CLESOL 2004 Conference Proceedings

CLESOL 2004: Language, Community, Diversity: Hearing Every Voice.
Refereed Conference Proceedings, Workshops and Keynote Addresses.
9th International Confernce on Community Languages and English for Speakers of Other Languages.
Published 2005.
Editors: Jae Major and Jocelyn Howard, Christchurch College of Education.
ISBN: 0-908858-09-4

Keynote Addresses

Refereed Papers

Andrew, M.

Even Business Students Can Reflect: Gleaning Insights about Research

Beckman, P.

What do University Lecturers Want of their NESB Students, and How Can we Achieve this?

Bitchener, J.

Does Error Correction Ultimately Help EAL Learners Improve the Accuracy of their Writing?

Bright, C. &
von Randow, J.

Tracking Language Test Consequences: The Student Perspective

Bruce, I.

Unravelling the Genre Confusion: Towards an Appropriate Pre-Tertiary Writing Curriculum for EAL Learners

Cartner, H.

English Language Students and Computers

Claridge, G. An Idiosyncratic eye for the Grammarian Guy: Do Learners Learn what Teachers Teach Them, and can Quirky Content Facilitate Acquisition?
Danchenko, N. Pronunciation and Independent Work
Denny, H.,Roskvist, A. & Englefield, B.

Improving the Teaching of Casual Conversation through Collaborative Action Research – a ‘Leap in the Dark’ or a ‘Shot in the Arm’?

Doyle, J Peer Evaluation as a Source of Learner Motivation in ESL
Faulkner, K. &
Gordon, W.
Encouraging Voices: Speech in the Classroom
Gill, C. Drama as a Means of Improving the Advocacy Skills of Non- English-Speaking-Background Students
Halstead, A Living in Two Languages: Language Learning, Acculturation and the Negotiation of Identity
Hastwell, K. & Yee, V Numeracy: An Integral Part of Teaching ESOL to Migrants and Refugees
Holster, D.

English as a Second Bloody Language!

Hornby, M. Motivation Factors of English as an Additional Language (EAL) Learners in a Tertiary Foundation Studies Programme
Hunter, J. Adult ESOL and Adult Literacy Talking to Each Other
Johnstone, J International Student Sexuality:What do they Know, What do they Want to Know?
Junghare, I.

Language Shift and Language Maintenance in the Diasporic Marathi

Kearney, C. Social Identity and Language Acquisition
King, C Successfully Implementing and Exploiting Split-Reading Tasks
Leong, I. &
Abdullah, M.H.

The Effects Of Online Collaboration and Reflection on the Learning of Writing among ESL Tertiary Learners

Logan, S. Encouraging Learner Autonomy
Malthus, C. Updating the IELTS Writing Module: Putting Research into Practice
McKnight, A. Preparing International Students for Study at University: Do we Know what we are Doing?
Newsome, G. Teaching Phrasal Items
Pak, L.

Case Study of Retention Strategies at a Public Tertiary Language School in New Zealand

Riddiford, N. Collaborative Error Correction: Does it Help?
Roach, K. Developing an English Language/Literacy Course for Adult Deaf Learners: Insights from the chalk-face
Roskvist, A. Using Corpora to Inform Language Teaching: A Case for Teaching Learners to use Vague Language
Sokhieva, F. Pronunciation Teaching Through Reflective Pronunciation Projects
Steward, M. Use your Own Words: A Structured Approach to Teaching Paraphrasing
Strauss, P., Hayward, M. & Harvey, S. No one ever asked us for Consent Before – Why Are You? Gaining Ethical Consent with Refugee Participants
Stribling, P. Motivation in the ESL/EFL Classroom: Appreciating the Differences
Thaine, C. Pre-service Training in English Language Teaching for the Private Sector
Walker, P. Writing Feedback: Using Student Generated Error Charts to Facilitate Noticing
Walker, U. L1 in ESL - paradox or prospect? ommunity languages (L1) in ESOL classrooms
Yembise, S.Y. Integrating Learners’ Cultural Aspects into EFL Curriculum: A Bridge or a Barrier


Blakely, S.

Finding New Voices for New Lives: ESOL for Participation and Empowerment

Braithwaite, M.

Speaking English: Practical Strategies to Develop Listening and Speaking Skills

Englefield, B.

Developing an English Grammar Course for Novice Teachers: From Theory to Practice

Hadfield, C.

Instant fix or delayed gratification? Lesson Observation and Feedback on Training Courses

Pitton, S. &
Alexander, S.

Criterion: Description of an On-Line Essay Evaluation Programme

Rogers, S.

Daily Language Review 4: An Effective Teaching Resource

Sweeting, A.

Using Feature Films in the EFL Classroom

Wake, V.

Many Voices … but how well are they communicating?

Watkins, A. &
Pawson, P.

Skills Integration Through the Use of Newspapers in a Post Intermediate Study Course

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