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Learning and Teaching Languages Symposium 2014

Links to Posters and Presentations

The Learning and Teaching Languages Symposium 2014

Posters

Author(s) Name(s)

Institution Title of Poster

CANTESOL

CANTESOL

About Canterbury CANTESOL

Jocelyn Howard, Rachel Martin, & Adele Scott

University of Canterbury

In and beyond the classroom: An evaluation of tools for language teaching and learning

Karyn Dunn

University of Canterbury

Japanese Language Education in NZ Secondary Schools from 2005 to 2012

Leona Harris & Rocio Robles

University of Canterbury

Christchurch Language Café

Marie-Eve Therrien

Rudolf Steiner School

Supporting bilingualism and biliteracy for the Spanish speaking community in Christchurch

Toni Torepe

University of Canterbury

Strategies used to enhance language learning on line

Una Cunningham University of Canterbury How to flip the language classroom

Sharing Practice Presentations

Author(s) Name(s)

Institution

Title of Presentation

Angela Bland

Riccarton High School

"Thank you so much Miss, I've made some new friends."  Supporting Filipino community at Riccarton High School

Fiona Bamford &
Susan Johnson

Lincoln High School

Languages in a MLE

Geoff Bland

Private Practice

A missing link: ‘Component’ reading skills and language awareness practice using short academic passages

Judith Anthony

Aidanfield Christian School

One teacher’s practical approach to including multicultural families in their students’ learning

Katherine Bennett

Hilmorton High School

Differentiation in multi-level classes

Margie Askin-Jarden

University of Canterbury

NZ curriculum decision making: Considering the needs of English language learners

Masayoshi Ogino

University of Canterbury

Designing collaborative language learning opportunities favourable for a Community of Practice

Rachel Austen

Lincoln High School

Teaching and learning Asian languages

Toni Torepe

University of Canterbury

Isn’t technology meant to make things easier? The use of on line assessment tools to assess language proficiency

Victoria Escaip University of Canterbury The importance of teaching phrasal vocabularly to second language learners

Research Presentations


Author(s) Name(s)

Institution

Title of Presentation

Leona Harris

University of Canterbury

Social engagement creates the physiology for language learning

Heperi Harris

CPIT

Kīorahi kupu: The evolution of playing terms within the sport

Jocelyn Howard

University of Canterbury

Sleeping policemen: The impact of school principals on languages education in New Zealand’s low decile schools

Janinka Greenwood &
Una Cunningham

University of Canterbury

Old dogs, new tricks: A dialogue about ‘senior’ language learning

Vera Leier

University of Canterbury

Using social media for teaching languages

Gaylene Price

University of Canterbury

A question of leadership: Who is leading the learning of English language learners?

Juliet Fry

University of Canterbury

Shifting approaches, shifting thinking: Curriculum and facilitating change for secondary teachers of English language learners

Rasheed Mollah

University of Canterbury

Breaking the silence: Experimenting with creative approaches to ESL in the context of a developing country

Kerstin Dofs

CPIT

Autonomous language learning guides and supported self study time

Glenys Bagnall &
Gareth Williams

CCEL

ILP at CCEL: The next step forward

More Information

For more information contact Associate Professor Una Cunningham