Conference Itinerary

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8:30-9:30 Registration & Coffee (HUM 581)
Room no. 203 217 587
Local Teacher Uses Newspaper Scavenger Hunt to Teach Skimming & Scanning to ESL Readers

Katherine Brundage
English Only? A Critical Look at Educating Language Minority Students
Marie Kahn
The Effectiveness of Paper and Electronic Dictionaries
Tomoaki Sugimoto
9:30 What Questions Do You Have? Developing an Inductive Questioning Strategy
Sheila Botein
Do You Enjoy Reading? I Do!
Kara Zwier Yu
What English(es) Should We Teach in the Global Classroom?
Brian McManus
10:00 WORDPLAY: Don’t Eat Your Words, Play With Them!
Phyllis Johnson
Challenges and Solutions in Teaching Multilevel Classes
I-Mei Wang & Youngju (Mindy) Lee
Managing Communication while Dealing with Trauma: Case Studies for Teacher Training
Brooke Mackenzie & Stephen Dalton
10:30 I Think We Have A Deal! Teaching Effective Negotiation Skills for Business English
Jessica Villat & Erika Weisbrich
Smoothing the Transition from ESL to Mainstream English in Community College
Pat MacKenzie
11:00 The Entrepreneurial Self-Employed Teacher
Blythe Musteric
Tips for Teaching Native Chinese Speakers
E-Chiao Chu & Ching-Lan Huang
Rm 202 “Please Absolve My Errors”: Vocabulary Techniques to Help Students Retain and Use Words Beyond the Test
Ali Burns &
Carol Pragides
11:30 The Play’s the Thing! Using Drama Techniques with Short Stories for Teaching EFL
Tracy Huang & Christine Park
Relay the Message: Using Communicative Games in the ESL Classroom
Jill Schutz &
Becky Winters
Rm 202 Making It Work: Transforming Employer Expectations into A Workplace Curriculum
Patricia Long Davis
12:00-1:30 Lunch (HUM 587, 582)
Room no. 203 211 471
1:30 How to Use Multiple Intelligences Theory in Your Classroom
Kelly Udomsri & Carl Utleg
Teaching Prepositions with Images: Challenges and Pedagogical Suggestions
Sara Alongi &
Mari Ota
Movie Magic in Your English Class!
Ah Hyang Rim & Yoko Sakurai
2:00 Citizenship: What Should We Teach 10 Million Immigrants?
Lisa Remmer
Level One in the Morning, Level Five at Night: Exploring the Differences Between Teaching Credit & Non-Credit ESL
Monica Berini
2:30   Drama Techniques: 5-Minute Warm-Ups to Semester Long Projects
Yunhee (Yoony) Choi & Alison Ross
Preparing Students to Participate In Authentic Community Events
Glenda Robinson
3:00-4:30 Job Fair, Raffle, & Closing Reception (HUM 587, 582)