Teaching

PhD thesis supervision

2017-2022

Naratip Jindapitak (co-supervisor, 50%): “Addressing learners’ attitudes toward English language variation through a global Englishes awareness raising program”

MA thesis supervision

2022-

Nalina Samarn: “Ideologies in Promotional Materials for Global ELT Textbooks”

2021-

Adeelah Ayae: “Schoolscapes in a Minority Region of Southern Thailand”

2020-21

Jigme Wangdi: “Role of Linguistic Landscape as Pedagogical Tool for Bhutanese learners of English”

2019-20

Danik Widiawati: “The implementation of English-medium instruction in a multilingual context”

2018-19

Luke Vencer Comprendio: “The Beliefs of Students, Parents and Thai teachers toward International English Teachers: A Study of Three Schools in Southern Thailand”

Undergraduate research supervision

As part of the independent study course taken by students in our BA in English (see below), I have supervised a variety of projects, primarily in sociolinguistics, on topics like linguistic landscape, language attitudes, ideology in language, etc.

Classes taught

My current teaching load typically involves being either solely responsible or having joint responsibility for 2-3 courses per semester across several different levels. Many of these courses involve both in-class teaching (both lecturing and leading discussion or practical language work) as well as out-of-class work (for instance, advising students on group projects). Below is a list of courses for which I have been responsible:

MA in Applied English Language Studies (2021-)

  • Current Issues in Applied English Language Studies (syllabus)
  • Sociolinguistics of English as a Global Language (syllabus)

MA in Teaching English as an International Language (2016-2021)

  • Cultural Issues in Teaching English as an International Language (syllabus)
  • Seminar in English Language Learning and Teaching (syllabus)
  • Academic English

BA in English (2016-)

  • Sociolinguistics (syllabus)
  • Global Englishes
  • Intercultural Communication (syllabus)
  • Fundamentals of English Linguistics
  • Seminar in Current Topics
  • Independent Study
  • Academic Writing
  • Creative Writing