List of Accepted Abstracts by Categories

List of Accepted Abstracts

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NoMain AuthorSecond AuthorThird AuthorForth AuthorFifth AuthorTitle
1A A Ngurah Yudha Martin MahardikaLulu Laela AmaliaTARGET NEEDS ANALYSIS FOR ENGLISH FOR FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICE COURSE
2A. A. Ngurah MarhaeniEFL TEACHER ASSESSMENT LITERACY: EFL AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT PRACTICE REVISITED
3A.A. Gede Yudha ParamarthaINVESTIGATING DIFFERENTIAL ITEM FUNCTION BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE STUDENTS: AN EFFORT TO PURSUE GENDER-NEUTRAL CRITICAL READING TEST
4Abid“I’M TOO BUSY!”: AN INDONESIAN ENGLISH LECTURER’S PEDAGOGICAL CONCERNS AND IMPLICATIONS
5Abidin PammuSukmawaty MumuEXTENSIVE READING INTERVENTION TO PROMOTE EFL TERTIARY LEARNERS' TEXT COMPREHENSION ABILITY: A CASE STUDY AT ENGLISH DEPARTMENT HASANUDDIN UNIVERSITY MAKASSAR,INDONESIA
6Achmad FananiRosi AnjarwatiSYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR ANALYSIS ON DONALD TRUMP’S SPEECH OF JERUSSALEM
7Adam AnshoriTHE PROBLEMS IN TEACHING TRANSLATION: A CASE STUDY
8Ade ChandraAN EXPLANATORY STUDY ON THE USE OF VERBAL-HUMOR TO ATTRACT STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION
9Adelce Sisilia FerdinandusENGLISH TEACHERS’ RECOUNT ON PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: MAPPING THE REALITY
10Adnan ZaidSri SarjiyatiCOPING WITH LEARNING TO SPEAK ENGLISH AMONG SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
11Adolfina KrisifuENGLISH TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION ON 2013 CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION: A CASE OF SMP NEGERI 1 PADAIDO, BIAK REGENCY OF PAPUA PROVINCE
12AdrefizaDwi Mulyani AsraENGLISH TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS TOWARDS NATIONAL EXAMINATION (UN): A NEED TO REDESIGN THE NATIONALLY STANDARDIZED TEST
13Adriani JihadA. MushrihahENRICHING THE ENGLISH STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY USING NARRATIVE STORYTELLING WITH GUIDED QUESTIONS
14Adzanil Prima SeptyDEVELOPING LOCAL WISDOM CONTENT AS IDEAL ELT MATERIALS FOR INDONESIA IN GLOBALIZATION ERA
15Afifah MuharikahTHE EFFECT OF VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ON THE L2 READING RATE OF A STRUGGLING L2 READER: A CASE STUDY
16Afita Dewi PrastiwiDEVELOPING TRADITIONAL GAMES FOR TEACHING SPEAKING
17Ahmad AffandiDESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF EFL TEXTBOOK AIMED AT DEAF AND HARD HEARING (DHH) STUDENTS AT THE SECONDARY LEVEL OF EDUCATION
18Ahmad Ali SahiouniASSESSING GRAMMAR THROUGH READING COMPREHENSION FOR ARABIC & NON-ARABIC NATIVE SPEAKERS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KUWAIT
19Ahmad Idris AsmaradhaniUSING ANIMATED TRAPEZIUM TO TEACH THE ENGLISH DIPHTHONGS
20Ahmad RayhanIMPROVING STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL BY USING THREE-STEPS INTERVIEW METHOD AT THE EIGHT GRADE OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PGRI 2 JAMBI
21Ahmad Robetu SasmikoCOLLABORATIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING IN TEACHING PERSONAL PRONOUN AT THE FIRST YEAR STUDENTS OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN PAKKALOLO
22Ahmad RossydiBellyndra PudjaIMPLEMENTING OF TEAM TEACHING IN PLAIN LANGUAGE LEARNING FOR AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL STUDENTS OF CASEA MAKASSAR
23Ahmad ZamzamTHE DEVELOPMENT OF SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR MEASURING ENGLISH PROFICIENCY IN THE 2013 CURRICULUM PERSPECTIVES
24Aidil Syah PutraTEACHERS’ PROBLEM IN IMPLEMENTING AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT OF 2013 CURRICULUM IN TEACHING ENGLISH AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
25Ainun JaariahInsani NurchintyawatiAzmy YulistianingTEACHERS' MOTIVATIONAL STRATEGIES IN EFL CLASSROOM
26Al Ikhwan Fadqur rohqimHOW TO WAKE UP THE SLEEPING GIANT? ADAPTING LEARNING AUTONOMY IN READING ACTIVITIES FOR MORE SELF DIRECTED ESP LEARNERS
27AlberthSOCIAL MEDIA AS A CONDUIT FOR SUSTAINABLE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH TEACHERS: MYTHS, PROMISES OR REALITIES?
28Alfrits R. SinadiaKumaidiCOMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK OF REFERENCE FOR LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION ON ENGLISH SUBJECTS OF COLLEGE STUDENTS
29Ali RosyidiPORTRAYING PRE-SERVICE ENGLISH TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS ON INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN INDONESIA
30Ali SaukahAnik WulyaniUNDERSTANDING ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS AND LECTURERS’ VIEWS OF RESEARCH: LESSONS FROM INDONESIA
31Al-MuthmainnahAPPLYING INDUCTIVE METHOD TO IMPROVE THE ABILITY IN USING SUFFIX -ING OF GRADE XI STUDENTS AT MAN 1 PALU
32Amanda Kenshi NurfitriDEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING MODULES IN OVERCOMING OBSTACLES IN LEARNING ENGLISH FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENT
33Amrin SaragihAnggraini Thesisia SaragihRahmad HuseinMETHAPHORICAL THINKING AS A RESOURCE FOR IDEA ENGINEERING ENHANCEMENT
34Anderson HidartoChindy ChristineSHAPING PRE-SERVICE ENGLISH TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION OF THEIR PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY THROUGH TEACHERS’ CAMP: A POST-CAMP INVESTIGATION
35Andi Asri JumiatyTHE CORRELATION BETWEEN SELF-AWARENESS AND STUDENTS’ LEARNING STYLE
36Andi AsrifanHasanMustakimYan ChenCONDUCTING MARKET CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES TO IMPROVE STUDENTS` SPEAKING ABILITY AND INTERACTION: AN EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH IN INDONESIA
37Andi Elsa Fadhilah SaktiSukardi WedaSPEECH COMMUNITIES EMPLOYED BY MOTORCYCLE COMMUNITIES IN MAKASSAR, INDONESIA: A SOCIOLINGUISTIC SURVEY
38Andi Hamzah FansuryRestu JanuartyBRAIN WRITING LEARNING MODEL USING EPISODIC MEMORY IN LEARNING ENGLISH TO INCREASE STUDENTS ABILITY IN WRITING NARRATIVE TEXT
39Andi HudriatiRusdiyahEXPLORING INDONESIAN MUSLIM UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON MENDELEY REFERENCE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE (MRMS) IN ACADEMIC WRITING
40Andi Miftahul Maulidil MursyidINTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ CHALLENGES; UNDERSTANDING THE LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION IN THE CLASSROOM AND MINGLING WITH THE LOCAL CULTURE
41Andi Mukarramah NagaulengAhmad Mustamir WarisSaidna Zulfiqar Bin-TahirPSYCHOPEDAGOGICAL ASPECTS OF EFL LEARNERS’ PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY AT IAIN OF MANADO
42Andi NurhikmahAlfrida Dwi PutriGENRE KNOWLEDGE AND LEARNING ENGLISH PARAGRAPH WRITING: A STUDY IN BULUKUMBA
43Andi NurwatiTOWARD ENGLISH COMMUNICATIVE AND CULTURAL COMPETENCE FOR HIGH SCHOOL IN INDONESIA: AN ALTERNATIVE MODEL
44Andi Qashas RahmanMuhammad BasriMULTICULTURAL EDUCATION BASED INSTRUCTION FOR MENTAL REVOLUTION IN INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION CLASSROOM
45Andi SadapottoAndi AsrifanNur Qhadri NatsirTHE APPLICATION OF CLUSTERING TECHNIQUE IN WRITING ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION TEXT
46Andi Tenrisanna SyamDewi FurwanaA COMPARISON BETWEEN THE USE OF MISTAKE BUSTER TECHNIQUE AND ONLINE GRAMMAR INSTRUCTION IN TEACHING GRAMMAR
47Andri Puspita SariISSUES TO BE RESOLVED: THEORY, PRACTICE, AND POLICY IN ELT
48Andriyani MarentekA STUDENT-TEACHER PERCEPTION ON TEACHING ENGLISH AS A LINGUA FRANCA: AN ACTION RESEARCH
49Ani YaniTHE EFFECTS OF CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK ON INDONESIANS’ SPEECH PERCEPTION OF /Æ/ AND /E/
50Anik WulyaniBLOGGING AMONG ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS AS A FORM OF PERSONAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
51Anis SundusiyahRECONSTRUCTING POLICY DISCOURSES OF ENGLISH-MEDIATED INSTRUCTION IN INDONESIA’S INTERNATIONALIZED SCHOOLS
52Anna Riana Suryanti TambunanWillem SaragihADVERSITIES AND CHALLENGES ON LISTENING AND SPEAKING LEARNING OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDENTS
53Anni Holila PulunganASSESSMENT TASKS FOR ENGLISH CLASSROOM BASED ON REVISED BLOOM’S TAXONOMY
54Annisa RufaidahDEMOTIVATING FACTORS INFLUENCING ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDENTS TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN ONE OF PUBLIC UNIVERSITY IN JAMBI
55Antonius Setyawan Sugeng Nur AgungA TEACHER’S LIVED EXPERIENCE OF TEACHING VOCABULARY TO THE HEARING-IMPAIRED STUDENTS
56Anugerah Febrian SyamAUDIOVISUAL METHOD: IMPACT OF SUBTITLED AND NON-SUBTITLED FILMS ON LISTENING COMPREHENSION
57Ari PurnawanTEACHING THE WRITING SECTION OF THE IELTS TEST: CHALLENGES, EFFORTS, AND RESULTS
58Aries UtomoPuardmi DamayantiTHE STRATEGY OF ACCOMPLISHING TOEFL BY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
59Arif Suryo PriyatmojoRudi HartonoGaluh Kirana Dwi AreniONLINE RADIO: WHAT, HOW AND WHY?
60ArifinHariyantoMuhammad Basri JafarAnsharMULTICULTURAL APPROACH IN DEVELOPING INSTRUCTIONAL LEARNING MATERIAL AT INDONESIAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
61Aryana Nurul QarimahTHE RELEVANCE OF GOTHIC CONCEPT TOWARD A POEM “WHEN WE TWO PARTED” BY GEORGE GORDON BYRON
62Aschawir AliTHE MEASUREMENT OF EFL STUDENTS’ ENGLISH NARRATIVE WRITING DEVELOPMENT WITH A WINSTEP-RASCH MODEL ANALYSIS
63Asih RosnaningsihTHE IMPLEMENTATION OF APPRENTICESHIP I FOR PRIMARY TEACHER STUDENTS (A CASE STUDY AT SDN III JELUPANG TANGERANG)
64Asih SantihastutiEka WahjuningsihSTUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS ON READING WHILE LISTENING TASKS IN EXTENSIVE LISTENING CLASS
65Asri PurnamasariAN EXPLORATION OF MENTORING SCHEME FOR IN-SERVICE EFL TEACHERS AS A MEANS OF CPD IN INDONESIA
66AsriantiTHE QUALITY OF ENGLISH-INDONESIAN TRANSLATION IN INDONESIAN UNIVERSITY EFL CLASSROOM
67AsroriEXPOSING STUDENTS ON SPEAKING ACTIVITY THROUGH ENGLISH SPEAKING COMMUNITY (ESC) TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING SKILL
68Assefa ChekolFAMILIARITY AND PREVALENCE OF COOPERATIVE WRITING IN PREPARATORY HIGH SCHOOL
69Astri HapsariSinta PramitaAN ANALYSIS ON STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION TO DESIGN TERTIARY CLIL-BASED ENGLISH COURSEWORK
70AswirIswanQUALITY TEACHER: PREPARING GLOBAL TEACHER THROUGH APPRENTICE PROGRAM
71Atalya AgustinREFLECTIVE JOURNAL AS A SELF-DIRECTED AND SUSTAINABLE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TOOL FOR PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS
72Awaluddin SyamsuHadijahMEASURING THE INFLUENCE OF SHORT TEACHING PROGRAM TO THE STUDENTS' SENSE OF SELF-EFFICACY
73Awey MulyanaTHE INFLUENCE OF MIND MAPPING TECHNIQUE TOWARD STUDENTS’ DESCRIPTIVE WRITING AT THE ELEVENTH GRADE OF SMKS 17 KOTA SERANG
74Ayu LestariSofendiIsmail PetrusTHE CORRELATIONS AMONG UNDERGRADUATE EFL STUDENTS’ READING HABIT, MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES, AND WRITING MASTERY
75Azmy Yulistianing AridhaTHE USE OF ANIMATION VIDEO IN IMPROVING VOCABULARY OF THE SECOND GRADE STUDENT OF SMP NEGERI 6 WATAMPONE
76BadaruddinMuhammad BasriIka Yanti ZiskaNurdin NoniBaso JabuICTS IN BLENDED LEARNING MODEL FOR ELT
77Bambang Widi PratoloTEACHERS’ BELIEFS ABOUT GRADING DECISION MAKING IN INDONESIAN HIGHER EDUCATION
78Bayu Hendro WicaksonoEFL CLASSROOM TEACHER'S TALK AT INDONESIAN TERTIARY LEVEL
79Besse DarmawatiLITERATURE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING
80Bethany V. MagnoREADING COMPREHENSION OF THE STUDENTS: THE USE OF WEB-BASED TEXT AND PAPER-BASED TEXT
81Billy Melvin SakulMichael HandraSTUDENTS LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES USE AND THEIR MOTIVATION IN LEARNING ENGLISH
82Budiasa I GedeTEACHING OF INTER-DENTAL FRICATIVE SPEECH SOUNDS /T/ AND /D/ TO UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
83Caecilia Tutyandari“WHAT HAS DRIVEN YOU TO COME HERE?”: AN INTERVIEW WITH ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRESERVICE TEACHERS
84Cahya KomaraWidi SriyantoSTUDENTS’ PERCEPTION IN WRITING NARRATIVE ESSAY: AN ANALYSIS OF SCHEMATIC STRUCTURE AND LEXICOGRAMATICAL FEATURES
85Caroline Val MadinSuyansah SwantoINQUIRY APPROACH TO FACILITATE REFLECTION IN ACTION RESEARCH FOR ESL PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS
86Chairil Anwar KorompotMuhammad Basri WelloINTERPRETING CEFR’S A1-A2 LEVEL DESCRIPTORS TO DEVELOP SPEAKING MATERIALS FOR UNDERGRADUATE ELT FRESHMEN
87Chang Yee SheeTHE COACHING TRUTHS AND MYTHS : DOES COACHING SUPPORT TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT?
