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Tunisian Association of Teachers of English

We Work Better, When We Work Together

Second International Conference on
Shaping the Future of ELT: Challenges and Opportunities
May 3 & 4 at Golden Tulip El Mechtel Hotel, Tunis

Conference Program
DAY 1
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Starting from 8.00: REGISTRATION
08: 30 – 08:40 Opening address by TATE’s President: Dr. Salwa M’rabet- Abid
08:40 – 08:50 a representative from the Ministry of Higher Education: Pr. Slim Choura (Director of Technical Cooperation)
08:50 – 09:00 Opening address by Masoud Jbehi, representative of the Ministry of Education
09:00 – 09:10 Opening address by Katherine Hall, representative of the U.S Embassy

9.30-10.30: Multi-purpose Hall
Plenary 1: Pr. Rod Ellis

The Significance of the Implicit vs. Explicit Distinction for Language Pedagogy
10.30-11.00 COFFEE BREAK

11.00-11.30
11.35-12.05

ROOM 1
ROOM 2
ROOM 3
ROOM 4

ROOM 1
ROOM 2
ROOM 3
ROOM 4

SESSION 2
Ahlem Selmi (Tun) Conducting Research in ELT : Collecting Qualitative Data in the Form of Learner Diaries
Amel Msimeer (Lyb) A self-access learning facility in a Libyan University
Claudia Kiburz (USA/UAE) Turn it in: it’s not just a number
Hadjerr Bellout (Alg) The Effect of Learning Styles and Motivation on Students’ Vocabulary Acquisition. The Case of 2nd Year L.M.D
Students of English at the University of Constantine1
Mondher Chaaben (Tun) Exploring Tunisian students' and teachers' attitudes towards transfer of learning from composition to literature
and civilization

12.10-12.40

ROOM 5

SESSION 1
Souryana Yessine (Alg) “EFL Teaching Materials and Multimodal Communication”
Chokri Smaoui (Tun) Psycholinguistics as a Source of Inspiration for Language Teachers
Abderrahim El Karfa (Mrc) Open Space Methodology: The Teacher as Facilitator
Abderrazek Dammak (UAE) Exploring Reasons of Students’ Negative Attitude to Remedial Work
POSTER SESSION: Samira Boukedi (Tun/UAE)

15.2515.55

14.50-15.20

SESSION 3
ROOM 1 Anouar Bennani (Tun): Varieties of English and standardization: Conformity or continuity
ROOM 2 Faiza Bensemmane (Alg): Teacher Identity Formation Through Narrative Discourse
ROOM 3 Faten Aloui (Tun): Integrativeness and Instrumentality among ISLT Students of English
ROOM 4 Fouzia Toury (Mrc): ECRIF framework
12.45 – 13.45 LUNCH BREAK
14.00 – 14.45: Multi-purpose Hall
Plenary 2: Pr. Chris Kennedy
Transforming ELT : from research to reform “the art of the possible”
ROOM 1
ROOM 2
ROOM 3
ROOM 4

SESSION 4
Kathy Ewing (Oman): Engaging Activities to Meet the Challenges of Acquiring High-Level Vocabulary
Mohamad Alayesh (UK): Researching ELT: How Should It Be Approached?
Mazen Mansoury (UK): Teachers’ Roles and Beliefs in Assessment
Najeh Souissi (Tun): The Impact of the Communicative Approach on the Communicative Proficiency of Undergraduate Sociology
Students: An Experimental Study
SESSION 5

ROOM 1
ROOM 2

Stephen Mayeux (USA): Using Evernote to Improve Studying Habits
Dimitrios Koumbis (Lbn): Commercial presentation: CLIL Readers. Discover our Amazing World

ROOM 3
ROOM 4

Chris Kennedy (UK): Some Categories of Semiotic Landscape Analysis
Ed Newbon (UK): Life Skills in Language Learning: The Trend in 2014
16.30- 16.30 COFFEE BREAK
16.30- 17.15 Multi-purpose Hall
Plenary 3: Dr. Salah Troudi
Action Research for Tunisian EFL Teachers
17.15-18.15 Multi-purpose Hall
Plenary 4: Jason Levine
ELT through Rhythm and Rhyme: Building Critical Thinking Skills with the 3 Rs

DAY 2
Sunday, May 4, 2014
Starting from 8.00: REGISTRATION
9.00- 9.45 Multi-purpose Hall

11.35-12.05

11.00-11.30

10.25-10.55

Plenary 1: Professor Malcolm Coulthard
Learning from learners
9.50-10.20 COFFEE BREAK

ROOM 1
ROOM 2
ROOM 3
ROOM 4

SESSION 1
Dimitrios Koumbis (Lbn): Welcome to the World of Children
Chaouki M’kaddem (Tun): Promoting English through Chess
Bootheina Majoul Aouadi (Tun): “The Death of the teacher” Tutoring with Moodle and coaching with DynEd: an experiential view
P.J. Moore (UAE): Effects of multicultural teaching faculty on a mono-cultural student population: a study of faculty and student
perceptions in the UAE

ROOM 1
ROOM 2
ROOM 3
ROOM 4

SESSION 2
Mehrez Aounallah (Tun): Project-Based Learning
Peter Stanfield (UAE): Understanding Learner Agency through Place-Oriented Discourse Analysis
Rana Raddaoui (UAE): Emotional Intelligence in the ELT Teacher Training
Hayet Ben Ali (Tun): ELT in Universit y/Tertiar y L evel

ROOM 1
ROOM 2
ROOM 3

SESSION 3
Natasha Rajabieislami (UK): Teachers’ Perceptions of the Post-method Feasibility
Souhair Al Alami (UAE): “Promoting Communicative Competence within EFL contexts: Case Study"
Wafa ben Salah Jendoubi (Tun): The Role of Critical Reading Strategies in EFL Learning: The Case of the ISLT third year English

14.50-15.20

Students .
ROOM 4
Sameh Marzouki (Tun): Innovation and Creativity in the Classrooms Using ICT, Games, Songs and Innovative Techniques
12.10-12.55 Multi-purpose Hall
Plenary 2: Pr. Carmen Caldas Coulthard
Critical Text Analysis and Critical Reading: Practices for the Language Teacher
13.00 – 14.00 LUNCH BREAK
14.00 – 14.45: Multi-purpose Hall
Plenary 3: Mr. Chris Shinn
Tunisian Teaching and Learning in Comparative Perspective and the Role of English Language Instruction
SESSION 4
Mohamed Tahar Assess (Alg) Task Differentiation to Enhance Learners’ Receptive Skills
Hemza Boudersa (Alg) The Importance of Research in EFL Teaching
Nourelhouda Chakroun (Tun) Enhancing 21st Century Skills Through Online Collaborative Projects
Patric Fawcett (UK): Teaching & Learning Resources to Learners and Teachers in Tunisia (British Council Presentation)
15.50- 16.20 COFFEE BREAK
16.25-16.55 Stephen Mayeux (USA): Using Hip-hop to practice speaking and listening (30 mns)
Multi-purpose Hall
17.00-17.30 Panel about the Future of ELT: Challenges and Opportunities
17.30 -17.45 Closing Statements
ROOM 1
ROOM 2
ROOM 3
ROOM 4


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