JUNE 11, 2016

 

 

TIME  EVENT LOCATION
9:25-9:55 REGISTRATION Manoogian Hall
10:00-10:05 OPENING REMARKS Manoogian Hall
10:00-10:30 Plenary: Social Justice in English Language Teaching: Exploring our Dispositions Dr. Raichle Farrelly

St. Michael’s College, the United States of America

Manoogian Hall
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
TIME CONTENT AREA TITLE PRESENTER LOCATION
10:40-11:10 Linguistics The Linguistic Means of Expressing Humour in Jerome K. Jerome’s Comic Masterpiece “Three Men in a Boat” Maria Semerjyan

Yerevan Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences

PAB 113W
Teaching & Assessment A case study: Academic English refresher course for army returnee AUA undergraduate students Amalia Meliksetyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 114W
Translation Translation Transformations in “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” novel Amalya Geovshanyan

Yerevan State University of Languages and Social Sciences

PAB 133W
Workshop Games Used in the English Language Classroom Naira Grigoryan

Yerevan State University

PAB 213W
11:20-11:50 Linguistics Fallacies of Argumentation in Oratory Speeches Eva Gevorgyan

Gyumri State Pedagogical Institute

PAB 113W
Teaching & Assessment Learning English via Listening; Developing Listening Skills Marina Mirzakhanyan

Yerevan Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences

PAB 114W
Teaching & Assessment In-service EFL Teacher Training Programs in Armenia Svetlana Ghukasyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 133W
Workshop Character Building through Teaching English Khosrovadukht Mamyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 213W
12:00-12:30 Linguistics On Metonymic Nature of Symbols Ofelia Avetisyan

Gyumri State Pedagogical Institute

PAB 113W
Teaching & Assessment Unethical Purchase of Academic Papers in Public Universities of Armenia Kristine Goroyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 114W
Translation Implementation of Translation Shifts Nane Nersisyan

Armenian State Pedagogical University

PAB 133W
Workshop Ongoing Professional Development: Teaching Speaking Syuzanna Khachatryan

American University of Armenia

PAB 213W
12:30-13:30 LUNCH BREAK AUA Cafeteria, The Green Bean Coffee Shop, & Newbury Street Café
CAREER FAIR

TEACH FOR ARMENIA & GLOBAL BRIDGE

PAB 113W
CAREER FAIR

AYB SCHOOL &  INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF BUSINESS (IAB)

PAB 114W
 

CAREER FAIR

CHILDREN OF ARMENIA FUND (COAF) & INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF LANGUAGES AND TRAINING (ICLT)

PAB 133W
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
TIME CONTENT AREA TITLE PRESENTER LOCATION
13:30-14:00 Professional Workshops An American Interactive Cultural Exchange: Teaching English with Children’s Folk Songs and Barn Dancing Lorrie Wilkes

Peace Corps Armenia volunteer

together with Andrea Grant, Bryan Jacobsen, Brian Leopold and Steven Greenberg

Manoogian Hall
Professional Workshops Experimenting with Dogme Lilit Bekaryan

Adjunct Lecturer, Yerevan State University

PAB 114W
Professional Workshops IELTS: THE TEST THAT SETS THE STANDARD Addeh Hovassapian

ELT Projects Manager, British Council Armenia

PAB 113W
14:10-14:40 Teaching & Assessment Solving Environmental Problems through Teaching English Anna Alaverdyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 113W
Teaching & Assessment Uniting Armenians and Ethnic Minorities through Teaching English Mane Khachatryan

Vanadzor State University

PAB 114W
Teaching & Assessment Teaching English through Geography Venera Melkonyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 133W
Translation Linguistic Means of Expressing Emotions and the Problems of their Translations into Armenian Lilit Gasparyan

Yerevan Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences

PAB 213W
14:50-15:20 Linguistics The Language Peculiarities of Teenspeak Ani Simonyan

Yerevan State University

PAB 113W
Teaching & Assessment Teaching English through Drama Ani Nersisyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 114W
Teaching & Assessment Enhancing Communicative Skills through Literary texts Syuzanna Sahakyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 133W
Workshop Thinglink: Interact with  Everything with a Single Image Mher Davtyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 213W
15:20-15:50 COFFEE BREAK

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

PAB 133W
TIME CONTENT AREA TITLE PRESENTER LOCATION
15:50-16:20 Linguistics Interpretation of Symbols in Harry Potter Mariam Hayrapetyan

Armenian State Pedagogical University

PAB 113W
Teaching & Assessment Teaching English Tenses in Armenian Public Schools Svetlana Tatinyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 114W
Teaching & Assessment Teaching English through Armenian Culture Meline Ghonyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 133W
Translation “The Raven”: Armenian Translations: Comparison Mane Nersisyan

Yerevan Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences

PAB 213W
16:30-17:00 Linguistics Translation Strategies Hasmik Nersesyan

Russian – Armenian (Slavonic) University

PAB 113W
Teaching & Assessment Teaching English through Authentic Games and Sports Lilit Mantashyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 114W
Teaching & Assessment Technology-assisted Instruction and Learners’ Attitude, Engagement and Achievement in English Lusine Galstyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 133W
Workshop Learning about Environmental Issues through English Dianna Torosyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 213W
17:10-17:40 Translation Translation of Idioms in Shakespeare’s Hamlet Satenik Tepanyan

Russian – Armenian (Slavonic) University

PAB 113W
Teaching & Assessment Empowering Women through Learning English Language Lorik Keshish-Hartoun

American University of Armenia

PAB 114W
Teaching & Assessment Classroom Distractions among AUA Undergraduate Students Ruzanna Pilosyan, Anna Avetisyan, Arevik Khachatryan, & Nazeli Gevorgyan

American University of Armenia

PAB 133W
17:45 CLOSING REMARKS Manoogian Hall

Poster Topics

  • Blogging at a Yerevan-based Achool (Arus Khcheyan, Adena Deh Bashian, Milena Hovhannisyan, and Elizabeth Sargis; American University of Armenia)
  • Instructors’ Impact on Students’ Motivation (Inga Gasparyan, Inesa Petrosyan, Tatevik Harutyunyan, and Anahit Hakobyan; American University of Armenia)
  • Students’ Attitudes and Preferences towards IELTS & TOEFL iBT Tests (Alvard Karapetyan; American University of Armenia)
  • Designing Course Evaluations for EEC Students (Anna Mkrtchyan, Lilit Arshakyan, Mariam Yeghiazaryan, Seda Arakelyan; American University of Armenia)

International Participants

Conference participants should familiarize themselves with visa requirements well in advance of the conference. The conference organizers encourage you to apply for your visa as early as possible. Complete information on how to apply for a VISA to enter Armenia can be found on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

Conference organizers will assist participants coming from outside of Armenia in locating optimal accommodation and other logistical requests.

Financial Information

The Student Research Conference is free of charge for all presenters and participants. Conference participants should plan to cover lunch, travel and accommodation expenses.

EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES:

  •        Each room is equipped with a laptop, projector. Additional equipment must be requested beforehand.
  •        Please bring your own photocopies.  A photocopier is not available at the venue.

For questions, please contact the conference organizers:

  • Lusine Galstyan  lusine_galstyan@edu.aua.am , 091161613
  • Amalia Meliksetyan   amalia_meliksetyan@edu.aua.am, 055099493
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