LLTC DAY 1: FRIDAY, NOV 3, 2017

Time Program/Activities Venue Titles/Speakers
08.00-08.30 Registration Lobby of Auditorium Registration
08.30-09.00 Opening R. Seminar Driyarkara

Auditorium

1. Welcoming Speeches:

1.      a. Chairperson of the Organizing Committee

2.      b. Rector of Sanata Dharma University

3.      2. Cultural Performance:

a.      a. Dance Performance

b.      b. PBI Choir

09.00-10.15 Keynote speech 1 R. Seminar Driyarkara

Auditorium

EXTENSIVE READING UNDER DIFFICULT CIRCUMSTANCES

Presenter: Thomas Robb

Moderator: Carla Sih Prabandari

10.15-10.30 Coffee break Lobby of Auditorium  

 

 

 

10.30-11.45 Keynote speech 2 R. Seminar Driyarkara

Auditorium

LEARNER AUTONOMY FOR MEANINGFUL LEARNING

Presenter: Paulus Kuswandono

Moderator: Sarah Schaffer

11.45-13.00 Lunch break Lobby of Auditorium  

 

 

13.00-14.15 Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 1:

R. Seminar Driyarkara

EMPOWERING LEARNERS THROUGH THE USE OF A LOCAL, GRAMMATICALLY-ANNOTATED LEARNER CORPUS

Christine Anita Xavier

National Institute of Education, Singapore

christine.xavier@nie.edu.sg

 

CONTEXTUAL TRANSLATION EXERCISES: “IT” AND “THERE” CONSTRUCTIONS

Yohana Veniranda

Sanata Dharma University

veniranda@usd.ac.id

 

THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED ACTIVITIES IN INCREASING STUDENTS’ INTERCULTURAL AWARENESS

Andreas Winardi

Duta Wacana Christian University

aw_ppbi@staff.ukdw.ac.id

  Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 2:

R. Sekretariat Auditorium

INTEGRATING TWO FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CURRICULUM:

A CASE STUDY IN A PRIVATE TRILINGUAL SCHOOL

IN BANDUNG

Ronauli Sihombing

Citra Cemara School Bandung

ronaulisihombing@student.upi.edu

 

TEACHING OF INDIAN CULTURE THROUGH THE LEXICOGRAPHICAL EXAMPLES

OF BILINGUAL DICTIONARY

Tanzil Ansari

Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

tanzil1001@gmai.com

 

PROCESS OF CONSTRUCTING TEACHERS’ IDENTITY

AND CRITICAL AWARENESS ON BECOMING A TEACHER AFTER JOINING SM3T PROGRAM IN INDONESIA

Santa Monika

Sanata Dharma University

santamonica16@gmail.com

 

  Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 3:

R. Kaca Auditorium

CLUSTERING TECHNIQUE AS AN ADVANTAGEOUS TECHNIQUE IN ENHANCING EFL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ ACCOMPLISHMENT IN WRITING DESCRIPTIVE TEXT

Ridwan Hanafiah

Faculty of Cultural Sciences,

University of Sumatera Utara

ridwances@yahoo.com

 

HOW DO THEY READ THE TEXTS?

EFL READING STRATEGIES IN DOING ONLINE READING TASKS

Truly Almendo Pasaribu

Sanata Dharma University

tr.almendo@gmail.com

 

STUDENT-WRITERS’ CLAIMS IN HORTATORY ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAYS:

AN APPRAISAL STUDY IN CONVENIENCE WRITING

Marwito Wihadi, Eva Tuckyta Sari Sujatna, Ypsi Soeriasoemantri, and Eni Karlieni

Universitas Padjadjaran

m_wihadi@yahoo.com

 

  Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 4:

West Seminar Room (LPPM)

ERRORS AND CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK: IMPLICATIONS TO OUR CLASSROOM PRACTICES

Maria Corazon Saturnina A. Castro

University of the Philippines

mcsacastro@gmail.com

 

DEVELOPING STUDENTS’ WRITING SKILLS AND PUBLISHING NEWS IN INTERNATIONAL MEDIA

Antonius Herujiyanto

Universitas Sanata Dharma Yogyakarta

ant_heru@usd.ac.id

 

