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    PROGRAMME IN DETAIL Monday 23 September 2019 08:30  –  09.30 REGISTRATION 09.15  –  09.50 OPENING CEREMONY Welcoming Speech by Local Organising Commitee  Dr. Hadina Habil Opening Speech by Conference Chair, Prof. Dr. Srikant Sarangi  Officiating Speech by  Ybrs Datin Paduka Hamisah Tafsir 09.50  –  10.20 TEA/COFFEE 10:25  –  11.25 THE CANDLIN LECTURE The Mines, Markets and Other Places : Language Planning in Professional and Occupational Contexts HYWEL COLEMEN 11.30  –  12.30 SESSION 1A LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND THE PROFESSIONS SESSION 1B LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION & EDUCATION SESSION 1C PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE & COMMUNICATION 11.30  –  11.55 128 Is Whatsapp The Future of Workplace Communication?: Investigating The Use of Whatsapp in Decision-Making Episodes Nor Azikin Mohd Omar Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Malaysia norazikin@unisza.edu.my 138 Superior-Subordinate Talk in A Hypermarket: A Case Study   Shafinah Md Salleh 1  and Hadina Habil 2 1 Universiti Teknologi MARA Malaysia, 2 Universiti Teknologi Malaysia 1 shafinah_salleh@yahoo.com, 2 hadina@utm.my 105 “We All Sell Wine, But It Comes Back to The Land Really”: The Narrative Construction of Place in Australian Wine Branding Kerrilee Lockyer 1  and Jonathan Crichton 2  University of South Australia 1 kerrilee.lockyer@unisa.edu.au, 2  jonathan.crichton@unisa.edu.au 12.00  –  12.25 104 Teaching Languages for Tourism: Empirical Findings for Curriculum and Course Design Michael Seyfarth University of Greifswald, Germany michael.seyfarth@uni-greifswald.de 130 The Key Factors Affecting Teacher’s Role in Curriculum Implementation from the Light of Modern Technology Mohammed H. Al Aqad 1 , Ooi Boon Keat and Ali Sorayyaei Azar Management Science University, Malaysia 1 alakkadmohmad@yahoo.com 122 Self-promoting: A double-Edged Sword Victor Ho The Hong Kong Polytechnic University victor.ho@polyu.edu.hk  12.30  –  14.00 LUNCH 14.00  –  15.55 SESSION 2A LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND THE PROFESSIONS   SESSION 2B LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION & EDUCATION   SESSION 2C POSTER SESSION THEME : LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION & EDUCATION 14.00  –  14.25 136 Designing Online Language Courses for Legal Professionals Halina Sierocka University of Białystok, Poland  soll@poczta.onet.pl 133 Enhancing Professional Practice among Heads of Schools towards Improved Organizational Outcomes Adlina Abdul Samad, Masputeriah Hamzah, Abdul Halim Abdul Raof, Hadina Habil, Masdinah Alauyah Md Yusof & Noor Abidah Mohd Omar Language Academy Universiti Teknologi Mala 110 Classroom Management Strategies for Migrant Volunteer Teachers Professional Development Erah Apriyanti 1  and Aldi Zul Bahri 2   1 Enigma Pakar Lingua-Jakarta, Indonesia, 2 Enigma Pakar Consulting, Indonesia 1 erahapriyanti@gmail.com, 2 aldi@enigmaedu.com 115 Bigbook Fabel Culture in Increasing The Reading Literacy toward Indonesian of Elementary Students Dian Permatasari Kusuma Dayu Universitas PGRI Madiun, East Java, Indonesia dayuprasanda12@gmail.com 14.30  –  14.55 118 Anatomy of a False Confession: Discursive Construction of False Narratives in Police Interrogation   