88Chris AsantiTHE PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY FORMATION OF INDONESIAN WOMAN TEACHERS: INSIGHTS INTO THEIR PERSPECTIVES
89Christian Albert LewierINVESTIGATING FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO SUCCESS OF TRAINEES REACHING HIGHER IELTS SCORE IN ELTA MMU PROGRAM 2017
90Christina Eli IndriyaniAni YaniUSING MEMRISE TO PROMOTE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE: A CASE STUDY
91Chuzaimah Dahlan DiemSilvina Anna MarissahREADING LITERACY ASSESSMENT: SHOULD ESP TEACHERS BE INVOLVED IN ITS DEVELOPMENT?
92Clay WilliamsLEXICAL ACCESS AND SEMANTIC PROCESSING BY JAPANESE ENGLISH LEARNERS
93Daisy Rizqi PutriKurniawati Nur FadhilahTEACHERS' PERCEPTION ON THEIR SELF-CONPETENCE AND ITS IMPACTS ON INTRA-RATER RELIABILITY IN ASSESSING SPEAKING FOR INDONESIAN LEARNERS
94Damar Isti PratiwiIMPLEMENTING ICT IN FORMS OF KAHOOT AND SOCRATIVE TO TEACH VOCABULARY
95Dang Arif HartonoINVESTIGATING THE EFFECT OF INTENSIVE PREPARATION COURSE ON TEST TAKERS’ PERFORMANCE ON IELTS LISTENING AND READING SECTIONS
96Dani HascaryoTHE EFFECTS ON INSTRUCTION TYPE ON VOCABULARY LEARNING
97Daniel GintingTHE SUCCESS AND CHALLENGE OF THE INDONESIAN MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE (IMOOC)
98Dedi SanjayaSumarsihMasitowarni SiregarFLIPPED LEARNING (FL) APPROACH: TEACHING ACADEMIC WRITING SKILL TO TERTIARY EFL LEARNERS
99Dedi TurmudiINVESTIGATING THE INDONESIAN EFL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY
100Delita SartikaHidayatiTEACHING TRANSLATION FROM ENTREPRENEURIAL PERSPECTIVE: SOME THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS
101Delti YulitaPROFILES OF LEARNERS’ STRATEGIES AND DEGREE OF AUTONOMY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING
102Deny Efita Nur RakhmawatiINTERCULTURAL LEARNING IN EFL CLASSROOM
103Desi Tri CahyaningatiLies Amin LestariCAN THE USE OF MULTIMODAL TEXT IN EXTENSIVE READING ENHANCE ESP STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION?
104Desy RusmawatyRECASTING FEEDBACK ON THE GRAMMAR ACHIEVEMENT OF THE SECOND YEAR STUDENTS OF ENGLISH DEPARTMENT MULAWARMAN UNIVERSITY
105Devi HellystiaA WEB-BASED BLENDED LEARNING FOR EFL LISTENING MASTERY AT A UNIVERSITY LEVEL IN INDONESIA
106Dewi AtikahAnita RezkiMuhammad Kurniawan RachmanA STUDENT’S REFLECTION: PEER FEEDBACK IN EFL WRITING
107Dewi KurniawatiENHANCING AUTOMOTIVE ESP COMPREHENSION THROUGH INTEGRATED ENGISH MODUL
108Diah Ikawati AyuningtiasOikurema PurwatiTHE LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF HATE SPEECH IN YOUTUBE COMMENTS
109Dian Asa UtariDEVELOPING STUDENT-GENERATED RUBRIC TO ASSESS DIGITAL MULTIMODAL COMPOSITIONS.
110Dian RianitaZaitunSayyid Sandi SukandiINVESTIGATING PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ READINESS AND STRATEGIES IN ENGAGING TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE ELT PROCESS
111Dian Sartin TiweryINSIDE OUTSIDE CIRCLE AS ANOTHER WAY IN BUILDING STUDENTS' MOTIVATION AND INTERACTION INI SPEAKING CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES
112Didi SukyadiBudi HermawanMULTIMODAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF INDONESIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS AND PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHER EDUCATION IN ELF
113Didik Rinan SumektoANALYZING SOPHOMORE’S INTERMEDIATE DESCRIPTIVE WRITING USING ANALYTIC SCORING SYSTEM
114Dillan Kibar DzikrikaIsmalianing EviyuliwatiBahrul HasibuanTHE EFFECTIVENESS OF MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS IN TEACHING VOCABULARY
115Dio PermanaRita InderawatiMachdalena ViantyPORTRAYING CHARACTER EDUCATION IN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS OF 2013 CURRICULUM
116Diyah Nur HidayatiANALYZING GENDER BIAS IN AN INDONESIAN EFL TEXTBOOK: A CONTENT ANALYSIS
117Dwi HaryantiMuamarohMakna SinatriaINDONESIAN INTO ENGLISH TRANSLATION SHIFT IN MARYAM NOVEL AS THE EXAMPLES OF TEACHING TRANSLATION
118Dwi Yulianto NugrohoCLASSROOM ACTION RESEARCH: WHY DON’T TEACHERS ENGAGE IN IT AGAIN?
119Dwi Yulianto NugrohoTEACHERS’ BELIEFS AND STUDENTS’ PREFERENCE ABOUT GRAMMAR TEACHING
120Dyah S. CiptaningrumLEARNING TO USE ICT IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSROOM: YOGYAKARTA ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS’ STORIES
121Dyah SunggingwatiCONCEPT MAPPING IN READING SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES: EXPERIENCES AND CHALLENGES OF EFL LEARNERS
122Edwin AdnanMar'atun MardhiyahHardiantiTHE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING PICTURE WORD INDUCTIVE MODEL TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ WRITING SKILL AT THE THIRD GRADE OF MA. MADANI ALAUDDIN PAO-PAO KAB. GOWA
123Effendi LimbongENGLISH STUDENT TEACHERS-GENEREATED VISUALIZATION OF ENGLISH CONTENT WITH MULTIMEDIA OF PACIFIC MODEL THROUGHOUT TPACK
124Egi FajriyandiMuhammad Handi GunawanINVESTIGATING PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ STRATEGIES IN LEARNING EFL AND CLASSROOM PRACTICES (A CASE STUDY AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL)
125Ekaning Dewanti LaksmiEXPLORING TEACHERS’ PERSONAL PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE ABOUT TEACHING EFL WRITING
126Elanneri KaraniACCEPTANCE AND READINESS IN USING WEB-COMMUNITY FOR DEVELOPING CPD AMONG INDONESIAN EFL TEACHERS OF REMOTE AREAS
127Elfin Na'imatul KhafidhohDewi RochsantiningsihHersulastutiDEVELOPING A TASK-BASED MODULE OF ENGLISH FOR NURSING
128Elizabeth Meiske Maythy LasutSCHOOL RELATED FACTORS AND STUDENT’S READING COMPREHENSION
129Ella WulandariTEACHER'S TECHNOLOGICAL PEDAGOGICAL CONTENT KNOWLEDGE IN DEVELOPING LEARNING MATERIALS
130Elsa MasrianiMukhaiyarDelvi WahyuniWRITING ANXIETY AND STRATEGIES OF ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDENTS OF UNP
131Elviza Yeni PutriCOMMUNICATION STRATEGIES USED BY ENGLISH TEACHERS IN EFL CLASSROOM AT SMAN 1 AND SMA PERTIWI 1 PADANG
132Ely Hayati NasutionRoswita SilalahiASSESSING TEACHING STRATEGIES IN IMPROVING INTERACTIVE ENGLISH CLASS: A CASE STUDY OF NON-ENGLISH TEACHERS AT PRESCHOOL
133Ely Heldydiana SelamatFatmawatiMICRO-TEACHING AND STUDENTS' PERSPECTIVES
134Emma Rosana FebriyantiINVESTIGATING ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS ABOUT A GOOD ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER
135Endah Nur TjendaniINVESTIGATING EFL TEXTBOOK FROM AN ECOLINGUISTICS PERSPECTIVE: WHOSE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE ARE REPRESENT?
136Enis FitrianiTrisnian IfiantiTHE EFFECTS OF EMOTIONAL QUOTIENT AND COMMUNICATION SKILL TO ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF ENGLISH EDUCATION STUDENTS AT IKIP BUDI UTOMO, MALANG
137Enni AkhmadYuwin SalehSECOND LANGUAGE SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION ON CHILD 3,7 YEARS OLD
138Enny IrawatiFOSTERING AUTONOMY IN ARGUMENTATIVE WRITING CLASS
139Epi WadisonGENRE-BASED APPROACH MODEL TO IMPROVE THE INTRODUCTIONS SECTION QUALITY OF RESEARCH ARTICLES WRITTEN BY SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES ACADEMICS IN BENGKULU
140Ernita SiallaganTHE EFFECTS OF TEACHING METHODS AND SOCIAL INTERACTION ON EXPOSITORY WRITING ACHIEVEMENT
141Erwin PohanFitri Astuti RusbandiriEki RemonEXPLORING EFL TEACHERS' COGNITION, BELIEFS, AND PRACTICE OF PEDAGOGICAL TASK IN BINTAN REGENCY
142Erwin Rahayu SaputraLANGUAGE ASSESSMENT AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: WHAT TEACHERS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ASSESSMENT?
143Esraa AlhuwaydiHelen BorlandTHE INFLUENCE OF OFFSHORE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS ON SAUDI EFL TEACHERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION
144Esy Sartiah SSerliah NurSardian Maharani AsnurPERCEPTUAL LEARNING STYLE IN ENGLISH AT TRI DHARMA NUSANTARA MAKASSAR ECONOMIC SCIENCE COLLEGE
145Ewika Dwi ArdianiA STUDY OF ENGLISH TEACHERS' EXPERIENCE IN ENHANCING COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE FOR STUDENT IN HOSPITALITY DEPARTMENT
146Fadlun VelayatiGESTURES IN TEACHING EFL
147Faisal RahmanTHE EFFECT OF LOCAL CULTURE-BASED MATERIAL TO IMPROVE READING ABILITY OF 8TH GRADE STUDENTS AT STATE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 9 YOGYAKARTA
148Faizal MansyurBaso JabuAmirullah AbduhCOMPARISON BETWEEN COMPUTER-BASED AND PAPER-BASED TESTS: COMPARING STUDENTS’ ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUBJECT SCORES IN INDONESIAN NATIONAL EXAMINATION IN TWO DIFFERENT MEDIA
149Fajar AkbarAN ANALYSIS THE USE OF CODE MIXING ON ENGLISH-INDONESIAN AT THE THIRD SEMESTER STUDENTS OF INDONESIAN RELIGIOUS UNIVERSITY (SOCIOLINGUISTIC STUDY)
150Fajria FatmasariSCEPTICAL OF ENGLISH ACHIEVEMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION
151Farida SamadIMPROVING STUDENTS’ SKILL IN WRITING DESCRIPTIVE TEXT THROUGH EXPLICIT INSTRUCTION (EI) MODEL AT THE SECOND YEARS STUDENTS’ OF SMP MUHAMMADIYAH TERNATE
152Faridah Abdul RaufKalsumTEACHING INTEGRATED COMMUNICATIVE ACTIVITIES TO EMPOWER STUDENTS' AFFECTIVE FACTORS
153Fatchul Mu'inTEACHING LANGUAGE SKILLS THROUGH LITERATURE
154Fatimah Hidayahni AminWaode Surya DarmadaliQUESTIONS FOR STUDENTS’ ENGLISH IMPROVEMENT
155FatmawatiCORRECTIVE FEEDBACK:TEACHER’S REFLECTIVE THINKING
156FauziaOPTIMIZING SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER'S PERFORMANCES BY USING CLASSROOM ACTION RESEARCH (CAR)
157Febriansyah HingkeIkrarLECTURERS’ PERCEPTION ON INTERNATIONAL CLASS PROGRAM (ICP) TOWARD STUDENTS’ ENGLISH ACHIEVEMENTS : VOICES OF BILINGUAL LECTURES
158Febronia LasiImanuel KamlasiMETHODOLOGICAL STRATEGIES IN LITERAL LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS OF THE SECOND YEAR OF EFL LEARNERS AT ESP UNIMOR
159Fenty Lidya SiregarTEACHERS’ PERCEPTION ABOUT GENDER EQUALITY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
160Ferawaty SyamTURN-TAKING ANALYSIS IN EFL RESEARCH SEMINAR INTERACTION AT GRADUATE PROGRAM OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF MAKASSAR
161Festif Rudolf HoinbalaINVESTIGATING EFL SPEAKING ASSESSMENT IN INDONESIA: ISSUES OF INTER-RATERS AND INTRA-RATERS RELIABILITY
162Fibriani Endah WidyasariPROVOKING CRITICAL READING AND LOGICAL MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCE THROUGH CLOSE READING
163Fidaniar TiarsiwiMartriwatiUSING GOOGLE VOICE SEARCH AS SELF-EVALUATION IN INCREASING THE STUDENTS’ PRONUNCIATION
164Fika MegawatiYuli AstutikSultoniTEACHING ENGLISH FOR THE FIRST TIME: FRIGHTENING OR CHALLENGING?
165Fikri Asih WigatiWRITING BLOG AND IT’S EFFECTS ON REDUCING STUDENTS’ PSYCHOLOGICAL THREATS IN WRITING A DISCUSSION TEXT
166Firdaus HabibiTHE IMPLEMENTATION OF “ONE WEEK ONE BOOK” PROGRAM IN ENHANCING STUDENTS' READING ABILITY AT SANGGAR BACA JENDELA DUNIA
167Fitria KameliaPORTRAYING GESTURE AS A NONVERBAL MODE USED IN EFL TEACHING: A MULTIMODAL ANALYSIS
168Fitria RahmawatiTEACHING IN A BLENDED CLASSROOM: HOW DO TEACHERS ENCOUNTER IT?
169FitriahTHE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHERS’ CREATIVITY DEVELOPMENT IN ENGLISH TEACHING PRACTICES
170FitriyaniSukardi WedaMuh. HasbiWHY CROSS CULTURAL COMMUNICATION?