 

INVIGORATING THE EFL STUDENTS IN ACQUIRING NEW LINGUISTIC KNOWLEDGE: LANGUAGE LEARNING THROUGH PROJECTS

Agis Andriani and Fuad Abdullah

Siliwangi Universityand

agisandriani@unsil.ac.id

 

  Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 5:

East Seminar Room (LPPM)

CHALLENGES IN DEVELOPING LEARNER AUTONOMY IN INDONESIAN HIGH SCHOOLS: VOICES FROM ENGLISH CLASSROOMS

Dwi Agustina

English Education Department

Pekalongan University

tina50@yahoo.co.id

 

DEVELOPING STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING SKILL THROUGH THE USE OF THEIR SELF-CHOSEN TOPIC OF LEARNING

Euodia Inge Gavenila and Fidelis Elleny Averina

Sanata Dharma University

euodiainge@gmail.com and fideliselleny@gmail.com

 

APPLYING THE ACTIVITY THEORY LENS ON THE TEACHER IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION OF THE SM-3T PARTICIPANTS OF SANATA DHARMA UNIVERSITY BATCHES 2016 AND 2017

Leonardus Bayu Primantoro and Markus Budiraharjo

Sanata Dharma University

mbudiharjo1@gmail.com

  Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 6:

R. Aula Realino (LPPM)

PECHA KUCHA FOR IMPROVING STUDENTS’ PRESENTATION ABILITY IN TOPICAL CONVERSATION CLASS

Patricia Angelina

Sanata Dharma University

Lazzut22@gmail.com

 

APPLICATION OF GROUP DISCUSSION AND ICTs

IN TEACHING AND LEARNING ENGLISH IN LARGE CLASSES

Puspita Dewi

STMIK Bumigora Mataram

puspitadewi1191@gmail.com

 

ICE BREAKING AS WARMING-UP ACTIVITIES IN YOUNG LEARNER’S CLASSROOM

Nina Puspitaloka, Uswatun Hasanah, and Indah Rahmawati

Universitas Singaperbangsa Karawang ninapuspitaloka@yahoo.co.id, uhasanah025@gmail.com, indahrahmawati4528@gmail.com

  Parallel 7

Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 7:

R. Kadarman

TEST OF ACADEMIC ENGLISH PROFICIENCY (TAEP): AN EFFORT AGAINST THE NEO-COLONIALISM IN EDUCATION

Masduki and Cita Nuary Ishak

Language Center, Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang

nuarycita@gmail.com

 

COMPARING THE PROBLEM SOLVING BETWEEN HIGH AND LOW ACHIEVERS TEST TAKERS TO OVERCOME THE TEST ANXIETY IN TOEFL TEST

Sa’adah Ramadhiyah

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

saadah-ramadhiyah@student.upi.edu

 

SELF-REGULATION AS CORRELATES TO STUDENTS’ VOICES AND ACHIEVEMENT IN TOEFL SCORE

Monika Dini Kurniasari

Sanata Dharma University

monikadini.md@gmail.com

 

  Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 8:

R. Koenjono

THE INTEGRATION OF TED VIDEOS AS MEANS TO BOOST GRADUATE STUDENTS’ CRITICAL REFLECTION

Markus Budiraharjo, Thomas Wahyu Prabowo Mukti, Veronika Swanti, Concilianus Laos Mbato

markbudi@usd.ac.id, thomaswpm@gmail.com, veronika.swanti@gmail.com

English Language Education Masters’ Program

Sanata Dharma University

 

TEACHERS’ READINESS IN APPLYING MALL

Noor Aisyah and Elisa Rosiana

Universitas Negeri Malang

nooraisyah2011@gmail.com and elroseel09@gmail.com

 

STUDENTS’ INSIGHT ON THE USE OF GOOGLE CLASSROOM IN ENGLISH CLASSES

Erni Dewi Riyanti and Achmad Sofari Usman

Islamic University of Indonesia

edriyanti82@gmail.com and ariachmad13@gmail.com

14.15-15.15 Plenary 1   EXTENSIVE READING IN EFL CONTEXT:

THEORY AND PRACTICE

Thomas Robb, Yuseva Ariyani Iswandari, Christina Lhaksmita Anandari, Anita Kurniawati, and Lanoke Intan Paradita

