Day 1 - 15 January Afternoon
6.1.2015
14:00-14:30
Opening & Welcome Speech, Plenary Hall
14:30-15:30
Sections
Plenary — Nick Byrne The ongoing challenges for university language centres in a flexilingual world – collaborative solutions as a way forward, Plenary Room
Chair
Innovations
Room 42
Radim Herout
Testing
Room 33
Marie Doskočilová
Soft Skills
Room 32
Pavel Reich
Language Centres + Staff
Development, Room 43
Alena Hradilová
Course Design
Room 31
Štěpánka Bilová
Czech for Foreigners
Room 41
Kateřina Sedláčková
16:00-16:30
David Bowskill
Zwei Sprachen mit einer
Klappe? Two languages for the
price of one? Due lingue al
prezzo di una?
Martina Hulešová
On the effect of using
different scoring methods for
two versions of the test
Dagmar Sieglová
Critical thinking
approach in language
education — a sample
lecture
Jitka Žváčková
Rachel Lindner
Martin Punčochář
Language Centre Quality
Developing
Vizualizace českého
Assessment: A Balancing Act? communicative competence in jazyka pro cizince
virtual teams: A multiliteracies
approach to telecollaboration
for students of Business and
Economics
16:35-17:05
Irena Zavrl
Zukunftsbildungskonzept:
Personalisierung des
Sprachenlernens
Jiřina Hrbáčková,
Milan Boháček
The implications of
a newly developed oral test in
Business English at the Faculty of
Economics and Administration,
MU: Are we heading in the right
direction?
Zdeněk Janík
English language as
a cultural tool for
intercultural
communication
Johanna Vaattovaara,
Johanna Manner-Kivipuro
Developing as
a professional – the staff
development framework at
the University of Helsinki
Language Centre
Markéta Denksteinová,
Stellan Sundh
Videoconferencing and
E-tools in Teaching CrossCultural Competences
Dita Macháčková
Čeština pro
stomatology na LF UK
v Plzni
17:10-17:40
Varvara Golovatina
Blanka Pojslová
17:45-18:15
18:30
Medical Latin
Room 25
Robert Helán,
Radomíra Bednářová
Kateřina Pořízková,
Marek Blahuš
Corpus of Authentic Clinical
Diagnoses: Sketch Engine as
a Tool for Innovative
Approach to Teaching Latin
Medical Terminology
Aleksandar Takovski
Kujtim Ramadani,
Sophia Butt
Ivana Rešková
Room 35
M-learning in the context
Assessing writing of
of Russian language teaching: FEA MU students at C1 level of
an analysis of the selected
CEFR: test takers´ perspective
apps.
Increasing cultural
awareness and motivating
critical thinking through
humour
Rufat Osmani
The Language Center at SEEU
– a role model in the Higher
Education Area in the Balkans
Authenticity in ESAP
Course Design: Managing
Student & Departmental
Expectations
Jazyk pro specifické
účely v klinické medicíně
Libor Švanda
Master Claretus’ early
didactic writings on
medicine
Monika Ševečková
Pavlína Příbramská
Marcus Grollman
Hilal Onat
Chris Sciberras,
Zuzana Bušíková
Jozefa Artimová
Значение игры в жизни
человека. Педагогический
аспект
Improving inter-rater
reliability in the assessment of
production skills
English For Specific
Route to ELT Leadership:
Purposes Courses and
Student, Teacher, Leader
“The Native Speaker
Problem” Communication
or Identity?
Gemma Stansfield
Exploiting Student Work for
Materials Design
Výuka praktické
češtiny v polském
akademickém prostředí
In what respect are
they similar? (A practical
guide to the adjectives on
–oideus in anatomical
terminology)
Welcome Drink, Conference Lobby
Day 2 - 16 January Morning
9:00-10:00
Sections
Chair
10:30-11:00
11:05-11:35
11:40-12:10
12:15-12:45
12:45-14:00
Plenary — Vijay K. Bathia Critical Genre Analysis as Interdiscursive Performance: Implications for Higher Education, Plenary Hall
Innovations
Room 31
Eva Trumpešová-Rudolfová
Testing
Room 33
Blanka Pojslová
Soft Skills
Room 42
Jana Kubrická
Best Practices — Strategies
Room 32
Barbora Chovancová
Research
Room 41
Petra Trávniková
Multilingualism
Room 43
Ivana Rešková
Constanza Guillermina
Arriaga
Internationalization at
Home ([email protected]) in an English as
a Foreign Language (EFL)
Course: First Steps towards
a Collaborative Online
International Learning (COIL)
Approach
Ruben Comadina Granson
Blortfolios:
Constructivism put to
good use or a waste of time?
