Conference Program: Norwegian Forum for English for Academic Purposes 2022

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NFEAP 2022 Call for Papers

Conference Program (pdf download)

Abstracts and Presenter Biographies (pdf download)

NFEAP 2022 Wednesday June 8th





Pre-conference meet-up at The Summit Bar, Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Holbergsgate 30, 0166 Oslo

NFEAP 2022 Thursday June 9th





Registration in the foyer of Pilestredet 46 (P46)

09:00 – 09:30


09:30 – 10:30

Plenary presentation 1 (Athene)


Situated Regulation Writing Processes in Research Writing: A New Beginning for Research and Teaching?

Montserrat Castelló

10:30 – 10:50

Coffee break


Strand 1 (Athene):

Digital Approaches

Strand 2 (Apollo):

Task Representations

10:50 – 11.20

Developing an Academic Writing Digital Badge

Aoife Murray & Ellen McCabe


The Role of Task Representation in Academic Reading-into-writing Tasks

Nicola Latimer


11:25 – 11:55

Interpersonal Language in MOOC Lectures: Comparing a High-rated and a Low-rated Course

Xiaoyu Xu

L2 Postgraduate Students’ Task Representations and Emergent Academic Identities in Evidence-based Argumentative Essay Writing

Takeshi Kamijo


12:00 – 13:00



13:00 – 14:00

Plenary presentation 2 (Athene )


‘I Didn’t Really Know What I Was Doing’: Beginnings in EAP Research

Sharon McCulloch

14:00 – 14.20

Coffee break



Strand 1 (Athene):

Assignments and Materials

Strand 2 (Apollo):

Preparing to Write

14:20 – 14:50

The Forgotten Beginning of Student Writing: Instructor Assignment Prompts Andrea Williams

‘You Can Be Creative Everywhere, Even in Academic Writing’. Novice Non-native Speaker in English (NNS) Writers’ Perceptions of Creativity in Academic Writing

Kärt Rummel


14:55 – 15:25


In the Beginning We Are All Novices: Textography as Initial Needs Analysis for English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP)

Jennifer Sizer




Coffee break


Strand 1 (Athene):

Devising Programmes

Strand 2 (Apollo):

Exploring Genres

15.45 – 16:15

A Survey of EMI Lecturer Training Programmes: Content, Delivery, Ways Forward

Katrien L. B. Deroey

Scientific Communication through Interactive Digital Narratives in Interactive Science Documentaries (ISDOCs)

Alfonso Ollero-Gavín


16:20 – 16:50

In-sessional EAP: New Beginnings?


Timothy Chapman & Neil Adam Tibbetts


You’re Asking Them To Do What? Rethinking Our Approach to Genre when Embedding Academic Literacy in the Disciplines

Kerith George-Briant & Amy Aisha Brown


16:55 – 17:25

Designing Multiple EAP Modules for Brand New Courses

Malgorzata Drewniok


Helping Beginner Researchers Begin: Genre Analysis and Teaching Materials for Writing Grant Proposal Summaries

Karin Whiteside, Maggie Charles, Ahmed Halil & Michael Jenkins



Pre-dinner drinks, at Fyrhuset



Conference dinner, Fyrhuset



NFEAP 2022: Friday June 10th




8:45 – 9:00

Welcome/opening of Day 2 


09:00 – 10:00

Plenary presentation 3 (Athene)


A Case of Plus Ça Change …? Beginning Again In EAP, 50 and 13 Years On


Julia Molinari

10:00 – 10:20

Coffee break


Strand 1 (Athene):

Critical Thinking and Argumentation

Strand 2 (Apollo):

Writing Identities

10:20 – 10:50

A Corpus-based Comparative Study of The First Paragraph of Argumentative Texts Written by Iranian and Norwegian learners of English

Parichehr Afzali

Searching for Scholarly Identity in Academic Writing for Graduate Students in Visual Arts and Design

Hana Atcheson

10:55 – 11:25

Day 1: Meeting Our Students Where They Are

Jennifer Lewin

Developing an Academic Persona: The PhD Confirmation Report as a Catalyst

Marion Heron & Nadya Yakovchuk


11:30 – 12:00

Entering the World of Academic Argumentation: Using Knowledge Telling and Knowledge Transforming to Shed Light on Students’ Engagement with Sources


Ingrid Stock, Andrea Karsten & Nancy Lea Eik-Nes


“This Topic Piqued My Interest”: Self-reference and Identity in BA Thesis Writing

Claudia Doroholschi, Loredana Bercuci & Mădălina Chitez


12:00 – 13:00




Strand 1 (Athene):

Disciplines, Disciplinarity, Community

Strand 2 (Apollo):

Renewing Pedagogies

13:00 – 13.30

Supervision as a Bridging Activity

Turi Marte Brandt Ånerud


In the Beginning is the Contract: Introductions, Intent, and the Interplay between the Familiar and the New

Jonathan W. Leader


13.35 – 14:05


Academic Socialization into a Research Academic Community: A Text History Study of BSc Collaborative Thesis Writing

Baraa Khuder, Anthony Norman & Andreas Eriksson


Renewing Teachers’ Practice(s): Starting Over. And Over. And Over.

Katherine (Kate) Taylor


14.10 – 14.40

Making Space to Foster Interdisciplinarity in EAP

Kashmir Kaur & Jenny Skipp


Internationalization of the Instructional Delivery of EAP Program

Ayesha Mushtaq


14:45 – 15:15


Coffee and feedback on 2022, plans for 2023 All are welcome!




Conference ends