KATE 2020 International Conference
ThemeMultilingual and Multimodal Paradigms in ELT:
Towards Developing Methods and Approaches for Practices
DateJuly 2- 4 (Thursday-Saturday), 2020
VenueThe Korea Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Seoul, Korea
David Nunan (Distinguished Research Professor, Anaheim University, Professor Emeritus, University of Hong Kong)
Hayo Reinders(Professor, Anaheim University)
Christoph Hafner(Associate Professor, City University of Hong Kong)
Alvin Pang (RELC, Singapore): "Multiliteracies in curriculum implementation and pedagogy in multilingual classrooms of Southeast Asia"
Svetlana Androsova (FEELTA, Russia): "Focusing on connected speech processes and weak forms as an approach to teaching phonetic skills: Listening/watching, pronunciation"
Harumi Yamin (TEFLIN, Indonesia): "Navigating ESP for Indonesian Security Guards: Course Design, Challenges, and Lessons Learned"
Apisara Sritulanon (Thai TESOL, Thailand): "Multilingual, Global Citizens and Workforce Mobility"
Mina Patel (British Council, Malaysia): "Teacher Beliefs, Multi-Modality and Assessment: Implications for the Classroom"
Song Hua (YBU, China): "Application of Formative Assessment to College English Writing Teaching"
Junju Wang (CELEA, China): "New Developments of English Education Reform in China"
Yuka Ishikwawa (JACET, Japan): "Application of Formative Assessment to College English Writing Teaching"