Symposium 2020 Schedule and Video Links

 TimeFriday, May 8, 2020Links to videos
 8:30-9:00 AM Joining, registration & virtual coffeeVideo
 9:00-9:15Welcome and Symposium Opening
 9:15-10:30 Prof. Jim CumminsReversing Underachievement among Multilingual Students: Whole School Instructional Strategies for Identity Affirmation and Academic Success Abstract

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10:30-11.00Coffee break and poster session  


 11:00-12:30



Presentation Session-1A

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11:00-11:20 1. Yecid Ortega “Teacher, ¿Puedo Hablar en Español?” A Reflection on Plurilingualism and Translanguaging from an international perspective AbstractVideo
11:20-11:40 2. Elena Danilina & Linda Ward Implementing Plurilingual Pedagogies in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Programs AbstractVideo
11:40-12:00 3. Yulia Smirnova Discoursal identity construction in English language learners’ graduate personal statements AbstractVideo
12:00-12:20 4. Yasmeen Hakooz Investigating Identity, Language Practices and Schooling Experiences of Canadian-born Muslim Students in Ontario  Post-Secondary Schools AbstractVideo

11:00-12:30



Presentation Session-1B

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 Title

11:00-11:201. Kate Paterson Literacy as digital media practice: Home language use among refugee and immigrant-background youth in Ontario secondary schools AbstractVideo
11:20-11:40 2. Heejin Song &  Jacqueline Ng Empowering ELLs’ intellectual, linguistic and cultural growth through multiliteracies pedagogy in an EAP blended course AbstractVideo
11:40-12:00 3. Katie Brubacher The emotion of learning: Enabling newcomers with emerging print literacy to research each other AbstractVideo
12:00-12:20 4. Cristina Guerrero, Megan Ramsay, Arpita Ghosal & Jennifer SkiltonAn exploration of a reciprocal professional learning model among elementary students and educators focused on Comprehensive Literacy AbstractVideo
 12:30-1:30 Lunch break and poster session
 

 1:30-3:00


Presentation Session-2A

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 Title

01:30-01:50 1.Qian Wu

Learning L2 Chinese in Study Abroad Residence Hall and Homestay: Two Case Studies Abstract

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01:50-02:10 2. Sophia Bello Enquête sur le profil linguistique des étudiants fondée sur l’apprentissage collaboratif AbstractVideo
02:10-02:30 3. Erica Swyers Investigating German Textbook Dialogues through their Audio Formats AbstractVideo
02:30-02:50 4. Adriana Soto-Corominas & Ana García-Allén Asymmetry between Attitudes and Performance in the Spanish Foreign Language Flipped Classroom AbstractVideo

1:30-3:00


Presentation Session-2B

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01:30-01:50 1. Natalie Killick Intercultural Film Comprehension: A Reception Study AbstractVideo
01:50-02:10 2. Shaden Samir Attia Globalization and Education: Discrimination and Privilege AbstractVideo
02:10-02:30 3. Le Chen International students negotiating discourses of deficit, difference, and diversity in the Canadian EAP context AbstractVideo
02:30-2:50 4. Sardar Anwaruddin Social Distancing and the Stickiness of Bodies in Language Pedagogy AbstractVideo
Time Saturday, May 9, 2020


Links to videos
 9:00-9:15 AM Joining & virtual coffee

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 9:15-10:30 Prof. Bernd Rüschoff The CEFR Descriptors for Online Interaction and Digital Tools in the Language Classroom Abstract
 10:30-11.00 Coffee break and poster session 
 

11:00-12:30

Presentation Session-3A 





 Presenter  

 Title 

11:00-11:20 1. Fatemeh Hasiri & Mohammad Falhasiri Dynamic written corrective feedback AbstractVideo
11:20-11:402. Hyeyoon Cho Synchronous web-based collaborative  writing: How do small-group peer interactions influence the production of debate summaries? AbstractVideo
11:40-12:00  3. Injung Wi Learning new words from a TED Talk: When to switch on/off the subtitles? AbstractVideo
12:00-12:20  4. Yuliya Desyatova  Implementing Language Proficiency Standards through Portfolio Assessment: New Old Perspectives AbstractVideo

11:00-12:30

Presentation Session-3B

 

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 Title 

11:00-11:20 

1. Hamidreza Moeini & Muhammad Reza Shalizar 

 Investigating the potentials of computerized dynamic  assessment in teaching and assessing critical thinking to undergraduate students Abstract

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11:20-11:40  2. Olga Tararova Leadership seminars as a new tool in promoting participation and deepening student knowledge AbstractVideo
11:40-12:00  3. Danielle Freitas Using Mixed Methods Methodology in Language Teacher Education – The Way  Forward? AbstractVideo
 12:00-12:20  4. Yaseen Ali Communities: Reflections on a drop-in program for graduate students and postdocs AbstractVideo
 12:30-1:30Sharing, reflecting and future possibilities (virtual wine & cheese)