Kyoto Sangyo University, Sanata Dharma University, Kristen Satya Wacana University, and Muhammadiyah University Yogyakarta

trobb@cc.kyoto-su.ac.jp, yuseva@usd.ac.id, lhaksmita@usd.ac.id, anita.kurniawati@staff.uksw.edu, and lantaranta@gmail.com

 

 

 


LLTC DAY 2: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2017

Time Venue Program/Activities Titles/Speakers
08.00-09.15 Keynote Speech 3   WHAT LANGUAGE PHONE APPS AND THE SUCCESS OF POKEMON-GO CAN TEACH US ABOUT AUTONOMOUS VOCABULARY LEARNING

Speaker: Stephen Hall

Moderator: Nelly Martin

09.15-09.30 Coffee break    
09.30-10.45 Day 2:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 1:

R. Seminar Driyarkara

VOCABULARY ENHANCEMENT OF FEMALE ESL LEARNERS THROUGH SHORT STORIES:

A RURAL/ URBAN PERSPECTIVE

Naseer Ahmed

Lahore Garrison University

naseerahmed159@yahoo.com

 

LEARNING POETRY WITH QUANTUM LEARNING METHOD AT MANADO STATE UNIVERSITY

Fiola Kuhon

Universitas Negeri Manado,

Bina Sarana Informatika Tegal

fiolakuhon92@gmail.com

 

FOSTERING STUDENTS’ CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING AND CRITICAL REFLECTION: THE PRACTICE OF TRANSFORMATIVE LEARNING IN MICRO TEACHING COURSE

Veronica Triprihatmini

Sanata Dharma University

v.triprihatmini@usd.ac.id

 

  Day 2:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 2:

R. Sekretariat Auditorium

FOSTERING ENGLISH VOCABULARY MASTERY TO AUTISTIC STUDENTS THROUGH SPEECH THERAPY AND PICTURES EXCHANGE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM (PECS)

Farid Noor Romadlon, Gudnanto

Universitas Muria Kudus

farid.noor@umk.ac.id

 

ADULT LEARNERS’ DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERNS

OF THEIR GRAMMATICAL ASPECT ACQUISITION

Ayu Nuriyanawati and Benedictus B. Dwijatmoko, M.A.

Sanata Dharma University

surate.ayu@gmail.com and b.b.dwijatmoko@gmail.com

 

IMPROVING SEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY THROUGH STORY TELLING

R. Primaningsih, Triyani, and V. Triprihatmini

Sanata Dharma Univesity

riezt.phi@gmail.com, triyanismp2yogya@gmail.com, and veronica.triprihatmini@.gmail.com

  Day 2:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 3:

R. Kaca Auditorium

THE SUITABILITY ANALYSIS OF THE ENGLISH TEXTBOOK’S CONTENTS WITH THE 2013 CURRICULUM SYLLABUS

Honesty Yonanda Ayudhia

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

honestyonanda@student.upi.edu

 

PROGRAMMED LEARNING AS SOLUTIONS FOR SCHOOLS WITH COMBINED CURRICULUM TO WIN ENGLISH ONLINE NATIONAL EXAMINATION

Ludwina Lucky Wibakti

John Paul’s School

ludwinawibakti@johnpaulschool.sch.id

 

NEGOTIATING THE CURRICULUM: A CASE STUDY OF ENGLISH CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION IN SMA SEMINARI MERTOYUDAN

Pandu Wiyoga and Markus Budiraharjo

English Language and Education Study Program

Sanata Dharma University

Mbudiharjo1@gmail.com

 

 

 

  Day 2:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 4:

West Seminar Room (LPPM)

ENHANCING THE STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY THROUGH WORD FORMATION LEARNING TO NON-ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDENTS AT STMIK AKAKOM

Siska Lidya Revianti

STMIK AKAKOM

siskarevianti@gmail.com

 

EMOTION REGULATION AND MOTIVATION

OF NUSANTARA MARINE ACADEMY’S FIRST SEMESTER STUDENTS

IN BAHASA INGGRIS CLASS

Anchieta Ave Avillanova

Sanata Dharma University Yogyakarta

anchieta.ave@gmail.com

 

