Accepted abstracts

Andrić's (Magic) Realism in the Novel The Bridge on the Drina

Marijana Bošnjak & Tina Varga Oswald, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia, ID LLCE2018-416;   Abstract: More than being a certain genre, magic realism is a stylistic form marked by the aspiration to understand the paradox of connecting the opposites. In other words,...

Integrating emotional intelligence into literature classes

Brigita Miličić & Jakov Sabljić, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia, ID LLCE2018-415;   Abstract: Emotional intelligence is a set of abilities that enable a person to function normally everyday and successfully tackle various difficulties. It is essential to nurture...

Research of Word to Syllable Analysis in Preschool Age Children

Monika Máčajová, Constantine the Philosopher University, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-410;      Abstract: Initial phases of reading and writing instruction are oriented on technical accuracy and fluency. However, reading and writing instruction begins in the 1st class of primary...

The status of literature courses in undergraduate and graduate English language teacher training programmes across Slovakia (Virtual paper)

Dagmar Blight, University of Trnava, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-408;      Abstract: The paper “The status of literature courses in undergraduate and graduate English language teacher training programmes across Slovakia” offers an analysis of literature courses represented in undergraduate...

Translation and Communicative Competence in Foreign Language Education

Xenia Liashuk, University of Trnava, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018.411;     Abstract: The paper provides a critical overview of theoretical premises which have been constituted to justify the re-introduction of translation activities and exercises into the post-communicative foreign...

Literary Analysis at School - Return to Text

Prof. Anton Pokrivčák, University of Trnava, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-405;      Abstract: As far as education is concerned, one may say that literature has not lost its importance. On the contrary, the general debilitating effect of the surrounding mass media machinery makes...

Approaches to training pre-school teachers of English as a foreign language in the Czech Republic and Slovakia

Prof. Silvia Pokrivcakova, University of Trnava, Slovakia, & Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czech Republic, ID LLCE2018-404;     Abstract: During recent decades, we have been witnessing a rapid increase in the number of nursery schools and other pre-school institutions...

Developing intercultural communicative competence through literary works in the English as a foreign language classroom

Prof. Mark Sawyer, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan, ID LLCE2018-352;     Abstract: Although the use of literary works in EFL (English as a foreign language) has steadily declined, due to challenges of difficulty, length, and associations with outdated methods, this paper...

Engaging Students in Dialogical Instruction via a Talk Triangle

Prof. Feng-Ming Chi, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan, ID LLCE2018-315;       Abstract: Dialogic Instruction (DI) is used as an instructional design and practice that provides students with frequent and sustained opportunities to engage in learning talk about...

The oldest history of Huncokar´s in the light of period papers

Ladislav Župčán, University of Ss Cyril and Methodius, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-406;      Abstract: Ethnicity living deep in the forests of Palfi's estate was almost forgotten for many years. Not only the local community, but also the written testimonies of both German and...

Language Revitalization of a Specific German Minority in Slovakia

Simona Dujková, Dušan Fedič & Monika Hornáček Banášová, University of SS Cyril and Methodius, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-407;     Abstract: The article focuses on the research of the unique German dialect in Slovakia used by Huncokars, who inhabited the territory of southwest...

Place, Region and Ethnicity and/in Hawaian literature: Kiana Davenport’s Shark Dialogues (1995)

Jaroslav Kušnír, University of Prešov, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-400;    Abstract: Instead of currently fashionable notion of “displacement”, the title of this conference implies rather an essentialist understanding of place and its connection with a formation of both local and cultural...

Research Topics in Pronunciation Research

Hana Vančová, University of Trnava, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-399;   Abstract: The aim of the paper is to present the analysis of the topics or research papers dealing with teaching pronunciation teaching. The description and analysis of the acoustic form of language is specific to phonetics...

Researching academic biliteracy practices in language professor-researchers through narrative frames

Jitka Crhová & María del Rocío Domínguez, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, México, ID LLCE2018-398;    Abstract: Narrative enquiry has gained popularity in recent years in Social and Human Sciences since narratives allow the study of subjectivities and experiences of...

