- Reading MA TESOL Students Reflect on their Research Opportunity with the British Council Assessment Research Group
- Lockdown memes: the creation of humour and public perceptions towards the government during the Coronavirus pandemic 2020.
- Professor wins grant to study online learning
- How I’ve used ‘The Spark’ as a platform to support and connect with other students
- Studying English language in the age of “Post-truth”
English Language and Applied Linguistics
Author Archives: clairefletcher
Reading MA TESOL Students Reflect on their Research Opportunity with the British Council Assessment Research Group
On May 3, two MA TESOL students in the Department, Akihiro Matsuura and Chiho Takeda, were awarded the opportunity to conduct their dissertation research under the supervision of the British Council Assessment Group as part of the Department’s longstanding collaboration … Continue reading
Lockdown memes: the creation of humour and public perceptions towards the government during the Coronavirus pandemic 2020.
For my BA dissertation, I looked at lockdown memes generated during the Coronavirus pandemic. Firstly, let me ask you a question; did you see any memes during lockdown? Unless you don’t participate in social media, I am sure everyone has … Continue reading
Prof Parvaneh Tavakoli has recently received research funding from the prestigious Future of English/British Council scheme for a project entitled ‘Digitally-mediated EMI communication in Higher Education classrooms: Transforming evidence to practical resources’. Prof Tavakoli is a Co-investigator on this project working collaboratively in collaboration with … Continue reading