This schedule will be regularly updated as more details are gradually added to the programme.

CONFERENCE VENUE
Grand Hall and Building A1
Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education
1 Võ Văn Ngân, Linh Chiểu Ward, Thủ Đức District
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Hotline: +84 908 164 441

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

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Thursday, April 25th 2019
Pre-conference Workshop, Building A1, Level 12  
13:00 - 13:15 Registration A1-1206
13:15 - 13:20 Introduction A1-1206
13:20 - 14:30 Pre-conference workshop A1-1206
14:30 - 14:45 Break (Networking) A1-1206
14:45 - 16:35 Pre-conference workshop A1-1206
16:35 - 16:45 Closing Remarks A1-1206

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, April 26th 2019
Conference
07:30 - 08:00 Registration Grand Hall
08:00 - 08:15 Opening Speech Grand Hall
08:15 - 09:00 Keynote Grand Hall
09:00 - 09:25 Morning Break (Posters) Grand Hall
09:30 - 11:30 Concurrent Sessions A Various Rooms
11:30 - 13:00 Lunch UTE Canteen
13:00 - 13:45 Plenary 1 Grand Hall
13:50 - 15:50 Concurrent Sessions B Various Rooms
15:55 - 16:10 Afternoon Break (Posters) Grand Hall
16:15 - 17:00 Plenary 2 Grand Hall
17:00 - 17:30 Closing Remarks Grand Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday April 27th 2019
Cultural Tour: Authentic opportunities for networking and idea exchanging
08:00 - 08:30 Welcome Lobby, Central Building
08:45 - 09:30 Ao Dai Institute District 9
09:30 - 11:00 War Museum District 1
11:00 - 12:00 Lunch District 1
12:00 - 13:00 Book Street District 1
13:00 - 15:00 Ben Thanh Market District 1
15:00 - 16:00 Free time  
16:00 - 17:00 Back to HCMUTE Thu Duc District

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONCURRENT SESSION OVERVIEW

Friday, April 26th 2019 - Concurrent Session A
09:30 - 11:30 A1. Conceptualization of Learner Autonomy A1-1203
A2. Practices of Learner Autonomy A1-1204
A3. Learning Motivation A1-1205
A4. Learning Challenges A1-1206
A5. Language and Learning Competence A1-1207

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, April 26th 2019 - Concurrent Session B
13:50 - 15:50 B1. Perceptions of Learner Autonomy A1-1203
B2. Learner Autonomy and Technology A1-1204
B3. Communicative Competence Improving Techniques A1-1205
B4. Teaching Challenges A1-1206
B5. Technology-Enhanced Language Learning A1-1207

 

 

 

 

 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS A - DETAILS

Friday, April 26th 2019 (Concurrent Sessions A1), Room A1-1203
09:30 - 11:30 Conceptualisation of Learner Autonomy
  • [Cancelled] Language Learning Strategies, Autonomy, and Motivation: Introducing an Integrated Framework to Enhance Research and Practice
  • Learner Autonomy as Social Constructivism: Potentials and Challenges
  • Agency as Culture: Learner Autonomy and Motivation as Ordinary

 

Friday, April 26th 2019 (Concurrent Sessions A2), Room A1-1204
09:30 - 11:30 Practices of Learner Autonomy
  • Project Work to Promote Learner Autonomy: Underlying Learning Theories
  • Using Poster Presentation as a Promotion of Learner Autonomy at Saigon University
  • The Impacts of Writing Portfolios on Learner Autonomy for Teenage Students at a Language Center

 

Friday, April 26th 2019 (Concurrent Sessions A3), Room A1-1205
09:30 - 11:30 Learning Motivation
  • Motivation and Reconstruction of Motivational Strategies in Learning and Teaching French as a Foreign Language in India
  • Influence of Learning Motivation on Writing Skill of EFL Seniors at Sai Gon University
  • Solutions to Problems of The Communicative Language Teaching Activities: Raising Learners’ Motivations and Applying Technology Equipment