Eva Složilová
The impact of
standardized exams
Mat Plews
Learning by discussing
— how a task-based
approach works
Tuula Lehtonen
Language Centre
research into language
users’ definitions of good
language skills and their
relevance
Pavel Reich
Incorporating
Linguistic Analysis into
English for Specific Purposes
Courses
Ludmila Waschak
Interkulturalita ve
výuce jazyků na Vysoké
škole Burgenland
Johann Fischer,
Nicole Wolder
Handlungsorientiertes
Lehren und Prüfen an
europäischen
Hochschulsprachenzentren
Emanuel C. Marques
Living in a country?
Learn the language!
Mª del Carmen Arau Ribeiro,
Manuel Moreira da Silva
National Collaboration
for Dynamic CLIL in
Portuguese Higher Education
Alexandra Csongor
Rhetorical Moves in
Medical Research
Articles and their Online
Popularizations
Ágnes Koppán,
Katalin Eklicsné Lepenye,
Timea Nemeth
How to involve medical
history taking effectively
in LSP teaching
Aleš Beran
Project for Innovative
Textbook of Greek and
Latin Medical Terminology
in Programmes of General
Medicine
Hana Němcová,
Robert Helán,
Eva Čoupková
Interdisciplinary science-based
language course of
collaborative learning — do’s
and don’ts
Adolfo Sánchez Cuadrado,
Aurora Biedma Torrecillas
eLADE: e-Test of
Spanish Proficiency by the
Centre of Modern Languages of
the University of Granada
(Spain). Construction and
validation process
Evel Meckarov
Education in
Corporations by using
new modern teaching
methods
Joanna Leszkiewicz
Internationalization of
studies at Wrocław
University of Technology
Miervaldis Karulis
Optimising Syllabi for
the Study Course "Medical
Terminology in English"
Ewa Wapinska
Exploring a Gold Mine
of Classroom Practices
Learning the local
language: tuning in to
Norwegian language and
culture
Sylva Fischerová
Hippokratés otec
lékařství: vznik a vývoj
legendy
Methodology
Veronika Camacho,
Alena Simbartlová
Persuasive approaches
in communication and principles
of argumentation in Spanish
Hana Katrňáková
Should You Think Twice
Before You Open Your
Mouth: Pedagogic
implications of linguistic
research in an EAP/ESP
classroom
Manuel Moreira da Silva
Entrepreneurial skills
and creativity in
a language learning
environment: a Portuguese
case-study
Basri Saliu
Developing an English
for Specific Purposes
Course Using a Learner
Centered Approach
Yi Chen
Investigation of
passive learning in
China EAP classroom,
rationale and solutions
Lunch
Medical Latin
Room 35
Jozefa Artimová,
Libor Švanda
Vita Viksne,
Inara Abelite
Teaching Latin
in International student
groups: comparative study
Day 2 - 16 January Afternoon
Plenary — Libor Štěpánek Blind Men and an Elephant: What is creativity for? Plenary Hall
14:00-15:00
15:00-16:00
Sections
Poster Session, Conference Lobby
English for Law
Room 41
Hana Katrňáková
Halina Sierocka
Best Practices — Strategies
Room 32
Gabriela Hublová
Irena Podlasková,
Methodology — Writing
Room 42
Robert Helán
Julie Bytheway
Medical Latin
Room 35
Kateřina Pořízková
Sylva Fischerová
Emotional Intelligence in
Jak testovat gramatiku
Foreign Language Acquisition
How to Stimulate
Speaking in Legal English
Classes
Judit Háhn
Videoconferencing in ESP
classes: Learner-centred
Approach
Navigating writing and
publication in a world of
emerging Englishes
Hippokratova přísaha —
její charakter a původ
16:35-17:05
Lorena Marchetti,
Peter Cullen
A multimodal approach
in the classroom
Petra Chvojková
Reflexe jazykových
zkoušek z češtiny za účelem
získání občanství v ČR v kontextu
jazykové politiky EU
Barbora Chovancová
Slick Moves in the
Dance of Course Design:
Step-by-Step Account of
Creating a Legal English
Syllabus
Rose de Vrieze,
Ray Boland
Designing materials and
methods for ELF teaching
and learning
Katrina Stollmann,
Anikó Brandt
Post-Graduate Writers in
Bremen: An academic support
program for doctorate
students and researchers
17:10-17:40
Lenka Zouhar Ludvíková
Motivating through
Autonomy
Pavel Pečený
Inovace a výzva:
stanovení mezní hranice
úspěšnosti jazykové zkoušky
Paul Cooper
Micro-teaching:
Concepts of Law: The
Concept of Consideration
in Contract Formation in
Common Law Contracts
Antonín Zita
Reflections on ICT
Innovations of an Online
Literature Course
Giuliana Fiorentino
Technology to support
creative writing
17:45-18:15
Anila R. Scott-Monkhouse,
Kateřina Vodičková
Enrica Rigamonti
Zkoušky z češtiny a SERRJ:
Personal filters in action when na co se spolehnout?
