Section 1
Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Section 2
Intercultural awareness: City, culture & language
Section 3
Language teaching in tertiary education: Towards educating fully-fledged global communicators
Section 4
Managing Language Centres
Section 5
Prevailing trends in teaching adult learners: Andragogy 2.0
Section 6
Specialist knowledge and LSP: Focusing on professionalization
Section 7
The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition

Wednesday

5th September 2018

12:00-14:00
Lecture Hall
ARRIVAL & REGISTRATION
14:00-15:30
Pre-conference workshops
NULTE MEETING - ROOM 123
An Introduction to CLIL: Helping teachers understand what it is and what it is not
María del Carmen Arau Ribeiro
Room 121
GELS: Global Engineers Language Skills
David Tual, Katarzyna Lanucha
Room 125
The role of language teaching in HE in a multilingual world
Thomas Vogel
Room 126
Writing an article for an academic journal
Rebecca Walter
Room 127
15:30-16:00 COFFEE & TEA BREAK
16:00-18:30 Coordinating Committee Meeting (Room 051)
19:00 RECEPTION for CC and workshops participants

Thursday

6th September 2018

8:00-9:30 Morning sport activities for all participants*
9:00-10:00
Lecture Hall
ARRIVAL & REGISTRATION
COFFEE & TEA
10:00-10:15 WELCOME
10:15-11:00 PLENARY 1: M. Sc. Eng. Jens Ocksen, Management in the VUCA world (ROOM 4)
11:05-11:25
The Duke of Wellington rides to the rescue - a tale of language learning paths and professional angst
Robert Hollingsworth, University of Tampere, FI
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Student Interest in the ‘Global’ and ‘Local’ in English for Academic Purposes Modules in a HE Setting
Anna Nunan, University College Dublin, Ireland
Section 2 ROOM 2 Intercultural awareness: City, culture & language
Researching the impact of an L1-based peer-facilitated discussion initiative on international students’ learning experience: fostering skill development
Stéphanie O’Riordan, Catherine Jeanneau, University of Limerick
Section 3 ROOM 3 Language teaching in tertiary education: Towards educating fully-fledged global communicators
University language policies and internationalisation - Any Role for the Language Centre?
Heidi Rontu, Aalto University,
Section 4 ROOM 8 Managing Language Centres
Attitudes and beliefs of lecturers regarding learning how to write and writing to learn an additional language
Petra Gekeler, Stephan Meyer, University of Basel (CH), Stefanie Neuner-Anfindsen, University of Fribourg (CH)
Section 6 ROOM 4 Specialist knowledge and LSP: Focusing on professionalization
11:30-11:50
Portfolio assessment as a tool for enhancing learners’ motivation
Kateřina Sedláčková, Masaryk University, The Czech Republic
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Consciousness raising tasks: To develop learners’ reflective attitude
Noriko Nagai, Ibaraki University, Japan
Section 2 ROOM 2 Intercultural awareness: City, culture & language
Personal branding in an elevator - developing job search pitch skills in tertiary level Business English pedagogy
Jolanta Łącka-Badura, University of Economics in Katowice
Section 3 ROOM 3 Language teaching in tertiary education: Towards educating fully-fledged global communicators
The ‘global graduate’ and the role of Language Centres
Jocelyn Wyburd, University of Cambridge, UK
Section 4 ROOM 8 Managing Language Centres
A structured programme of language tuition and international exchange – 20 year’s experience of the European Studies programme of Manchester Medical School
Mirosława Tandyrak, John Morley The University of Manchester
Section 6 ROOM 4 Specialist knowledge and LSP: Focusing on professionalization
12:00-13:00 LUNCH BREAK
13:00-13:45 PLENARY 2: Dr Sarah Breslin, Strengthening European collaboration in language education – the role of the ECML (ROOM 4)
13:50-14:10
Mutual recognition of certification systems: The case of SERMO and ACLES
Julia Zabala-Delgado, Universitat Politècnica de València, Barbara Sawicka, PUT, Poland
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
eTandem pre-mobility project: reflections on an awarded and multi-annual experience
Lisa Griggio, Edit Rózsavölgyi, University of Padua, Italy
