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Best Paper Awards 2017

Best Research Paper

Dr. Fang Li
Wuhan University, China

Matthew John Absalom
University of Melbourne, Australia

Prof. Marilyn Sephocle
Howard University, USA

Best Student Paper

Shiao Ying Sharon Chu
Chinese University of Hong Kong


Best Paper Awards 2016

Best Research Paper

Assoc. Prof. Bryan Carter
University of Arizona, USA

Best Student Paper

Ms. Xinxin Zhang
Northwestern Polytechnical University, China


 


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2017 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Dr. Fang Li Wuhan University, China “A Study of College English Learners’ Satisfaction Degree: from the Perspective of College English and High School English Connections”
Prof. Marilyn Sephocle Howard University, USA “The Evolution of Simultaneous Interpretation”
Matthew John Absalom University of Melbourne, Australia “How to Achieve Fluency: A Learner Perspective”
Best Student Paper
Shiao Ying Sharon Chu Chinese University of Hong Kong “Remittances and Human Development in Africa”

2016 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Assoc. Prof. Bryan Carter University of Arizona, USA Bringing the Literature Classroom to Life: The Evolution of Virtual Harlem
Best Student Paper
Ms. Xinxin Zhang Northwestern Polytechnical University, China A Comparative Study on Projecting Verbs in News and Novels from Interpersonal View

2015 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Ms. Alva Celina Eloisa Bigcas Singapore Singapore’s hip-hop dance lexicon
Dr. Juan Coderch University of St Andrews, UK Teaching Ancient Greek and Latin: Let's Advance Backwards
Dr. Bryan Carter University of Arizona, USA Augmenting Reality: Experiencing the Past Through Digital Technologies
Best Student Paper
Mr. Daniel Fung University of Oxford, UK Listening comprehension strategies when listening to teacher during ESL classroom interaction

2013 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Dr. Li Zeng University of Louisville, USA Manipulating the Sign: A Semiotic View of Li Shangyin's Allusiveness
Best Student Paper
Ms. Kanika Agarwal Dayalbagh Educational Institute, India Legacy of Hate and Violence in Bapsi Sidhwa's "Ice Candy-Man" and Taslima Nasrin's "Lajja"

2012 Best Papers

Best Student Paper
Mr. Oudah Alenazi Newcastle University, UK EFL Teachers Employability in Saudi Arabia: Native and Non-Native Speakers

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