The Ethnic group of Huncokári in the subject matter education

Alžbeta Lobotková & Eva Frýdková, University of St. Cyril and Methodius, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-396;    Abstract: Huncokári (note: Slovak word derives from the German “Holzhauer” – woodcutter) was a group of German woodcutters who came to the area of White and Little Carpathians...

A sense of didactic and general effectiveness of teachers of literature in Poland and Slovakia

Prof. Krzysztof Mariusz Rubacha & Mariana Sirotová, University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-395;    Abstrakt: Existuje univerzalita v pregraduálnej príprave učiteľov jazykov? Jednoznačne je možné odpovedať, že nie. Pregraduálna príprava učiteľov jazykov...

Generating an inclusive bilingual classroom with ADHD students at elementary school using ICT

  Iliana Alderete Muñuzuri, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico, ID LLCE2018-392;     Abstract: According to a research carried out by INEGI in 2017, in Mexico, there are roughly 39.2 million of children and teenagers, and 1.5 million of them could be...

Is everything new good? Is everything old bad? (SK)

Gabriela Magalová, University of Trnava, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-389;      Abstract: Príspevok vo svojom názve dostatočne naznačuje zámer predkladaného textu otvoriť otázky o potrebe a funkčnosti implantácie inovatívnych metód do hodín literárnej výchovy  na základnej...

Continual life-long training of literature teachers in Slovakia (SK)

Prof Eva Vitézová, University of Trnava, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-387;     Abstract: Kontinuálne vzdelávanie má významné postavenie v rámci celoživotného vzdelávania učiteľov. Súčasná školská legislatíva vzdelávanie a zvyšovanie kvalifikácie učiteľov postavila i ako...

Pronunciation Features of the English Language as Analysed among Learners of Slavic Languages: Slovak, Czech and Polish

Michal Bodorík, University of Trnava, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-385;     Abstract: Slovak learners when acquiring English as a foreign language produce pronunciation errors during oral outputs. Some of these errors are a result of the influence of their mother tongue – the Slovak...

Education and upbringing as parts of the culture of society

Prof Jan Danek, University of Ss cyril and Methodius in Trnava, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-384;      Abstract: Education is, together with science, literature and art, the expressive part of culture of every society as the demonstration of the solicitude of society about...

PRACTICES AND PROBLEMS IN THE OPERATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS IN VALENZUELA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS TO K 12 MANAGEMENT (poster)

MIRIAM V. SEBASTIAN, KYLIE DIANDRA TIM-TIM, MARRY GELINE SIERRA, & CHRISTIAN NARIDO, Venezuela, ID LLCE2018-383;     ABSTRACT: School's school plant, financial and faculty and student  safety is the utmost priority for a school administrator and is  high on ...

President Buhari’s Anti-Corruption War in Nigeria: a Multimodal Discourse Interpretations of Selected Cartoons

AYODEJI OLOWU, Department of Languages, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria;   ID LLCE2018-379;    Abstract: This study identified and analysed the visual and linguistic components associated with the selected cartoons satirising the war against corruption...

Culture Component and Its Understanding in Foreign Language Teaching

Ivana Cimermanova, University of Presov, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-378;    Abstract: If we accept the language definition as „a symbolic system in which a series of sounds make up words to represent an idea, object, or a person and eventually becomes a medium through which we...

Learner Autonomy as a Factor in Success in E-learning

Zuzana Straková, University of Presov, Slovakia, ID LLCE2018-377;    Abstract: E-learning in higher education has become a legitimate tool building learning environment whether as a support for face-to-face learning or distance courses. Being able to function properly in virtual...

Beliefs on writer identity in academic writing: a case study of Ukrainian and Austrian university students

Inna Livytska, Volodymyr Vynnychenko State Pedagogical University, Ukraine, ID LLCE2018-373;     Abstract: To become a successful participant in the academic community, students must learn the norms, standards, procedures, and linguistic forms that constitute academic discourse....