learning a new language and
approaching a new culture
Štěpánka Bilová
Preparing consciously,
practicing effectively
Mª del Carmen Arau Ribeiro
Interdisciplinary Projects
for Maximizing Learning
John Morgan
Lecture Capture as
a Reflexive Means of
Enhancing Academic Writing
Development
Chair
16:00-16:30
Innovations
Room 31
Hana Němcová
Eva Trumpešová-Rudolfová
Testing
Room 33
Eva Složilová
Jana Nováková
18.15-19:30
Break
19:30-22:00
Reception, Conference Lobby
Mária Bujalková,
Dagmar Statelová
Špecifiká lekárskej
terminológie v zubnom
lekárstve
Day 2 - 16 January Afternoon
Poster Session, Conference Lobby
15:00-16:00 Norbert Conti
Lernfeldplakate
im akademischen
Fremdsprachenunterricht
Marie Červenková
Zdokonalování jazykových
dovedností studentů
francouzštiny na ESF MU
Lenka Fišerová
Research on learning
styles of university nonphilology students: the
Brno University of
Technology lesson
Zuzana Fonioková,
Ilja Rajdová
Language teaching
for students with hearing
impairments at Masaryk
University
Katalin Fogarasi,
Philipp Schneider
How the incorrect use
of a medical genre and
terminology can result in
default legal judgements
Renata Hajslerová,
Jitka Kolářová,
Joanna Miłosz-Bartczak,
Svetlana Muhejeva
Grazina Nemuniene,
Ivana Malovičová,
Šárka Roušavá
English for study and
internship abroad
Martina Hulešová,
Eva Píšová
AMATE
Iwona Wroblewska
Experimenting with PBL
at Lodz University of
Technology Language
Centre: Findings,
Evaluation and Future
Prospects of the Method
Professional Vocabulary
Acquisition as an ESP
Course Goal and
a Motivational Tool
Zita Krikstaponyte
The Role of Correct
Pronunciation in Medical
English
Neda Radosavlevikj
Developing a Blended
learning strategy:
Motivating students to learn
English by implementing
blended learning activities
(Instructional media and
Pedagogical considerations)
Laura Raščiauskaitė,
Loreta Alešiūnaitė,
Dalija Gudaityté
Students´ attitude towards the
aims of learning professional
medical terminology
Ivana Rešková,
Klára Hušková
Mluvtecesky.net: On-line
platform for Learning
Medical Czech
Philipp Schneider
New Approaches to
Teaching GenreSpecific German Legal
Terminology
Tomáš Sklenák
Zvyšování kompetencí ve
znakových jazycích na MU
Day 3 - 17 January Morning
Plenary – Russell Stannard Tools that have really impacted on my teaching and learning, Plenary Hall
10:00-11:00
Workshops
11:20-12:05
12:15-13:00
13:00
Room 25
Linda Pospíšilová
ePortfolio Personal
Language Journey
Room 33
Johann Fischer,
Nicole Wolder
Task-based teaching and testing
at university language centres:
Developing models and
assessing examples
Room 31
Sophia Butt
Balancing an
innovative EAP
assessment cocktail with
student autonomy
Room 43
Raphaël Noir,
Emmanuel Pralong
Le projet «Ça joue !»: faciliter
l’intégration de futurs
étudiants à un nouvel
environnement linguistique
grâce à une plateforme
d’apprentissage en ligne
Room 32
Eva Trumpešová-Rudolfová,
Lenka Zouhar Ludvíková
To Dare or Not To Dare
Room 42
Room 33
Room 31
Room 43
Room 32
Gabriele Hassler
Ivana Šálená
Pav Filipi-Drabkova
Johanna Vaattovaara,
Dana Roemling
Hören – Sehen –
Handeln: Zum Einsatz von
Filmen im berufsorientierten
Fremdsprachenunterricht
Strategie řešení úloh
na příkladu Certifikované
zkoušky z češtiny pro cizince
The benefits and
pitfalls of collaborative
presentations in
multicultural, multi-lingual
EAP classrooms
Tuula Lehtonen
Research-based teaching
development in language
centres – barriers and drivers
Legal linguistics as
interdisciplinary language
teaching — linguistic
knowledge in application
Closing, Plenary Hall
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