LLTC DAY 1: FRIDAY, NOV 30, 2018

Time Program/Activities  Venue  Titles/Speakers
07.30 – 08.15 Registration  Lobby of Auditorium
08.15 – 09.00 Opening  R. Seminar Driyarkara Auditorium  1. Welcoming Speeches:

a. Chairperson of the Organizing Committee

b. Rector of Sanata Dharma University

2. Cultural Performance:

a. Dance Performance

b. PBI Choir

09.00 – 10.15 Keynote Speech 1  R. Seminar Driyarkara Auditorium

“Encouraging Out-of-class Learning with Augmented Reality”

Hayo Reinders, Ph.D.

Moderator: Markus Budiraharjo, Ed.D.

10.15-10.30 Coffee break  Lobby of Auditorium
10.30-11.45 Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 1:

R. Seminar Driyarkara

 The Teaching of English for Elementary School Students with Local-content Values

(Devinta Pupita Ratri & Ika Puspitasari)

Incorporating Local Culture in English Language Teaching in Indonesia: Exploring Students’ Thought

(Antonina Yunita Dewi Suryantari)

The Place of God in Cultural Imagery of Manggaraian Language Speakers

(Kletus Erom)

10.30-11.45 Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 2:

R. Sekretariat Auditorium

A Trend of English Learning Strategy: A SILL Survey

(Ima Widyastuti & Adria Vitalya Gemilang)

Teaching English Through Local and Foreign Literatures

(Maria Corazon Saturnina A. Castro)

Behaviorism or Mentalism?: The case of Foreign Language Learning Process in Modern Islamic Boarding Schools

(Faiz Rizki Muhammad)

10.30-11.45 Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 3:

R. Kaca Auditorium

Designing a Practical Bilingual Dictionary for the Students of the Nutrition Department of STIKES Panti Rapih Yogyakarta

(Yuliyana & Retno Muljani)

Need Analysis for Nursing Students: A Step to Design Material of English for Specific Purposes (ESP) for Nursing

(Lia Febriani and Rully Andika)

A Needs Analysis of English for Specific Purposes (ESP) Course For Adoption of Communicative Language Teaching : A Case Study of First-Year Students of Academic Touristry at SMKN Two Kediri

(Nurbaya Pulhehe)

10.30-11.45 Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 4:

Koendjono

Students’ Use of Technology in Independent Learning outside English Course Schedule

(Pius Nurwidasa)

Course Syllabus: Responding to Students’ Needs in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

(Firima Zona Tanjung)

Photovoice in Promoting In-service Teacher Reflection within TPACK Framework

(Yunica Rhosiana Sari)

10.30-11.45 Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 5:

Kadarman

English Language Acquisition among Radio Announcers in Yogyakarta: A Study Case

(Victory Cahya Adi & Retno Muljani)

Loosing Listening in Classroom

(Sainul Hermawan, & Tri Winidyasari Palupi)

Mother Tongue Issues and Challenge in Learning English as Foreign Language

(Lina Septianasari; Fourus Huznatul A.; Yasmika Baihaqi)

10.30-11.45 Day 1:

Parallel 1

Parallel Room 6:

Merapi

Illocutionary Acts and Their Relationships with Interviewees’ Level of Trustworthiness in Giving Information during the Making of Investigation Reports: a Case Study in Situbondo Police Station

(Ahmad Yusuf Firdaus, Firqo Amelia, and Sufil Lailiyah)

The Use of Notional and Grammatical Agreement of Semester 1 English Language Education Study Program’s Students

(Christian Bernard N. D. and Niko Albert Setiawan)

English language education study program students’ regulation of emotion in speaking.

(Aloysia Berlindis Lasar)

11.45-13.00 Lunch break  Lobby of Auditorium
13.00 – 14.15 Day 1:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 1:

R. Seminar Driyarkara

Fostering Speaking Motivation for Autonomous Language Learners through ORAI

(Roslina Sawitri, Harnani)

Fostering Students’ Positive Affective Filters through An “Out of Class” Activity

(Daniel Ari Widhiatama, Yuseva Iswandari)

Classroom Management Issues of the English Pre-Service Teachers in Their Teaching Practice

(Denza Ayu Prilla, Patricia Angelina)

13.00 – 14.15 Day 1:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 2:

R. Sekretariat Auditorium

Plagiarism: Causes and Remedies

(Andreas Winardi)

INVESTIGATING PEER-ASSESSMENT PRACTICE IN GRADUATE STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC WRITING CLASS

(Ema Wilianti Dewi, Joko Nurkamto, Nur Arifah Drajati)

