Programme


Day 1


24th October 2018 Wednesday


 


 

Time



Programme


 



Venue



 


8.00am-


9.00am



 


v  Registration


v  Poster
Session Set-up


 



 


Banquet Hall



9.00am-


10.30am



 


Parallel Session 1


 



 


Seminar Rooms 1-4



Time



Seminar
Room 1



Seminar
Room 2



Seminar
Room 3



Seminar
Room 4


 



9.00am-


9.30am



The
incidental vocabulary acquisition and content comprehension among ESL
learners through subtitling of English movies: A case study by Athirah
Mortada & Ainul Azmin (IIUM)


 



Representations
of East Asian elements in selected Anglo- American young adult fantasy novels
by Nurul Fateha (IIUM)


 



A
sociolinguistic inquiry of the Somali language shift towards English: The
case of Somali refugees in the Columbus State of Ohio, the United States of
America by Harbi Barkad Aden & Maimunah Abdul Kadir (IIUM)


 



The
genderqueer universe of Cartoon NetworkÕs Steven Universe: Encoding gender-
subversive elements in childrenÕs animation by Asyraf Syahir Mohd Najib (CFS,
IIUM)


 



9.30am-


10.00am



Towards an
integrated framework for stylistic adaptation: The case of do androids dream
of electric sheep? and its filmic adaptation, Blade Runner by AtaÕ Hanifee
Zawawi (CFS, IIUM)


 



Singapore
womenÕs writing in English by Mazni Muslim & Nor Faridah Manaf (IIUM)



The
representation of Syrian refugees in Canadian online news media: A
corpus-assisted critical discourse analysis (CDA) by Manar Munjit Mustafa
& Zahariah Pilus (IIUM)


 



Technoculture
as a social engineering strategy by Chairil Nur Siregar, Epin Saepudin, Asep
Wawan Jatnika & Nia Kurniasih (Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia)



10.00am-


10.30am



Culture in
ELT: An analysis of cultural content in locally- developed and global
textbooks by Hajar Abdul Rahim (Universiti Sains Malaysia)


 



Imagining
the Malay Other: Atas Angin, Ferringghi and the Farang by Ahmad Murad
Merican (CenPRIS, Universiti Sains Malaysia)



The level
tone in the speech of Malay ESL learners by Fazyudi Ahmad Nadzri &
Zahariah Pilus (Universiti Teknologi MARA & IIUM)



The
performance styles of oud from the Middle East and the gambus in Johor by
Raja Zulkarnain Raja Mohd Yusof



 


 


10.30am-


11.00am



 


v  Coffee/Tea break


v  Arrival of
IIUM Deputy Rector (Academic & Industrial Linkages), Prof. Dr. Isarji Hj.
Sarudin


 



 


 


Banquet Hall


 



 


11.00am-


11.15am



 


v  Recitation
of Doa


v  National Anthem
ÒNegarakuÓ and IIUM song


v  Welcoming
Speech by Dr. Nora Mohd. Nasir (Co-Chair of ICLCS 2018 Conference)


 



 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Main Hall



 


11.15am-
11.30am



 


Welcoming
and Officiating the Opening Remarks by IIUM Deputy Rector (Academic &
Industrial Linkages), Prof. Dr. Isarji Hj. Sarudin


 



11.30am-


11.45am



 


v  Photography
Session


 



11.45am-


12.30pm



 


Keynote Address1 by Prof. DatoÕ Dr. Imran Ho
Abdullah (UKM)


 



12.30pm-


1.15pm



 


Keynote Address 2 by Prof. Dr. Mohammad Abdul
Quayum Abdus Salam (IIUM)


 



 


1.15pm-


2.30pm



 


Lunch & Solat Zuhr


 



 


Banquet Hall


Musolla


 



2.30pm-


4.30pm



 


Parallel Session 2


 



 


Seminar Rooms 1-4



Time



Seminar
Room 1



Seminar
Room 2



Seminar
Room 3



Seminar
Room 4


 



2.30pm-


3.00pm



The easy
to remember rule governs the way to name a place in the Southwestern region,
Viet Nam by Thanh Thi (Ngo Tien Giang University, Viet Nam)



Language
policy and practices at universities in Central Java by Maskanah Mohammad
Lotfie & Hartono (IIUM & Universitas Islam Sultan Agung, Semarang,
Indonesia)



The Santal
people of Bangladesh and their linguistic transformation: A recent
collocation on its juxtaposition by A.H.M. Zehadul Karim & Ahsan Ali
(Jagannath University. Dhaka & ASROY, Rajshahi, Bangladesh)


