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ERF Board meeting #1662

Time Not Set | LOCATION: Day 5

In this session the ERF Board will meet to discuss matters related to the running of the Extensive Reading Foundation. Affiliate Chairs are expected to attend and the session is open to the public.

Test Session #1766

Sun, Aug 15, 19:00-08:50 Asia/Tokyo | LOCATION: Day 5

You can join this session to check you have the correct access, and check your zoom connection is working. Please don't be shocked if somebody else is there!

Lounge and Reception #1521

Mon, Aug 16, 08:30-11:45 Asia/Tokyo | LOCATION: Day 5

Join a breakout room to meet our sponsors, ask presenters questions or chat with other people at the conference.

While sessions are going on, you may have to find "Breakout Rooms" in your Zoom toolbar, then "join" the lounge. There are also breakout rooms for: ER and Younger learners ER at Elementary ER at Middle School ER at High School ER at University ER with Adults ER with no money or resources Practical Activity ideas Researching ER Representaion in Learner literature Using readers to change the world

The Implementation of Extensive Reading Approach in Online Second Language Instruction #1541

Mon, Aug 16, 09:30-11:00 Asia/Tokyo | LOCATION: Day 5

I will discuss the integration of the Extensive Reading Approach into online videoconferencing teaching. How can teachers help students accumulate academic vocabulary, build autonomy, improve literacy skills (reading and writing skills), and become life-long learners remotely? I will engage participants with engaging online activities during the workshop.

Raising the Voices of Young Learners: Experiences in Reading for Pleasure #1552

Mon, Aug 16, 11:00-11:45 Asia/Tokyo | LOCATION: Day 5

This presentation reports the findings of a qualitative PhD study carried out with young learners. Extensive reading, reading circles and reading aloud were implemented. Action research was used to examine the L2 reading process. Findings show the participants’ L2 reading accounts.

Breakout Room Discussions #1783

Mon, Aug 16, 11:55-19:30 Asia/Tokyo | LOCATION: Day 5

Join a breakout room to share ideas with other ER teachers, creators and researchers. While sessions are going on, you may have to find "Breakout Rooms" in your Zoom toolbar, then "join" the lounge.

There are breakout rooms for:

ER and Younger learners

ER at Elementary

ER at Middle School

ER at High School

ER at University

ER with Adults

ER with no money or resources

Practical Activity ideas

Researching ER

Representation in Learner literature

Using readers to change the world

Here are some questions to think about: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1L1_HOaiFrDRM4dT29GRi5ubYVkb4PvMgjj-DAkjjUHs

ER practice through a Reading Marathon #1582

Mon, Aug 16, 12:00-13:30 Asia/Tokyo | LOCATION: Day 5

This workshop will assist you to find motivation for reading and create enjoyable reading practice through Reading Marathon.

ER 101. What is ER? The basics - QUESTION TIME (Monday session) #1777

Visit the ERF page
Mon, Aug 16, 13:30-14:30 Asia/Tokyo | LOCATION: Day 5

This is the question time connected to the recorded session in the video below. Please watch the video BEFOREHAND. We will not play the video during the session. This is an open mic session to discuss the topics in the video and share ideas.

How to do ER with no money and few resources - QUESTION TIME (Monday session) #1778

Visit the ERF page
Mon, Aug 16, 15:00-16:00 Asia/Tokyo | LOCATION: Day 5

This is the question time connected to the recorded session in the video below. Please watch the video BEFOREHAND. We will not play the video during the session. This is an open mic session to discuss the topics in the video and share ideas.

Cancelled The Road to Extensive Reading: Preparing Students for Online ER #1537

Mon, Aug 16, 16:00-17:30 Asia/Tokyo CANCELLED

In the three-hour workshop (or long paper), first, participants will understand why ER was a meaningful solution in Kurdistan (Iraq). Next, they will use tools to assess what level of reading text students need. Third, they will compare four online ER sites for training students to choose non-fiction texts. Finally they’ll make an ER plan for feedback.

The Experience Sharing Practices of Extensive Reading Teachers in Mongolia #1559

Mon, Aug 16, 18:00-19:30 Asia/Tokyo | LOCATION: Day 5

The Best Experience Sharing through the practical training was effective to find out what Best Examples are among the extensive reading practitioners. Certificated the coach ministry to new instructors were supportive to the association of Extensive Reading in Mongolia.