Accepted abstracts

Zoe Ferraris’s Detective Fiction: Investigating Saudi Women

Nesreen Al-Harby, King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia;    Abstract: This paper examines the effects of employing genre, detective fiction, on the representation of women in Saudi Arabia through a deep study of Zoe Ferraris’s trilogy: Finding Nouf (2008), City of Veils...

Using AI-powered tools in training non-native teachers of English

Silvia Pokrivčáková, University of Trnava, Slovakia;     Abstract: Artificial intelligence (AI) has been entering nearly all aspects of human lives. The paper introduces several AI-powered tools that are interesting for both linguists and language teachers. AI in connection with...

TRANSTEXTUAL REFERENCES AND THEIR ROLE IN MIDDLEMARCHBY GEORGE ELIOT

Agata Buda, University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Poland;     Abstract: Although the novel Middlemarch is the example of a traditional, nineteenth-century English novel with its third-person narration and popular subjects (gender roles, realism of a Victorian world...

The Teacher`s Educational Style as an Important Factor of Interaction and Discourse in ELT (plenary)

Petr Dvořák & Lucie Betáková, University of South Bohemia, the Czech Republic;          Abstract: The teacher’s professional skills, mainly his/her social-psychological skills, play a crucial role in the classroom environment where foreign language...

The role of the addressee in the jury trial discourse

Olga Krapivkina, Irkutsk National Research Technical University, Russia;     Abstract: The role of the addressee as a factor determining discourse of legal professionals is analyzed. The important role of this communicative factor makes it necessary to account for the effect of...

Teaching the Suprasegmental Features to the EFL Learners

dr. Hana Vancova, Trnava University in Trnava, Slovakia;          Abstract: The previous research on suprasegmental features has shown, that stress, intonation and the overall rhythmicity of speech have an impact on the overall comprehensibility of...

Teaching systems in the teaching of literature

Prof. Jakov Sablić, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia;       Abstract: This paper shows a theoretical review of all teaching systems with its characteristics in the teaching process. Firstly, the teaching systems are conceptually determined together...

Teaching Receptive Skills and the Elements of Culture through Online Sources to Primary School Learners of English

Karolina Ditrych,  Uniwersytet Technologiczno – Humanistyczny in Radom, Poland;      Abstract: The article begins with a brief description of the characteristic features of primary school learners, who are divided into a group of lower primary learners (1st-3rd grade)...

Teaching History Through Italian: Human Geography Realia as Cognitive and Pedagogical Tools in Monolingual Undergraduate CLIL Classes

Moreno Bonda, Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas, Lithuania;      Abstract: This paper discusses cognitive aspects of language and culture education. It tests a number of precepts on which the CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) teaching approach is based....

Teacher Beliefs and their Manifestation in Teaching from the Perspective of Pre-service Teacher Trainees

Zuzana Lukáčová, University of Prešov, Slovakia;      Abstract: Teacher beliefs play an important role in addressing the issue of teacher training. Teaching philosophy has long been a question of great interest in a wide range of fields in teacher education. There is a...