 



The
mystery of the writing process: A comparison of mechanistic and developmental
organic writing by Solehah Yaacob & Ismail Haron (IIUM)



3.00pm-


3.30pm



The
construction of pluralism meaning in higher education by Asep Wawan Jatnika,
Epin Saepudin & Chairil Nur Siregar (Institut Teknologi Bandung,
Indonesia)



English
for University Sharia students: Theory and practices by Kamal J I Badrasawi,
Abdulateef Solihu & Azlina Aman (IIUM)



Uang panai in
marriage: The pride of women in Tinggimoncong, South Sulawesi by Nurmiati
& Nurazzura Md. Diah (IIUM)



Thinking
and writing critically in the Asian ESOL context: What does the research say?
by Ratnawati Mohd Asraf & Sabreena Ahmed (IIUM & BRAC University,
Dhaka, Bangladesh)


 



3.30pm-


4.00pm



Linguistic
intersections in the acquisition of plurality in a Malay-English
context-bound bilingual first language acquirer by Rabiah Tul Adawiyah
Mohamed Salleh, Satomi Kawaguchi & Bruno Di Biase (IIUM & Western
Sydney University, Australia)


 



Effects of
dual-language programme (DLP) on the usage of English adjectives by primary
school students by Rashida Nasuha Ramli & Maskanah Mohammad Lotfie (IIUM)


 



A
sociological analysis of identity: The case of Tamil Muslims in Malaysia by
Younus Ahmed Mushtaq Ahmed & Norasikin Basir (IIUM)


 



Words
don't come easy: Infusing collocations into ESL writing by Hasliza Abd Halim
& Shahrulniza Said (Universiti Utara Malaysia)



4.00pm-


4.30pm



A
language-based model of cyberconflict resolution in Indonesia by Nia
Kurniasih, Dicky R. Munaf, Qoriah Siregar, Harry Nuriman & Sutiadi
Rahmansyah (Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia)


 



A
Southeast Asian language in the US: Making the case for heritage language
complementary schools, multilingualism, and the institutionalization of
linguistic diversity Mary Encabo, Isabel Nunez & Shanon Bischoff (Purdue
University Fort Wayne, USA)


 



The
conceptualization of healthcare for transgender in urban Kuala Lumpur by
Khairunnisha Redzzuan & Thilagavathi Shanmuganathan


(Universiti
Malaya)


 



The use of
automated writing evaluation in developing ESL learnersÕ writing proficiency
by Harniza Abd Razak, Maskanah Mohammad Lotfie & Mohamed Ismail Ahamad
Shah (IIUM)


 



 


4.30pm-


5.15pm


 



 


Solat Asar


High Tea   


 



 


Musolla


Banquet Hall


 



5.15.pm-


6.30pm



 


Cultural
Performance


 



 


Banquet Hall



 


End of Day
1


 


 














































































Day 2


25h
October 2018
Thursday


 



Time



Programme


 



Venue



9.00am-


10.30am



 


Parallel Session 3


 



 


Seminar Rooms 1-3



Time



Seminar
Room 1



Seminar
Room 2



Seminar
Room 3


 



9.00am- 9.30am



The
incidental vocabulary acquisition by ESL learners through selected English
songs: A case study by Ku ÔAisyahtul Radhiah Ku Abdul Razak, Adlina Ariffin
& Ainul Azmin Md Zamin (IIUM)



Positive and negative politeness
strategies used by students of International Islamic University Malaysia
(IIUM) in communicating through WhatsApp by Wardah Ismail, Roziana M Rosli
& Maimunah Abdul Kadir (IIUM)


 



The
ambivalence of an Anglophile subject in Confessions of an Old Boy: The
DatoÕ Hamid Adventures
 by
Mohd Shukri Abd Razak, Nora Mohd Nasir, Maimunah Abdul Kadir & Mohamed
Ismail Ahamad Shah (SMK Tengku Panglima Perang Tengku Muhammad, Kuantan
& IIUM)


 



9.30am-


10.00am



Early
lexical and grammatical development of English in Indonesian kindergarten
children by Isriani Hardini, Satomi Kawaguchi, Carol Reid & Bruno Di
Biase (Western Sydney University, Australia)


 



More
than words? A corpus-based analysis of educators conceptualisation of
critical thinking  by M Akhshir
Ab Kadir & Mohd Ridwan Abdul Wahid (Monash University & IIUM)


 



Interpersonal
metadiscourse in the results and discussion section of English Language
Studies research articles written by Malay and native writers of English by
Nur Nadhirah Norizan &
Zahariah Pilus (
Geomatika University College, KL
& IIUM)