USING MIND MAPPING TO IMPROVE THE DESCRIPTIVE TEXT WRITING SKILL OF THE TENTH GRADERS OF SMK ARJUNA YOGYAKARTA

Dian Setyo Nugroho and Paulus Kuswandono

Sanata Dharma Univeristy

diansetyonugroho93@gmail.com and kus@usd.ac.id

 

 

  Day 2:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 5:

East Seminar Room (LPPM)

 

UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ MASTERY OF ENGLISH VERB-TO-NOUN CONVERSION PAIRS

Barli Bram and Hernita Ratna Aulia

Sanata Dharma University, Yogyakarta

barli@usd.ac.id and hernita.ratna@gmail.com

 

THE PHENOMENON OF “I’M SORRY FOR MY BAD ENGLISH”

Sabanta Azmah Bilfirdausi

Universitas Negeri Malang

sabanta_azmah@yahoo.com

 

MONTESSORY STRATEGY TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING FLUENCY: A SURVEY RESEARCH IN BOPKRI 2 JHS YOGYAKARTA

Niko Albert Setiawan and Nugraheni Widianingtyas

Sanata Dharma University

niko.albert.setiawan@gmail.com and virginia_nw@yahoo.com

 

  Day 2:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 6:

R. Aula Realino (LPPM)

SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS IN THE INTERN MOVIE

Rosa Avia Widiasti and  Truly Almendo Pasaribu

Sanata Dharma University

aviawidiasti@gmail.com and trulyalmendo@usd.ac.id

 

VOCABULARY SIZE AND LEXICAL FREQUENCY PROFILE USED BY EFL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN ESSAY WRITING

Khairul Shalih and Aridah

Mulawarman University Language Centre

shalih.khairul@gmail.com and aridah27@yahoo.com

 

IMPROVING STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY BY USING WORD WALL MEDIA FOR GRADE X IN ARJUNA VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL YOGYAKARTA

Agustri Andriyani and Paulus Kuswandono

agustriay@gmail.com and kus@usd.ac.id

 

 

  Day 2:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 7: Kadarman THE CONSTRUCTION OF INDONESIANNESS

FOR THE BILINGUAL WRITERS

Nelly Martin

English Language Education

University of Sanata Dharma

 

FROM EFL CLASSROOMS TO INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION: TEACHERS’ PRACTICES OF BUILDING INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE

Athriyana S. Pattiwael

Krida Wacana Christian University, Jakarta

athriyanap@gmail.com

 

A STUDY OF ENGLISH TUTORS’ CODE-SWITCHING IN TRAINING THE PGSD USD ENGLISH CLUB

Silvia Tiara Budi Hastuti and Yohana Veniranda

Sanata Dharma University

silviatiarabudihastuti@gmail.com and veniranda@usd.ac.id

 

 

    Parallel Room 8:

Koenjono

FACTORS IN LEARNERS’ ACCEPTANCE TOWARDS MOBILE LEARNING

A. A. NGURAH YUDHA MARTIN MAHARDIKA

Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

yudhamartin_mph@yahoo.com

 

ENGLISH GRADUATES IN JOB PORTALS: AN ANALYSIS ON HOW ENGLISH EDUCATION GRADUATES FARE IN JOB PORTALS AND HOW TO FURTHER ENHANCE ENGLISH GRADUATES’ JOB-SEEKING PROFILE

Thomas Wahyu Prabowo Mukti, Veronika Swanti, and Dian Teguh Permata Putra

Sanata Dharma University and Ernst and Young Indonesia

thomaswpm@gmail.com, veronikaswanti@gmail.com, and mk.dian.teguh@gmail.com

 

10.45-11.45 Day 2: Parallel 3 Parallel Room 1:

R. Seminar Driyarkara

MAXIMIZING THE USE OF MOBILE ASSISTED IN LANGUAGE LEARNING (MALL)

Noor Aisyah

Universitas Negeri Malang

nooraisyah2011@gmail.com

 

ANALYZING POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS: VALUE, EFFECT, AND IMPLICATION

Widya and Kayetana Maria Widi Hadiyanti

Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia

widwidwid13@gmail.com and widi.hadiyanti@gmail.com

 

BOOSTING STUDENTS’ ENGAGEMENT USING KAHOOT!

