ELT in Asia in the Digital Era: Global Citizenship and Identity : Proceedings of the 15th Asia TEFL and 64th TEFLIN International Conference on English Language Teaching, July 13-15, 2017, Yogyakarta, Indonesia book cover
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ELT in Asia in the Digital Era: Global Citizenship and Identity
Proceedings of the 15th Asia TEFL and 64th TEFLIN International Conference on English Language Teaching, July 13-15, 2017, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

ISBN 9780815379003
Published June 28, 2018 by Routledge
578 Pages

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Book Description

This proceedings book captures a wide range of timely themes for readers to be able to foresee the digital era's impact on English teaching in non-English speaking countries. English used in the global environment, the frequent mobile communication, and the use of AI-based translators are bringing about dramatic changes in our English language learning and teaching. Who can provide us the wisdom to know what to do? Those scholars going through these complex environmental changes! A collection of puzzle pieces may bring us a better contour for the future than a perfectly edited book. It's indeed a pleasure reading these insightful pieces to gain wisdom for the future of ELT practices in global contexts.

Table of Contents

Part I: English language teaching and learning developments – what do they mean in different contexts with different paradigms?

Teacher development for content-based instruction
D.J. Tedick

Sustainable professional development programs for English teachers: A case study in South Sulawesi, Indonesia
A. Abduh & R. Rosmaladewi

Teacher efficacy in instructional strategies in classroom among tertiary teachers in Central Java, Indonesia

Sex-based grouping in English language teaching
M. Mahmud & Sahril

The relationship of English proficiency and socioeconomic status with the choice of language learning strategies among EFL students of Cenderawasih University Papua
R.D.B. Rambet

Learners’ native language interference in learning English pronunciation: A case study of Indonesian regional dialects
M.N. Jannah, K.H. Hidayati & S. Setiawan

English Language Teaching (ELT) learners’ communication strategies in exclusive and task-based learning
B. Kadaryanto, T.H. Febiani & D. Utaminingsih

Exploring English lexical inferencing strategies performed by EFL university students
I. Hermagustiana

Digital collaboration and the impact on motivation and identity
S. Healy

Interpreting the demand of the curriculum creatively
A. Widyantoro

The effectiveness of an ELT model using Curriculum 13 to SMA students in Surakarta

Compromising between the general and specific skills in EAP syllabus development in Indonesian context

Academic reading needs analysis: Preliminary study of Malaysian prospective higher education students
S.M. Damio & N.N. Rosli

Using multi techniques to improve reading fluency in ESL classrooms
D.B. Devi & M. Dhamotharan

Collaborative summary writing as an activity to comprehend reading texts
L.A. Mauludin

Integrating CEFR, thematic contents, and intensive instruction in developing speaking materials for first-year English language teacher trainees
C.A. Korompot

Developing public speaking materials based on communicative language teaching for EFL learners in Indonesia
M.A.R. Hakim & M.J.Z. Abidin

Improving learners’ vocabulary mastery through the use of scaffolding strategies while storytelling in an EFL multiethnic classroom

The effect of school origins on the grammatical competence of university students
C.H. Karjo & R. Djohan


Part II: Exploring the relationship between the knowledge-based era and TEFL development

When ELF meets BELF: Building business communication into ELF-informed curriculum
Y.J. Yujobo

Indonesian English as a foreign language teachers’ instructional curriculum design: Revealing patterns of needs analysis
A. Triastuti & M. Riazi

Need analysis of English needs of midwifery students in Indonesia
F. Fahriany & N. Nuraeni

Teachers’ accountability in the post-method era: Balancing freedom and responsibility

Pre-service teachers’ self-reflection on their pedagogical competences upon joining the SM-3T program
N.A. Nurichsania & S. Rachmajanti

Exploring types and levels of motivation of Indonesian EFL learners
A. Budiman

Influence of motivation and language learning environment on the successful EFL learning

L2 learning motivation from the perspective of self-determination theory: A qualitative case study of hospitality and tourism students in Taiwan
H.T. Hsu

A comparison of gender disparity in East Asian EFL textbooks
N. Suezawa

EFL students’ perception on the role of target-language culture in CCU class
N. Hidayati, Sumardi & S.S. Tarjana