Integral education – way to a better understanding of the world

Prof. Piotr Błajet & Prof. Beta Przyborowska, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Poland, ID LLCE2018-372;      Abstract: 15 billions years ago there was Nothing. Now, after Big Bang we have everything: atoms, molecules, proteins, life, homo sapiens, many many...

William Blake and the music of his Songs

Camila Querino, Faculdade de Letras UFRJ Av. Horácio Macedo, Brazil, ID LLCE2018-371;     Abstract: Over the past 60 years, William Blake (1857-1827) has become the most popular English-language poet among musicians and composers. The paper aims to investigate the intense...

MOTHER- TONGUE INTRUSION AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

OLUWATOSIN OMOSOLAPE OMODEWU, YABA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, Nigeria, ID LLCE2018-370;       Abstract: The intrusion of the mother- tongue in English Language Education in Nigeria has become a topic and concern of debate especially amongst English language teachers. This...

The comparative study about the gender identity representation in English, Japanese, and Korean

Prof. Jeongmi Um, Japan, ID LLCE2018-368;    Abstract: Our speech acts (discourse practice) should be regarded as processes which build  gender identity independently, though the restrictions and influences of various gender views and gender ideology specified as the nature of...

Denotative equivalence in the translation of business texts

Renata Silhanova, Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czech Republic, ID LLCE2018-367;    Abstract: The article deals with the translation of texts from the field of professional language. It focuses on the lexical specifics of selected texts and their translation, which seems to be...

An Analysis of Cultural Identity in the English Translation of Selected Literary Works by Lithuanian Authors

Inga Janaviciene, Vytautas Magnus university, Lithuania, ID LLCE2018-365;       Abstract: The presentation aims to discuss the rendering of cultural identity, as per Stuart Hall’s (1996) definition of the term, as ‘those aspects of our identities which arise from our...

Lists in German Advertisment Slogans

Petra Bacuvcikova, Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czech Republic, ID LLCE2018-364;  Abstract: This study is a contribution to the discussion and analysis of the communicative practice list, and the three-component list structure in marketing texts. Based on empirical lists in advertisement...

The Word Class Adjective in English Business Magazines Online (virtual paper)

Prof. Borislav Marusic & Sanda Katavic-Causic, Veleučilište Lavoslav Ružička u Vukovaru, Croatia, ID LLCE2018-362;       Abstract: The aim of this paper is to research the word class adjective in one sequence of the ESP: Business English, more precisely English...

Foreign Language, Foreign Self: Exploring the impact of Foreign Language acquisition on the “Moroccan” Identity Focus Group (Proficient Moroccan speakers of English as a FL)

Majda Layek, University of Mohammed V in Rabat, Morocco, ID 361;    Abstract: The goal of the present research project is to test the long debated hypothesis claiming that people who speak different languages possess different selves when switching from their native language to a...

Stressing pre-school foreign language teaching (English) efficiency.

Martyna Maria Manowska, Poland, ID LLCE2018-360;   Abstract: This article is a description of two types of methods used in Polish public and non-public kindergartens in teaching English. This study also covers some problems connected with managing preschool classes as well as compares the...

Analysis of Borrowed Terminologies in Science Textbooks: The Mongolian Case

Munkhtsetseg Namsrai, Institute of Language and Literature, Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolia, ID LLCE2018-357;    Abstract: A school textbook is the main means of education to provide students with scientific knowledge. Thus its language must be clear, precise, accurate and...

Negotiating language and identity in Qatar’s international branch campuses

Sara Hillman, Texas A&M University at Qatar, ID LLCE2018-355;    Abstract: This papers provides a critical discussion of Qatar’s international branch campuses (IBCs). I examine the on-the-ground realities of Qatari students who must constantly negotiate their identities as they...

Musical Fairy-tale – How a Teacher of Music/Art Classes May Develop Students’ Literacy and Music Skills and Imagination. A good Practice from Poland.

