|ELT Indonesia, the Network of English Language Teachers in Indonesia|
|Ferry Antoni graduated from the Institute of Teacher Training and Education (IKIP) at Bandung (now UPI/ Indonesia University of Education) and currently work as an academic supervisor at LBPP-LIA Bandung. He is also contract-based (as he prefers) English lecturer at the English Department of UPI, Bandung, where he is taking his graduate program. He has been a presenter at some seminars and conferences on topics related to English language teaching. Antoni translates documents and reports written in Indonesian into English and he also provides translation services for whoever needs to have their research/paper abstracts translated into English. In addition, he is a private English tutor who has reached a TOEFL score of 640 (June 2002).|
|Antoni, F. (2005, March). Enhancing learners' critical thinking skills through argumentative essay writing. Paper
presented at LIA International Conference, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Gunawan, M. H., & Antoni, F. (2004, December). Cross-cultural activities: Voices from EFL classrooms. Paper
presented at the 52nd TEFLIN International Conference, Palembang, Indonesia.
Antoni, F., & Gunawan, M. H. (2004, April). Argumentative essay writing: A process approach to writing
instruction LIA Bandung. Paper presented at the 39th RELC International Seminar, Singapore.
Antoni, F. (2003, October). Teaching grammar and topics integratedly revisited: An alternative for tomorrow's
ELT in Indonesia. Paper presented at the 51st TEFLIN International Conference, Bandung.
Antoni, F. (2003, October). What roles should an English teacher assume? A case study of a LIA teacher. Paper
presented at the 51st TEFLIN International conference, Bandung.
Antoni, F. (2002, March). Empowering English conversation clubs towards establishing an English-speaking
community in compensation for the lack of a second-language context. Paper presented at the ITB Bandung
Fourth National Conference, Bandung.
Antoni, F. (2002, March). Peer-mentoring as a means of making teachers autonomous: An account of a teacher
so autonomously rescourceful (that) he becomes a counselor for his fellow teachers. Paper presented at the
ITB Bandung Fourth National Conference, Bandung.