ABSTRACT

This proceedings book captures a wide range of timely themes for readers to be able to foresee the digital era's impact on English teaching in non-English speaking countries. English used in the global environment, the frequent mobile communication, and the use of AI-based translators are bringing about dramatic changes in our English language learning and teaching. Who can provide us the wisdom to know what to do? Those scholars going through these complex environmental changes! A collection of puzzle pieces may bring us a better contour for the future than a perfectly edited book. It's indeed a pleasure reading these insightful pieces to gain wisdom for the future of ELT practices in global contexts.

part |2 pages

Part I: English language teaching and learning developments – what do they mean in different contexts with different paradigms?

chapter |12 pages

Teacher development for content-based instruction

ByD.J. Tedick

chapter |8 pages

Sex-based grouping in English language teaching

ByM. Mahmud & Sahril

chapter |8 pages

English Language Teaching (ELT) learners’ communication strategies in exclusive and task-based learning

ByB. Kadaryanto, T.H. Febiani & D. Utaminingsih

chapter |6 pages

Interpreting the demand of the curriculum creatively

ByA. Widyantoro

chapter |10 pages

Using multi techniques to improve reading fluency in ESL classrooms

ByD.B. Devi & M. Dhamotharan

part |2 pages

Part II: Exploring the relationship between the knowledge-based era and TEFL development

chapter |8 pages

Need analysis of English needs of midwifery students in Indonesia

ByF. Fahriany & N. Nuraeni

chapter |6 pages

EFL students’ perception on the role of target-language culture in CCU class

ByN. Hidayati, Sumardi & S.S. Tarjana

chapter |6 pages

Written corrective feedback in a writing skill development program

ByS. Hidayati, A. Ashadi & S. Mukminatun

part |2 pages

Part III: Exploring and understanding today’s demands for foreign languages: Going beyond English language competencies

chapter |10 pages

Developing fluency

ByI.S.P. Nation

chapter |8 pages

Considering English varieties in Indonesia’s EFL teaching and learning

ByE. Andriyanti & V. Rieschild

chapter |12 pages

Does exposure to L2 affect cultural intelligence?

ByZ. Nafissi & N. Salmasi

chapter |8 pages

The teacher’s code-switching in ELT classrooms: Motives and functions

ByD.A. Andawi & N.A. Drajati

chapter |6 pages

EFL learners’ opportunities and problems in literacy strategy implementation

ByN. Christiani & M.A. Latief

chapter |6 pages

An explanatory study on the needs of skill-integrated coursebook for listening and speaking classes

ByS.K. Kurniasih, B.Y. Diyanti & L. Nurhayati

chapter |8 pages

Hyland’s model of argument in ESL writers essay

ByW.H. Osman

chapter |8 pages

Investigating students’ perceptions of blended learning implementation in an academic writing classroom

ByF. Indratama, N.A. Drajati, D. Rochsantiningsih & J. Nurkamto

part |2 pages

Part IV: Transforming TEFL in a fully digital world

chapter |8 pages

Intercultural language teaching and learning in digital era

ByA.J. Liddicoat

chapter |18 pages

Utilizing iBooks in teaching EFL reading comprehension

ByD.S. Suharti

chapter |8 pages

Gallery Walk for teaching a content course

ByI. Maharsi

chapter |6 pages

Assessing speaking by f2f or using a developed application: Are there any differences?

ByM.S. Simatupang, M. Wiannastiti & R. Peter