Proceedings of the 20th International Conference of the Asia Association of Computer-Assisted Language Learning (AsiaCALL 2023)

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Peer-Review Statements

Vu Phi Ho Pham, Andrew Lian, Ania Lian
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the AsiaCALL2023 during 24-26 November 2023 in the University of Danang, The University of Foreign Language Studies, Da Nang City Vietnam. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the Scientific Committee of AsiaCALL2023...
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University Teachers’ Perceptions on the Integration of ChatGPT in Language Education Assessment: Challenges, Benefits, and Ethical Considerations

Phuong Hoang Yen, Huynh Thi Anh Thu, Nguyen Anh Thi, Nguyen Huong Tra, Le Thanh Thao, Pham Trut Thuy
This qualitative study delves into specific university lecturers’ perspectives regarding the integration of ChatGPT, a sophisticated AI language model, into language education assessment paradigms. Through semi-structured interviews with 15 lecturers from diverse academic backgrounds, the research sought...
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Exploring The Relationship Between ChatGPT and Task-based Approach: Opportunities and Challenges

Tran Tuyen, Nguyen Dinh Nhu Ha, Nguyen Loc, Le Thi Thuy Trang
The appearance of ChatGPT brings many benefits to teaching and learning English. ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence Chatbot developed by OpenAI which can operate as human-like text. In this paper, we aim to explore the relationship between ChatGPT and task-based approach (TBA) in terms of opportunities...
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Revisiting AI in an English Classroom

Mary Joy Vailoces Sienes, Jane Carla Sebial Sarsale
The emergence of science and technology has brought changes to humanity. In the academe, the era of ‘sage on stage’ has been pragmatically replaced by ‘AI on the side.’ Technology, especially AI, which simulates and sometimes works even faster and more accurately than a human brain, has contributed to...
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Using Video-based Learning to Improve Presentation Skills for fourth -year English Majors at Hanoi Open University

Thi Kim Chi Nguyen, Phuong Thao Le
The purpose of the study is to investigate the fourth-year English majors’ perceptions of using video-based learning and their practices in learning presentation skills at the Faculty of English, Hanoi Open University. A questionnaire survey was employed to gather the data for the study. The structured...
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Implementing Mobile Mediated Collaborative Writing (MMCW) to Empower Self-Regulated Learning in the EFL Classroom

Ratnawati, Nur Mukminatien, Yazid Basthomi, Ekaning Dewanti Laksmi
Writing in EFL classes needs multidimensional competences including cognitive, metacognitive, socio-behaviour, and motivational aspects in the whole process. Unfortunately, previous studies have been focused more on writing products, cognitive aspects, and individual types. Therefore, to fill in the...
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An approach to tackle pronunciation errors in Thai language among Vietnamese students by linguistic and speech recogniton

Kieu Yen Nguyen
The purpose of this study is to present a solution to solve the problem of Thai pronunciation among Vietnamese students learning Thai in University of Foreign Language Studies,, The University of Danang. The pronunciation of Thai and Vietnamese differ in initial consonants, vowels, fina consonants, and...
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A Study of Satisfaction with the Learning Management of Local Literature by Applying Story Map through Padlet

Pakkapon Khamnoy, Por Prapassanan Ruangjan
Local literature is an important cultural heritage of the nation. The Ministry of Education of Thailand has emphasized its importance by providing a national curriculum that encourages students to learn Thai Local literature. Faculty of Education, Naresuan University has long had a commitment to produce...
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Integrating Information Literacy into an English for Specific Purposes Course: Empirical Results and Recommendations for Practice

Nguyen Ngoc Anh
Teaching English course for specific (ESP) purposes is not only about the skills in reading or speaking, the task requires teachers to deliver heavily on knowledge and practical skills in the discipline. With tradition language teaching methods, the results in ESP courses cannot be fulfill, therefore,...
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Interactive Criteria and Methods for Teaching Foreigners Vietnamese Language Writing

Phuong Nguyen Hoang
In social interaction theories on discourse, meaning is a social construction developed by writers and readers by means of textual means, which separately shapes the particular goals. Within the communication operation, participants are assumed to create different “moves”, aimed at achieving progressive...
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Spelling During the Netspeak Era: An Attitudinal Investigation toward English Spelling and Writing among Teacher Education Students

Reenchiel R. Macario, Ericson O. Alieto
When social media and technology develop, language forms develop as well. For as long as a message is conveyed, adherence to aspects of spelling and writing in its profundity tends to not be observed and practiced. This creates mishaps and doubts about the ability of individuals to equate to their outputs....