hande Uysal
Steve Mann
Video-based pedagogic practices in language teaching and teacher education: Establishing a reflective dimension
Concurrent session I

 

Room 1:
Chair: Şevki Kömür
Room 2:
Chair: Søren W. Eskildsen
Room 3: 
Chair: Arzu Şarlanoğlu Vural
Room 4:
Chair: Birsen Tütüniş
10:20-11:20

Mehdi Solhi Andarab, Aynur Kesen Mutlu

The effect of spatial intelligence-based metalinguistic written corrective feedback on the linguistic errors of EFL learners in writing

Emel Küçükali

Teacher identity and transnational experience: A case of an EFL teacher from Georgia teaching in Turkey

Gokhan Cepni

A corpus-driven analysis of theses at Master and PhD level : What they suggest for professional development for language teachers in Turkey?

Naima Bouyakoub Bouabdallah

The ESP teaching and learning situation in the Algerian universities with reference to psychology students at Tlemcen University

Ayten Kayacan, Salim Razi

Digital self and peer feedback in EFL writing at a Turkish high school

Mehmet Durmaz, Nur Yiğitoğlu

Being another or the other: Issues and challenges in the professional identity development of alternatively-certified English language teachers (in an EFL context)

İsmet Öztürk

Rhetorical organisation of the sub-sections of research article introductions in applied linguistics

Kaine Gülözer

Engineering students’ needs in English for Specific Purposes

Erdal Ayan, S. Sadi Seferoğlu

Using Etherpad for online collaborative writing activities and learners with different language learning strategies

Anne Wiseman

Only time will tell: An analysis of the long term impact of professional development programmes on teachers’ lives

Özge Aksoy, Zekiye Müge Tavil

Direction effects of translational norms on the translations of website articles

Amel Zine

The situation of ESP in EFL economics classes

11:20-11:40

Coffee Break

Main Lounge    
Concurrent session II
 
Room 1:
Chair: Erkan Külekçi
Room 2:
Chair: Hacer Hande Uysal
Room 3: 
Chair: Maria Vanessa
Room 4:
Chair: Recep Şahin Arslan
11:40-12:40

Şevki Kömür, Şeyda Selen Çimen

Exploring pre-service English teachers’ course expectations and their realization levels through portfolios

Kadriye Dilek Akpınar, Asuman Aşık, Arzu Şarlanoğlu Vural

How to present new vocabulary? Corpus based contextual guessing, dictionary use, and online instruction

Zehra ÖZKAHYA

Exploring the effects of gender and proficiency levels on Turkish EFL learners’ beliefs about language learning: A cross-sectional study

Emrah Cinkara, Mehmet Bardakçı

EFL teachers’ views and actual use of digital components of coursebook packages

Elif Bozyigit, Burcu Koc

How competent are you? Pre-service language teachers’ perceptions of their teaching competencies

Irina Rets

Vocabulary retention and concordance-based instruction in L3 acquisition

Bahar Hasirci, Gulcin Cosgun

Investigating the perceived factors affecting students’ level of English proficiency during their studies in a university with English-medium instruction: A phenomenological study

Arda Arikan

The most and least beneficial activities offered in primary school English language coursebooks

Şeyda Selen Çimen, Ayşegül Daloğlu

Dealing with in-class challenges: Pre-service English teacher cognitions

Kübra Örsdemi̇r

The effectiveness of implicit and explicit cognitive processing in incidental vocabulary acquisition

Seher Balbay, Selcan Kilis
Instructors' perceptions of the use of a course-specific YouTube channel when teaching academic presentation skills

Sezen Arslan

An investigation into gender representations in A Turkish EFL textbook

12:40-13:40

Lunch

Dining Hall
Colloquium Presentations  

 

Room 1:
Chair: Şevki Kömür
Room 2: 
Chair:  İsmail Hakkı Erten
13:40-14:40

Maria Vanessa aus der Wieschen, Søren W. Eskildsen
Classroom interaction and young learners: How do teachers achieve understanding and create learning moments?

Signe H. Jensen

Extra-mural English: What is it and how does it affect young learners' proficiency?

 

İsmail Hakki Erten, Arzu Kanat-Mutluoglu

"Public speaking is like a roll-neck jumper, suffocates if not prepared"

Funda Ölmez, Dilara Somuncu

Through the student teachers' lenses: Sources of anxiety while speaking publicly

Olcay Sert, Ufuk Balaman, Safinaz Büyükgüzel

On the role of extra-mural English in Turkey: Young learners and teacher education

 

Maria Vanessa aus der Wieschen, Ufuk Balaman, Safinaz Büyükgüzel, Søren W. Eskildsen, Signe H. Jensen, Olcay Sert, Johannes Wagner)

Using extra-mural English to design teaching materials

 

Dilara Somuncu, Kadriye Aksoy
Emotional strategies employed by student teachers in public speaking course

Kadriye Aksoy, İsmail Hakki Erten

"I am just shy and timid": Student teachers' explanations of their performances in their presentations

Fiona Copland

Discussant

Arzu Kanat-Mutluoglu, Funda Ölmez 
"Of course, from the teachers": Student teachers' preferences of feedbacks in public speaking course

15:00-

FREE HOUR (SIGHTSEEING)

20:00-23:00

Social programme II

Gala Dinner

21 MAY 2017 – Sunday

8:30-9:30

Registration

Main Lounge
Concurrent session I
 
Room 1:
Chair: Irina Rets
Room 2:
Chair: Yusuf Şen
Room 3: 
Chair: Arzu Kanat Mutluoğlu
 
09:30-10:10

Zuleyha Unlu, Erkan Kulekci

Combining theory and practice: Towards teachers’ expertise

Seher Balbay, Selcan Kilis
Students' perceptions of the use of a YouTube channel specifically designed for an academic presentations skills course

Burcin Kagitci Yildiz

The effects of speaker’s accent on listening comprehension tests

 

Nurdan Kavakli, Sezen Arslan

The role of AID model of effective feedback in pre-service EFL teachers’ professional development

Nuray Alagözlü Metalinguistic knowledge and Metacognitive Awareness in Foreign Language Teacher Education (Virtual)

Burcu Karakaya, Merve Selçuk

The case of code- switching: The interaction of English and Turkish in ELT classrooms

 

10:10-10:30

Coffee Break

Main Lounge    
Concurrent session II
 
Room 1:
Chair: Kadriye Aksoy
Room 2:
Chair: Ufuk Balaman
Room 3: 
Chair: İsmail Hakkı Erten
Room 4:
Chair:
10:30-11:10

Merve Baykan

Growth Mindset & Success

Suhair Al Alami

Diagnostic assessment in the EFL classroom: Points to ponder

(VIRTUAL)

Nuray Caylak

A study into the interplay between L1 and L2 reading behaviour, L1 vocabulary and L2 vocabulary development

 

Cennet Altıner
Willingness to communicate in Turkish English-as-a-foreign-language (EFL) classroom context
(VIRTUAL)

Nurdan Kavakli

Utilizing European guidelines for establishing quality standards in language testing and assessment
(VIRTUAL)

Zeynep Özdem Ertürk

The effects of receptive and productive learning tasks on EFL learners’ knowledge of collocation and meaning

 

 

11:15-11:45

 

Closing Remarks

Room 1