Programme 2016

UZRT 2016 
June, 2016

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Ivana Lučića 3, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia



8.30: Opening

Room A-122 A-123
Session 1 Evaluation of courses and classroom practices
Chair: TBA
Vocabulary studies
Chair: TBA
8.40-9.00 Judit Dombi  The Contributions of an Introductory Intercultural Communication Course Krisztián Hordósi “(Hard)core corps corpus”: TheTeam Fortress 2 Menus Written Corpus (TF2MWC) and out-of-class incidental L2 vocabulary learning through computer game menus, graphical user interfaces, and tutorials
9.00-9.20 Andreja Kovačić Evaluating grammar e-tivities based on various Web 2.0 tools:A longitudinal study Gabriella Lőcsey Keyword Analysis of short stories for Young Language Learners
9.20-9.40 Ildikó Rakita Developing  Tasks  for  Pre-Service  and  In-Service  TEFL  Courses  Based  on Classroom Videos Darija Omrčen Vocabulary acquisition revisited: The case of human movement science
9.40-9.55 Discussion Discussion

9.55-10.10  COFFEE BREAK

Room A-122 A-123
Session 2 Individual differences
Chair: TBA
Linguistic aspects- corpus studies
Chair: TBA
10.10-10.30 Kata Csizér & Enikő Öveges  Autonomy and self-regulation in learning foreign languages: the perceptions of Hungarian secondary school students Ilona Kiss  Persuasiveness in tourism discourse: a corpus-based analysis of travel articles
10.30-10.50 Alenka Mikulec & Renata Šamo   How important is English to Croatian pre-service primary and preschool teachers not majoring in English? Mohammad Sadeghi
A contrastive analysis of English and Persian disclaimers and the pragmatic functions:A corpus-based approach
10.50-11.10 Ivana Matić Foreign Language Reading Anxiety: German as a Foreign Language Dong Wang  A mixed methodology study of media coverage of the “One belt One road”strategy: An Eurasia economic connectivity and cooperation
11.10-11.30 Katalin Piniel & Ágnes Albert   L2 motivation, anxiety, and self-efficacy’s link to language learners’ flow and anti-flow experiences in the classroom Dóry Szvath-Vecsera   What Shall I Call You?: A  Cross-Linguistic Discourse Analysis of  Hungarian and AmericanNewspaper Articles about Migrants  in Hungary, Published Between 1 August, 2015 and 12 November, 2015
11.30-11.50 Robert Märcz   The Nasty Examiner. How language anxiety affects oral performance in an exam situation  
11.50-12.10 Discussion Discussion

12.10-13.40 LUNCH BREAK

Room A-122 A-123
Session 3 Expectations and achievements in language education
Chair: TBA
Bilingual programs and issues
Chair: TBA
13.40-14.00 Ana Gabrijela Blažević, Jasenka Čengić, Silvija Hanžić Deda & Jasminka Pernjek   Evaluation of the Zagreb Doctoral Programme in Foreign Language Education Ildikó Lukácsi-Berkovics   Content and Language Integrated Learning in the Hungarian-Chinese Dual Language School
14.00-14.20 Zoltán Lukácsi  The language instruction scheme for graduates with a withheld degree Réka Lugossy & Mónika Fodor  Put that doll away!” A study of early English programmes in Hungarian preschool contexts
14.20-14.40 Gábor Szabó & Marianne Nikolov  A comparative study of 6th and 8th graders’ achievements on a national assessment at dual-language schools in 2014 and 2015 Rea Lujić Time  to  reconsider  one-language  policy  as  an  international  schools’  language policy norm?
14.40-15.00 Renáta H. Prikler 
Reading Comprehension Targeted: The Caveats of the Hungarian School-Leaving Exam in English
Stela Letica Krevelj  Journey to multilingualism in a monolingual setting: linguistic autobiographies
15.00-15.20 Discussion Discussion

15.20-15.35  COFFEE BREAK

Room A-122 A-123
Session 4 Miscellaneous
Chair: TBA
Skills assessment
Chair: TBA
15.35-15.55 Marija Bošnjak  Functional use of English language in individual live classes in online course of Croatian as a foreign language Vera Savić Reading Difficulties of Young English Language Learners
15.55-16.15 Iva Gugo & Renata Geld  Frequency and Type of Gestures in the Blind and the Sighted in L1 and L2 Kristina Kollárová & Krisztián Simon  Inter-rater reliability in students’ oral presentation skill assessment
16.15-16.35 Agnieszka Kałdonek-Crnjaković Dyslexia-friendly’ approaches in the Croatian EFL teachers’ practice Katalin Doró Source distortion in patchwritten EFL texts
16.35-16.50 Discussion Discussion

16.50 -17.00 Closing

 (p-ver. 12 May 2106)