Section 2 ROOM 2 Intercultural awareness: City, culture & language
University Language Strategy in Practice – a Translator’s Perspective
William Hellberg, Pia Hirvonen, Vilja Pitkänen, Aalto University
Section 3 ROOM 3 Language teaching in tertiary education: Towards educating fully-fledged global communicators
How Mission Statements Contribute to Quality Development at University Language Centres
Irmgard Wanner, Universität Leipzig
Section 4 ROOM 8 Managing Language Centres
How reflective journal writing supports the threshold concept of BELF and contributes to transformational learning
Marise Lehto, Turku University
Section 6 ROOM 4 Specialist knowledge and LSP: Focusing on professionalization
14:15-14:35
The impact of certification systems on teaching and testing
Helena Šajgalíková, UNIcert®LUCE | FAJ EU v Bratislave Nicole Wolder, UNIcert®| ZESS Uni Göttingen
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Building bridges: Fostering learners’ multilingual and multicultural repertoire in higher-education language classes
Aminia Brüggemann, Elisabeth Paliot, University of Lausanne
Section 2 ROOM 2 Intercultural awareness: City, culture & language
Towards forming global communicators in tertiary education: the role of ‘The Erasmus+ Programme’
Marlena Iwona Bielak, Stanisław Staszic University of Applied Sciences in Piła, Poland
Section 3 ROOM 3 Language teaching in tertiary education: Towards educating fully-fledged global communicators
Twenty years of unit development discussions – lessons learned
Sinikka Karjalainen, Ulla-Kristiina Tuomi, University of Helsinki, Finland
Section 4 ROOM 8 Managing Language Centres
Utilizing Creative Writing Techniques on an English Writing Course for Doctoral Students
Pia Eriksson, University of Lapland, Finland
Section 6 ROOM 4 Specialist knowledge and LSP: Focusing on professionalization
14:40-15:00
UNILANG – A case-study from the UK
Catherine Chabert, Cardiff University, UK
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Fostering linguistic awareness in multilingual business communication courses
Eeva Boström, University of Turku, Finland
Section 2 ROOM 2 Intercultural awareness: City, culture & language
Increasing Engagement and Knowledge Acquisition - Get in the Back Seat and Let the Students Drive!
Wendy Bell, Europa-University Viadrina
Section 3 ROOM 3 Language teaching in tertiary education: Towards educating fully-fledged global communicators
What Are Language Centres For?
Libor Stepanek, Masaryk University, The Czech Republic
Section 4 ROOM 8 Managing Language Centres
Dutch for foreign dentists
Berna de Boer, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Section 6 ROOM 4 Specialist knowledge and LSP: Focusing on professionalization
15:05-15:25
SELF -Système d’Evaluation en Langues à visée Formative - : perspectives on conception and validation
Cristiana Cervini, University of Bologna Monica Masperi, University of Grenoble Alpes
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Shared leadership as a management practice in Finnish university language centres
Antti Hildén, University of Tampere Finland
Section 4 ROOM 8 Managing Language Centres
How students learn academic writing autonomously
Åsa Mickwitz, Marja Suojala, University of Helsinki
Section 6 ROOM 4 Specialist knowledge and LSP: Focusing on professionalization
15:30-16:00 COFFEE & TEA BREAK
16:00-16:20
Personalising feedback through computer-based language tests to promote learner involvement
Elena Anna Maria Gandini, University of Central Lancashire, Tania Horák, University of Central Lancashire
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
“Scientific writing in English is new to me”: University students’ reflections on self-efficacy and writing skills
Laura Mendoza, Aalto University, Tuula Lehtonen, University of Helsinki,
Section 5 ROOM 3 Prevailing trends in teaching adult learners: Andragogy 2.0
Facebook, Cell Phones, and Google: What social technology can teach us about how to better engage our students.
Peggy Kendall, Bethel University
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
16:00-16:55
WORKSHOP
Taking the foreign out of language teaching: pedagogies for multilingual contexts