171Florentina Dian Ardi WulandariMOODLE: EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL USE OF LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN ELT
172Frances SinanuTO USE OR NOT TO USE: LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LMS) IN LANGUAGE CLASSROOMS
173Fransisca Endang LestariningsihINDONESIAN ESP (ENGLISH OR SPECIFIC PURPOSES)TEACHERS’ NEEDS
174Fuad HasyimTHE INFLUENCE OF DIGITAL LITERACY ON STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENT-LEARNING IN ENGLISH STUDY
175Fuad HasyimTHE INFLUENCE OF DIGITAL LITERACY ON STUDENTS’ INDEPENDENT LANGUAGE LEARNING
176Gabrielle LuoniGIVING EXPLICIT FEEDBACK - THE MORE, THE BETTER
177Galuh Kirana Dwi AreniArif Suryo PriyatmojoGirindra Putri Dewi SaraswatiREALIZATION OF INTERPERSONAL MEANINGS ON STUDENTS' CHATTING
178Galuh Nur RohmahNARRATIVE INQUIRY AS A SPACE FOR TEACHERS' VOICES: A REFLECTION
179Gede GinayaI Nyoman Rajin AryanaNi Putu SomawatiTHE IMPLEMENTATION OF GUIDED DISCOVERY-LEARNING STRATEGY AT PNB: AN INNOVATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING TO IMPROVE STUDENTS' SPEAKING ABILITY
180GendroyonoSUSTAINING TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH SIT-IN PEER REVIEWS
181Girindra Putri Dewi SaraswatiGaluh Kirana Dwi AreniTHE RELATION OF TEACHERS’ BELIEFS AND THEIR CLASSROOM PRACTICES: A CASE STUDY OF NOVICE ENGLISH TEACHERS ATTENDED REMOTE RURAL AREA TEACHING PROGRAM
182Gita Mutiara HatiRudi AfriaziSELF ASSESSMENT: A BRIDGE TOWARD LEARNING AUTONOMY
183Golda Juliet TulungLANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGY PROFILES OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN NORTH SULAWESI
184Hady Sutris WInarlimAgnes Santi WidiatiSTUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVE ON THE GAMIFIED MATERIALS TO TEACH ENGLISH PHRASES AND CLAUSES
185Hafizhatu NadiaYansyahTHE EFFECT OF PUBLIC SPEAKING TRAINING ON STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ANXIETY AND SKILL
186Hanna SutejaEXTENSIVE AND INTENSIVE READING IN THE EAP CLASS
187Hanung TriyokoMuhamad HasbiATTRIBUTES FOR THE FUNDAMENTAL REQUIREMENTS OF A GOOD PRACTICE OF ONLINE COURSE: A REFLECTIVE STUDY ON THE 1ST INDONESIAN MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE (IMOOC)
188HardiantiMar'atun MardhiyahCOMMUNICATION STRATEGIES EMPLOYED BY THE CHILDREN AT INDONESIAN RELIGIOUS KINDERGARTEN
189HardiatinurTHE IMPACT OF USING POLLARD’S MORAL DILEMMAS ACTIVITY IN TEACHING ENGLISH SPEAKING TO YOUNG ADULTS
190Harni JusufENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING TEXTBOOK EVALUATION OF CURRICULUM 2013: TEACHERS' PERSPECTIVES
191Harumi Manik Ayu YaminCAMP SOAR: AN ALTERNATIVE ENGLISH TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM
192Haryanto AtmowardoyoBaso JabuMAKING USE OF STUDENTS’ EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING IN ASSESSING EFL TEACHERS’ PERFORMANCE
193Hasan ZainnuriTHE IMPACT OF INTEGRATING SCHOOLOGY TOWARDS STUDENTS' WRITING SKILL AND CRITICAL THINKING
194HasriadiTURN-TAKING IN THE CLASSROOM INTERACTION OF INDONESIAN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
195Hasriani GINTERVIEW AS A LEARNING TECHNIQUE ON SPEAKING SUBJECT: STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVE
196HastiniDESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL BASED ON CAI MODEL AT ECONOMICS FACULTY
197Helena M. RijolyBRIDGING CAMPUS AND CLASSROOM: GRADUATE TEACHERS' PERSPECTIVE TOWARDS PRE-SERVICE ENGLISH TEACHER EDUCATION OF FKIP-UNPATTI
198Hellien J. LoppiesDEVELOPING PRE-SERVICE ENGLISH TEACHERS’ METACOGNITIVE READING STRATEGIES THROUGH SEMINAR READING GROUP: LESSON FROM TEFL COURSE IN ENGLISH DEPARTMENT PATTIMURA UNIVERSITY
199Helti MaisyarahSuwarsih MadyaNEEDS ANALYSIS: DEVELOPING SUPPLEMENTARY READING MATERIALS FOR ACCOUNTING STUDENTS BASED ON INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE
200Hendrikus MaleA FOREIGN LANGUAGE ANXIETY AT UNIVERSITAS KRISTEN INDONESIA
201HengkiRatnaTHE EFFECT OF IMMERSION MODEL IN TEACHING INTERPERSONAL AND TRANSACTIONAL LANGUAGE FUNCTION OF SPEAKING
202Henny HerawatiCREATIVITY AND EFL CREATIVE WRITING: INDONESIAN TEACHERS' NEGOTIATION OF VIEWS AND PRACTICES
203Henny Putri Saking WijayaSTUDENTS’ REFLECTION IN MICRO-TEACHING CLASS
204Henny SoepriyantiUntung WaluyoBARRIERS TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE 2013 ENGLISH CURRICULUM IN HIGH SCHOOLS IN MATARAM CITY: MAPPING TEACHERS’ PROBLEMS, NEEDS, AND SUPPLEMENTARY LITERACY MATERIALS FOR THE 2013 ENGLISH CURRICULUM
205Herlin PutriHarumi Manik Ayu YaminENGLISH WITHOUT BORDERS: TEACHING ENGLISH IN DIFFICULT CIRCUMSTANCES
206Herlina UsmanNidya Chandra Muji UtamiDEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING MATERIALS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER EDUCATION BASED ON WHOLE LANGUAGE APPROACH
207HerlinawatiSri RachmajantiTHE EFFECTIVENESS OF LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT TRAINING PROGRAM FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS
208Herman ResyadiMuh Safar NurAN INVESTIGATION OF STUDENTS’ INTERACTION IN ENGLISH OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL AREA
209Hesti WijayaDyah Setyowati CiptaningrumRESOURCE-BASED LEARNING MATERIALS: A HOLISTIC EVALUATION OF A DEVELOPED ESP COURSEBOOK FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE STUDENTS
210Hidayah NorTHE NEW FACILITATORS’ STRATEGIES IN MANAGING ONLINE DISCUSSION OF THE SECOND IMOOC
211Hidayatul MaulidiyahDESIGNING CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING FOR VERY YOUNG LEARNERS
212HikmawatiDEVELOPING GREETING AND SELF INTRODUCING MATERIALS DEALING WITH 2013 CURRICULUM OF THE SEVENTH GRADE IN MTSN BALANG-BALANG
213Him'mawan Adi NugrohoEFL TEACHERS’ NEED OF LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: WHEN POLICY AND PRACTICE COLLIDE
214humairaIlhamRudi ArrahmanOPTIMALIZING YOU TUBE VIDEOS TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ TRANSLATION SKILL
215Husnul LuthfiahNur Muthmainnah HalimDian Fera PratiwiINTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES IN TEACHING SPEAKING IV SUBJECT TO ENGLISH EDUCATION PROGRAM STUDENTS OF UNM
216Hye-Joon YoonTRACING EXPERIENCE: ASSESSING LITERARY ESSAYS OF EFL LEARNERS
217I Ketut WartaTHE VALUE OF LINGUISTICS THEORY TO TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
218I Made ArdanaI Made Rai Jaya WidantaHOW TO TEACH AND CALL BALINESE PEOPLE FOR FOREIGN LEARNERS?
219I Made Ardana PutraI Wayan Dana ArdikaCULTURAL ASPECTS IN FIRST-TIME CLASS TEACHING
220I Made SujanaUntung WaluyoEka FitrianaDewi SuryaniFROM COMPETENCY STANDARDS OF INDONESIAN MEDICAL DOCTERS (SKDI) TO LEARNING NEEDS: TOWARD DESIGNING TEACHING ENGLISH FOR STUDENTS OF MEDICINE
221I Wayan DaryaKNOWLEDGE, CHALLENGE, & STRATEGY; A STUDY ON TEACHING PRACTICUM OF POSTGRADUATE STUDENT TEACHERS IN INDONESIA
222I.G.A. Lokita Purnamika UtamiSarah Prestridge“I DO WEB BROWSING WHEN I NEED BUT I DO ATTEND SEMINAR WHEN I AM REQUIRED TO”: THE TENSION BETWEEN PROFESSIONAL LEARNING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
223Ica MarlinasariDEMONSTRATION: AN ALTERNATIVE WAY TO IMPROVE THE STUDENTS' ABILITY TO WRITE PROCEDURE TEXT IN ENGLISH IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 1 PASUI, ENREKANG
224Ichwan Fahmi ElySPEECH ACT OF THE EXPRESSIONS USED IN THE POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
225ida machdarifahTHE INTEGRATED AND SEGREGATED SKILLS CLASS SETTING ON INCREASING STUDENTS` LANGUAGE SKILLS ACHIEVEMENTS
226Ida NuraidaSudaryonoTHE IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING TO DEVELOP ENGLISH STUDENTS ABILITY AT FACULTY OF EDUCATION PROGRAM IN BANTEN JAYA UNIVERSITY
227Ifadhotur RizkiyahEriza Rezky WinandaANALYSING THE EXPRESSION OF COMPLEMENTING IN HARRY POTTER THE MOVIE BY USING GRICE'S COOPERATIVE PRINCIPLES
228Ignatius HarjantoSiti Mina TamahTEACHERS’ VOICE ON THEIR BEING PROFESSIONAL
229Ignatius Indra KristiantoIMPLEMENTING PBL IN ESP CLASS AT THE FACULTY OF ECONOMICS OF UNIVERSITAS ATMA JAYA YOGYAKARTA
230Ika ErawatiNEED ASSESSMENT: ENGLISH TEACHERS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN OCCUPYING 21ST CENTURY STUDENTS' LEARNING
231Ika Paramitha LantuVivin Krismawanti ModjanggoPROCESS-ORIENTED APPROACH IN TEACHING WRITING NARRATIVE TEXT
232Ika Tri YunianikaNEEDS ANALYSIS OF SPEAKING COURSE AT DISTANCE EDUCATION
233Ika Yanti ZiskaTHE ENREKANGNESE STUDENTS’ STRATEGY IN PRONOUNCING ENGSLIH SCHWA
234Ikhfi ImaniahNargisTEACHER’S JOB PERFORMANCE ON TEACHING ENGLISH FOR YOUNG LEARNERS
235IkhsanudinMAGIC TRICKS PROBLEM-BASED ACTIVITIES TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ ENGAGEMENT AND TO PROMOTE HIGHER ORDER THINKING IN A LISTENING CLASS
236Ikmi Nur OktaviantiINVESTIGATING QUASI-MODALS IN HISTORICAL ENGLISH
237Ima Normalia KusmayantiYelly Adriani BarlianTUTOR-ASSISTED ACTIVITIES TO IMPROVE STUDENTS' SPEAKING SKILLS
238Imran Trista UdinAN EVALUATION OF THE SPEAKING ASSESSMENT TASKS USED BY AN ENGLISH TEACHER OF SMK NEGERI 4 MAKASSAR ( A CASE STUDY )
239Inayatul MukarromahCHILDREN STEPS INVESTIGATION BEFORE LEARNING WORDS OR WORDFORMATIONS INTO WRITING THROUGH THEIR JOURNALS AT THEIR SCHOOL
240Indah Zulfitri HamidPOLITENESS THEORY ON SOCIAL MEDIA IN LEARNING ENGLISH
241IndrawatiSri Samiati TarjanaJoko NurkamtoCOULD PRAGMATIC ABILITY DEVELOP THROUGH UNIVERSAL PRAGMATIC KNOWLEDGE?