Sundanese local content integration in English for young learners’ classroom
I.A. Alwasilah

Written corrective feedback in a writing skill development program
S. Hidayati, A. Ashadi & S. Mukminatun

Contact with the nature: Field trip strategy in enhancing writing descriptive text

Inquiring language awareness of TEFL master students in advanced grammar course
M.D.A. Rizqan


Part III: Exploring and understanding today’s demands for foreign languages: Going beyond English language competencies

Developing fluency
I.S.P. Nation

Foregrounding global citizenship in EFL using UNESCO’s category of core values

Pedagogical movements in teaching English in the emerging issues of World Englishes
N. Mukminatien

Considering English varieties in Indonesia’s EFL teaching and learning
E. Andriyanti & V. Rieschild

Prospective EFL teachers’ awareness of varieties of English: Implications for ELT
N. Atma & W. Fatmawati

ELT shift: Necessary matters to be taught dealing with pronunciation among NNS related to English as a Lingua Franca (ELF)
Andy & L. Muzammil

Visualizing ideal L2 self and enhancing L2 learning motivation, a pilot study among Chinese college students
C. Zou

The potential of mobile technology in testing and enhancing L2 word recognition from speech
J. Matthews

Does exposure to L2 affect cultural intelligence?
Z. Nafissi & N. Salmasi

Indonesian EFL teachers’ identities in written discourse: English or Oriental domination?
R.D. Pratama

The construction of imagined identities in two Indonesian English bilingual adolescents
B. Chen & A. Lie

A case study of a seven-year old Indonesian-English bilingual child in a trilingual school
R.Y. Prayitno & A. Lie

The teacher’s code-switching in ELT classrooms: Motives and functions
D.A. Andawi & N.A. Drajati

Features of teachers’ code-switching in Indonesia: How multiple languages are used in tertiary bilingual classrooms
H. Cahyani

Code-switching and code-mixing in bilingual communication: Language deficiency or creativity?
D.A. Nugraheni

English as a medium of instruction: Issues and challenges for Indonesian university lecturers and students
R. Hendryanti & I.N. Kusmayanti

EFL learners’ opportunities and problems in literacy strategy implementation
N. Christiani & M.A. Latief

An explanatory study on the needs of skill-integrated coursebook for listening and speaking classes
S.K. Kurniasih, B.Y. Diyanti & L. Nurhayati

Indonesian teacher’s beliefs and practices on teaching listening using songs
N.A. Fauzi

More than just vocabulary search: A bibliographic review on the roles of corpora of English in 21st century ELT
S. Simbuka

Hyland’s model of argument in ESL writers essay
W.H. Osman

Investigating students’ perceptions of blended learning implementation in an academic writing classroom
F. Indratama, N.A. Drajati, D. Rochsantiningsih & J. Nurkamto


Part IV: Transforming TEFL in a fully digital world

Intercultural language teaching and learning in digital era
A.J. Liddicoat

Developing multiliteracies for EFL learners in the digital era
W. Lei

Exploring the contribution of the school culture and the learner factors to the success of the English e-learners
R.C.Y. Setyo, Suharsono & O. Purwati

Perception and ICT usage of students and lecturers of the English study program of the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Tridinanti University
Y. Hendrety

The story of “Julie”: A life history study of the learning experiences of an Indonesian English language teacher in implementing ICT in her classroom
D.S. Ciptaningrum

Faculty’s attitudes towards the shift to blended learning, challenges faced and its impact
K.K. Aye

The incorporation of Facebook in language pedagogy: Merits, defects, and implications
T.N.T. Dung & L.T.N. Quynh

Reading enjoyment in the digital age: How does it differ by parents’ education, self-expected education, and socio-economic status?
N.H.P.S. Putro & J. Lee

‘Read-to-Me’ story books: Parent-child home English reading activities
D.R. Meisani

Utilizing iBooks in teaching EFL reading comprehension
D.S. Suharti

The effectiveness of online brain-writing compared to brainstorming as prewriting strategies in teaching writing to students with high frequency and low frequency of Language Learning Strategies (LLS)
D. Hermasari

Gallery Walk for teaching a content course
I. Maharsi

Assessing speaking by f2f or using a developed application: Are there any differences?
M.S. Simatupang, M. Wiannastiti & R. Peter

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