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JALTCALL2020 Saturday, June 6
Recent changes
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9:30OpeningOPENING: OVERVIEW OF THE CONFERENCE (GARY ROSS, JAMES YORK) (Zoom A)
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10:00 - 10:30178 O. Rose: Three Lingolab sites for engaging phrase-level practice80 MacLean: Writing classes in a Google environment: synchronous feedback and other features64 Kita: Effective usage of ICT in review and feedback in EFL class55 Wrobetz: Using smartphone gaming to teach business strategy in EFL contextsSaturday
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10:40 - 11:10279 Stuart: Shadow Puppet: Improving Oral Presentation Skills with Audio/Video65 Matheny: Quizlet and Slack in English for mathematics49 Kikuchi: Utilizing AI smart speakers to improve the English skills of Japanese university studentsSaturday
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11:20 - 11:50333 Tokutake: The effect of modality on oral task performance in voice, video and VR-based environments45 Yasuda: Challenges and risks of the use of NLP summary applications in EFL reading and writing22 Irwin: Using Google Slides to create collaborative choose your own adventure stories44 Parsons: Visualization in test item writing84 Schwartz: The Evolution of Speech Recognition in English LearningSaturday
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11:50 - 13:00LunchLUNCH + BREAKOUT ROOMS (Zoom B)
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13:00 - 14:10KeynoteDR. CHARLIE BROWNE: KEYNOTE (Zoom A)
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14:20 - 14:50421 Barington: H5P: Tasks for communicative language practice using a Moodle plugin6 Angelina: The strengths and drawbacks of LyricsTraining implementation in Basic Listening course19 Vitta: Methodological and technological considerations in flipped language learning interventions: A systematic reviewSaturday
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15:00-15:30577 Storey: Using discipline-specific corpora data-driven learning in an EFL-medium university setting39 Swier: Using a lexical database for semantic analysis of word lists for language learning85 Raine: EFL.Digital : Digital assignments for 21st century English teachers54 Wang: The impact of mobile learning on student English levels during long vacationsSaturday
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15:30-16:00BreakTIME OFF TO REGROUP
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16:00 - 16:3067 Cotter: The International Virtual Exchange Project・making bridges for cultural appreciation11 Lee: Comparing handwriting vs. smartphone tapping speed41 Dudrova: Implementation of visual novel mobile games to enhance the reading experience in EFL in Japan75 Haugh: SMART presentations: how tech helps86 Davis: Using adaptive tools for English language learning35 Garant: Intercultural perceptions and peer-feedback in China and Japan in transnational video podcasting Saturday
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16:40-17:1072 Chartrand: Using artificial intelligence to interact with technology for EFL speaking practice53 Gao: Teaching reading with tech: how Readizy helps EFL teachers13 Garnica: How to use online collaborative strategic reading in your reading and writing classes4 Kawai: How to decrease teaching administration while maintaining learning outcomes by using CALL without LMSSaturday
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17:20-17:50850 Lauer: The best podcasts for English learners in Japan43 Bateson: Preparing for online assessment of speaking and writing in the new Center Exam82 Zourou: Language learning as agency for a social purpose: examples from the pandemic72 Stamper: Online courses in a time of crisis: What can be learnedSaturday
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1800 - Zoom A: Annual General Meeting + ROUNDUP + Party (?)
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JALTCALL2020 Sunday, June 7 Provisional
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TimeSessionZoom AZoom BZoom CZoom DZoom EZoom FYouTubeYouTube
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10:00 - 10:30158 Johnson: A database of student-contributed photos in a virtual exchange20 Daniels: An open-source speaking practice and testing application73 Barr: CALL & Learner Development Forum: Learning transformations with Schoology, online workbooks, and Google Suites52 Hall: Hacking our vision: binocular rivalry and language learning63 Sevigny: Evaluating online vocabulary systems for assurance of L2 learning87 Davis: Developing presentation skills through video projects9 Petersen: Application of Flipgrid: ESL video activities conducted via student smartphones10 Coaxum: Comparative analysis of learning gains and affective states in face-to-face versus online learningSunday
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10:40 - 11:10257 Harashima: A perspective from learning analytics into the international virtual exchange project1 Ross: Online speech: utilizing speech recognition in the classroom today27 Hunt: Autograding oral reading12 Luhach: Law undergraduates' understanding and appropriation of arguments in online essay writing tutorialsSunday
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11:20 - 11:50381 Cooper: Facial expression analysis with a virtual interview and presentation assistant: IPA 4.070 Robb: Give your students more speaking time with PeerEval29 Shibata: Developing a language learning system that appropriates the affordances of VR31 R. Rose: Automated generation of vocabulary quizzes en masse for large-scale testing67 Naganuma: Online self-reflection to enhance students' learningSunday
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11:50 - 13:00LunchLUNCH + BREAKOUT (ZOOM ROOM B)
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13:00 - 13:30428 Hofmeyr: Oral communication skill development with a cooperative digital game36 Grimaldi: Online discussion to fuel in-class participation74 Moriyama: Collaborative storyboard writing with LEGO bricks60 Forsythe: Survey of recent research in MALL in Japanese EFL ContextsYOUTUBE 61 Roy: Learning about smart home technology in a CALL classroom66 Ilic: Exploring EFL student use of digital backchannels during collaborative learning activities48 Jones: Designing CALL into a CLIL CurriculumSunday
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13:40 - 14:10542 Ho: Saving time by using Moodle auto-grade function40 Ferreira: Using e-Rubrics for academic writing69 Yamauchi: How Kahoot! and Duolingo help Japanese EFL Learners with limited proficiency68 Kim: Constructivism approach for academic writing through technology: Writing process through collaborative peer activitiesSunday
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14:20 - 14:50632 Arao: Mobile phone presence and its effect on cognitive performance5 Kirchmeyer: Practice & analyze beginner-level English conversations w/ a new activity plugin: the P-CHAT15 Isaacson: Going paperless is easier than you think: a comparison of two LMSs34 Hall: Promoting teacher-trainee reflection and development through feedback on a lesson study applicationSunday
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14:50 - 15:20BreakTIME OFF TO REGROUP
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15:20 - 15:50716 York: Engaging with the world: Reddit in the university classroom17 Lane: Adobe Spark Video: A fun storytelling tool to share ideas, improve skills, and engage students56 Olexa: Does the platform matter?: using "Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes" on multiple devices.88 Raine: How EFL.Digital empowers teachers in ERT and Blended LearningSunday
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16:00 - 16:30838 Jarrell: An email magazine for teaching English18 Cowie: How to make online videos engaging for language learnersYOUTUBE:46 Chiang: Factors that influence satisfactory blending learning in an ESP classroom26 Tseng: How high school English teachers taught close reading using mash-ups30 Asquith: Taking an English language curriculum online: a comparative studySunday
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16:40-17:10
Closing forum
DR. CHARLIE BROWNE, GARY ROSS, JAMES YORK, ERIN NOXON, LOUISE OHASHI, Zoom ASunday
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