242Indrawaty AsfahFACTORS INFLUENCING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION ON CHOICE OF INSTITUTION FOR LEARNING ENGLISH
243Ingriyani Yohana RawungSherliane Trisye PoaiEFL TEACHER’S VOICE ON REFLECTIVE PRACTICE AND PERFORMANCE BASED ASSESSMENT IN POSO REGENCY
244Insani NurchintyawatiDISCOURSE MARKERS IN ENGLISH MEETING
245IrmawatiWRITTEN PEER CORRECTION TO IMPROVE THE STUDENTS’ WRITING SKILL
246IrmayaniQUESTIONS’ COGNITIVE DOMAINS OF NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKER TEACHERS IN EFL CLASSROOMS IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS
247Isli Iriani Indiah PaneAmrin SaragihNurlailaDOCTOR-PATIENT INTERACTION: A SYTEMIC FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS
248Ismet Magma AnugerahChuzaimah Dahlan DiemCRITICAL THINKING AND SPEAKING PROFICIENCY: TWO INSEPARABLE SKILLS IN GLOBAL ERA
249Ismi Purnama SariSyamdianitaTHE USE OF POWERPOINT IN TEACHING ENGLISH: STUDENTS’ AND LECTURERS’ PERCEPTION
250Isnaini Eddy SaputroTHE TEACHERS' CAPABILITY IN CONSTRUCTING QUESTIONS IN EFL CLASSROOM
251Isnaini Eddy SaputroSTUDENTS’ LEARNING STRATEGY IN ACQUIRING VOCABULARY AT PAPUA ISLAMIC JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
252Ista MaharsiEVALUATING TEACHING PERFORMANCE FOR TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A SELF-REFLECTION
253Istanti HermagustianaEFL TEACHERS’ SPEECH STYLES AND THE IMPLICATIONS ON TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
254IstiqamahA MODEL OF A SYLLABUS DESIGN FOR STORYTELLING BASED ON LOCAL CULTURE
255IstiqamahNurmy A. R.AN ANALYSIS ON TEACHERS' TALKS IN MULTIETHNIC AND MULTISITED CLASSES
256Itje ChodidjahCLASSROOM- BASED ASSESSMENT FOR BETTER LEARNING PROCESS (WORKSHOP)
257Ivan AgathonDavid WijayaTHE EFFECT OF REACTIVE FOCUS-ON-FORM INSTRUCTION ON LEARNING THE ENGLISH CONDITIONALS
258Iyen NurlaelawatiNita NoviantiEXPLORING THE DEVELOPMENT OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ PEDAGOGICAL KNOWLEDGE WHEN TEAM TEACHING ENGLISH IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS
259Iyun WitariMISCONCEPTION ABOUT THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM MODEL
260Jacquelinda Sandra SembelMichael Recard SihombingDwi Yulianto NugrohoTEACHING BUDDIES: PRICELESS SUSTAINABLE TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TOOL
261Jacquelinda Sandra SembelTEACHERPRENEURSHIP: PROMOTING ELT AS A SUSTAINABLE PROFESSION IN THE 3RD MILLENNIUM AND BEYOND
262Jalata SinagaCONTENT ANALYSIS OF WHEN ENGLISH RINGS A BELL AND BRIGHT AN ENGLISH COURSE
263Jannes Freddy PardedeENGLISH SELF-CONCEPT OF CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA IN LEARNING ENGLISH
264Jeanette Jean BawenganSely Marcelina KastilongSTUDENTS’ LEARNING ANXIETY AND THEIR ENGLISH ACHIEVEMENT
265Jeffrey MillarINCREASING GRAMMATICAL ACCURACY IN THE WRITING OF PRE-INTERMEDIATE ESL STUDENTS
266Jhoni EppendiSTUDENTS' RESPONSE TOWARDS TEACHER'S PERFORMANCE IN EFL CLASSROOM
267Jocelina FirstyDavid WijayaTHE EFFECT OF TASK-SUPPORTED LANGUAGE TEACHING ON LEARNING THE ENGLISH CONDITIONALS
268Johanna B. S. PantowENGLISH AS A MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION
269John PahamzahRahman HakimFROM ELIZA TO PANDORABOTS: EFFECTIVE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) CHATBOTS FOR IMPROVING ENGLISH COMMUNICATION SKILLS
270Joko NurkamtoENGAGING ENGLISH TEACHERS IN REFLECTIVE PRACTICE AS A WAY TO PURSUE SUSTAINED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
271Joula AdamNihta V.F. LiandoTEACHERS' EFFORTS AND DIFFICULTIES IN TEACHING VOCABULARY
272Joyce Mabalay GuzmanMETACOGNITIVE LISTENING TRAINING ON THE STUDENTS LISTENING PERFORMANCE
273JufriadiMULTILITERACY IN INDOSIAN EFL CLASSROOM
274JuliansyahTHE DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING MODULE FOR ENGLISH WRITING SKILL FOR YOUNG LEARNERS (AGES 12-14) IN ENGLISH COURSES IN BEKASI
275JumariatiEmma Rosana FebriyantiUSING LINE APPLICATION AS AN ALTERNATIVE TOOL TO IMPROVE STUDENTS' WRITING PERFORMANCE
276Jumharia DjamerengTEACHERS’ ROLE IN GUIDING STUDENTS TO THE ACHIEVEMENT IN ENGLISH DEBATE COMPETITION
277Junjun Muhamad Ramdani“THINK OF THE FUTURE”: ENVISIONING STUDENT TEACHERS TO BECOME A RESEARCHER THROUGH A MINI RESEARCH PROJECT
278Kamsinah DarwisENGLISH AND INDONESIAN WORD-FORMATION PROCESSES: A MORPHOLOGICAL APPROACH
279Karolis AnaktototyREFLECTIVE QUESTION AS A WAY TO FACILITATE THE PROCESS OF OF GIVING FEEDBACK TO STUDENTS' WRITING
280Kartin LihawaTHE APPLICATION OF CULTURAL CONTEXT MATERIAL BY ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDENTS OF UNG IN THEIR ENGLISH TEACHING PRACTICE AT SMA (THE CASE STUDY ON SMA STUDENTS’ LOW MASTERY ENGLISH VOCABULARY AND ITS IMPACT ON THEIR LOW ENGLISH COMMUNICATION ABILITY)
281Khadijah MamingA PRELIMINARY STUDY ON TEACHER VOICES: THEIR PROBLEMS IN LANGUAGE TEACHING PROCESS AND CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION (CBI) A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON TEACHER VOICES: THEIR PROBLEMS IN LANGUAGE TEACHING PROCESS AND CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION (CBI)
282KhafidhohREADING AND A DYSLEXIC: A CASE STUDY
283KhoiriyahNinik SuryatiningsihNEED ANALYSIS OF GENERAL ENGLISH CURRICULUM FOR ISLAMIC STUDIES AT IAIN JEMBER: VOICES FROM THE STUDENTS
284KhulaifiyahEFL TEACHERS’ VOICE ON TPD (TEACHER PROFESIONAL DEVELOPMENT ) LEARNING ACTIVITIES
285Kisman SalijaLOKAL BASED CULTURE FOR CHARACTER BUILDING IN INDONESIAN EFL CLASSROOM
286Kurnia Fitri ArifahCONTENT ANALYSIS OF COMPETENCES AND SCIENTIFIC APPROACH IN ENGLISH TEXTBOOK
287Kurnia Fitri ArifahDEVELOPING STUDENTS' CHARACTER: HOW DOES ROLE PLAY HELP?
288L. AngelianawatiCOGNITIVE STYLES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING
289La SunraEXPLORING THE EFL PRESERVICE TEACHERS' SELF AWARENESS THROUGH CONFERENCE
290La SunraMuhammad TahirA. Istianah PattonraTHE IMPLEMENTATION OF SCIENTIFIC APPROACH IN EFL CLASSROOM: A CASE STUDY AT SMPN 36 MAKASSAR
291Lalu SuhirmanEFL TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION ON THE USE OF ONLINE LEARNING FOR PROVISIONING PRE-CONDITION OF TEACHER-SERTIFICATION MATERIALS
292Lathifah HidayatiWRITING ATTITUDE AND METACOGNITIVE WRITING STRATEGIES: DO THEY REALLY INFLUENCE HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS’ WRITING PERFORMANCE?
293Leigh MorganACTION RESEARCH APPLYING MINDFULNESS IN ESL
294Leonardus ParTHE EFL STUDENTS’ CRITICAL READING SKILLS ACROSS COGNITIVE STYLES
295Lia AgustinaSELF-REFLECTION ON MY TEACHING PRACTICE GIVES AN EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK
296Lidwina Sri ArdiasihENHANCING LEARNERS’ WRITING SKILLS THROUGH AN ONLINE COLLABORATIVE WRITING TECHNIQUE
297Lifang BaiTHE DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH WRITING COMPETENCE
298Lilies Youlia FriatinIskhakEtika RachmawatiEFL TEACHERS’ LITERACY-BASED READING CLASS TO EMPOWER YOUNG LEARNERS’ LEARNING ENGAGEMENT
299LinaCHARACTERISTICS AND INFORMATION FUNCTION OF ITEMS ON PRO-TOEFL LISTENING SECTION OF CENTER FOR LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT UNY
300Lina Tri Astuty Beru SembiringTHE EFFECTIVENESS OF COLLABORATIVE STRATEGIC READING AND QUESTIONING THE AUTHOR ON IMPROVING STUDENTS' READING COMPREHENSION WITH DIFFERENT SELF-EFFICACY BELIEFS
301Lina Tri Astuty Beru SembiringTHE EFFECTIVENESS OF COLLABORATIVE LEARNING BASED INSTRUCTION ON STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION WITH DIFFERENT SELF-EFFICACY BELIEFS
302Linda Elok ParamitaTHE STUDY OF ENGLISH LEARNING STYLE AT THE TENTH STUDENT YEAR OF SMA N 2 JAMBI
303Luh Gede Eka WahyuniAUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT BELIEFS AND PRACTICES OF TEACHERS' MADE ASSESSMENT
304Luli Sari YustinaMukhaiyarM. ZaimAzwar AnandaINSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL USING CONCEPT MAPPING MODEL IN TEACHING SPEAKING III AT UNIVERSITY
305Lulu Laela AmaliaSUSTAINING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF EXEMPLARY TEACHERS IN IMPLEMENTING CRITICAL REFLECTION
306Luluk IswatiLanoke Intan ParaditaESP TEACHER SELF-REFLECTION IN TEACHING READING
307M SofyanESP TEACHERS' PERCEPTION ABOUT ESP PROGRAM IN POLINAS MAKASSAR
308M. ZaimPORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT: CURRENT PRACTICES AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING
309Made Hery SantosaINVESTIGATION OF TPACK PERSPECTIVE OF ENGLISH IN-SERVICE AND PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS FOR SUSTAINABLE TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
310Maemuna MuhayyangMutiah Nur AdzraTHE STUDENTS’ AFFECTIVE SILENCE IN EFL CLASSROOM INTERACTION
311Maemuna MuhayyangNikmawati SafaruddinTHE EFFECTIVENESS OF TEACHING ENGLISH PHONOLOGY BASED HYBRID E-LEARNING
312Magdalena NgongoTAXIS AND LOGICO SEMANTIC RELATION IN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS'THESES WRITING TEXT IN ENGLISH: A SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL LINGUISTICS APROACH
313Magvirah El Walidayni KauSri Widyarti AliHelena BaduPROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: NEEDS ASSESSMENT OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHER IN GORONTALO
314MaisarahSiswoyoINTERNALIZATION OF ISLAMIC VALUES INTO ENGLISH TEACHING MEDIA (SONGS) FOR TEACHING ENGLISH IN PESANTREN
315Marcus Kho Gee WhaiANALYZING STUDENTS’ PERCEPTUAL LEARNING STYLES AT A POLYTECHNIC IN MALAYSIA
316Mardiyanah NastaSTUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON INSTAGRAM AS A WRITING PRACTICE MEDIUM
317Margaretha Dharmayanti HarmantoTHE USE OF MALL IN ELT PRACTICES TO ENHANCE TEACHER’S INNOVATION AND COMPETENCE
318Maria Arina LuardiniNatalina AsiMerilyn SimbolonSOME PROBLEMS IN COMPREHENDING THE CONCEPTS OF FUNCTIONAL TEXTS FACED BY THE ENGLISH TEACHERS IN KAPUAS
319Maria HidayatiYazid BasthomiIS SUBJECTIVISATION SUBJECTIVE OR OBJECTIVE?
320Maria Johana Ari WidayantiCREATING STORIES TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ WRITING SKILL IN NARRATIVE TEXTS
321Maria Setyaningsih NernereTEACHERS' SKILLS MASTERED FOR THE SUCCESS OF STUDENT CENTERED LEARNING
322Maria Yosephin Widarti LestariNur HidayatDias Andris SusantoA MODEL OF TEACHING VOCABULARY USING WORD GAMES (THE CASE STUDY OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS STUDENTS OF SEMARANG, CENTRAL JAVA, INDONESIA)
323MartriwatiBurhayaniMOTIVATION AND PERSEPTION OF THE STUDENTS TOWARD THE ENGLISH TEACHER AS THEIR FUTURE CAREER
324Masfa MaizaEXPLORING PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ MOTIVATION IN THE FRONTIER REGION: HIGHLIGHT OF TEACHING PRACTICUM PROGRAM
325Masitowarni SiregarPROSPECTIVE ENGLISH TEACHERS’ VOICES: DEVELOPING TEXTBOOK OF TRANSLATION SUBJECT BASED ON TEFL PEDAGOGICAL PURPOSES FOR AN ENGLISH EDUCATION PROGRAM
326MasriahTHE ADULT'S RECEPTION IN ANIME LOVER COMMUNITY TOWARD THE STORY OF ANIMATED- CARTOON IN MASHASHI KISHIMOTO'S SERIAL NARUTO
327MasruddinShanty HalimTHE EFFICACY OF USING COLLECT, ORGANIZE, WRITE (COW) STRATEGY IN TEACHING ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY WRITING TO INDONESIAN EFL STUDENTS
328MaulinaGENDER DIFFERENCES IN LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT, ACQUISITION, COMPREHENSION, AND PRODUCTION
329May WillyanaCODE SWITCHING OF HOUSEKEEPING TEACHER'S TALKS
330Maya Lisa AryantiPHRASES, AGREEMENT AND REFERENCE IN STUDENTS’ WRITING
331Maya Pinkan WarouwGolda J. TulungREVISITING MINAHASAN FOLKLORES IN ELT MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHING WRITING SKILL
332Meilan Nirmala ShintaNurniaTHE EFFECT OF SONGS ON STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT
333Meily Ivane Esther NemanLanny Nurlita GanapSTUDENT’S ANXIETY IN LEARNING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
334MeisuriPEDAGOGIC DISCOURSE IN AN ORBITAL CURRICULUM MACRO-GENRE: ISSUES FROM EFL CLASSROOM
335Melania WiannastitiNARRATIVE DISCOURSE ANALYSIS ON STUDENTS JOINING AN ENGLISH PROFESSIONAL COURSE AT BINUS ONLINE LEARNING
336Melyann MelaniIDENTIFYING LECTURERS' PROBLEMS IN READING CLASS AT ENGLISH DEPARTMENT, IAIN BUKITTINGGI
337Merry RullyantiTri AnggerainiTHE USE OF COHESIVE DEVICES IN IMPROVING UNITY AND COHERENCE ASPECTS ON THE ARGUMENTATION ESSAY WRITING OF ENGLISH LITERATURE STUDENTS
338Michael SetiawanTHE EFFECTIVENESS OF CLIL TO TEACH TRANSITION SIGNALS
339Mister Gidion MaruNihta LiandoMEETING THE CHALLENGE OF CHARACTER BUILDING: T-EX APPROACH IN ESSAY WRITING
340Mokhamad SyaifudinSTUDENTS’ RESPONSES TOWARD THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ONLINE COMPUTER-ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING (CALL) COURSE: A CASE STUDY AT AN INDONESIAN TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE
341Monica Ella HarenditaTHE INTERPLAY BETWEEN BELIEFS AND PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY OF PRE-SERVICE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS
342Monica Ella Harendita“AM I REALLY INTO TEACHING?”: A STUDY ON PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ LIVED EXPERIENCES
343Monika GultomFajriana SetianingsihWigati YektiningtyasEXPLORING SENTANI FOLKTALES USING MNEMONIC DEVICES TECHNIQUES FOR THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH VOCABULARY FOR YOUNG LANGUAGE LEARNERS IN PAPUA
344Monika Widyastuti SurtikantiSTUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF PERFORMANCE TASK IN THE “SPEAKING FOR EVERYDAY COMMUNICATION” SUBJECT AND WHAT INFLUENCES THEIR PERFORMANCE
345Moon Hidayati OtoluwaFidyawati M. BiahimoOVERCOMING THE STUDENTS’ DIFFICULTIES IN WRITING A THESIS BY APPLYING RESEARCH BASED INSTRUCTION
346MuamarohTEACHER EFFICACY RELATED TO STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN THE ENGLISH CLASSROOM
347Muawwinatul LailiENHANCHING STUDENTS’ WRITING SKILL THROUGH LOCAL CULTURE BASED DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY
