Publications by members of the TESOL Research Network

All publications by author

A–K | J–P | S-Z

 
A–K
  Belcher, D., A. Johns and B. Paltridge (Eds). (2011). New Directions in English for Specific Purposes Research. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press 
  Bosuwon, T & Woodrow, L. J. (2009) Developing a problem based approach to enhance English reading abilities of Thai undergraduate students RELC Journal, 40, 1, 42-64. 
  Burns A. Paltridge B. and G. Wigglesworth. (2008). Review of recent doctoral research in second language teaching and learning in Australia. Language Teaching. 41 2: 275-295. 
  Cruickshank, K. (2009). English for Academic Purposes in Secondary Schools. In D. Belcher (Ed.), English for Specific Purposes in Theory and Practice. (pp. 22–41), Michigan: University of Michigan Press. 
  Cruickshank, K. and Chen, H. (eds.). (2009). Making a Difference: Themes and Challenges in Applied Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press. 
  Cruickshank, K.and Tsung, L. (2010). Teaching and Learning Chinese: A research agenda. In L. Tsung and K.Cruickshank (Eds.), Learning and Teaching Chinese in Global Contexts: Multimodality and literacy in the new media age London: Continuum.  
 

Harbon L. (2008). Chinese students in a 'sea' of change: one teacher's discoveries about Chinese students' learning and emotions through use of song. Evaluation and Research in Education (Special issue on Construction and Deconstruction of The Chinese Learner: Implications for Learning Theories) 21 (3) 214-234. 

  Harbon, L. (2009). Languages in the Primary School: Teachers' Perceptions of Policy and Practice. Berlin: Verlag Dr Mueller.  
  Harbon, L. (2009). Professional standards into the future. Babel: Journal of the Australian Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations.44 (1), 21-23. 
  Harbon, L. & Shen, H. (2010). Researching language classrooms. In B. Paltridge & A. Phakiti, (Eds.), Continuum Companion to Research Methods in Applied Linguistics (pp. 274–285). London: Continuum. 
  Hirsh, D. & Coxhead, A. (2009). Ten ways of focussing on science-specific vocabulary in EAP classrooms. EA Journal, 25(1), 5–16.  
  Hirsh, D. (2010). Academic Vocabulary in Context. Bern: Peter Lang. 
  Hirsh, D. (2010). Researching vocabulary. In Paltridge, B, Phakiti, A (Eds). Continuum Companion to Research Methods in Applied Linguistics London: Continuum.  
  Hirsh, D. (2010). Tracking academic performance: A qualitative approach. In Anderson, F., Ma, Y., & Tarling, N. (Eds.), The English Language and the Asian Student (pp. 278–300), Jinan, China: Shandong University Press.  
  Hirsh, D. & Yamashita, Y. (2011). Second Language and Cognition: Conceptual Categorization of Count/mass Nouns in English with Japanese University Students. Asian EFL Journal.  
  Hyland, K. and B. Paltridge (Eds) (2011). Continuum Companion to Discourse Analysis. London: Continuum. 
 
J–P
 

Ji P. (2008). Pragmatics and Pedagogy in College English Teaching. Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press. 

  Lee S. H. & Woodrow L. J. (2008) International out-of-class interaction during the preparation of academic assignments University of Sydney Papers in TESOL 3 35 71.
  Lindgren E. Stevenson M. & Sullivan K.P.H. (2008). Supporting the reflective language learner with Computer Keystroke Logging in Zhang & Barber (Eds). Handbook of Research on Computer-Enhanced Language Acquisition and Learning IGI Global Publication.
  Matsuoka, W. & Hirsh, D. (2010). Vocabulary learning through reading: Does an ELT course book provide good opportunities? Reading in a Foreign Language, 22(1), 56–70.  
  Moloney R. and L. Harbon. (2008). I speak therefore I am: Self-perceptions of identity in immersion program language learners as an expression of intercultural competence. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL 3 111-129. 
  Moloney, R. & Harbon, L. (2010). Making intercultural language learning visible and assessable. Proceedings of the Intercultural Competence Conference, CERCLL 2010 Second Annual Conference on the Development and Assessment of Intercultural Competence. January 29-31. (pp. 281-303). Tucson, Arizona, USA.
  Olmedo, I. & Harbon, L. (2010). Broadening our sights: internationalizing teacher education for a global arena. Teaching Education, 21 (1), 75 - 88. 
 

Paltridge B. and L. Harbon. (2008). Intercultural competency and the international student experience. In J. van Rij-Heyligers (ed). Intercultural Communications across University Settings: Myths and Realities. Auckland: Pearson Education. 

