The First International English Language Teaching Conference was hosted on May 2-4 2001 by the Department of English Language Teaching, Faculty of Education, Eastern Mediterranean University, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. The theme of the first conference was Searching for uality in English Language Teaching.Contents: Learning-Centered Syllabus Design in SLA Cem AlptekinBoğaziçi University, TurkeySearching for uality Through Collaboration in the English Language Classroom William LittlewoodHong Kong Baptist University, Hong KongSearching for uality in ELT: Expanding the Tradition Jean Zukowski-FaustNorthern Arizona University, USAOn Novice EFL Teacher DevelopmentGe BingfangHigh School Teaching Reaserch Institute, Zhejiang Province, ChinaA Learner Centered Approach to Academic Reading in English Mea lin TeohUniversity of Malaya, MalaysiaSyllabus Co-Construction and Perceptions of Classroom Control: A Case StudyJames C. StalkerBilkent University, TurkeyModeling ESL Methodology in the Literature Class: Alternatives to LecturingPhoebe NilsenNord Trondelag University College Levanger, NorwayAmerican Reading and Grammar: A Tv on-line HybridGary RoelofsChemeketa Community College, USAIf a Thing’s Worth Doing…A Plea for not too Much uality in English Language TeachingPhilip BlairEastern Mediterranean University, North CyprusEvaluation of Practice TeachingSitkiye KuterEastern Mediterranean University, North CyprusReading Component in an Intensive English Language Program:Different Levels, Different ObjectivesR. Şeyda ÜlseverAnadolu Üniversity, TurkeyWriting for PleasureLinda Bilton - Nilufer EnginEastern Mediterranean University, North CyprusTaking Fun SeriouslyGül KeskilHacettepe University, TurkeyTesting Oral Interaction : The Malaysian ExperienceMohana NambairUniversity of Malaya, Kuala LumpurDo In-Service Programs Give English Teacher What They Want ?Feyza Türkay Çukurova University, TurkeyCan We Rely on Self-Assessment to Increase uality in Our Language ClassroomSenem SanalEastern Mediterranean University, North CyprusAre Subject-Specific Texts More Suitable in EAP Courses than General Texts ?Yeşim Betül OktayEastern Mediterranean University, North CyprusA Comparative Study on the Learning Processes of Process of Two English Classes: A University English Preparation Class vs State Primary School English Class in Turkey.Zülal GümüşayYıldız Technical University, Turkey (for more details, please see the LINCOM webshop: www.lincom.at)ISBN 3 89586 745 4. LINCOM Studies in Second Language Teaching 03. 500pp. EUR 88.00.