Wahyu Puspitarini, Teguh Sulistiyo, and Priyatno Ardi

Sanata Dharma University

priyatnoardi@usd.ac.id

 

  Day 2: Parallel 3 Parallel Room 2:

R. Sekretariat Auditorium

ENHANCING STUDENTS’ WRITING HABIT THROUGH INSTAGRAM

Amin Kurdi

Graduate Program in ELT, Universitas Negeri Malang

aminkurdi05@gmail.com

 

STUDENTS’ LIVED EXPERIENCE OF USING LINE APPLICATION FOR WRITING IN ENGLISH II CLASS

Paskalina Widiastuti Ratnaningsih

Musi Charitas Catholic University

paskalina.widiastuti.r@gmail.com

 

THE USE OF DIGITAL STORYTELLING

TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILLS IN RETELLING STORY

Inggit Rositasari and Monica Ella Harendita

ingsayrositasari@gmail.com and meharendita@usd.ac.id

Universitas Sanata Dharma

  Day 2: Parallel 3 Parallel Room 3:

R. Kaca Auditorium

THE ROLE OF LOCAL CULTURE IN ENGLISH SPEAKING CLASSES

Girindra Putri Dewi Saraswati, Hartoyo, and Amida Fadwati

Universitas Negeri Semarang

girindraputrids@mail.unnes.ac.id, hartoyo3000@yahoo.com, and

and amyfadwajr@gmail.com

 

STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON THE POLITENESS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE USE AND THEIR OWN CULTURE’S POLITENESS AND ITS IMPACT ON THEIR ENGLISH LEARNING

Elisa Rosiana and Anizar Ahmad Yasmin

Universitas Negeri Malang

elroseel09@gmail.com and anizaryasmeen@gmail.com

 

CAN I SKIP MY TURN?

SPEAKING ANXIETY IN IMPROMPTU SPEECH

Dionisia Stella Ayu Saputri and Christina Lhaksmita Anandari

Sanata Dharma University

dionistell@gmail.com and lhaksmita@usd.ac.id

 

  Day 2: Parallel 3 Parallel Room 4:

West Seminar Room (LPPM)

GALLERY WALK AS A STRATEGY TO IMPROVE LEARNER AUTONOMY

Wahyu Diny Sujannah and Niken Lucia Tyas Utami

Universitas Negeri Malang

wahyudiny22@gmail.com and lucianikentyas@gmail.com

 

LANGUAGE ATTITUDES OF INDONESIANS AS ELF LEARNERS, GENDER, AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS

Dirtya Sunyi Paradewari and Concilianus Laos Mbato

Sanata Dharma University

c.laosmbato67@gmail.com

 

 

STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVE: THE IMPACT PREVIEW

TOWARDS LEARNER AUTONOMY IN EFL LEARNING PROCESS

Zaqy Mubarok and Axel Alessandro Satriawan

Tidar University

mubarokzaqy1@gmail.com and etzamnar@gmail.com

  Day 2: Parallel 3 Parallel Room 5:

East Seminar Room (LPPM)

DEVELOPING SUPPLEMENTARY SPEAKING MATERIALS FOR THE SEVENTH GRADERS

Lestari Budianto, Bagus Putra Krisdiana, and Nisa Mahbubah

State University of Malang

antobuddy104@yahoo.com, bagus_english@yahoo.com,

and nisamahbubah@gmail.com

 

BLENDED-LEARNING: USING SCHOOLOGY PLATFORM

TO DEVELOP STUDENT SPEAKING SKILL

Dameria Magdalena S. and Yanuarius Yanu Dharmawan

Bandar Lampung University

dameria.sidabalok@ubl.ac.id and yanu@ubl.ac.id

 

STUDENTS’ RESPONSES TOWARDS THE IMPLEMENTATION OF FREE WRITING ACTIVITY IN BASIC WRITING CLASS

Marcelline Gratia Sephira Taum

Yuseva Ariyani Iswandari

yuseva.iswandari@gmail.com

 

