English Language & Literature
DR S.A. KULARATHNE
English Language & Literature Session Chair
Dr S.A. Kularathne, whose doctoral thesis is on the Bilingual Education implemented in Sri Lankan schools since 2001, is a researcher intersted in issues relating to Teaching English as a Second Language in Sri Lanka. He has presented nearly 15 papers on various dimensions in Bilingual Eduation home and abroad. International Journal of Arts and Sciences (IJAS) and International Perspectives of Bilingiaism , a collection of journal articles ,edited and published by the university of Valleta in Malta carry articles written by him.
|Paper ID||Paper Title||Author(s)|
|EE1||A Study on the Impact of Online Monolingual and Bilingual Dictionary Use on ESL Learners’ Vocabulary Acquisition and Retention||
Keshani,and Dissanayake, Sucheru, D.M.M.
|EE2||Incorporating A Task-Based Approach to Motivate Speaking in The General English Classroom||
|EE3||Effectiveness of L2 Grammar Videos: A Dialogue between Teachers and Learners||
|EE4||Property, Sustainability and Well-Being: The Perspectives of the American Colonizers and the Natives in William Faulkner’s Go Down, Moses||
|EE5||Lessons Learnt: A Study of Student Feedback Regarding Online Proficiency Assessment||
U. and Kalinga, J.
|EE6||Sustainability in the face of adversity – in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet letter||