Chunyan Shao, Keynote Speaker

Integrating self-editing, peer feedback, group feedback and teacher feedback: A creation of multi-lateral ZPD’

Eda Isik-Tas, Cyprus

‘Authorial identity in L1 and L2 writing in Sociology’

Monika Pociask/AnnaStefanowicz-Kocol, Poland

‘English Language Activities Aimed at Social Competences for Student Nursing in Practice’

Svetlana Rubtsova, Russia

Linguocultural  aspects of teaching ESP  from the perspective of   multiculturalism’

Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, Poland

ESP university programme for business and media’

Changyuan Liu, China

Textual Study of Errors in Academic Abstract Writing by Chinese Learners of English from Intercultural Perspective’

Monica Rocha-Antonin, Germany

The Classroom ‘Brain’                                       

Song Wang, China

Issues and challenges of ESP Teachers’

Jia Hongxia, China

Hierarchical Curriculum Module of Literature Courses for English Major Explained’

Ghazi Alhejely, UK                                                          

Online Identities and Translanguaging Practices:  A case of Arab Study Abroad students in the UK on Social Media’

Sermin Arslan, UK                                     

‘Interactional opportunities that learner-initiated turns create in language classrooms’

Amel Afia, Algeria

An ESP Syllabus Design for Postgraduates in Medicine at Ibn Rochd University Hospital in Annaba’

Wenjie Shi, China/UK  *

Perception of language assessments by Chinese EFL learners in the context of ESP/EAP-based College English Program: Results from a university of finance and economics.

DAY 2, JUNE 2, 2018


Huang Jian, China/UK-Keynote Speaker

A Case Probe into Developing Material for Teaching Academic Translation based on The Wealth of Nations and its Chinese versions

Anna Stefanowicz-Kocoł, Poland

‘Dealing with mixed specializations in ESP classes’

Tatiana Dobrova, Russia

Multiculturalism as Soft Power through ESP for International Relation Students’

Renata Gomes, Brazil

Challenges in developing ESP classes under the critical literacy perspective’

Xitian Yang, China

Inspiration of Literature and Ideology  in Terms  of Mankind’s Perfectibility’

Amina Gaye, UAE                      

 Implications of Current Research in ESP for ESL/ESP Teacher Training’

Ahmad Tawalbeh, UK                                      

‘Rhetorical Structure of Methods Section in English and Arabic Research Articles: A contrastive genre analysis’

Milena Yablonsky, Poland                                         

 Is there a place for translation in ESP classes? – teachers’ perspective’

Sahar Alkhelaiwi, Saudi Arabia

Discipline-specific Lecture Listening: Cognitive processes – Sub-skills – Strategies’

Med Salah Gharbi, Algeria

Aspects of Untranslatability in Literary Translation’

Rula El-Rob, UK

Doctor- patient interaction in a Jordanian Hospital’

Sabitha Joseph, India

Enriching ELT with  ESP: An Indian Perspective’

Hind Alraddadi, UK         

‘Language Choice of Bilingual Arab Children in UK Supplementary Schools: Description and Factors’