Lourdes Hernández-Martín, Peter Skrandies London School of Economics & Political Science
Section 2 ROOM 2 Intercultural awareness: City, culture & language
WORKSHOP
Mediation as one of the core skills of (future) academics. Consequences for language teaching in higher education
Marianne Broermann, Nicole Wolder, University of Göttingen
Section 6 ROOM 4 Specialist knowledge and LSP: Focusing on professionalization
16:25-16:45
The validation of the listening comprehension test tasks in the Certificate of English for Primary Teachers
Margherita Pelleriti University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Factic or Phatic?
Andrea Koblizkova, University of Pardubice, The Czech Republic
Section 5 ROOM 3 Prevailing trends in teaching adult learners: Andragogy 2.0
Traditional Literacy Practices in the Digital Age: Multimodal Approaches to Teaching Academic Skills
Peter McDonald, J.F.Oberlin University, Japan
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
16:50-17:10
The development of a language assessment in the medical domain at level C1
Jeroen van Engen, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Understanding Challenges of Writing for Research
Christine Horton, University of Tampere, Finland
Section 5 ROOM 3 Prevailing trends in teaching adult learners: Andragogy 2.0
The UniOn! APP: a smart tool to learn local culture and language
Cristiana Cervini, Antonella Valva, University of Bologna Joana Cortez-Smyth , Anabela Fernandes, University of Coimbra Ville Jakkula, University of Lapland Karolina Ruta, Adam Mickiewicz University
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
17:00-18:00
FG Autonomy – ROOM 13 (55 min)
FG Translation – ROOM 12 (55 min)
17:00-17:55
WORKSHOP
International language qualifications for the internationalisation of higher education
Eliza Hetkowska, Bartosz Brzoza, British Council, Poland
Section 2 ROOM 2 Intercultural awareness: City, culture & language
17:00-17:20
A Case Study on Spanish for Medicine
Joaquín Ruano Universität Zürich
Section 6 ROOM 4 Specialist knowledge and LSP: Focusing on professionalization
17:15-17:35
Millennials write dissertations: The language instructor in a new role of a writing coach
Anna Ekert-Centowska University of Zurich, Switzerland
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Individual differences in accredited vs. non-accredited tandem language learning
Katia Carraro, Université Fribourg
Section 5 ROOM 3 Prevailing trends in teaching adult learners: Andragogy 2.0
The design of a neurosensory stimulation and training course at the Language Centre of UPV ( Spain)
Cristina Perez-Guillot, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
17:25-17:45
Technical and Interpersonal Communication Prioritization in Engineering ESP
Eric Koenig, Technische Hochschule Nürnberg, Katherine Guertler, Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg
Section 6 ROOM 4 Specialist knowledge and LSP: Focusing on professionalization
17:40-18:00
Cooperating in developing language skills in the academic context
Carmen Argondizzo, Vanessa Marcella, Maria I. Sasso, University of Calabria
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
The dark side of digitalization: How to build on worries and fears
Janne Niinivaara, University of Helsinki
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
17:40-18:35
WORKSHOP
Reverse integration course for employers. The workplace as language learning environment
Maaike van Utrecht, Onno ter Haar, Radboud in´to Languages, the Netherlands
Section 5 ROOM 3 Prevailing trends in teaching adult learners: Andragogy 2.0
18:00-18:55
WORKSHOP
Building communicative competence in language learning and teaching: Creativity, autonomy and the role of face-to-face interaction
Ewa Wapinska, University of Oslo, Norway
Section 3 ROOM 2 Language teaching in tertiary education: Towards educating fully-fledged global communicators
18:00-19:00
FG LP – ROOM 13 (55 min)
FG CLIL - ROOM 12 (55min)
18:05-18:25
Towards communication competence with student-centered digital learning environments
Katariina Hollanti, Janne Niinivaara, Tuuli Nilsson, University of Helsinki
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
19:30 CONCERT & RECEPTION - GET TOGETHER PARTY