ENHANCING UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ ENGLISH WRITING SKILLS ON CONTENT AREA

(Mariana Ester Politton & K. M. Widi Hadiyanti)

13.00 – 14.15 Day 1:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 3:

R. Kaca Auditorium

Teaching Writing Recount Paragraph through REACT Strategy to Students of Junior High School of Palembang, Indonesia

(Mika Andika, Tio Akma)

Reading and Writing Radicalism and Intolerance in BBC Monitoring

( Antonius Herujiyanto)

INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE OF BIPA TEACHERS

(Chyntia Heru Woro Prastiwi & Yuniarta Ita Purnama)

13.00 – 14.15 Day 1:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 4:

Koendjono

MOTHER TONGUE MORPHOLOGICAL INTERFERENCE OF SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION (SLA)

(WURI SYAPUTRI)

Analyzing Students’ Problems in Pronunciation for Accuracy Class

(Wuryani Hartanto)

INTERLANGUAGE ANALYSIS OF SYNTACTIC AND DICTION ERRORS FOUND IN THESES WRITTEN BY MAGISTER STUDENTS

(Rindu Handayani)

13.00 – 14.15 Day 1:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 5:

Kadarman

THE TENTH GRADERS’ PERCEPTIONS ABOUT COLLABORATIVE LEARNING TO IMPROVE ENGLISH SPEAKING SKILLS IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL

(Lourie Maria Katiandagho and Listyani)

Project-based Instructions for Pre-service Teachers in a Service Program

(Christina Eli Indriyani)

Creativity: Views and Beyond

(Heny Herawati)

13.00 – 14.15 Day 1:

Parallel 2

Parallel Room 6:

Merapi

Literature Circle to Promote Literacy Skills in Indonesian Youth

(Susilowaty)

Gerakan Literasi Sekolah (School Literacy Program): A case study on its challenges and opportunities

(Christina Lhaksmita Anandari)

Appreciative Inquiry Approach to Redefine the Concept of Critical Reading

(L. Suharjanto, S.J.)

14.15 – 15.30 Keynote 2 Koendjono

 Prof. Soepomo Poedjosoedarmo

Moderator: Paulus Kuswandono, Ph.D.

Coffee break

LLTC DAY 2: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2018

Time Program/Activities  Venue Titles/Speakers
08.30 – 09.00 Registration
09.00 – 10.15 Keynote 3  Auditorium

 How Can An ESL/EFL Teacher Education Improve the Education Quality of, and Transform, A Nation? A Proposal for Interdisciplinary/Integrated Teacher Education

Iwan Syahril, Ph.D.

Moderator: Yohana Veniranda, Ph.D.

10.15-10.30 Coffee break
10.30-11.45 Day 2:

Parallel 3

Parallel Room 1:

R. Seminar Driyarkara

An Analysis of Students’ Writing Skills: Focus on Grammatical and Discourse Competence

(Dini Hadiani and Nia Nuryanti Permata)

Teaching Academic Writing of Research Proposal in Digital Era: A Case Study

(Dita Surwanti)

Undergraduate Students’ Self-Regulation in Thesis Writing: Help-Seeking and Maintaining Motivation

(Concilianus Laos Mbato and Anastasia Nelladia Cendra)

10.30-11.45 Day 2:

Parallel 3

Parallel Room 2:

R. Sekretariat Auditorium

High School Students’ Reading Habit and Perception on Reading for Pleasure

(Ista Maharsi; Mohammad Izam Ghali; Salma Maulani)

I Can Relate That Story: Enhancing EFL Intercultural Communicative Competence through Immigrant Literature

(Ari Setyorini)

Follow-Up Activities and Contributing Factors to the Success of Extensive Reading

(Yuseva Ariyani Iswandari, Lanoke Intan Paradita)

10.30-11.45 Day 2:

Parallel 3

Parallel Room 3:

R. Kaca Auditorium

Conceptual Metaphors and Metonymies Encoded by Expressions of Emotions in Adonara-Lamaholot

(Elvis Albertus Bin Toni)

A Pragmatics Analysis of Requesting in The Film The Terminal by Steven Spielberg

(Subkhi Dwi Raharjo)

Gender and Apology Strategies: The Case of Students in University of Balikpapan

(Retnowaty and Nurliani Maulida)

10.30-11.45 Day 2:

Parallel 3

Parallel Room 4:

Koendjono

Developing Students’ Reading and Speaking Skills in ESP Programs for Tertiary Education

(Rina Astuti Purnamaningwulan)

Supporting Students’ Critical Reading and Literacy Skills Through Functional Language Approach

(Kardi Nurhadi)

The Development of English Textbook Based on Character Education

(Paulus Subiyanto)

