2nd RICELT Biannual Conference: Conference Archives

Working together towards an informed Chilean ELT classroom
  
Our 2nd RICELT Biannual Conference is now over, yet research dissemination does not stop here. Please (re)visit some of the oral/poster presentations here.

If you'd like to contact one of the speakers, please check the conference abstract booklet for their contact details.

If you attended our event, and have not completed the evaluation yet, please take five minutes to complete our evaluation survey here

Thanks to USACH, British Council, American Embassy, English Opens Doors programme and Luna Cornata Producciones


SESSION 1
AUDITORIUM
Teacher Education Pre-service
ROOM 312
Teacher education In-service
Methodology
ROOM 313
Methodology and Motivation
ROOM 314
Language Development
ROOM 315
Socio-cultural Issues and Equity, Professional Development
ROOM 316
Policy and Implementation,
Curriculum

How is English Teaching Organised in English Teacher Training Programmes?

María Antonieta Hidalgo Ferrer





Assessing speaking in a 2nd grade primary school

Vilma Rivera Segovia


Bilingualism: Online discourse analysis texts


Valeria Sumonte, Andrea Fuentealba



SESSION 2
AUDITORIUM
ROOM 312
ROOM 313
ROOM 314
ROOM 315
ROOM 316






Error correction, Uptake, Elicitation, L2 development

Belén Nahuel Hernández,  Valentina Madariaga Salinas


Perceptions of Code-switching in English Language classrooms

Nicolle Vanessa Suazo Albornoz






                                                                                                                     SESSION 3
Language English Teacher Education in Chile: Where are we? And where are we heading?

Chilean Teacher Educators panel
led by Annjeannette Martin & Malba Barahona

Danisa Salinas: “EFL Teacher Identity (re)Contruction in Reform Educational Contexts” 

 José Poblete, Nicholas Gunn, Ximena González: "The Perception of Accent in Non-Native Speakers of English: A Case of identity.” 

Antonieta Hidalgo: "English Language Teacher Education in Chile: Where are we? Where are we heading?"



Teachers’ feedback to  students dissertations in English and Spanish

Roxanna Correa Pérez





Diary-writing and oral production in 11th graders

Mauricio Véliz Campos & Karla Pino

EFL Oral Skills Development in Young Learners through TPR and TBLL

Natalia Pereira Esquivel,  Camila Prieto   González, Luis Vera Vera

Intercultural communicative competence and EFL materials for Chilean English education

Claudia García Meza
Classroom management to enhance learning

Natalia Cárcamo Alvarez



Factors that promote the use of L1 in EFL classrooms

Andres Espíndola, Paulina Sepúlveda



Towards an ESP teaching approach (English for Tourism Services case)

Roberto Delgado Hernández
Use of "plickers" as a friendly evaluation instrument

Rocío Muñoz Carmona
SESSION 4
AUDITORIUM
ROOM 312
ROOM 313
ROOM 314
ROOM 315
ROOM 316




Research into L1-L2 intonation interference in   English pedagogy students

Patricio Bórquez Silva


Written lexical errors in future English teachers’ interlanguage

Olga Ulloa Sepúlveda, Marisol Amigo Ritz

ELT at the primary level in Chilean public schools:   how effective has it been addressing social justice?

Maria-Jesus Inostroza A., Malba Barahona, Yasna Yilorm


Effects of Service Learning in English Pedagogy Undergraduate Chilean Students

Tamara Cortés Seitz


The challenge of English primary teacher training in Chile

Marisol Besa



The writing portfolio: a tool to improve writing and reflection

Pamela Saavedra Jeldres, Mónica Campos Espinoza


Teaching English to students with special educational needs

Nicolas Perez Torrico

Are teachers helping students develop listening comprehension with Global English?

Benjamín Cárcamo
COFFEE BREAK / POSTER SESSION
SESSION 5
AUDITORIUM
ROOM 312
ROOM 313
ROOM 314
ROOM 315
ROOM 316

English language teacher education in Chile: the case of materials development

Luis Carabantes

Integrated assessment: The introduction of English oral assessment rubrics for a university CLIL course
Erika de la Barra, Lorena Maluenda, Sylvia Veloso

English Teaching Based on ICT to Increase Motivation and Performance in a Public School

Ismael Araya Chacón


Improving the accurate use of the –s morpheme among primary learners

Belén Carolina Muñoz Muñoz


Developing EFL children’s personality in socially vulnerable contexts

   Yasna Yilorm Barrientos



Poster presentations
Presenter
Affiliation
Title
1
Carolina Loncón
San Adrian School/ UMCE
How to Give Effective Instructions in ESL students
2
Pamela Ulloa, Pedro Yañez, Alexia Guerra
Universidad Austral de Chile
3
Erika Díaz Suazo, Isabel Vasquez Vicencio
UPLA
Reflective thinking strategies, a new skill in English pedagogy curriculum
4
Mara Quintana
CSFA
5
Paola Lisperguer Duarte
UCBC - USACH
6
Christian Morales
ISM
7
Angelo Cuevas D., Eduardo Figueroa H.
Universidad de Concepción
Factors affecting the perception of English vowels in advanced learners
8
Yasna Pereira Reyes, Marcela Cabrera Abarza
Universidad de Concepción
Do teachers experience L2 speech perception attrition after university?
9
Gabriel Morales
Universidad de O'Higgins


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