Aneta Rogalska-Marasińska, University of Lodz, Poland, ID LLCE2018-354;  Abstract: Mostly each of us – children and adults – love to listen to, read, and tell/create stories, fairy-tales, or sagas. They may base on real life or refer to imaginary situations. Thus creation may have various...

Effective Strategies in framing Assessment Questions by choosing appropriate terms in Higher Education in Science-An action research approach (virtual paper)

Anjum Afrooze, Prince Sultan University in Rijad, Saudi Arabia, ID LLCE2018-351;   Abstract: The curriculum at General Sciences department in a middle eastern university includes ‘’Physical science’’   for Computer Science, Information Technology and Business courses. Interior...

Implementing an extensive reading course into an EAP program (poster)

Cristina Tat, Kyoto Tachibana University, Japa, ID LLCE2018-349;     Abstract: I will discuss how an extensive reading component was introduced into our university’s undergraduate courses for the English Communication Department.  We will discuss the rationale behind the...

MULTILINGUALISM AS AN IMPEDIMENT TO EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

MOHAMMED BABA KOLO, Niger State College of Education, Nigeria, ID LLCE2018-348;  ABSTRACT: Nigeria is a multilingual country with a complex communication network consisting of so many languages. Of the entire heritage left behind in Nigeria by the British at the end of colonial administration,...

IMPERATIVE OF 21ST CENTURY LITERACY SKILLS FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

Lawal SULEIMAN, Niger State College of Education, Nigeria, ID LLCE2018-346;     ABSTRACT: The paper discusses the imperative of 21st Century literacy skills for youth development from two perspectives. The first is the realization of the gross inadequacies of the teaching of the...

The women Image in Mahmoud Darwish poetry

Prof. Mohammed Dawabsheh & Noor Al Ibrahim, The Arab American University, Palestine, ID LLCE2018-374;   Abstract:  Mahmoud Darwish is one of the thinnest poets of passion and their songs in the history of modern Arabic poetry, he is - undisputed - the poet of the Palestinian...

Bhagavad Gita: the translated text for ESL teaching in India

dr Gopa Nayak, O. P. Jindal Global University, India, ID LLCE2018-343;     Abstract: Language learning entails learning the language and its culture. Learning both the linguistic components and the cultural elements is a challenge to second and foreign language learners. When...

The Issue of Medical Students’ Willingness to Communicate in ESP classes

dr Giti Karimkhanlooei, Zanjan University of Medical Sciences, Iran, ID LLCE2018-340     Abstract: The foundation stone for language learning is being able to communicate. While some learners continue to be more aware of the numerous effects of communication, a large number of...

The bases of postmodernism in Harold Pinter's play "The Homecoming".

Salome Davituliani, Georgia, ID LLCE2018-340b;                        Abstract: The modern world, in which we live, is regarded as the period of postmodernism. In this period it is...

The effect of applying somatic auditory visual intellectual (SAVI) method on students’ ability in writing procedure text (workshop)

Sahat Samosir, Taiwan, ID LLCE2018-339;     ABSTRACT: This study deals with the effect of applying somatic auditory visual intellectual (SAVI) method on students’ ability in writing procedure text. This study is inspired by the problem that students’ faced in learning procedure...

THE SPECIFICITY OF FORMING THE STUDENTS’ HYPERTEXT COMPETENCE IN THE MULTIMEDIA ENVIRONMENT OF THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE NETWORK SEGMENT

Helena Bourina & Larisa Dunaeva, Peoples Friendship University of Russia & Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia, ID LLCE2018-338;   Abstract: At present, there is a need to teach language university students a foreign language as a comprehensive means of communication,...

TEACHING INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION TO STUDENTS OF RUSSIAN UNIVERSITIES

Helena Bourina & Larisa Dunaeva, Peoples Friendship University of Russia in Moscow, Russia, ID LLCE2018-337;   Abstract: Russia is an active participant in the process of globalisation and integration of modern society. An important role in the process of expanding interaction between...