 



10.00am-
10.30am



Compositional-cultural
evolutions and variations of Malay architectural and constructional
vocabulary by Puteri Shireen Jahn Kassim (IIUM)


 



Politeness as a language
strategy to prevent and resolve cyberconflicts among Indonesian users of
Internet-based communications: A cyberpragmatic approach by Nia Kurniasih,
Dicky R Munaf, Iis Kurnia N & Sutiadi Rahmansyah (Institut Teknologi
Bandung & Telkom University, Bandung, Indonesia)


 



Benefits
and Limitations of Citation Parameters by Siti Maftuhah Damio,


Hamimah
Hashim, Noorzaina Idris &


Munirah
Mohd Izam (Universiti Teknologi Mara Campus Puncak Alam)



10.30am-


11.00am



 


Coffee/Tea break


 



 


Banquet Hall



11.00am-


11.45am



 


Keynote Address 3 by Prof. Dato' Dr. Md.
Salleh Yaapar (USM)


 



 


Main Hall



11.45am-
12.45pm



 


Parallel Session 4


 



 


Seminar Rooms 1-4



Time



Seminar
Room 1



Seminar
Room 2


 



Seminar
Room 3



Seminar
Room 4



11.45am-


12.15pm



The
triumvirate quandary of Muslims in the Philippines: Causes and remedies by
Jamel R Cayamodin & Abdulhamit Durakuglo (Institute of Islamic Studies,
Philippines)


 



Applying
a hybrid emotional freedom technique (EFT) to reduce communication
apprehension (CA) experienced by Malaysian undergraduates in delivering
oral presentations by Shahar Mohamed Ismail, Mohamed Ismail Ahamad Shah,
Yusof Ismail, Zahariah Pilus & Rozina Abdul Ghani (Lifeworks Group,
Western Australia & IIUM)


 



Statistical
aspect of collocations using different tools in a corpus of English songs
by Hazri Shahreen Hashim, Sheena Kaur & Jaswant Singh (Universiti
Malaya)


 



Pronouns
and their types among Arabic Hausa and English languages: A comparative
study by Nasiru Mainasara (Umaru Ali Shikafi Polytechnic, Sokoto, Nigeria)



12.15pm-


12.45pm



Signalling
troubles in parents' speech and initiating repair from them: Strategies of
Malay children by Mohammad Azannee Haji Saad (Universiti Malaya)


 



When
refugees are illegal immigrants: The role of leaders from community-based
Rohingya organisations in their adjustments to life in Malaysia by Azizah
Kassim (Universiti Sabah Malaysia)



Immediacy
verb function in English and Malay: A linguistic analysis by Siti Afifah
Hashim (IIUM)


 



Present
tense form usage by Arab and Malay users of English by Siti Khadijah
Zulkifli & Maskanah Mohammad Lotfie (IIUM)


 



12.45pm-


2.30pm



 


Lunch & Solat Zuhr


 



Banquet Hall


Musolla  


 



2.30pm-


3.15pm


 



 


Keynote Address 4 by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hazizan
Md. Noon (IIUM)



 


Main Hall



3.15pm-


4.15pm



 


Parallel Session 5


 



 


Seminar Rooms 1-3



Time



Seminar
Room 1



Seminar
Room 2



Seminar
Room 3


 



3.15pm-


3.45pm



Second
language acquisition via social media: Exploring microblogging experience
on twitter by Nurliyana Mohd Noor (ISTAC)


 



The role
of language learning environment in the quality and development of spoken
English among ESL children by Zurahani Abdul Rahim (IIUM)


 



The
concept  of rulership according
to al Ghazali in Nasihat Al-Muluk and Machiavelli in The Prince:
A comparative Analysis by Nur Adillah Omar (ISTAC)



3.45pm-


4.15pm



A
multimodal discourse analysis of social values in patriotic films by Shazna
Abu Bakar & Nora Mohd Nasir (IIUM)



Profiling
second language learnersÕ anxiety in learning the English language for
communication in rural secondary schools by Arnie Nartika Naharudin,
Roziana M Rosli, Faizah Idrus & Cynthia Ratnadewi Abd Jalil (IIUM)


 



 



 


4.15pm-


4.30pm



 


Closing
Remarks by Dean of Kulliyyah IRKHS, Prof. Dr. Mohammad Abdul Quayum Abdus
Salam


 



 


Main Hall



4.30pm-
5.00pm



 


Coffee/Tea break


 



 


Banquet Hall



 


End of
Day 2