348Muchlas SusenoASSESSING PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ SELF-TALK AND INTEREST TO HARNESS COGNITIVE SELF-AWARENESS IN TEACHING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
349MufidatunnisaINTROVERT STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS AND PREFERENCES ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING THROUGH AUTONOMOUS LEARNING: A FOCUS ON EFL CONTEXT IN STAIN WATAMPONE
350Muh. Safar NurHerman ResyadiTHE ROLE OF EMOTIONAL GEOGRAPHIES IN NOVICE TEACHER PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
351Muhaimin AbdullahTHE URGENCY OF COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING: A STUDENT TEACHER’S VOICE
352Muhammad ArifinINCREASING YOUNG LEARNER VOCABULARY BY USING FAMILY WOOD BLOCK
353Muhammad Asfah RahmanNurdin NoniMASTERING THE STANDARD MARINE COMMUNICATION PHRASES (SMCP) USING WONDERSHARE FILMORE MULTIMEDIA
354Muhammad Fahri Jaya SuddingFitriyaniDISSOCIATIVE IDENTITY DISORDER IN THE MAIN CHARACTER IN THE SECRET WINDOW MOVIE
355Muhammad HasbiFitriyaniSTUDENTS’ RECEPTION ANALYSIS ON GABRIEL MARQUEZ’S THE HANDSOMEST DROWNED MAN IN THE WORLD
356Muhammad Kurniawan RachmanDewi AtikahAnita RezkiEFL PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ REFLECTION ON POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT TOWARDS IMPROVING PRODUCTIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING
357Muhammad Nur Akbar RasyidA CASE STUDY ON UNIVERSITY TEACHERS’ BELIEFS OF ASSESSMENT IN EFL CONTEXT IN INDONESIA
358Muhammad Reza PahleviINCORPORATING DUOLINGE AS AUTONOMY BEYOND CLASSROOM INTO GRAMMAR CLASSROOM
359Muhammad RifqiJanuarius MujiyantoIMAGINATIVE RE-CREATION IN TEACHING LITERATURE
360Muhammad Rifqi SyamsuddinIMPLEMENTING CLIL TO INDONESIAN EFL CONTEXT
361Muhammad YunusTHE EFFECTIVE USE OF TASK-BASED READING MATERIALS FOR EL STUDENTS AT DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH EDUCATION FAKULTAS SASTRA UMI
362MuhsinIMPROVING THE STUDENTS’ ENGLISH PROFICIENCY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE PROGRAM THROUGH CAI MODEL
363MukhaiyarRefnaldiSTUDENTS’ NEED ON TEACHING MATERIALS FOR WRITING ENGLISH RESEARCH ARTICLES BASED ON THE CRITERIA OF REPUTABLE JOURNALS
364Muli Umiaty NoerAndi HudriatiRusdiyahMULTICULTURAL EDUCATION BASED INSTRUCTION FOR STUDENTS’ CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN CROSS CULTURE UNDERSTANDING CLASSROOM
365MuliatiUSING AUTHENTIC MATERIALS IN TEACHING ESP AT HIGHER EDUCATION
366Muliaty IbrahimCONSTRAINTS ENCOUNTERED BY THE EFL TEACHERS IN TEACHING SPEAKING AT STKIP MEGA REZKY MAKASSAR
367MunirRiola Haya NurTHE EFFECTIVENESS OF ENGLISH LEARNING MODEL BASED ON CONTEXTUAL TEACHING AND LEARNING (CTL) FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN SOUTH SULAWESI
368MunjianaTHE CORRELATION BETWEEN SELF ASSESSMENT AND MOTIVATION IN LEARNING ENGLISH OF THE SECOND GRADE STUDENTS OF SMP NEGERI 6 PALEMBANG
369Murni MahmudTEACHERS’ AND STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVES OF POLITENESS BEHAVIOURS IN THE INDONESIAN CLASSROOM
370MurniatiBRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN THEORIES AND PRACTICE: ALUMNI’S PERCEPTIONS ON ENGLISH TEACHING SUBJECTS IN ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
371MursalimAlberthMANAGING PLAGIARISM ISSUES IN UNIVERSITY
372Muthiah HidayatunMasyitah NurfadillahWaode Zulhidjah AwalyahSTUDENTS’ REFLECTION ON L2 AWARENESS IN EFL INSTRUCTIONAL CONTEXT
373MuthmainnahAndi AsrifanAhmad Al YakinChuduriah SahabuddinTHE USE OF DICTOGLOSS TECHNIQUE ON ELT CLASSROOM: AN EXPERIMENT STUDY OF STUDENTS LISTENING COMPREHENSION
374MV. Joyce MerawatiESP MATERIALS FOR GENERAL ENGLISH
375Naely MuchtarFLIPPED CLASSROOM IN ENGLISH FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SUBJECT
376Naf'an TarihoranJamridafrizalTEACHING WRITING FOR DIGITAL NATIVE STUDENT TEACHERS THROUGH MOBILE-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION
377Nafila SabriTHE HISTORICAL ARABIC ROOTS OF CHOMSKYAN TGG THEORY
378Nanang ZubaidiTHE INDONESIAN EFL TEACHERS’ WRITTEN FEEDBACK PROVISION: WHAT THEY KNOW, BELIEVE, AND DO?
379Nanang ZubaidiTEACHERS’ DECISION-MAKING ACTIVITIES IN WRITTEN FEEDBACK PROVISION AND FACTORS WHICH INFLUENCE
380Nanda OctaviaCOVERING LEARNER DIVERSITY IN A LEARNING PROCESS
381Naniek Mariana EffendiSMALL GROUP DISCUSSION STRATEGY IN TEACHING SPEAKING SKILLS TO DEVELOP STUDENTS’ INTELLIGENCE CHARACTER AT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
382Nanik MariyatiNEWS CASTING AS AN ALTERNATIVE STRATEGY IN PROMOTING SPEAKING SKILL
383Nanik Sri RahayuTEACHER'S BEST PRACTICES ON PEER FEEDBACK IN EFL WRITING INSTRUCTION: A WAY TO GO ON WRITING INSTRUCTION
384NasrullahUTILAZING LEARNER LANGUAGE TO CRAFT WELL –TARGETED ENDORSEMENTS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING PRACTICES
385Natalia ChristianiREADING-TO-WRITE: PERSPECTIVES AND CONNECTIONS IN THE FIRST AND SECOND LANGUAGE LITERACY SKILLS
386Nenden Sri LengkanawatiDella N Kartikasari ASri SetyariniDIALOGIC SUPERVISION: A BREAKTHROUGH TO DEVELOP STUDENT TEACHERS’ EFFECTIVENESS IN PRE-SERVICE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
387Neneng SunengsihFunny WulanTati Latpfadur DurriyahEXPLORING INTERACTIVE READ-ALOUD ACTIVITIES IN TEACHING READING NARRATIVE TEXT
388Ni Luh Putu Eka Sulistia DewiON-TASK SELF-ASSESSMENT IN ENGLISH TEACHER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM: A VOICE FROM THE NETHERLANDS
389Ni Made Ayu WidiastutiA.A.S. Shanti Sari DewiSang Ayu Isnu MaharaniENGLISH VOCABULARY ACQUISITION (A STUDY CASE OF A YOUNG LEARNER)
390Ni Made Ayu WidiastutiI Gusti Ayu Gde SosiowatiYana QomarianaTHE IMPORTANCE OF EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES IN A LESSON PLAN (A STUDY CASE IN BALINESE AND OLD JAVANESE DEPARTMENTS)
391Ni Putu Risa PratiwiI Nyoman SedengNi Luh Nyoman Seri MaliniTHE METHOD OF ENGAGE, STUDY, AND ACTIVATE (ESA ) IN TEACHING ADVERBIAL CLAUSE FOR VOCATIONAL STUDENTS
392Ni Wayan Mira SusantiASSESSING PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ ABILITY IN DEALING WITH ACADEMIC READING SECTION IN THE IELTS: A STUDY AT THE FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF MATARAM
393Nia PujiawatiA GENRE-BASED APPROACH: FROM JOINT CONSTRUCTION TO INDIVIDUAL APPLICATION
394Nia PujiawatiTEACHERS’ ASSESSMENT STRATEGY IN WRITING INSTRUCTION
395Nicodemus BisseATTITUDES TOWARD PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING: A CASE IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PAPUA, INDONESIA
396Nihta V.F. LiandoCharmi C. ManansangPERCEPTIONS OF NOVICE ENGLISH TEACHERS ON STUDENT CENTERED LEARNING IN TEACHING ENGLISH
397Niki Raga TantriIN-SERVICE TEACHER’S ATTITUDES OF COMMUNITY PRESENCE IN AN ONLINE TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: AN INVESTIGATION ON INDONESIAN MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE (IMOOC)
398Nina WexlerHarum NataliRAISING TEACHERS' AWARENESS OF THEIR CLASSROOM PRACTICE THROUGH AN OBSERVATION & MENTORING PROGRAM - A CASE STUDY
399Nirma ParisSutida NgonkumINDONESIAN EFL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION TOWARD WRITTEN CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK
400Nirwana DarwisMufidatunnisaIN-SERVICE TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS TOWARD PEER-REFLECTION IN TEFL CLASSROOM
401Nisa NuranisaSPEECH ACT ANALYSIS OF TEACHER TALK IN AN EFL CLASSROOM
402Nisa NuranisaTHE DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH FOR NURSING MODULES TO IMPROVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ABILITY FOR THE STUDENTS OF NURSING ACADEMY
403Nita ArianiAPPLYING COOPERATIVE PRINCIPLE IN CONTENT BASED ENGLISH TEACHING AT A PRIVATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN SURABAYA
404Nita NoviantiIyen NurlaelawatiHOW DO I TEACH? AN ENGLISH LITERATURE LECTURER’S SELF-REFLECTION
405Nofry FransEFL STUDENTS ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING ANXIETY OF GENERAL ENGLISH III STUDENTS UNIVERSITAS KLABAT
406Noor RachmawatyBasri WelloMansur AkilSyarifuddin DollahINVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE AND ORAL COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES OF INDONESIAN EFL STUDENTS
407Norherani MoningGrace Chang Siew YengSUSTAINABILITY IN CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AMONGST TEACHER TRAINERS IN A TEACHER EDUCATION INSTITUTE IN KUALA LUMPUR
408Novi Nur LailisnaTHE UNDERSTANDING OF ENGLISH AS A ‘LINGUA FRANCA’ (ALF) FOR INDONESIAN LEARNERS
409Novia TrisantiEVALUATION OF THE TEACHER’S TRAINEE COMPETENCE: A WAY TO DEVELOP BETTER PROFESSIONAL TEACHER PROGRAM
410Nunung AnugrawatiERROR ANALYSIS ON STUDENTS’ READING TOEFL PREDICTION
411Nunung NurjatiFabiola KurniaSuharsonoINSTANCES OF POLITENESS IN EFL CLASSROOM’ INTERACTIONS: A RELATIONAL WORK APPROACH
412Nunung SuryatiFuraidahTHE ENGLISH VOCABULARY KNOWLEDGE OF EFL PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS
413Nur Aeni MNEED ANALYSIS IN DEVELOPING MARITIME ENGLISH I (GME) MATERIALS FOR INDONESIAN MARITIME ACADEMY AIPI MAKASSAR
414Nur AfiahSTUDENTS PERCEPTIONS ON EFL TEACHERS’ FEEDBACK
415Nur Arifah DrajatiCONSTRUCTING A TPACK MODEL FROM A TECHNO-ECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE: INVESTIGATION INTO ENGLISH TEACHERS’ AND STUDENTS’ NEEDS FOR THE INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY IN ENGLISH LEARNING
416Nur FatimahENGLISH TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: LEARNING FROM ACADEMIC ARISAN
417Nur Fitri SACCELERATING STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY BY USING INFORMATION GAP POSTERS
418Nur HabibahTHE ANALYSIS OF LEXICAL COHESION IN NATIONAL COULUMN AS FOUND IN THE JAKARTA POST NEWSPAPER
419NuraeniENHANCING STUDENTS' SPEAKING SKILL THROUGH THE USE OF AUDIO VISUAL MATERIAL
420Nurdin NoniHYBRID ENGLISH LEARNING STUDIO (HI-LIST): AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO INTENSIFY ENGLISH LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
421Nurfiaeni AsjuhSiti Nurul Ilmi HLPOLITENESS STRATEGIES IN CHILDREN COMMUNICATION AT INDONESIAN RELIGIUS KINDERGARTEN
422Nurhaedah GaileaSiti AisahTHE PERCEPTION OF CAREER WOMEN IN THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE AS REFLECTED IN ‘LAYAR TERKEMBANG NOVEL’
423Nuri EmmiyatiDISCOURSE-BASED STRUCTURE LEARNING MATERIAL AND STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION
424NuriadiTHE CHARACTER'S OBSTACLES AND WAYS IN DEVELOPING THE SELF-RELIANE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN HEMINGWAY'S THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA AND DEFOE'S ROBINSON CRUSOE
425NurindahSTUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS ON TEACHING PERFORMANCES (A CASE IN THE ENGLISH LITERATURE DEPARTMENT OF HALU OLEO UNIVERSITY)
426NurmalindaNEED ANALYSIS: A CASE STUDY FOR LISTENING SKILL AT TENTH-GRADE STUDENTS ON ENGLISH LEARNING
427NurniaKamaluddinCOMPARING STUDENTS’ CRITICAL THINKING THROUGH THE USE OF FLIPPED CLASSROOM, PURE ONLINE AND FACE TO FACE INSTRUCTIONS
428NursamsuMuhammad BasuniPROMOTING STUDENTS’ WRITING SKILLS THROUGH DICTOGLOSS
429Nursiti Aisyah PaputunganTHE PORTRAIT OF STUDENTS’ NEED FOR ENGLISH SPEAKING MATERIALS IN NURSING VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
430Nurul NovianaANALYZING THE SYLLABUS OF CAMBRIDGE CURRICULUM AND KTSP FOR INDONESIA SECONDARY SCHOOL USING SIX FACETS OF UNDERSTANDING
431Nurul YusnitaDesy IndrianaTEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS ON THE TEACHING OF CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS IN CRITICAL READING CLASS
432Nury SupriyantiCHALLENGES IN TRAINING TEACHERS FOR THEIR PROFESSIONAL PURSUIT
433Octavia MantikHee Jun ChoiSCAFFOLDED THINK-GROUP-SHARE LEARNING TO ENHANCE CHILDREN’S ENGLISH LEARNING PERFORMANCE
434Oikurema PurwatiNur FauziahAUTHENTICITY OR LOCAL VALUE IN DEVELOPING NATIONAL TEACHING LEARNING ENGLISH MATERIAL (TEXTBOOKS)
435Okky Leo AgustaTEACHERS OF ENGLISH PROFESSIONALISM AND CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD) PRACTICES
436Ophelia Elisa NovitaTHE DEGREE OF REFLECTIVITY IN DAILY JOURNALS OF CERTIFICATE IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (CELTA) PARTICIPANTS
437Perwi DarmajantiEXPLORING CULTURAL FACTORS OF COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES USED BY EFL LEARNERS
438Petrus KondoDIFFERENCES IN HE LEARNING ANXIETIES AFFECTING EFL ENGLISH MAJOR STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITAS KLABAT
439Popy MayasariSTUDENTS' L1 INTERFERENCE IN THEIR ENGLISH CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES AT JAUHARUL FALAH ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOL
440Prastiwi Sri AgustinaEFL LECTURERS’ TEACHING EXPERIENCES IN IMPLEMENTING CORE COMPETENCIES MODEL: A LITERATURE REVIEW STUDY
441Pratiwi SamadLEARNING STRATEGY ON SPEAKING BY CHILDREN AND ADULTS
442Priyatno ArdiThomas Wahyu MuktiTWO EFL PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT DURING THE TEACHING PRACTICUM
443PriyonoArifuddinEni DjuhaeniPARAPHRASING ABILITY OF THESIS AND NON-THESIS ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS
444Pujalinda MandarsariDISCOURSE MARKERS IN RESEARCH SEMINAR
445Puji AstutiNovia TrisantiINDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTABILITY IN COOPERATIVE LEARNING IN EFL CLASSROOMS: ACCESS TO PEERS’ PRONUNCIATION
446Puji Astuti AmaliaAridahLANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES OF A GOOD LANGUAGE LEARNER
447Puji Sri RahayuBudi Tiara NovitasariTHE ROLE OF MESSAGING GROUP (WA) IN ENHANCING LEARNING MOTIVATION AND COMPLETION RATE IN INDONESIA MOOC
448Puji Sri RahayuBudi Tiara NovitasariENGLISH TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH THE INDONESIAN MOOC (EXPERIENCE, OBSTACLES AND IMPACT)
449Puteri Sekar WijayaSukardi WedaMAXIMIZING STUDENTS' WRITING PRACTICE USING INSTAGRAM
450Puthut ArdiantoTiti LestariM. Iqbal TawakalWHAT DO STUDENTS GAIN FROM EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING?
