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‘Critical, constructive assessment of CEFR-based

 

Language teaching in Japan and beyond’ Symposium

 

(CriConCef III)

 

March 26th and 27th, 2016 took place in Central Osaka

 

Osaka University Nakanoshima Centre (map here)

 

Conference co-chairs: Fergus O’Dwyer and Maria Gabriela Schmidt

 

See the schedule below and see the conference handbook below!

 

 This conference is entirely FREE of charge. If you would like to attend the conference, please email FLP SIG.

 

This conference is funded by the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (project no.26370624) from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.

 

 Schedule

March 26th Opening 930-1000

 

1000-1100 Bärbel Kühn (University of Bremen, Germany)

 

Plenary: The Past and Future of CEFR/ELP-based Language Learning in Europe

 

 1115-1215 Mark De Boer (Akita International University)

 

Workshop: Applying the Principles of the CEFR

 

--1215-1315 Lunch

(Talk by Bärbel Kühn & Pham Thi Hong Nhung)--

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 1315-1400 Fergus O’Dwyer (Osaka University)

 

Plenary: Toward critical and constructive assessment of CEFR-informed language teaching in Japan and beyond

 

1400-1500 Jack Bower (Hiroshima Bunkyo Women’s University)

 

Workshop: Using the ADDIE model to plan and construct a CEFR-based curriculum: Focus on the analysis phase

 

1500-1600 Arthur Rutson-Griffiths (Hiroshima Bunkyo Women’s University)

 

Workshop: From can do to classroom: Making classroom materials using the CEFR

 

1615-1645

 

Wrap-up of Day 1 (Bärbel Kühn & Pham Thi Hong Nhung), 

 

with Poster presentations (*** see details below)

 

1900-2100 Party (details to be provided; some comments by Bärbel Kühn & Pham Thi Hong Nhung)

 

March 27th Opening 930-1000

 

1000-1200 Pham Thi Hong Nhung (Hue University of Foreign Languages, Vietnam)

 

Plenary, followed by workshop: Applying the CEFR to renew general English curriculum: Successes, remaining issues and lessons from Vietnam

 

--1200-1300 Lunch

(Talk by Bärbel Kühn & Pham Thi Hong Nhung)--

1300-1400 Margit Krause-Ono & Qu Ming (Muroran IT)

 

Workshop: Applying the CEFR across language curricula

 

1500-1600 Bärbel Kühn (University of Bremen, Germany)

 

Workshop: Implementing a tutorial programme with the CEFR and an electronic portfolio (EPOS)

 

1600-1630 Poster Presentations (*** see details below)

 

1630- 1700 Final Discussion: Bringing the CEFR forward, strategies and future prospects

(Bärbel Kühn & Pham Thi Hong Nhung)

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Poster presentations 

 

Poster 1            Developing a Portfolio for English as a Tool for Global Communication

 

      Yukie Saito (Waseda University) Sat & Sun

 

Poster 2        Implementing the Language Portfolio for Japanese University: A Pragmatic Approach

 

Gregory Charles Birch (Seisen Jogakuin College) Sat & Sun

 

Poster 3        Using CEFR can do statements in course design for Japanese university classes

 

Brad Howe (Adjunct lecturer in Kansai Area) Sat

 

Poster 4        CEFR-based Placement Interviews for EFL Classes at a Japanese National University

 

Nicolangelo Becce & Christopher Hennessy (University of Fukui (Japan)) Sun

 

Poster 5        Developing a Speaking Production and Fluency Curriculum from CEFR

 

Michael Wilkins (Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto) Sat & Sun

 

Poster 6        The CEFR in Japan – A critical overview

 

Maria Gabriela Schmidt (University of Tsukuba) Sat & Sun

 

All abstracts are available in the conference handbook 

If you have any questions, please contact

(Updated on November 3rd,2016 MGS)

 Subpages (1): Call for Posters

 

 

CriConCefIII_ConferenceHandbook_final.pdf (490k)   Maria Gabriela Schmidt, 3 Nov 2016, 23:28

This online toolkit is supported by KAKEN Grant-in-Aid project no. 16K02835 and aims to support teachers of all foreign languages in Japan in using the CEFR