Friday

7th September 2018

8:00-9:30 Morning sport activities for all participants*
9:00-10:00
Lecture Hall
ARRIVAL & REGISTRATION
COFFEE & TEA
FG LT&A – ROOM 13 (55mins)
FG Management and Leadership – ROOM 12 (55mins)
10:00-10:45 PLENARY 3: Prof. Mike Mayor, The global Scale of English Learning Objectives for Professional English (ROOM 4)
10:50-11:10
Quality Assurance within the NULTE Framework
Yves Bardière, Johann Fischer, Cristina Pérez Guillot
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Evolving roles of the teacher in a guided autonomous learning environment.
Raphaël Noir University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
Oxford Debate as a formal type of discussion
Liliana Szczuka-Dorna, Katarzyna Matuszak, Poznan University of Technology, Poland
Section 5 ROOM 3 Prevailing trends in teaching adult learners: Andragogy 2.0
10:50-11:40
WORKSHOP
How can Academic Phrasebank be used as a teaching resource?
John Morley, The University of Manchester
Section 3 ROOM 4 Language teaching in tertiary education: Towards educating fully-fledged global communicators
WORKSHOP
Accreditation: a commodity or a journey towards excellence?
Ludka Kotarska Eaquals
Section 4 ROOM 7 Managing Language Centres
11:15-11:35
Scenario-based testing in a university context
Johann Fischer Yves Bardière Laurent Rouveyrol
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Holding up a mirror to feedback
Ruben Comadina Granson, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Section 5 ROOM 3 Prevailing trends in teaching adult learners: Andragogy 2.0
New digital approaches in language teaching: a case study from Aalto University
Pasi Puranen, Pauli Kudel, Aalto University
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
11:40-12:00
CLIL in Tourism Vocational Education and Training
Maria Altina Almeida, ReCLes Portugal
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
How is student success affected by online self-management in foreign language courses?
Kaisa Alenen, Susan Gamache, Christine Horton, Tiina Männikkö, University of Tampere, FI
Section 5 ROOM 3 Prevailing trends in teaching adult learners: Andragogy 2.0
The doors to digitalized teaching
Janne Niinivaara, Kari K. Pitkänen, Kirsi Wallinheimo, University of Helsinki
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
11:50-12:10
Japanese EFL student perception of note-taking and the effects of note-taking instruction
Yoko Kusumoto J.F.Oberlin University, Japan
Section 3 ROOM 4 Language teaching in tertiary education: Towards educating fully-fledged global communicators
SAC reloaded – managing the shift of autonomous learning beyond the self-access centre
Alessandra Magni, Luisa Sartirana, Ateneo Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy
Section 4 ROOM 7 Managing Language Centres
12:00-13:00 LUNCH BREAK
13:00-13:45
PLENARY 4: Prof. Krystyna Droździał-Szelest, Developing critical thinking skills of ESP/EAP students – ROOM 4
PLENARY 5: Prof. Katarzyna Karpińska-Szaj, Les étudiants en situation de handicap en cours de langue étrangère – ROOM 1
13:50-14:45
WORKSHOP
Resources and devices to promote reflective attitudes toward their profession
Maria Gabriela Schmidt, Noriko Nagai, Naoyuki Naganuma, Gregory Birch
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
WORKSHOP
Radboud Academic communication Digital (RAD) tool
Caro Struijke, Radboud in’to Languages, The Netherlands
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
WORKSHOP
Developing critical thinking skills of ESP/EAP students
Anna M. Domińska, Krystyna Droździał-Szelest UAM, Poznan
Section 3 ROOM 4 Language teaching in tertiary education: Towards educating fully-fledged global communicators
WORKSHOP
Workshop Strategy versus market: Course planning for students, staff, and alumni from two universities
Sabina Schaffner, Language Center of UZH and ETH, Zurich
Section 4 ROOM 7 Managing Language Centres
14:50-15:10
Online self-access learning: a work in progress
Alessandra Marazzi, Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
14:50-15:45
WORKSHOP
Inter-everything for students and teachers – Making the most of a world in motion
María del Carmen Arau Ribeiro Polytechnic of Guarda, Portugal
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
WORKSHOP
Communicatively competent academics: from assessment to upport
Edith Schouten, Eefje Cadée, Radboud in’to Languages, The Netherlands
Section 3 ROOM 4 Language teaching in tertiary education: Towards educating fully-fledged global communicators
WORKSHOP
Working at a Language Centre keeping the balance
Anje M.Dijk, University of Groningen
Section 4 ROOM 7 Managing Language Centres
15:30-16:00 COFFEE & TEA BREAK
16:00-16:20
Conceptualising a model for assessment in CLIL
Mark deBoer Akita International University, Japan
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
From webcasting to webinars: applying a flipped approach and microlearning
Diane Pilkinton-Pihko, Jaana Suviniitty, Aalto University
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
16:00-18:30 GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING (GAM) - ROOM 4
16:25-16:45
Analyzing CLIL methodology regarding a CLIL teacher’s role
Agnieszka Borowiak I Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Tadeusza Kościuszki w Koninie, PL
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Recognition of Prior Learning: Test or Assess?
Diane Pilkinton-Pihko, Jaana Suviniitty, Aalto University
Section 7 ROOM 8 The fourth Industrial Revolution in the classroom: The role of elearning and new media in language acquisition
16:50-17:10
Academic essay writing in CLIL: generating synergy between EAP and disciplinary courses
Eva Braidwood University of Oulu, Finland
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
16:50-17:45
WORKSHOP
Individualised CPD: challenge or a curse
Ania Kolbuszewska, Eaquals
Section 4 ROOM 8 Managing Language Centres
17:15-17:35
ESP, CLIL or soft-skill based syllabus?
Alena Hradilová, Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
19:30 CONCERT & GALA DINNER