451Putri Kamalia HakimIS PORTFOLIO REALLY A GOOD ASSESSMENT?
452R. Chusnu Yuli SetyoSuharsonoTHE E-LEARNING CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE SUCCESS OF THE DIGITAL NATIVE STUDENTS IN LEARNING ENGLISH
453RafiqaSukmawati YasimDEVELOPMENT OF TRANSLATION LEARNING PACKAGE ON TASK-BASED LANGUAGE TEACHING TO IMPROVE LEARNER AUTONOMY OF ENGLISH EDUCATION STUDENTS
454Rahayu ApriliaswatiDEVELOPING AND ASSESSING ENGLISH STUDENT TEACHERS’ DISPOSITIONS THROUGH SELF-REFLECTION EVALUATION
455Raida AsfihanaPuji Sri RahayuEXPLORING ENGLISH TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION ON PENGEMBANGAN KEPROFESIAN BERKELANJUTAN (PKB) COURSE: BENEFITS, CHALLENGES AND APPLICABILITY
456Raidah MahirahTHE INVESTIGATION OF USING CODE SWITCHING IN ENGLISH MEETING
457Raisa FadillaNeneng IslamiahTHE OVERVIEW OF TEACHERS' KNOWLEDGE OF SCIENTIFIC APPROACH IN K-13
458RamliHOW ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IS LEARNED
459RamliIda NuraidaLEXICAL DISTORTION: A STUDY ON INDONESIAN-ENGLISH TRANSLATION
460RampengPROMOTING ACTIVE LEARNING ACTIVITIES TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY
461Rasuna TalibSri Agriyanti MestariESP NEEDS ANALYSIS: A CASE STUDY OF SOCIOLOGY STUDENTS, STATE UNIVERSITY OF GORONTALO
462RatnahFaradillah SaputriTHE STUDENTS’ NEEDS OF LEARNING ENGLISH FOR HOSPITALITY OF MAKASSAR TOURISM POLYTECHNIC: AS ONE OF THE CHALLENGES
463RefliantoFarida ArianiBABY GIRL ON LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
464RefnaldiSTUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON THE CURRICULUM OF ELT STUDY PROGRAM: MEETING THE STANDARDS OF THE ASEAN UNIVERSITY NETWORK QUALITY ASSURANCE (AUN-QA)
465Rehuel Nikolai B. SorianoA SYNTHESIS OF HEROES AND GODS FROM ANCIENT MYTHS AND BIBLICAL NARRATIVES IN SUPERMAN
466Reko Hary PutraTHE ANALYSIS OF EMPLOYMENT CODE-MIXING AT SPEAKING SUBJECT
467Renata C. G. V. NikijuluwDewi PuspitasariTHE INFLUENCE OF PMI (PLUS, MINUS AND INTERESTING) STRATEGY TOWARDS STUDENTS’ SPEAKING ABILITY AT SECOND GRADE OF SMP-IT AS-SALAM AMBON
468Reni Puspitasari Dwi LestariyanaSELF-REFLECTION IN A TEACHING PRACTICUM: BUILDING PEDAGOGICAL CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (PCK)
469Retno HendryantiEXPLORING THE IMPACT OF REFLECTIVE WRITING FLUENCY PRACTICES ON EFL LEARNERS' WRITING QUALITY
470Reza Fauzan RahmanENGAGEMENT SYSTEM IN THE INTRODUCTION SECTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ARTICLES
471Rezky Pratiwi BalmanSangmok LeeTOWARDS THE NORMALIZATION OF CALL IN INDONESIA: ARE WE THERE YET?
472Ria JubhariSitti SahraenyKarmila MokogintaSYLLABUS INTEGRITY OF ENGLISH WRITING SUBJECTS AT THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITAS HASANUDDIN: STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVES
473Richard J. StocktonRECULTURED LANGUAGE IN INDONESIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
474Ridho Praja DinataTHE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING PICTURES' SERIES IN TEACHING VOCABULARY AT TENTH GRADE STUDENTS OF SMA N 6 MUARO JAMBI
475Riefki Fajar Ganda WigunaTHE TEACHER'S ROLE IN PROMOTING LEARNER AUTONOMY
476Rifky Dora WijayatiENGLISH TEACHERS’ ROLE IN SISTER SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM : A PRELIMINARY CASE STUDY
477Rigel SampeloloMusdalifah MansurEFFECTIVE INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION DEVELOPMENT FOR STUDENTS IN INDONESIA EFL CONTEXTS
478Rijal mahrilTHE IMPACT OF DIGITAL-BASED MEDIA IN SUPPORTING THE STUDENTS’ COGNITIVE ENGAGEMENT IN INDONESIAN EDUCATIONAL SETTING: THE PERSPECTIVES OF INDONESIAN TEACHERS AND LECTURERS STUDYING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
479Rina AgustinaVicente ReyesWORLD-CLASS UNIVERSITY PHENOMENA AND ACADEMIC INTEGRITY ISSUES
480Rina Wahyu SetyaningrumRochmatika Nur AnisaADOPTING CLIL FOR ENGLISH EXTRA-CURRICULAR AT PRIMARY SCHOOLS
481RionaldiSTATE POLYTECHNIC OF BENGKALIS EFL LECTURERS’ BELIEFS AND PRACTICES IN TEACHING VOCABULARY LEARNING STRATEGIES
482Ririn Arnita SariNEUROTIC NEEDS OF THE MAIN CHARACTER IN THE NOVEL FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON BY DANIEL KEYES
483Riski ZulkarnainSPOKEN ANALYSIS OF INTERRUPTION IN RESEARCH SEMINAR
484Risman WanciTHE USE OF KNOW-WANT-LEARN STRATEGY IN TEACHING READING: A STUDY OF STUDENTS’ LITERAL READING COMPREHENSION
485Rita HandayaniUSING PROCESS APPROACH AND CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK IN TEACHING WRITING AN EFFECTIVE PARAGRAPH
486RiyatnoGOD RELIANCE VERSUS SELF RELIANCE:A STUDY ON ROWLANDSON'S WORK A NARRATIVE OF THE CAPTIVITY AND RESTORATION AND GILMAN’S WORK THE YELLOW WALL-PAPER
487Roger PalmerHarni Kartika NingsihREADING TO LEARN: REVIEW AND INTERPRETATION
488RohaniArif Suryo PriatmojoPARENTS’ PERCEPTION ON CHILDREN’S ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT
489Roswita M. AboeAsrul M SyawalSaiful LatifUSING VIDEO TO DEVELOP STUDENTS’ DESCRIPTIVE WRITING AT ENGLISH EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM KHAIRUN UNIVERSITY
490Rudi HartonoIMPROVING STUDENTS’ TRANSLATION PRODUCTS BY USING TRIPARTITE CYCLE MODEL (TCM) ONLINE APPLICATION
491Rudi HaryonoRETHINKING OF LOCAL LANGUAGE POLICY: A SUNDANESE LANGUAGE MAINTENANCE STUDY
492RugaiyahTHE BENEFICIAL OF FIELD TRIPS STRATEGY AT SECONDARY AND HIGH SECONDARY SCHOOL: AN OVERVIEW
493Rumondang Miranda MarsaulinaCOPING WITH BARRIERS TOWARDS GOOD CEFR LEVEL IN ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES (EAP)
494RuslanIbrahimMuhammad Nur Ashar AsnurFILLERS USED BY LECTURERS IN EFL CLASSROOM INTERACTION
495Ruth Naomi Nancy WompereINVESTIGATING LEARNING PREFERENCES OF MIXED-LEVEL NON-ENGLISH MAJOR STUDENT OF FORESTRY PROGRAM AT UNIVERSITY OF OTTOW GEISSLER, JAYAPURA, PAPUA
496Ryan Rayhana SofyanMurni MahmudFLINT IN CLASSROOM INTERACTION
497SabaruddinIMPROVING THE STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY THROUGH COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING WITH REALIA AT MADRASAH TSANAWIYAH MADANI PAO-PAO
498Safnil ArsyadAronoTHE RHETORICAL PROBLEMS EXPERIENCED BY INDONESIAN LECTURERS IN SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES IN WRITING RESEARCH ARTICLES FOR REPUTABLE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL PUBLICATION
499SahiruddinTHE ROLE OF VOCABULARY IN MODERATING THE EFFECT OF GRAMMAR KNOWLEDGE ON L2 READING OUTCOMES
500SahrilAuliyanti SNMARRYING DIFFERENTIATED WRITING INSTRUCTION WITH PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING TO INSPIRE DEEP AND ACTIVE LEARNING
501SaifulRina Asrini BakriTHE EFL AUTONOMOUS LEARNING ON READING COMPREHENSION
502Samtidar AndiDIALOGIC MENTORING BETWEEN SENIOR AND APPRENTICE ENGLISH TEACHERS WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF REGIONAL MAKASSAR-INDONESIA
503Santi Chairani DjonharJOURNAL WRITING: THE IMPACT ON GRADUATE STUDENTS’ LEARNING PROCESS
504Santri Emilin Pingsaboi DjahimoGENDER DIFFERENCES IN EFL SPEAKING CLASS IN INDONESIA: DOES IT MATTER?