  Paltridge B. L. Harbon D. Hirsh A. Phakiti H. Shen M. Stevenson and L. Woodrow (2009). Teaching Academic Writing: An Introduction for Teachers of Second Language Writers. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press  
 

Paltridge B. J. Ohashi and H. Ohashi. (2008). Finishing the dissertation while on tenure track: Enlisting support from inside and outside the academy. In C. Casanave and X. Li (eds). Learning the Literacy Practices of Graduate School: Insiders' Reflections on Academic Enculturation. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 

  Paltridge B. (2008). Textographies and the researching and teaching of writing. Iberica Journal of the European Association of Languages for Specific Purposes. 15 9-23.
  Paltridge, B. (2009). Where have we come from and where are we now? In D. Belcher (ed) English for Specific Purposes in Theory and Practice (pp. 289-296). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 
  Paltridge, B and A. Phakiti. (eds) (2010). Continuum Companion to Research Methods in Applied Linguistics. London: Continuum. 
  Paltridge, B. and W. Wang. (2010). Researching discourse. In B. Paltridge and A. Phakiti. (Eds). Companion to Research Methods in Applied Linguistics (pp. 256-273). London: Continuum. 
  Paltridge, B. (2011). Theses and dissertations in English for specific purposes. In T. Upton and U. Connor (Eds). The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. 
  Paltridge, B. (2011). Teaching English for specific purposes. In A Burns and J. Richards (Eds). The Cambridge Guide to Pedagogy and Practice in Second Language Teaching. New York: Cambridge University Press. 
  Paltridge, B. and S. Starfield. (2011). Research in English for specific purposes. In E. Hinkel (Ed). Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning. Vol 2. London: Routledge. 
  Paltridge, B. and W. Wang. (2011). Contextualising ESP research: Media discourses in China and Australia. In D. Belcher, A.M. Johns and B. Paltridge (Eds). New Directions in English for Specific Purposes Research. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 
  Paltridge, B., A. Thomas and J. Liu. (2011). Genre, performance and Sex and the City. In R. Piazza, F. Rossi and M. Bednarek (Eds). Telecinematic Discourse: An Introduction to the Fictional Language of Cinema and Television. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 
  Peng, J. E. & Woodrow, L. J. (2010) Willingness to Communicate in English: A Model in the Chinese EFL Classroom Context. Language Learning 60. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9922.2010.00576.x 
  Phakiti A. (2008). Construct validation of Bachman and Palmer's (1996) strategic competence model over time in EFL reading tests. Language Testing 25 237-272.
 

Phakiti A. (2008). Strategic competence as a fourth-order factor model: A structural equation modeling approach. Language Assessment Quarterly 5 20-42.

  Phakiti A. (2008). Predicting NESB international postgraduate students' academic achievement: A structural equation modeling approach. International Journal of Applied Educational Studies 3 18-38.
  Phakiti, A. (2010). Analysing quantitative data. In B. Paltridge and A. Phakiti. (Eds). Companion to Research Methods in Applied Linguistics (pp. 39-49). London: Continuum. 
 
S–Z
  Shen H. (2008). Postmodernism and process pedagogy: A cross-cultural perspective. Shanghai: Fudan University Press.
  Schoonen, R., Snellings, P., Stevenson, M., & van Gelderen. A. (2009). Towards a blueprint of the foreign language writer: The linguistic and cognitive demands of foreign language writing in R.M. Manchón (Ed.), Learning, teaching, and researching writing in foreign language contexts. US: Multilingual Matters. 
  Stevenson, M. (2010). Researching reading. In B. Paltridge and A. Phakiti. (Eds). Companion to Research Methods in Applied Linguistics (pp. 174-190). London: Continuum. 
  Tsung, L. and Cruickshank, K. (2009). Mother Tongue and Bilingual Minority Education in China. International Journal of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education. 
  Tsung, L. and Cruickshank, K. (2010). Learning and Teaching Chinese in Global Contexts: Multimodality and literacy in the new media age. London: Continuum.  
  Tsung, L. and Cruickshank, K. (2010). Emerging trends and issues in teaching and learning Chinese. In L. Tsung and K.Cruickshank (Eds.), Learning and Teaching Chinese in a Global Context London: Continuum.  
  Tsung, L. and Cruickshank, K. (2010). Minority education for exclusion or access: Teaching Chinese as a second language in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. In L.Tsung and K.Cruickshank (Eds.), Learning and Teaching Chinese in a Global Context. London: Continuum.  
  Tsung, L., Zhang, Q. and Cruickshank, K. (2010). Access to Majority Language and Educational Outcomes: South Asian Background Students in Postcolonial Hong Kong. Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education. 4, 1–16.  
  Woodrow L. J. (2008). Adaptive Second Language Learning. Saarbrucken Germany: VDM Verlag.
  Woodrow, L. (2010). Researching motivation. In B. Paltridge and A. Phakiti. (Eds). Companion to Research Methods in Applied Linguistics (pp. 301-317). London: Continuum. 
  Wiltshire, J. & Harbon, L. (2010). French and English together in one primary school in New South Wales. Babel: Journal of the Australian Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations.44 (3), 14-25. 
  Yuwono, G.I. & Harbon, L. (2010). English Teacher Professionalism and
Professional Development: Some Common Issues in Indonesia. Asian EFL
Journal, 12 (3), 141-163. 
  Zhang, Q., Tsung, L., Cruickshank, K., Ki, W. and Shum, S.K. (2010). South Asian Students' Educational Experiences and Attainment: Learning Chinese as a Second / Additional Language in Hong Kong. In L. Tsung and K. Cruickshank (Eds.), Learning and Teaching Chinese in a Global Context London: Continuum.  
  Zhong, H. & Hirsh, D. (2009). Vocabulary growth in an English as a foreign language context. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL, 4, 85–113.