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Thursday 22nd June 2017
7.45-9.00 Registration
9.00-9.30 Opening ceremony
9.30-10.30 X04 Plenary 1: Ken Hyland EAL authors and international publishing: The myth of linguistic disadvantage
10.30-10.45 Coffee break
Room X01B
The research process
Research paradigms
Research methods
Dealing with data
Applying methods
10.45-11.30 Clay Williams
Expanding the individual research 'bubble' through student collaboration and mentoring
Garold Murray
A complexity approach to research in a social learning space
Michael Yeldham
Conducting verbal reports with L2 listeners
11.35-12.20 Jakraphan  Riamliw
Call for papers: Can this be a potential source of research ideas?
James M. Hall
Methodological lessons learned from conducting reflexive linguistic ethnography
Stuart G. Towns and Richard Watson Todd
Methods for identifying relations and associations in text
Punjaporn Pojanapunya and Angvarrah Lieungnapar
The quality of choices determines the quantity of KEY words
Anchana Rukthong
Investigating cognitive and strategic processing – a mixed methods approach
12.20-13.30 Lunch
13.30-14.15 Richard Watson Todd
Serendipity in research and the threat of technology
Heshell S. Ellaga and Ferdinand L. Rellorosa
Appraisal analysis: Representation of citizens in sociopolitical blogs
Mark Conroy
Targeting L2 syntax through sentential anagrams
Chunyan Zou
Enhancing L2 motivation among Chinese college English learners
Kristof Savski
Analysing globalised language policies in local contexts: Theoretical and practical considerations
14.20-15.05 Jariya Sudtho and Punjaporn Pojanapunya
Evidence-based data collection in the study of self-efficacy
Neil McClelland
Retrospective investigation of Past Learning Experiences (PLE) and their effects on L2 motivation in EFL learners in Japan
Selim Ben Said
Exploring visual ethnography in participant interviews
Eric A. Ambele and Richard Watson Todd
Adding rigour to language variety continua
Tripoom  Rojanavarakul and Woravut Jaroongkhongdach
Exploring logical thinking in research articles through the use of logical connectors
15.05-15.20 Coffee break
15.20-16.05 Mohammad Amini Farsani and Esmat Babaii
EFL faculty members' research engagement: Voices from Iran
Anchalee Chayanuvat
Issues related to doing action research: A professional experience
Christopher Osment and Nathan Thomas
A comparative discourse analysis of teacher narratives using corpora
Stephen Louw
I still haven't found what I'm looking for: Triangulation for interpreting data
Shih-ping Wang
Lexico-grammatical profiles to first person pronouns in electrical and electronic journal papers
16.10-16.55 Supattra Amornrattanasirichok and Woravut Jaroongkhongdach
Engagement in literature reviews of Thai and international research articles in applied linguistics
Daron Benjamin Loo
Trust the researcher? Autoethnography as a tool to study English teaching professionals
  John Blake
Annotator (dis)agreement
Aroonrung Siricharoen and Raksangob Wijitsopon
Lexical bundles in authentic and business English textbook emails: A case study of informal business emails