505Sarjaniah ZurINVESTIGATING OF STUDENTS’ DIFFICULTIES IN LISTENING COMPREHENSION AT MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF KENDARI
506Sarjaniah ZurSuhartini SyukriINVESTIGATING OF STUDENTS’ DIFFICULTIES IN LISTENING COMPREHENSION AT MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF KENDARI
507Sasdita RaupSPEECH ACT ON RESEARCH SEMINAR IN AN INDONESIAN GRADUATED STUDY
508Satyawati SuryaTEACHING WRITING BY USING PROBLEM BASED LEARNING
509Selvi PangguaM. Basri WelloPEER COACHING: A SUSTAINABLE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MODEL FOR HIGH SCHOOL EFL TEACHERS IN TORAJA INDONESIA
510Selvie WahonganMaryone C. WalintukanSTUDENTS’ ANXIETY ENGLISH IN LEARNING ENGLISH AND THEIR ATTITUDE TOWARD ENGLISH LANGUAGE
511Septimus HanyeqBibit SuhatmadySyamdianitaSTUDENTS’ INSTRUMENTAL AND INTEGRATIVE MOTIVATION IN LEARNING ENGLISH
512Shabrina An AdzhaniTHE ROLE OF INDONESIAN MOOC IN ADVOCATING TECHNOLOGY IN LANGUAGE TEACHING
513Shubanshini SuppiahLee Kean WahDenis Andrew LajiumSuyansah SwantoAN ONLINE CO-REFLECTION APPROACH: INSIGHTS INTO REFLECTIVE THINKING, COLLABORATION AND INTERACTION
514Siane IndrianiREFLECTIVE TEACHING THROUGH VIDEO-RECORDED TEAM-TEACHING
515Silvani Umar AliA STUDY ON ENGLISH LECTURERS’ OWN CRITERIA IN SELECTING LEARNING MATERIALS FOR STUDENTS OF ENGLISH EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM AT KHAIRUN UNIVERSITY
516Sisila Fitriany DamanikSPEECH FUNCTION IN “KICK ANDY” TALK SHOW PROGRAM ON METRO TV, INDONESIA
517Sisilia Setiawati HalimiEXPLORING REFLECTIVE PRACTICES IN CAMP SOAR - AN IN-SERVICE ENGLISH TEACHER CAMP
518Siti AisahNurhaeda GaileaTEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS THROUGH COOKERY PROGRAM (ETHNOGRAPHY STUDY AT SEKOLAH DASAR TARA SALVIA-TANGERANG SELATAN
519Siti Aisyah GintingAmrin SaragihAnggraini Thesisia SaragihINTEGRATION OF CRITICAL LITERACY INTO ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING AS A MEANS OF ENHANCING NATIONAL INTEGRATION IN THE SOCIAL CONTEXT OF INDONESIA
520Siti Awaliyah MansyurHOMOEROTIC MALE RELATIONSHIP IN OSCAR WILDE'S "THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY"
521Siti Hajar LarekengBadaruddinRECOGNIZING THE MILLENNIAL LEARNING NEEDS AS AN EFFORT TO SUSTAIN THE TEACHERS IN THE CYBER ERA
522Siti Hajar LarekengPatahuddinBadaruddinSudarmantoHYBRID LEARNING: SUSTAINING THE EDUCATION IN THE CYBER ERA
523Siti HikmahAni gustiniLEARNING ATTRACTIVE: MODEL OF PWIM IN WRITING DESCRIPTIVE TEXT FOR EFL
524Siti KiftiahMurni MahmudTEACHERS' STRATEGIES IN GIVING EXPLANATIONS IN EFL CLASSROOM
525Siti Maria UlfaPRE-SERVICE TEACHER TRAINING IN STKIP PGRI BANGKALAN: ITS CONTRIBUTION TO PEDAGOGICAL CONTEXTS
526Siti Nurul AzkiyahUSING TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS RESEARCH TO IMPROVE THE TEACHING QUALITY OF ENGLISH TEACHERS
527Siti Nurul Ilmi HLNurfiaeni AsjuhCODE SWITCHING AS POLITENESS STRATEGIES IN ENGLISH LITERATURE CLASSROOM
528Siti RohaniFORMULAIC EXPRESSION AND SIMULATIONS FOR LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY STUDENTS LEARNING ENGLISH BUSINESS MEETING
529Siti Sumihatul UmmahTEACHING ENGLISH VOCABULARY STRATEGIES FOR CHILDREN AT KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL
530Sitti NurfaidahSusantiAbdul HalimIN SEARCH FOR REFLECTIVE ATTITUDES IN EFL NOVICE AND EXPERIENCED TEACHERS’ REFLECTION
531Sitti NurfaidahSuhartini SyukriMuthiah Hidayatun“IT’S WEIRD TO HEAR MY OWN VOICE!”: L2 LEARNERS’ REFLECTION ON THE USE OF AUDIO RECORDER APP
532Sitti NurfaidahSusantiWaode Zulhidjah AwalyahENHANCING STUDENTS’ L2 AWARENESS IN SPEAKING CLASSROOM CONTEXT THROUGH ONLINE REFLECTIVE LEARNING JOURNAL
533Sitti SahrianaBEHIND THE SCENE OF VIDEO MAKING TASK: THE PREPARATIONS, THE FEELINGS AND THE BENEFITS
534Sitti SamadiahRaidah MahirahFajar AkbarSTUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON LOAN WORD STRATEGY IN ACQUARING ENGLISH VOCABULARY IN INDONESIAN RELIGIOUS UNIVERSITY
535SiyaswatiBUILDING STUDENTS' INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION THROUGH THE USE OF LOCAL LANGUAGE
536Soni AriawanCULTURAL ASPECTS REPRESENTATION IN ENGLISH TEXTBOOK IN INDONESIA AND ITS IMPLICATION ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING AND INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE (ICC)
537Soni MirizonTEACHERS’ OF ENGLISH ASSESSMENT LITERACY: UNVEILING WHAT TEACHERS KNOW AND DO
538Sophia Fithri Al-MunawwarahTHE USE OF SCIENTIFIC APPROACH IN EFL CLASSROOM
539Sophia Fithri Al-MunawwarhTEACHER’S PERCEPTION ON THE USE OF SCIENTIFIC APPROACH IN EFL CLASSROOM
540Sri DianaMusdalifah MansurNEED ANALYSIS ON ENGLISH TEACHING MATERIALS FOR ICT STUDENTS
541Sri Endang KusmaryatiZukhairaTEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVES OF TEACHING ENGLISH TO YOUNG LEARNERS (DESCRIPTIVE STUDY AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN KUDUS)
542Sri HaryatiINVESTIGATING THE ENGLISH NEEDS OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH STUDENTS AT TERTIERY EDUCATION LEVEL: A NEED ANALYSIS OF ESP LEARNERS
543Sri Hastuti Novila Anggraini SaifulTEACHERS’ PERCEPTION ON DEVELOPING INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE (ICC); A CASE STUDY OF AN ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOL LOMBOK
544Sri MulatsihIssy YuliasriINTERPERSONAL MEANINGS OF TEACHERS' GESTURES IN READING AND WRITING CLASSES
545Sri NingsihAsriany MansyurEFFECTS OF ETHNOLINGUISTIC VITALITY PERCEPTIONS OF KONJO COMMUNITY ON LANGUAGE USE IN BULUKUMBA REGENCY OF SOUTH SULAWESI
546Sri RachmajantiHasti RahmaningtyasNova ArianiIMPROVING ICP PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS' WRITING COMPETENCES THROUGH PROCESS-ORIENTED TRAINING
547Sri RachmajantiGunadi Harry SulistyoSuharyadiCONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: TEACHERS’ VOICES
548Sri Rahayu ZeesWHAT SHOULD TEACHERS EVALUATE BEFORE HANDLING THE TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS?
549Sri RejekiDiah KristinaEMOTIONAL GEOGRAPHIES OF AN EFL TEACHER IN RURAL AREA; MALE PERSPECTIVE
550Sri WahyuniCAC MODEL TO EVALUATE TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS TECHNOLOGY USE IN THEIR EFL CLASSROOMS
551Sri Wuli FitriatiFUNCTION AND USE OF LEXICAL BUNDLES IN RESEARCH-BASED ARTICLES
552Stefanus Angga Badara PrimaTENSE AND ASPECT IN ENGLISH NARRATIVE DISCOURSE WITHIN INTERLANGUAGE PARADIGM: A CASE STUDY OF AN INDONESIAN STUDYING IN THE U.S.
553Suciana WijirahayuDEVELOPING LEARNERS’ CONFIDENCE BY EMPLOYING SELF ASSESSMENT
554Sudarya PermanaINVOLVING PEER ASSESSMENT IN TRANSLATING FROM ENGLISH INTO INDONESIAN: TOWARD EFL STUDENT EMPOWERMENT IN TRANSLATION
555SudiranSTUDENTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE USE OF TWITTER AS A LEARNING ENGLISH AID
556SudiyonoREFLECTIVE TEACHING: BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE
557Sugeng Susilo AdiKhusnul KhotimahCHALLENGES IN TEACHING ESP AT NON ENGLISH DEPARTMENTS: A CASE STUDY AT THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY, FACULTY OF EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES, STATE UNIIVERSITY OF SURABAYA
558Sugeng Susilo AdiKhusnul KhotimahCHALLENGES OF A NON ENGLISH EDUCATION GRADUATE IN TEACHING ESP: A CASE STUDY IN STATE UNIVERSITY OF SURABAYA
559SuharniAdolf BastianSiti FadillahYesi NovitasariIMPROVE THE VOCABULARY OF EARLY CHILDHOOD THROUGH SING ENGLISH SONG
560Suhartini SyukriSarjaniah ZurFOSTERING STUDENTS’ GRAMMAR COMPREHENSION THROUGH CREATING TEACHING VIDEO AND ONE SENTENCE PROJECT
561Sukardi WedaHaryanto AtmowardoyoCROSS CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING PRACTICES IN THE EFL CLASSROOM AT HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDONESIA
562SukarnoFOSTERING LEARNER AUTONOMY IN TEIL
563Sukmawati YasimRusdiahDEVELOPMENT OF READING FOR INFORMATION TEACHING MATERIALS BASED ON LOCAL WISDOM; A STUDY OF MANDAR LOCAL WISDOM
564Sultan BaaTHE STUDENT PERCEPTIONS ON THE APPLICATION OF ENDNOTE PROGRAM IN WRITING CLASS
565SunardiRaden Arief NugrohoPurwantoBudi HarjoTEACHING ENGLISH SYNTAX FOR STUDENTS WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENT USING ENGLISH SYNTATIC ANALYSER
566SuparmiGAMES INTEGRATION IN EFL WRITING CLASSROOMS: ARE YOU KIDDING?
567SupenoUSING SONGS TO IMPROVE STUDENTS' PRONUNCIATION
568Suwarsih MadyaIMPROVING STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY LEARNING THROUGH MEDIA-AIDED FADING REPETITIONS
569Syaadiah ArifinSIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES IN L1 AND L2 WRITING STRATEGIES
570Syahara Dina AmaliaENGLISH TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION TOWARD THEIR COMPETENCES REGARDING THE CURRENT STATUS OF ENGLISH
571Syamsiarna NappuSefira SalsabilaINTROVERT-EXTROVERT PERSONALITY AND CRITICAL THINKING SKILL OF STUDENTS IN SPEAKING ENGLISH
572SyamsuddinDjamaluddin Al AfganiENHANCHING SPEAKING COMPETENCE THROUGH A NEEDS ANALYSIS AND COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH
573Syarifah KurniatyTEACHER’S QUESTIONING STRATEGIES AND STUDENTS’ RESPONSE IN ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM INTERACTION
574Syarifuddin AchmadPREPARING PROSFECTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE EFL-PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS DEVELOPMENT BASED ON ‘LESSON STUDY’ AND ‘CLINICAL SUPERVISION’
575Syauqiyah Awaliyah Alfiani NurTEACHERS' ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES ON USING ICT IN ELT
576SyawalPatahuddinTRANSLANGUIGING PRACTICES; INVESTIGATING THE USE OF THE FIRST AND SECOND LANGUAGE IN EFL CLASSROOM CONTEXT
577TamrinBachrudin MusthafaIMPROVING THE STUDENTS’ EFFECTIVE READING ABILITY BY USING CONTENT AREA READING WITH STRATEGIES-BASED INSTRUCTION AT THE STATE POLYTECHNIC OF UJUNG PANDANG: A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF A MODEL
578Tantri WulandariTHE DIFFICULTIES FACED BY THE SECOND YEAR STUDENTS IN UNDERSTANDING SENTENCES AT ENGLISH DEPARTMENT OF BUNG HATTA UNIVERSITY
579Teuku ZulfikarFROM ACTIVE LEARNERS TO REFLECTIVE PRACTITIONERS: SHIFTS IN PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY
580ThohiriyahShabrina An AdzhaniTHE SIGNIFICANCE OF GETTING-TO-KNOW EACH OTHER IN ONLINE BASED LEARNING
581Tian HavwiniINDONESIAN STUDENTS’ WILLINGNESS TO COMMUNICATE IN THE 2013 CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION
582Tiara Retno HaryaniLilik Uzlifatul JannahDEVELOPING CONTEXTUAL MATERIALS FOR PRONUNCIATION PRACTICE FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
583Titi RokhayatiMODEL OF INTERCULTURAL FOR TEACHING SPEAKING IN HIGHER EDUCATION
584Titin RahmiatinAndi Rachmawati SIMPROVING STUDENTS WRITING ABILITY THROUGH CLUSTERING STRATEGY AT FIRST YEAR STUDENTS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING DEPARTMENT AT MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY OF KENDARI
585Titis Agunging TyasTANTRI: FROM ANCIENT TEMPLE TO MODERN ENGLISH CLASS
586Tobias GunasTHE SITUATION OF MANGGARAIAN LANGUAGE USE BY YOUNGSTERS IN THREE DOMAINS IN LANGKE REMBONG SUB DISTRICT
587Tomi DahlistiantoDESIGNING ENGLISH WORKSHEET TO TEACH WRITING SKILL FOR SEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS OF ISLAMIC STATE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL JAMBI TIMUR.
