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Culture Studies ROOM 507

  1. Irina Rogozina (Syktyvkar State University) Two Centuries of Russian-American History. Bicentennial of Fort Ross in California Presentation
  2. Andrei Y. Lebedev (Kostroma State University) Teaching English by The Book
  3. Irina Grishenkova, Nikita Zavetniy, Olga Muranova "From Freaky to Geeky: Role of National Holidays in Arousing Students' Motivation" (workshop)

2) Teaching Language and Communication Skills: ROOM 602

  1. Inna Kononova (St. Petersburg University of Economics and Finance) Åmotionality and Emotiveness in Communication: Comparative Analysis of British and Russian Expressive Speech Acts
  2. Irina Yunatova (FOSTAS Foundation, leading expert) Teaching Reading Using Competency Taxonomy and Metamodel
  3. Elena Vdovina (St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University) Critical Thinking in Teaching English for Academic Purposes (EAP)


3) Teaching at Schools / Universities: ROOM 709

1. Anna A. Rodicheva (North-West Institute of Management of Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration) A Universal Means of Teaching

2. Alyona Gromushkina (Editor-in-Chief of “English” newspaper, MELTA Vice-President, Moscow)

MELTA Contests & Festivals 2013

3. Anna Sheykhet(Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia) Teaching Oral Communication in Finnish Using English as an Aid

4. Ekaterina Marnitcyna (Saint-Petersburg State University of Technology and Design) Home reading: past and future


13.50 – 14.50 Lunch break

14.50 – 15.50 Parallel workshops

1) Nancy Burkhalter (Senior EFL Fellow for SPb) To the Moon!: A Journey to Critical Thinking ROOM 709

2) Katherine Hardin (Fulbright English Teaching Assistant, Cherepovets State University)

Brining Contemporary American Culture to the Classroom ROOM 507

3) Poster sessions: ROOM 507

Alyona Gromushkina "English" Plans & Projects for 2013, Yulia Sergaeva Verbalization of the Modern

World Picture in Neological Web Resources, Natalia Ursul Nonsense and its Cognitive Interpretation, etc.


16.00 – 17.30 Parallel sessions


1)Intercultural Issues: ROOM 602

  1. Elena V. Beloglazova (St. Petersburg University of Economics and Finance) More on Translator's False Friends: the Problem Revisited
  2. Natalia Balyasnikova (Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia) Assessing Intercultural Communicative Competence. Examples of Best Practices
  3. Evgenia Alexandrova ( The Institute of Foreign Languages,Saint-Petersburg) Cultural Awareness and Cultural Blunders in the World of English (workshop)


2)E-learning: ROOM 709

  1. Alexandra Fefilova (St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance) Internet-based Computer Programmes for Foreign Language Studies
  2. Evgeny Chukharev-Hudilainen(Department of English, Iowa State University), Tatiana Klepikova(Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance) Building up Lexical Competence via Linguatorium, a Smart e-learning System


3)Teaching English for specific purposes: ROOM 507

  1. Svetlana Fokina (Ivanovo State University) Nanotechnological Terminology in Russian Bilinguals’ Speech
  2. Olga Muranova (Saint-Petersburg State University of Technology and Design) Popular Science Articles: Linguistic Peculiarities and Ways of Application in ESP Teaching
  3. Olga Vavelyuk (Saint-Petersburg State University) Content-obligatory Language for Students of Physics
  4. Alina Chitova (Saint-Petersburg State University) Some Aspects of Academic Writing


17.30 - Closing


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