Friday 23rd June 2017
8.00-9.00 Registration
9.00-10.00 X04 Plenary 2: Andrew Sewell The end of innocence: Applied linguistics and boundary-drawing in the new age of nationalism
10.00-10.15 Coffee break Poster presentations
Room X01B
Language and culture
English in Asian contexts
Varieties of English
English in education
Occupational English
10.15-11.00 Najib Noorashid and James McLellan
"I speak English, but I'm still a Malay": Language attitudes and identity amongst bilingual Bruneians living in London
Mark B. Ulla
NNES teachers and EFL teaching: The case of Filipino teachers in Thailand
Jenny Ngo
An exploration of kinship terms of Hokkien Chinese-Indonesians in Surabaya
11.05-11.50 Kamruzzaman Choudhury and Tapash Kakati
ESL/EFL classroom and culture: An Indian context
Fu Chen
A comparative study on engagement resources in Mandarin vs. US students' movie reviews
Andy Kirkpatrick and Sophiaan Subhan
Code-mixing in VOICE and ACE: Same or different?
Thai Association for Applied Linguistics inaugural meeting Pratabjai Tatsanajamsuk
Genre analysis in the letter of application and syllabus design
11.50-13.30 Lunch Poster presentations
13.30-14.15 Maria Rhodora G. Ancheta
Beyond the monkey and the turtle: Language and humor strategies in selected Philippine children's stories
Farah Aimee S. Virador
The dynamic construction of identity in the ELF intercultural communication in an online English classroom: A positioning perspective
Pin-Yu Chen
Long-distance Wh-movement and long distanced Wh-movement avoidance in L2 English performed by Taiwanese students
Raziel Felix Aguelo
Enhancing students' language competencies through collaborative learning
Do Huy Liem
Practical experience from Vietnam: designing a culturally-related TBL communicative curriculum for ESP courses
14.20-15.05 Lex Michael Lu Guiritan
The artistic interests, learning styles, and preferred English teaching strategies of the students in the special program in the arts
Duangkamon Winitkun and Mark B. Ulla
Teaching pronunciation among Thai engineering EFL learners:  Exploring problems and their perceived solutions
  Jeremy Phillips and Hilda Hio Fong Fok
Armies of two: effective face-to-face writing conferencing
Gladys Matias
The study of English codes and jargons used by FX drivers of Robinsons' Novaliches to Trinoma Mall trip
15.05-15.25 Coffee break
15.25-16.10   Lingrui Xu and Maneerat Chuaychoowong
A case study of teachers' beliefs and practices with English-medium Instruction (EMI) at Mae Fah Luang University
Joy R. Risonar
The syntactic features of texts written by Filipino students
Mai Mohamad
Evaluating the effectiveness of self-learning English program designed for internally displaced refugees in Syria
Joseph Ratna Jayakar Telagathoti and Tejaswani Kadavakollu
The lexis of Christian sermons in English

Saturday24th June 2017
8.00-9.00 Registration
9.00-10.00 X04 Plenary 3: Andy Kirkpatrick An ELF-aware approach to English Language Teaching
10.00-10.15 Coffee break Poster presentations
Room X01B
Language in the new technologies
English in education
SE Asian English
Critical analyses
Critical analyses
10.15-11.00 Wan Yau Ni Jenny
"Maam, let me tell you our story": Analyzing interpersonal relationship and recount structure in American-Filipino call centre complaint conversations
Azirah Hashim
Challenges in English language education in Laos
James McLellan
Reimagining Southeast Asian Englishes as codemixed varieties: Does this apply differently to outer circle and expanding circle varieties?
11.05-11.50 Grace Yue Qi
Localisation and guanxi in ELF communication in business contexts through e-platforms
The effects of blending teaching using Facebook on students' writing achievement:  a constructivist teaching strategy
Nurizzi Rifqi Ferdian
Indonesian tertiary students' language learning strategies, environment, and opportunities in the digital era
Geff Heathman
The use of technology from the periphery to the core of English in education via innovation, transformation and execution
English for South-East Asia business meeting
11.50-13.00 Lunch Poster presentations
13.00-13.45 Raju Barthakur
Situating Tarone's taxonomy to the communication strategies adopted in the use of English in online communication by the students of engineering in Arunachal Pradesh
Batoul Khoja and Debasish Mohapatra
The real story of English Language Teaching in Syrian high schools and the bumpy transition into the university level
Soe Marlar Lwin
Using Asian folktales to develop intercultural competence: perceptions of a group of English teachers from Southeast Asian (SEA) countries
Mai Thi Phuong Le
Native English teachers' identities in Vietnam's universities
Chatchawan Chaiyasat and Melada Sudajit-Apa
Pronouns, social actors and modality types of politics: A corpus-assisted critical discourse analysis of General Prayuth Chan-o-cha's weekly addresses in times of political crisis
13.45-14.15 Coffee break Poster presentations
14.15-15.15 Symposium Does ASEAN need 'their' English, 'own' English or 'our' Englishes?
Speakers: Andrew Sewell, Andy Kirkpatrick, Azirah Hashim, (Moderator: Wannapa Trakulkasemsuk)

Jeffrey Dawala Wilang Silence of Japanese students in a Thai EFL context
John Blake Error proofing the data flow
Khin Soe Myint Aung and Saowaluck Tepsuriwong Lesson openings: How teachers begin the lessons in an English class
Kim Willcocks Promoting autonomy through individual writing consultations
Philip Brannam When one size doesn't fit all: an appreciative inquiry driven study of teacher beliefs about professional development at an international school in Bangkok
Sarah Marie Brokenborough Lao-style : Using literacy autobiographies to understand language acquisition in Laos