  Day 2: Parallel 3 Parallel Room 6:

R. Aula Realino (LPPM)

IMPROVING THE SPEAKING ABILITY OF BOROBUDUR TEMPLE’S SECURITY BY USING ROLE PLAY

C. Prima Ferri Karma

Tidar University

ferriprima1@gmail.com

 

A NEED ANALYSIS STUDY OF HOSPITALITY ENGLISH FOR SPA THERAPIST IN BANYAN TREE HOTELS AND RESORT AT BINTAN ISLAND

Ratnasari Nugraheni

Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts

ratnasari.nugraheni@gmail.com

 

DEVELOPING STUDENTS’ SELF-MANAGEMENT SKILLS DURING PLAY PERFORMANCE COURSE

Laurentius Krisna Septa Bernanda

English Language Education Study Program of Sanata Dharma University

krisnaseptabernanda@gmail.com

  Day 2: Parallel 3 Parallel Room 7:

R. Kadarman

READING HABITS IN DIGITAL ERA: A RESEARCH ON THE STUDENTS IN BORNEO UNIVERSITY

Firima Zona Tanjung, Ridwan, and Uli Agustina Gultom

Borneo University

english_zone@borneo.ac.id, ridwan.fkipubt@gmail.com,

and ulie_goeltoem@yahoo.com

 

WHY DO THEY READ?

INVESTIGATING EFL STUDENTS’ REASONS ON WHY THEY READ AND WHAT EFL TEACHERS SHOULD DO ABOUT IT

Christina Lhaksmita Anandari

Sanata Dharma University

lhaksmita@usd.ac.id

 

ENGLISH SELF MAKING VIDEO AS A PROGRAM TO IMPROVE SPEAKING SKILL OF ENGLISH

Fifit rizkiyani and Riko Hermanto

Semarang State University

rizkiyanififit@gmail.com and riko.hermanto1997@gmail.com

 

11.45-13.00 Lunch break    
13.00-14.00 Day 2: Parallel 4 Parallel Room 1:

R. Seminar Driyarkara

THE ROLE OF THE STUDENTS’ MOTIVATIONAL SELF-REGULATION IN ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN A STRUCTURE III CLASS

Thomas Wahyu Prabowo Mukti

Sanata Dharma University

thomaswpm@gmail.com

 

REVIEWING INTERPRETING FIDELITY ASSESSMENT:

WHAT TO CONCERN ABOUT AND WHAT TO DO

Taufiq Jati Murtaya

Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

taufiqjatimurtaya@gmail.com

 

MAKE THE MOST OF REFLECTIVE PRACTICE TO EMPOWER LEARNERS’ AUTONOMY: A SILENT SOUND IN AN EFL HIGHER EDUCATION CONTEXT

Lulu Laela Amalia

luluamalia@upi.edu

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

 

  Day 2: Parallel 4 Parallel Room 2:

R. Sekretariat Auditorium

CATEGORIZING ROUTINE SPEECHESBASED ON THE FUNCTIONS IN “ENGLISH LISTENING TV” PROGRAM

Amirudin

Department of

Applied Linguistics, Postgraduate Program, State University of Yogyakarta

amhier100@gmail.com

 

A NECESSARY ACTION IN TEACHING: MORAL EDUCATION IN EFL LISTENING CLASS

Stella Prancisca and M. Ainur Rizqi

Universitas Tanjungpura

stellaguru123@gmail.com and ainurrizqi89@gmail.com

 

“IS IT A POLITE MESSAGE?”: THE LENSES OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS

Made Frida Yulia

Universitas Negeri Malang

Home Base:  ELESP-Sanata Dharma University, Yogyakarta

madefrida@gmail.com

  Day 2: Parallel 4 Parallel Room 3:

R. Kaca Auditorium

EMPOWERING ENGLISH WRITING STUDENTS: REFLECTING ON ASPECTS OF THE PROCESS THAT HELPED ME MOST?

Deron Walker

California Baptist University, USA

dwalker@calbaptist.edu

 

ENHANCING MICRO TEACHING STUDENTS’ TEACHING READINESS THROUGH REFLECTIVE TEACHING PROCESSES USING EXELSA MOODLE

Yuseva Ariyani Iswandari, S.Pd., M.Ed.

