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Applied Linguistics: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages MA

MA Applied Linguistics: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

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Helen SaunstonDr Helen Sauntson

Head of Programme

Experience of teaching English both as a first and an additional language in the UK. Research interests include classroom discourse analysis; language, gender and sexuality; language in education; gender and sexuality in education.  Author of Approaches to Gender and Spoken Classroom Discourse (Palgrave) and (with Liz Morrish) New Perspectives on Language and Sexual Identity (2007). Co-editor (with Kate Harrington, Lia Litosseliti and Jane Sunderland) of Gender and Language Research Methodologies (Palgrave) and (with Sakis Kyratzis) Language, Sexualities and Desires: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (Palgrave).

 

Clare WardmanClare Wardman

Lecturer in English Language and Linguistics

Experience of teaching English for specific and academic purposes in the UK. Research interests include ESOL, bilingualism, language teaching methodology and young learners.

 

 

 

Rachel WicaksonoDr Rachel Wicaksono

Head of Languages and Linguistics

Experience of teaching English, training teachers and managing schools in Indonesia, India, Japan, Pakistan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Sweden, Sri Lanka and the UK; Cambridge ESOL trainer and assessor for Certificate and Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults; IELTS examiner; freelance writer and broadcaster for BBC World Service Learning English; research interests in assessment, classroom interaction, English as a lingua franca and discourse analysis. Joint author (with Chris Hall) of Mapping Applied Linguistics: a guide for students and practitioners (Routledge). 

 

Chris HallDr Christopher J. Hall

Reader in Applied Linguistics

Experience of teaching and researching in Mexico, including at El Colegio de Mexico and as Head of Department of Languages at Universidad de las Americas. Interests include psycholinguistics, second language acquisition, English as a lingua franca and World Englishes. Author of An introduction to language and linguistics: breaking the language spell (Continuum), and Morphology and mind: a unified approach to explanation in linguistics (Routledge), and joint author (with Rachel Wicaksono) of Mapping Applied Linguistics: a guide for students and practitioners (Routledge). 

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