 

Friday, April 26th 2019 (Concurrent Sessions A4), Room A1-1206
09:30 - 11:30 Learning Challenges
  • Handling Reality: Trainee Teachers’ First-Time Experiences of Teaching
  • English Listening Comprehension Problems Perceived by English Majors at Saigon International University
  • Students’ Perceptions of Using Information and Communication Technology to Study English: A Case at University of Finance-Marketing

 

Friday, April 26th 2019 (Concurrent Sessions A5), Room A1-1207
09:30 - 11:30 Language and Learning Competence
  • Effects of L1 and L2 Knowledge on Reading Strategies Choice and Strategies Shift
  • Learning Self-Regulation of EFL Learners in an L2 Listening Course
  • Effect of Background Knowledge on Translation of Lexical Learning Texts

 

CONCURRENT SESSIONS B - DETAILS

Friday, April 26th 2019 (Concurrent Sessions B1), Room A1-1203
13:50 - 15:50 Perceptions of Learner Autonomy
  • Tertiary English Majors' Perceptions of Importance of Learner Autonomy and Autonomous Language Learning Strategy Use
  • Learner Autonomy in Improving English Through Online Learning: Perspectives From Learners and Teachers
  • Autonomy and Attitude of University Freshmen as the View of Self-Determination Theory in Vietnam

 

Friday, April 26th 2019 (Concurrent Sessions B2), Room A1-1204
13:50 - 15:50 Learner Autonomy and Technology
  • Identity-Construction and Autonomy in Online Spaces
  • Using Vocabulary Apps to Enhance Students’ Vocabulary Knowledge in Autonomous Learning Environments
  • Analyzing English Majored Students’ out-of-Class Online Learning Reflections to Foster Learner Autonomy

 

Friday, April 26th 2019 (Concurrent Sessions B3), Room A1-1205
13:50 - 15:50 Communicative Competence Improving Techniques
  • Teaching Grammar Communicatively: A Critical Look at The Roles of Grammar in The EFL Context
  • Enhancing Students’ Intercultural Communication Competence - How to Avoid Miscommunication in Academic Writing
  • Applying Shadowing Techniques and Authentic Materials to Develop and Improve Young Learners’ Communicative Skills

 

Friday, April 26th 2019 (Concurrent Sessions B4), Room A1-1206
13:50 - 15:50 Teaching Challenges
  • Reality of English-Majored Freshmen’s Self-Study of Listening Skills
  • An Investigation of English as a Medium of Instruction: A Case Study
  • Students’ Preferences Regarding Native Versus Non-Native English Teachers at Vietnam-USA Society

 

Friday, April 26th 2019 (Concurrent Sessions B5), Room A1-1207
13:50 - 15:50 Technology-Enhanced Language Learning
  • Using Free Online Media Resources to Enhance Students’ Confidence in Public Speaking Skills
  • Use of Mobile Devices for English Learning Purposes among University English Majors
  • Motivating Factors in English-Medium Instruction at the Tertiary Level

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS - DETAILS

Friday, April 26th 2019, Grand Hall
  • The Frequency of State Nominalization in Research Articles Written by Vietnamese and Native English Writers 
  • Students’ and Teachers’ Perceptions of Error Correction in Speaking Activities 
  • The Role of Input in Second Language Acquisition: Some Theoretical Considerations for Language Learning Opportunities 
  • How Noticing of Phonological Repetition Affects EFL Students' Acquisition of Formulaic Sequences
  • Challenges in Learning Legal English from Students’ Perspective at Hanoi Law University 
  • Effects of Flipped Classrooms on Learners' Knowledge Acquisition in Business English Context
  • Writing e-Portfolios and the Development of Learner Autonomy: A Literature Review
  • The Role of Teacher Identity in EFL Early Career Teachers’ Professional Development