Universitas Sanata Dharma

yuseva@usd.ac.id

 

IMYC – REFLECTIVE JOURNALING AS ASTRATEGY TO ENHANCE STUDENTS ’ CONCEPTUAL AND SKILLS

Rayi Artika Paramitha

Kinderstation School

airaparamitha11@gmail.com

  Day 2: Parallel 4 Parallel Room 4:

West Seminar Room (LPPM)

MOTHER TONGUE BASED MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION IN INDIA: A FRAMEWORK, PLANNING

AND IMPLEMENTATION

Araiswrang Basumatary

Jawaharlal Nehru University

araiswrang@gmail.com

 

USING ORAL LITERATURE (SONG) IN DAILY ROUTINE FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNER

Inike Tesiana Putri

Applied Linguistic Department, Post-Graduate Program Yogyakarta State University

inikeputri15@gmail.com

 

STUDENTS’ AUTONOMY IN TWO POETRY CLASSES OF ELESP SANATA DHARMA UNIVERSITY

Maria Vincentia Eka Mulatsih

Sanata Dharma University

mv_ika@usd.ac.id

  Day 2: Parallel 4 Parallel Room 5:

East Seminar Room (LPPM)

LEARNING AND GROWING

Paulus Subiyanto

Politeknik Negeri Bali

iin_paul@yahoo.com

 

MIXED APPROACHES IN TEACHING MATH USING ENGLISH: A CASE STUDY IN KINDERSTATION PRIMARY

Yolmita Deni

Kinder Station School

yolmita.deni@yahoo.com

 

A CORRELATIONAL STUDY BETWEEN BILINGUAL LANGUAGE ATTITUDES AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE

ORIENTATION OF INDONESIAN ENGLISH LEARNERS Paulus Yanuar Kharismawan

Concilianus Laos Mbato

Sanata Dharma University

yanuarkh@gmail.com and c.laosmbato67@gmail.com

 

  Day 2: Parallel 4 Parallel Room 6:

R. Aula Realino (LPPM)

ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION LEARNING SYSTEM: LAMPUNG LOCAL CULTURE-BASED

Helta Anggia, S.Pd.,M.A., Noning Verawati, M.A., and Arnes Yuli Vandika, S.Kom.,M.Kom.

Universitas Bandar Lampung

helta@ubl.ac.id, noning.verawati@ubl.ac.id, and arnes@ubl.ac.id

 

POSSIBLE REASONS FOR CODE-SWITCHING

IN #EASYENGLISH VIDEOS

Fransiska Selvy Wulandari

English Education Master’s Program

Sanata Dharma University

selxaveria@gmail.com

 

SOCIOLINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF CODE SWITCHING IN BEASISWA MAILING LIST

Truly Almendo Pasaribu, J. B. Gunawan, and Mega Wulandari

Sanata Dharma University

trulyalmendo@usd.ac.id, mega@usd.ac.id and jbgunawan@yahoo.com

  Day 2: Parallel 4 Parallel 7:

R. Kadarman

SOCIOLINGUISTICS: WOMEN’S LANGUAGE FEATURES USED BY ENGLISH TEACHER CANDIDATES

Elisabeth Wulan Wahyuningtyas

English Education Master’s Program Sanata Dharma University

elisabeth.wulan03@gmail.com

 

JAVANESE WOMEN TEACHERS, DISAGREEMENT

AND POLITENESS

Qanitah Masykuroh and Sri Marmanto

Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta

qanitah.masykuroh@ums.ac.id and sri.marmanto@uns.ac.id

 

PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT OF MALEFICENT AS SEEN IN ELIZABETH RUDNICK’S MALEFICENT

Yunda Anissa and Yohana Veniranda

Sanata Dharma University

yundanissa@gmail.com and veniranda@usd.ac.id

14.00-15.00 Plenary 2 Seminar Auditorium USING FREE INTERNET PLATFORMS TO ENHANCE ONLINE EXCHANGE PROGRAM

Ouda Teda Ena and Mikio Fuse

Sanata Dharma University and Sacred Heart University

ouda@usd.ac.id and fuse@u-sacred- heart.ac.jp