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Developer's Showcase

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Developers' Showcase

 

 

 

 

Developers' Showcase  

Wednesday, April 6, 2016, 3:00 - 4:45 pm EST.

Room Holiday 4, Hilton Baltimore

To join the webcast, click here. Instructions on how to join the webcast are at the bottom of this page.

 

TIme  Presentation Summary  Presenter(s)  Links and other content
 

The Colorful World Project: Cross-Cultural Studies Hub

The presentation will demonstrate how teachers can use this free, brand-new innovative web-site to bring cross-cultural awareness in the classroom. The attendees will learn how the collaboration on compiling the culture rich ELT materials database can increase their professional visibility and create development opportunities on a global scale. 

 

 
 Valiantsina Holubeva, Institute of IT & Business Administration, Belarus (v_holubeva@outlook.com) 

 

 Developer-showcase_hOLUBEVA.pptx
   Viewprog for Viewing Student Progress across Multiple Platforms

Enthusiastic teachers may have their students access multiple sites outside of class, but for many instructors, tracking usage across multiple platforms is a thankless task. Unless the teacher knows who is doing what, students usage will be low. This site attempts to put all performance information together on one site. 

 

 

 

Thomas Robb, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan (tom@tomrobb.com) 

 

 
http://tomrobb.com/ViewProg.pptx  
 

English through Literature

"English through Literature" is a web-based program that enables learners to quickly and effortlessly make their way through texts of varied complexity. They receive support in the form of word-by-word or sentence translations. They can also listen to individual words and sentences and consult simple and contextualized English word definitions. 

 

 

Jeffrey Rasch, University of North Texas, USA (jeffrey.rasch@unt.edu) 

 

 
 Rasch--English throu…ture Jeff Rasch.pptx
   A Web Application to Automatically Generate Grammar Activities from Authentic Texts

This web application is focused on autonomous revision of writing in three different registers (EAP/ESP/Fiction). The strengths are automated creation of writing activities from various publicly available sources (Mendeley/FT.com/Reddit) and highly authentic target language use tasks featuring revision of writing where students aren't necessarily shown where the error is. 

 

 

 Adam Leskis, University of Reading, UK (adam.leskis@gmail.com) 

 

Grammarbuffet Presentation - Adam Leskis.ppt  
 

Demonstration of Presenter-developed Web-based Reading System Designed to Improve Reading Speed and Comprehension 

This presentation will demonstrate the classroom use of web-based software designed by Old Dominion University's English Language program to break any reading into chunks, or "phrase-cued" text. While developed by ODU's English Language Center, ESL teachers at other institutions can can use it as well. 

Greg Raver-Lampman, Old Dominion University English Language Center, USA (graverla@odu.edu)  Greg Raver-Lampman.pptx  
 

Carry English in your Pocket 

To provide additional language practice outside the classroom and reinforce learning in the classroom, English faculty members at Daffodil International University in Bangladesh are using the open-source tool LiveCode to develop mobile apps. Most of the students have smartphones, so we are focusing on developing materials for these devices. 

Claire Bradin Siskin, Daffodil International University, Bangladesh (csiskin@edvista.com)  

Bipasha Binte Haque, Daffodil International University, Bangladesh (bbhaque@gmail.com)  

Shamsi Ara Huda, Daffodil International University, Bangladesh (shamsi@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd)  

Mir Sadia Siddequa, Daffodil International University, Bangladesh (sadia.eng@diu.edu.bd)

Sadia Zafrin Lia, Daffodil International University, Bangladesh (zafrin.eng@diu.edu.bd) 

When the app is available, information will be available here:

http://www.edvista.com/claire/apps/brimeng.html

 

Presenter Bios

Greg Raver-Lampman, Lecturer

Old Dominion University English Language Center

Norfolk, VA

Email: Graverla@odu.edu

Phone (cell): (757) 335-0944

Ms. Shamsi Ara Huda works as an Assistant Professor at the Department of English in Daffodil International University in Bangladesh. She has four research articles and one book as published to her credit. She is interested in reflective teaching, materials design and Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL).

Dr. Bipasha Binte Haque is an Assistant Professor of English at Daffodil International University. She earned her PhD from Australia. She earned her MA in ELT from England. She also earned an MA in English Literature from Dhaka University. Her research area is listening skills in English.

Claire Bradin Siskin was working as an English Language Specialist at Daffodil International University in Dhaka until recently. She is an enthusiastic practitioner of computer-assisted language learning (CALL). Siskin is the former Director of the English as a Second Language Writing Online Workshop (ESL-WOW). She has given presentations in 19 countries.

S adia Zafrin Lia is working as an English Lecturer in Daffodil International University. She has presented papers at Dhaka University and at the University of Liberal Arts of Bangladesh (ULAB).  Previously, she worked for the College of Development Alternative (CODA) as an English teacher.

Mir Sadia Siddequa is a Research Associate in the Department of English, Daffodil International University. She earned her BA and MA degree in ELT from Daffodil International University. Her interests include CALL and online teaching. Recently she has been working on LiveCode for developing apps for language learning.

Valentina Holubeva is an experienced, versatile teacher of English as Foreign Language (EFL) and intercultural communication from Minsk, Belarus. She has worked up her career from a teacher assistant through a variety of positions in tertiary school, including twenty years in Minsk State Linguistic University, the leading language institution in Belarus. Valentina focused mainly on ESP and communication practice in English, but gradually her interest shifted to international communication and resulted in founding an English Speaking Club "ICAN" within the Institute of IT & Business Administration.

Her interest in teaching international communication evolved from extensive engagement in interpreting and translation and in a number of international projects. Valentina strongly advocates innovative TEFL methods, especially the learner-centered approach, promotes the use of technology and fosters intercultural cooperation through three Facebook groups and her website www.writespeakenglish.com. 

Jeffrey Rasch is an instructor of English as a Second Language at the Intensive English Language Institute at the University of North Texas, where he teaches writing and grammar to international students.  He is interested in language acquisition, especially vocabulary growth, through extensive reading.  He has worked in the field of documentary linguistics and is also interested in using insights from the field of descriptive/functional linguistics to improve the teaching of grammar to second language learners. 

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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