Janet Ainsworth Seattle University, USA  jan@seattleu.edu 141 An Investigation into the Relationship between Raters’ Severity and Raters’ Attitudes toward Accentedness in Speaking Assessment Waseda University,Tokyo, Japan totodeng117@akane.waseda.jp  15.00  –  15.25 108 Research Sharing Sessions with Multiple Stakeholders: (Un)Willing Participants or Odd Collaborators? Lubie G. Alatriste City University of New York, College of Technology, USA lubie.alatriste@gmail.com 142 The Impact of Explicit Oral Instructive Feedback on Enhancing Malaysian TESL Students’ Motivation  Ali Sorayyaei Azar 1 Nur Syahira Amira binti Norhisham 2 and Pham Hoang Tu Linh 3   1,2 Management & Science University, Malaysia 3 National Academy of Education Management, Hanoi, Vietnam 1 ali_sorayyaei@msu.edu.my,  2 syhramira@gmail.com 3 linhphamjeny@gmail.com 116 The Existence in Local Languages, Bahasa Indonesia, and English Languages Winda Ayu Cahya Fitriani Universitas PGRI Madiun, East Java, Indonesia winda.ayu.cahya@gmail.com 150 The Effectiveness of using Media Listening Software in Teaching Listening Comprehension in Preparation for National Examination of Senior High School Pegiawan Basopi 1 , Roslina Abdul Aziz 2 , Akmal 3   1,3  Universitas Ahmad Dahlan Indonesia 2 Universiti Teknologi Mara Pahang Malaysia 1 pegiawanbasopi@gmail.com 2 leenaziz@uitm.edu.my 3 akmal@mpbi.uad.ac.id 15.30  –  15.55 Language Academy LINGUISTICS, LANGUAGE AWARENESS 119 Lexical and Phonological Differences in Javanese in East Java, Indonesia Erlin Kartikasari Universitas Wijaya Kusuma Surabaya, Indonesia erlinkartikasari@gmail.com 15.55  –  16.20 TEA/COFFEE  16.15  –  17.30 ALAPP 2019 WELCOME RECEPTION Venue : UCSI University    Tuesday 24 September 2019 09:00  –  10.00 SESSION 3A LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND THE PROFESSIONS SESSION 3B PROFESSIONAL, PRACTIE & COMMUNICATION POSTER PRESENTATIONS 3C THEME: LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND THE PROFESSION 09.00  –  09.25 102 Faking or Not Faking a Low Language Proficiency in Legal Cases? Margaret Van Naerssen Independent Consultant in Applied Linguistics, USA argaret.vannaerssen@gmail.com 109 Interpreter Roles and Responsibilities in Police and Courtroom Interaction Marta Kirilova University of Copenhagen, Denmark mki@hum.ku.dk 147 How Language is Used to Attract Potential Victims in The Online Romance Scam Kam-Fong Lee 1 , Mei-Yuit Chan 2 , Helen Tan 3  and Afida Mohd Ali 4   1,2,3,4  Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia 1 leekf@ucsiuniversity.edu.my,  2 cmy@upm.edu.my, 3 helen@upm.edu.my, 4 afida@upm.edu.my   149 Exploring The Use of Blogs in Developing EFL Students’ Writing Skills Nurul Fadilah 1 , Muh. Mahrup Zainuddin Sabri 2 , Akmal 3 , Kamisah Ariffin 4   1,2,3 Universitas Ahmad Dahlan Indonesia 4 Universiti Teknologi Mara Malaysia 1 nurullfadillah64@gmail.com Muhmahrupzainuddinsabri@gmail.com 3 akmal@mpbi.uad.ac.id 4 kamisah@uitm.edu.my   09.30  –  09.55 135 A Corpus-Driven Analysis of The Rhetorical Moves in The Introduction Section of Research Articles Published in Q1 Language and Linguistics Indexed Journals Chuah Bee Peng 1  and Ang Leng Hong 2  11800 Penang, Malaysia 1  jacq.cbp@gmail.com 2 lenghong@usm.my , Language Academy UTM 10.00  –  10.20 TEA/COFFEE  
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