The Annual International Conference on English Studies (Teaching and Learning, Literature, Translati

1-2 February 2020, Ahwaz, Iran

The Annual International Conference on English Studies (Teaching and Learning, Literature, Translation) and Linguistics is organized by different universities and research centers.

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The Annual International Conference on English Studies (Teaching and Learning, Literature, Translati

1-2 February 2020, Ahwaz, Iran

The Annual International Conference on English Studies (Teaching and Learning, Literature, Translation) and Linguistics is organized by different universities and research centers.

The conference will be dedicated to current trends and developments in English Studies (Teaching and Learning, Literature, Translation) and Linguistics.

Academics and university lecturers are cordially invited to present their research regarding current issues of English Studies (Teaching and Learning, Literature, Translation) and Linguistics. Recognizing this trend, the conference organizing committee aims to provide a platform for researchers and scholars from various fields to exchange ideas on issues related to the empowerment of English Studies (Teaching and Learning, Literature, Translation) and Linguistics.

The selective full papers of the conference will be published as the book of conference and also will be indexed in CIVILICA (however, the book of abstracts will be published too).

Optional Services for Presenters (If they wish to use)

  1.  Free Accommodation: ((1) Accommodation will be for six nights (from 31st January (Check-in) up to 6th February 2020(Check-out)); (2) Two participants will stay in each room; (3) Accommodation will be in a hotel.
  2.  Free Food: For six days (during 31st January, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th February 2020), all meals will be free.
  3. Free Tour: Three day tour including visiting historical places, cultural activities and living with local people in Khouzestan province– from evening of 2nd February up to morning of 6th February, 2020, will be free.
  4. D) Free Transportation: All transportations from Ahwaz airport to the accommodation place, to the conference venue and vice versa will be free.
  5. Other Notable Free Services.

1-2 February 2020, Ahwaz, Iran

Free Tour

Electronic Visa

Free Accommodation

A Video Clip of Previous Period

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Teacher’s Types of Questions in Inclusive Classroom: The Case of Mute Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Najme Pourjafarian, Seyyed Ali Hosseini & Dr. Seed Mehrpour,

Shiraz University, Iran

 

The aim of this study is to investigate the types of questions adults asked to children with autism spectrum disorder in inclusive classrooms and whether child’s characteristics (e.g. age) have any effects on the types of questions that adults asked during center-time. Voice recording of non-verbal children which ranged between 4 to 11 with autism spectrum disorder were coded based on the question categories adapted from the work of Massey et al.: management, low cognitive challenging, or cognitively challenging. Results indicated that management questions were asked more than less cognitively challenging questions. Cognitively challenging questions were completely missed from the teachers’ speeches in all the classrooms. Children with lower age had a greater likelihood of receiving less cognitively questions than higher age. The findings present a first step in identifying the questions directed at primary schoolers with autism spectrum disorder in inclusive classrooms.

 

 

The above abstract is part  of the article which was accepted at The First International Conference on Current Issues of Languages, Dialects and Linguistics (WWW.LLLD.IR) & The Third National Conference on English Studies and Linguistics (WWW.ELTL.IR) , 2-3 February 2017 , Iran-Ahwaz.

Najme Pourjafarian, Seyyed Ali Hosseini & Dr. Seed Mehrpour,

Shiraz University, Iran

 

The aim of this study is to investigate the types of questions adults asked to children with autism spectrum disorder in inclusive classrooms and whether child’s characteristics (e.g. age) have any effects on the types of questions that adults asked during center-time. Voice recording of non-verbal children which ranged between 4 to 11 with autism spectrum disorder were coded based on the question categories adapted from the work of Massey et al.: management, low cognitive challenging, or cognitively challenging. Results indicated that management questions were asked more than less cognitively challenging questions. Cognitively challenging questions were completely missed from the teachers’ speeches in all the classrooms. Children with lower age had a greater likelihood of receiving less cognitively questions than higher age. The findings present a first step in identifying the questions directed at primary schoolers with autism spectrum disorder in inclusive classrooms.

 

 

The above abstract is part  of the article which was accepted at The First International Conference on Current Issues of Languages, Dialects and Linguistics (WWW.LLLD.IR) & The Third National Conference on English Studies and Linguistics (WWW.ELTL.IR) , 2-3 February 2017 , Iran-Ahwaz.

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Sample Photos of Last Year

Ahwaz City

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