588Totok RiyantoCONTENT-BASED TEACHING TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY AND SPEAKING SKILLS: REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE STUDY
589ToyyibahUSING TAJWEED TO TEACH ENGLISH PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY TO INDONESIAN EFL LEARNERS
590Tri Wahyuni FloriastiEmy NurokhaniTHE USE OF VIDEO CONFERENCE IN TEACHING GENERAL ENGLISH TO IMPROVE STUDENT TEACHERS’ AWARENESS OF STUDYING
591Ubudiyah Mahdah AbuTHE DIFFERENCES OF MALE AND FEMALE STUDENTS’ LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES IN EFL CLASSROOM INTERACTION AT SMA NEGERI 11 MAKASSAR
592Ulil Amri NasiruddinMuh. HasbiChaerul MangngassaiLISTENING AND RETELLING SHORT STORIES TO IMPROVE THE STUDENTS SKILLS AND INTEREST IN SPEAKING ENGLISH
593UmarRESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING IN INDONESIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS
594Umi RokhyatiHadiyan Muhammad HarizLEARNING FROM STUDENTS’ REFLECTIONS: A STRATEGY TO DO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
595Umiyanti UmarINVESTIGATING THE CONTRIBUTION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) IN MANAGING LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
596Ummi Khaerati SyamNurdevi Bte AbdulENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING: EFL STUDENTS' STRATEGIES IN MINIMIZING FILLER IN CLASSROOM PRESENTATION
597Ummi RasyidahTHE ADEQUACY OF PORTFOLIO FOR ASSESSING EXTENSIVE READING
598Ummu HaniKisman SalijaTAKING CONTEXTUAL SCRABBLE BASED LEARNING IN IMPROVING STUDENTS' VOCABULARY IN INDONESIA STATE RELIGIOUS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
599Untung WaluyoHenny SoepriyantiTHE IMPACTS OF IN-SERVICE TEACHER PROFESSIONAL TRAINING ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS’ PEDAGOGICAL CONTENT KNOWLEDGE: INSIGHTS FROM JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS IN MATARAM, LOMBOK, INDONESIA
600Usman KasimAsnawi MuslemFaisal MustafaOVERVIEW OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS' ENGLISH PROFICIENCY IN INDONESIA
601Uswatun HasanahRidwan HamsahSTUDENTS’ PREFERENCED LEARNING STYLE AND MEDIA USE IN TEACHING ENGLISH
602Utami WidiatiNunung SuryatiNur HayatiDEVELOPING A MODULE FOR SUSTAINABLE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF NOVICE ENGLISH TEACHERS
603Utami WidiatiNur HayatiAnik Nunuk WulyaniNiamika El KhoiriDEVELOPING MATERIALS FOR SCAFFOLDING CRITICAL THINKING IN SUPPORT OF LEARNER AUTONOMY AND SCHOOL LITERACY MOVEMENT
604Uyun NisharTHE PRACTICE OF GRAMMAR PEDAGOGY IN THE INDONESIAN CONTEXT: AN INVESTIGATION OF TEACHERS’ PRACTICES AND STUDENTS’ PREFERENCES FOR FFI
605Uzlifatul Masruroh IsnawatiSURVEY ON EFL WRITING TEACHERS' BELIEFS IN EFL WRITING INSTRUCTION
606V. Luluk PrijambodoDEVELOPING ENGLISH TEACHER PROFESSIONALISM IN INDONESIA: FROM PROFESSIONAL DEMAND TO REWARD
607Veni RozaEXPERT APPRAISAL ON TEXTUAL ENHANCMENT GRAMMAR BOOK DESIGNED FOR GRAMMAR TEACHING AT IAIN BUKITTINGGI
608Victoria Usadya PalupiELT PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES DEVELOPMENT: STUDENT TEACHERS’ REFLECTION ON TEACHING PRACTICUM EXPERIENCES
609Vigo DewanggaSTRATEGY FOR REACHING DISENGAGED STUDENTS THROUGH SCRABBLE GAME: CASE STUDY IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING STUDY PROGRAM
610Vinindita CitrayasaA NEEDS ANALYSIS OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH TEACHERS ASSOCIATION FOR INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING CLASSROOM
611Vivit RosmayantiMuhamad YahrifTHE EFFECT OF ROLE-PLAY ACTIVITIES ON BEGINNER’S SPEAKING SKILL
612Wahju BandjarjaniEndang Mastuti RahayuDyah RochmawatiEVALUATING "TEFL WORKSHOP" COURSE BOOK, AS THE BASIS OF DEVELOPING COURSE MATERIALS OF TEFL WORKSHOP FOR PRE SERVICE TEACHERS : CONTENT ANALYSIS
613Wahjuningsih UsadiatiMaida NorahmiPORTFOLIO AS A STUDENT’S ASSESSMENT TOOL: LESSON LEARNED
614Wahyu Kurniati AsriSyukur SaudBurhanuddinAbd. Kasim AchmadDEFLEUR COMMUNICATION MODEL IN LEARNING SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY
615Wahyuni OktaviaTEACHERS’ INTERPERSONAL BEHAVIOR AND STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION
616Waode Ayu KartiniPangesti WiedartiINTEGRATING CRITICAL THINKING INTO ADULT LEARNERS’ SPEAKING MATERIALS: WHEN TEACHERS DEVELOP THEIR OWN MATERIALS
617WardahFACILITATING STUDENTS’ METACOGNITIVE READING STRATEGY (MRS) TO ENHANCE THEIR ENGLISH READING COMPREHENSION
618washlurachim safitriCRITICAL ANALYSIS ON THE CONTRIBUTION MADE BY STUDENT’S QUALITATIVE RESEARCH TO ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
619Wenda Marlin KakerissaTEACHING ENGLISH THROUGH LITERATURE : POE’S ANNABEL LEE RECOMMENDATION FOR CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES
620Weningtyas Parama IswariHaryanto AtmowardoyoM. Asfah RahmanSusiloMOTIVATION IN LANGUAGE LEARNING: A SURVEY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS IN SAMARINDA
621Widia ResdianaIMPLEMENTING JOINT REWRITING USING LOGISTIC TEXT FOR INFORMATICS ENGINEERING STUDENTS IN A POLYTECHNIC IN BANDUNG, INDONESIA
622Widya Rizky PratiwiINTERACTIONAL LANGUAGE USED IN EFL CLASSROOM: EXPLORING THE PHENOMENA OF MOTHER TONGUE IN INDONESIA
623Wiwik MardianaEXPERIENTIAL AND EXPRESSIVE VALUES OF EFL TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVES ON PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TEACHING BELIEFS
624Wongso Adi SaputraErwin AkibTRANSLANGUAGING IN ENGLISH AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE (EFL) CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT: A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS IN INDONESIAN UNIVERSITY
625Yan MujiyantoPRESUPPOSITION AS A TRIGGER FOR SEMATIC SHIFT IN THE ENGLISH-INDONESIAN TRANSLATION OF ACADEMIC TEXTS
626Yana QomarianaIda Ayu Made PuspaniNi Ketut Sri RahayuniMOTHER TONGUE INTERFERENCE ON EFL: THE CASE OF ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STUDENTS IN UDAYANA UNIVERSITY
627YansyahTHE IMPACT OF INDONESIAN MASSIVE ONLINE COURSE (IMOOC) ON TEACHERS’ CLASSROOM PRACTICES AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
628Yanty WirzaTEACHER AUTONOMY OF ENTRY-LEVEL ENGLISH TEACHERS
629Yapi Henri WongkarINFUSING CRITICAL THINKING INTO READING COURSE IN A TERTIARY EFL CONTEXT
630Yasmin FaraniMaria Dwi WinarniA SUSTAINABLE ROLE: TEACHER AS A MATERIALS DEVELOPER
631Yassir MallapiangSTUDENTS' MOTIVATION IN SPEAKING ENGLISH THROUGH LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION IN ENGLISH
632Yazid BasthomiLely Tri WijayantiMaria HidayatiUSAGE OF ENGLISH TENSE: BETWEEN TEMPORAL AND RHETORICAL ENDS
633YeliaTHE EFFECT OF USING AUGMENTED REALITY MEDIA ON STUDENTS' READING COMPREHENSION OF SMA N 12 KOTA JAMBI
634YeliaDony EfrizaTHE DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH SPEAKING INSTRUCTIONAL MODEL OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BASED ON COOPERATIVE LEARNING APPROACH (CLA)
635Yenny RahmawatiTEACHERS' PERSPECTIVE ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH IN INDONESIAN CLASSROOMS
636Yohanes Heri PranotoSheilla Noveta AsmaruddinHOW TO MAKE INDONESIAN NURSING STUDENTS WRITE AN ENGLISH ESSAY
637Yohanes Nugroho WidiyantoSHAPING PRE-SERVICE ENGLISH TEACHERS’ PROFESIONAL IDENTITIES: A NARRATIVE INQUIRY INTO A MICRO TEACHING CLASS
638Yonathan WinardiMeicky S.PanggabeanDEVELOPING A TEACHING MODULE AS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
639Yosefina Helenora JemYustus Sentus HalumLINGUISTIC FEATURES OF WOMEN'S LANGUAGE USED BY WOMEN IN DAILY INTERACTION
640Yosefina Rosdiana SuTEACHING ENGLISH IN PRE-SCHOOL AND THE CHALLENGES OF GETTING IT RIGHT: EXPLORING THE ISSUES OF TEACHING ENGLISH FOR YOUNG LEARNERS IN LOCAL CONTEXT OF RUTENG,FLORES, EAST NUSA TENGGARA OF INDONESIA
641Yuanita Tri SapdaniBUILDING TACHERS’ COLLABORATIVE PLANNING CULTURE THROUGH PROJECT BASED LEARNING
642Yulia Nur EkawatiNoeris MeiristianiAnin Eka SulistyawatiIMPLEMENTING PROJECT-BASED LEARNING (PBL) AND ITS EFFECTS ON STUDENTS’ LISTENING SKILL
643Yulini RinantantiSaidna Zulfiqar Bin-TahirPERCEPTION OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN PAPUA TOWARDS THEIR EFL TEACHERS COMPETENCE
644Yuni Budi LestariLOCAL CULTURAL PRACTICES IN TEACHER AGENTIC RESPONSES TO ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (EFL): A LESSON LEARNED FROM INDONESIA
645Yuslaili NingsihREPETITION TECHNIQUE TO IMPROVE ENGLISH STUDENTS LISTENING COMPREHENSION
646Yusuf Al AriefFatchul Mu'inMAXIM OF CONVERSATION FLOUTING AND CHARACTER BUILDING IN ENGLISH TEACHING AND LEARNING
647YuzadiIMPROVING STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION BY USING PAIRED STORYTELLING AT SMP NEGERI 6 KERINCI
648Zulfadli A. AzizA PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS ON TYPES AND REASONS OF FLOUTING MAXIMS PERFORMED BY ALFI CHARACTER IN THE GUYS MOVIE
649Zulidyana Dwi RusnalasariPratiwi RetnaningdyahRetno Danu RusmawatiVALUES, ICONS AND THE CULTURAL CONSTRUCTION OF INDONESIAN VIEWERS
650Zulkifli AkhmadWawan Rianto PohaMULTIMEDIA INTERACTIVE LEARNING (EMI LEARNING) FOR GORONTALO STUDENTS
651Zuria KausariSOCIAL COMPETENCIES OF TEACHERS OF ENGLISH AT MAN 3 PALEMBANG
652Zusana E. PudyastutiJozua Ferjanus PalandiSELF-REFLECTION OF TEACHER READINESS IN IMPLEMENTING ENGLISH AS MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION

Poster

No.Main AuthorSecond AuthorThird AuthorTitle
1Andrew StokesFINDING AN EFFECTIVE ONLINE PLACEMENT TEST
2Arny Irhani AsminRahmawati Upa'BOOSTING CHILDREN’S PASSION IN READING THROUGH THE PROJECT “LEARNING STATION COMMUNITY”
3Endah Yulia RahayuGunadi Harry SulistyoFACTORS AFFECTING RATERS’ RATING OF ESSAY WRITING
4Khairunnisa HattaIka Merdeka SariCREATIVE ACTIVITIES (ICA) AND READING TEXT HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS (READTHOTS) APPLICATION IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (ELT): EFFECTS AND CHALLENGE
5Muna MuhammadENGLISH TEACHERS’ AWARENESS ON PEDAGOGICAL CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (PCK) FOR TEACHER SUSTAINABLE PROFESSIONALISM
6Nora Ronita DewiFarida Hanim SaragihRikaTHE USE OF CARTOON STORY MAKER AS DIGITAL MEDIA IN ISLAMIC PRIMARY SCHOOL BUNAYYA MEDAN

Teachers' Session

NoMain AuthorSecond AuthorTitle
1Agatha Rus WinarniBakti UtamiTHE IMPACTS OF COLLABORATIVE LESSON PLANNING (CLP) ON THE IMPLEMENTATIONS OF 21ST CENTURY LANGUAGE LEARNING IN THE CLASSROOM
2Andi Patimah Ramarh ApdyAndi AsrifanTHE CHINESE MIME GAME IN TEACHING VOCABULARY ON EFL CLASSROOM
3AnidaAndi PatmasariENGAGING STUDENTS IN SPEAKING THROUGH CREATING VIDEO
4Ayu AstrianiWa UkaraSTUDENTS' SELF-MADE VIDEO IN IMPROVING THEIR SPEAKING FLUENCY
5BJ PratiwiRini NuryantiTHE IMPACT OF SCHOOL POLICY: SMARTPHONE USAGE ON STUDENTS LEARNING ENGLISH
6Dwi ErnilaENLARGING VOCABULARY TO IMPROVE WRITING DESCRIPTIVE TEXT OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS USING SPIDER CONCEPT MAP
7Erah ApriyantiMade Herry SantosaNURTURING PROBLEM-SOLVING LIFE SKILL TO GENERATION Z ENGLISH STUDENTS USING 3RD WORLD FARMER ONLINE GAME
8Hanswaty NohoEXPANDING SUPPLEMENTARY ENGLISH READING MATERIALS FOR VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
9Herawati AbuhaerUSING HYPNOTEACHING METHOD TO IMPROVE LEARNING MOTIVATION AND SPEAKING SKILL OF THE STUDENTS OF SMAN 20 PANGKEP
10Ima MasofaNova AlfiLaili RahmahIMPLEMENTING VLOG FOR INNOVATION ELT PRACTICES
11Iwan WijayaINCREASING TEACHER COMPETENCE RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
12KurniaCOMBINING TIME TOKEN TECHNIQUE WITH YOUTUBE VIDEO TO INCREASE STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN SPEAKING
13Mansye SekewaelIMPLEMENTING HOT POTATOES PROGRAM IN UNDERSTANDING ANALYTICAL EXPOSTION TEXT BASED ON MOLUCCAN CONTENT
14Masitoh OktaviaPOLITENESS STRATEGIES IN DIRECTIVE SPEECH ACTS IN A SHORT MOVIE "MIND YOUR LANGUAGE"
15Mely SapaTHE USING OF STORYTELLING IN ENCOURAGING STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION IN ENGLISH LEARNING
16MusdalifahENGLISH FOR SOCIAL STUDIES
17SalasiahKhairil UsmanTECHNOLOGY TOOLS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING: WORLDWIDE EXPERIENCES AND LESSONS FOR INDONESIA
18SuyadiHusnainiAN ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ WRITING SKILLS IN RECOUNT TEXT AT THE EIGHTH GRADE STUDENTS OF SMP NEGERI 2 KOTA JAMBI
19Yuna Puteri KadarismanIMPLEMENTING THE 21ST-CENTURY LEARNING FRAMEWORK THROUGH A PROJECT-BASED LEARNING APPROACH

Workshop

NoMain AuthorSecond AuthorTitle
1Agust Furniawan KiramaPROMOTING VOLUNTARY READING FOR YOUNG LEARNERS THROUGH A WEB-BASED READING TOOL: AN IDEA FOR PARENTS
2Andi SamsurijalTERMINOLOGY AND CONTEXTUAL APPROACHES; ARE THEY AVAILABLE FOR ESP CLASS?
3Angela LloydRoslina SawitriTHE IMPLICATIONS OF ELF-INFORMED PEDAGOGY FOR TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, CLASSROOM PRACTICE AND ASSESSMENT.
4Budi Tiara NovitasariPuji Sri RahayuFACILITATING INTERACTIVE CLASSROOM INTERACTION USING FREE ONLINE APPLICATIONS
5Cynthia Yolanda DossTRANSFORMING CLASSROOMS: EMPOWERING AND NURTURING THINKING CULTURES
6Eny SyatrianaFISHBONE MAP AND WRITING ACHIEVEMENT OF EFL STUDENTS OF UNISMUH MAKASSAR
7Erica BalazsUNDERSTANDING TEST DEVELOPMENT FOR PRACTICAL CLASSROOM USE: A PRACTICAL LOOK AT THE APTIS TEST SPECIFICATIONS
8Farida Repelita Waty KembarenMardiah Mawar KembarenAN ANALYSIS OF TRANSLATION TECHNIQUES AND IDEOLOGY IN HIKAYAT HANG TUAH
9JulianaTEACHERS’ VOICE: THE IMPORTANCE OF NEEDS ASSESSMENT IN ENGLISH TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
10Mark O'SullivanCLASSROOM BASED ASSESSMENT FOR PRODUCTIVE SKILLS
11Mayang Sastra SumardiUNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVE ON WRITING SCIENTIFIC PAPER FOR PUBLICATION IN ONE OF PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN JAMBI
12Neni OktavianiPARENTS’ ROLE TOWARD THEIR BILINGUAL KINDERGARTEN CHILDREN’S LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN EVFIA LAND SCHOOL
13Noer Jihad SalehLINGUISTIC DIFFICULTIES EXPERIENCED BY STUDENTS OF ENGLISH DEPARTMENT OF HASANUDDIN UNIVERSITY IN TRANSLATING ENGLISH TEXT INTO INDONESIAN
14Nuria MufidahHardonoENHANCING VOCABULARY LEARNING USING ONLINE MULTIPLAYER EXERCISE
15Nurul Rezki AwaliahMuhammad HasbiHEDONISTIC LIFESTYLE IN ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S THE SUN ALSO RISES
16Rizki Diliarti ArmayaUli Agustina GultomTHE INTERFERENCE OF NATIVE LANGUAGE IN WRITTEN ENGLISH OF STUDENTS’ ASSIGNMENTS
17Siti MukminatunGOOGLE CLASSROM AS ONE OF THE ALTERNATIVES FOR ASSISTING TEACHING LISTENING IN THE SECOND LANGUAGE
18Siti MukminatunUSING GOOGLE CLASSROOM IN ENHANCING STUDENTS’ LISTENING PROFICIENCY
19Yulia KomalasariTHE EFFECT OF USING TASK BASED LEARNING IN TEACHING SIMPLE PAST TENSE TOWARD EIGHT GRADE STUDENTS’ AT SMP NEGERI 5 KOTA JAMBI IN ACADEMIC YEAR 2011/2012