10.30-11.45 Day 2:

Parallel 3

Parallel Room 5:

Kadarman

A Case Study of Classroom Management: The Implementation of LOGICO Game for the Fourth Graders

(Gatri Asti Putri Indarti)

Inquiring English Teachers’ Professional Development through Critical Incident: A Narrative Inquiry Research in Indonesia

(Paulus Kuswandono and Alberik Ryan Tendy Wijaya)

10.30-11.45 Day 2:

Parallel 3

Parallel Room 6:

Merapi

The Potential of Instagram to Facilitate Online Quizes

(Aureliana Ardhia Widya Cahyani)

Students’ Perception of Tableau in EFL Classroom

(Aulia Agustin & Susilowaty)

English for Nutrition Department Students of Institute of Health Sciences Panti Rapih Yogyakarta

(Aloisius Wisnu Mahendra; Retno Muljani)

11.45-13.00 Lunch break
13.00-14.15 Day 2:

Parallel 3

Parallel Room 1:

R. Seminar Driyarkara

Language and Thought: A Theoretical Overview on Linguistic Determinism and Linguistic Relativity

(Ardik Ardianto)

The Complementary Distribution of Phoneme /f/ and /p/ Depicted from Bangka Belitung People: The Study of Phonology and Sociolinguistics

(Nurvita Wijayanti, M. Afifulloh, Asrul Munazar)

Verbs which mean “The Act of Taking Other Property without Permission” in English

(Fourus Huznatul Abqoriyyah, Lina Septianasari)

13.00-14.15 Day 2:

Parallel 3

Parallel Room 2:

R. Sekretariat Auditorium

Facilitating Autonomy in Grammar Learning by Implementing Peer Feedback in Academic Writing

(Carla Sih Prabandari)

Andriod Application “Guru Grammar” to Learn Englsih Grammar Integrated with Character Building“Anti-corruption”

(Frida Unsiah, Hasbullah Isnaini, Putu Dian D. Degeng, Irene Nany Kusumawardani)

13.00-14.15 Day 2:

Parallel 3

Parallel Room 3:

R. Kaca Auditorium

The Use of Contextual Translation Exercises in learning Cleft and Semi-Cleft Sentences

(Yohana Veniranda)

Student Perception on Doing Mini Research Project: A Contextual Learning Practice in English for Specific Purposes (ESP) Class

(Harpain, Dameria Magdalena S., and Yulfriwini)

DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE IN A TERTIARY ELT CONTEXT: A CASE STUDY

(Novriani Rabeka Manafe)

13.00-14.15 Day 2:

Parallel 3

Parallel Room 4:

Koendjono

Lack of Students Time for Learning English in Curriculum 2013 at SDN Caturtunggal 4 Yogyakarta

(Fauzi Wahyu Zamzami)

Tensions of Teaching and Teacher Agency within Standardized Curriculum Implementation: A Case with Private and Public School Teachers

(Nurhapsari Astriningsih and Markus Budiraharjo)

Using English for Academic Purposes to Understand “Culturally Unique” Psychological Concepts: A Japanese-Chinese-Indonesian Online Intercultural Exchange

(David Dalsky and Cahya Widiyanto)

13.00-14.15 Day 2:

Parallel 3

Parallel Room 5:

Kadarman

Suggested Blended Learning Models to Teach Reading Skill for Senior High School Teachers in Indonesia

(Muhammad Agung Buwono and Dyah Setyowati Ciptaningrum)

How Virtual Learning Works for Indonesian EFL Teachers in Teaching Spanish Students: A Case Study in Wonder English Academy Spain

(Darmawansah and Christina Ismaniati)

Seamless Learning Approach: Using Padlet in Critical Reading and Writing I

(Truly Almendo Pasaribu and Mega Wulandari)

13.00-14.15 Day 2:

Parallel 3

Parallel Room 6:

Merapi

A Design of Four Units of Games for Extracurricular Class of Speaking for the Seventh Grade of Pangudi Luhur Junior High School 1, Yogyakarta

(Bernadetha Wahyu Widyaningrum)

Developing model of Diagnostic Test instruments based on Dynamic Assessment in identifying the level of development of English potential skills

(Carolus Prima Ferri Karma and Widya Ratna Kusumaningrum)

Facilitating Self-Regulated Learning in the Classroom: Opportunities and Challenges in a Non-Formal Education Context

(Maryska Firiady)

14.15-15.30 Keynote 4  Koendjono

 “An Ongoing Issue in Language Learning: The Teaching of Reading”

Prof. John Macalister

Moderator: Concilianus Laos Mbato, Ed.D.

Closing