Saturday

8th September 2018

8:00-9:30 Morning sport activities for all participants*
9:00-10:00
Lecture Hall
ARRIVAL & REGISTRATION
COFFEE & TEA
FG LSP – ROOM 13 (55 min)
FG Multilingualism – ROOM 12 (55 min)
10:00-10:45
PLENARY 6: Prof. Ray Satchell, University Language Centres - Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats in changing and challenging times (ROOM 4)
PLENARY 7: Prof. Mirosław Pawlak, Grammar instruction in the foreign language classroom: The importance of context, approach and individual learner variables (ROOM 1)
10:50-11:10
A customized foreign language course programme – from needs analysis to implementation
Dorota Żarnowska, Poznan University of Technology, Poland
Section 1 ROOM 1 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
Towards a bilingual university: helping staff to develop communicative competence in English
Jitka Hlouskova, Pavel Brebera Language Centre, University of Pardubice, The Czech Republic
Section 2 ROOM 2 Intercultural awareness: City, culture & language
Developing communicative competence in tertiary education students: Teaching interpersonal skills - a must or a gimmick?
Artur Urbaniak Poznan University of Technology, Poland
Section 3 ROOM 3 Language teaching in tertiary education: Towards educating fully-fledged global communicators
Negotiation of identities of HE language teachers
Donata Puntil Centre-King’s College London, UK
Section 1 ROOM 4 Facing new challenges in foreign language teaching: Millennials on the threshold
11:15-12:00 CERCLES TALK: Dr. Jocelyn Wyburd, Nick Byrne, David Tual, Prof. Ray Satchel (ROOM 4)
12:00-13:00 POSTER SESSION
13:00-13:45 PLENARY 8: Prof. Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, On the importance of being multilingual (ROOM 4)
14:00-14:15 CLOSING CEREMONY (ROOM 4)
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