Dr Hania Salter-Dvorak
Lecturer in TESOL Education
+44 (0) 1392 724846
North Cloisters NC123
North Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK
I am an educational sociolinguist; before joining Exeter in 2012 I taught Applied Linguistics/TESOL on master’s degrees at St Mary’s University College and Northumbria University. In my work I draw on my own experience as a language learner, user and teacher. While I have taught modern foreign languages (Italian and French at FE level and Arabic at BA level), most of my professional life has focussed on teaching, designing provision for and researching English for Academic purposes. I taught at Thames Valley University for ten years, and subsequently led EAP provision for over a thousand students at the University of Westminster for six years. Through working with international students, I have become increasingly interested in how culture, identity and power contribute to the acquisition of academic literacy. This became the subject for the doctorate which I completed at Bristol University in 2011.
My research interests are:
- Culture and identity in formal and informal language learning
- Development of L2 students’ academic literacy in Anglophone Academia.
- Processes surrounding lecturer feedback and assessment on the academic writing of L2 students in Anglophone Academia.
- Spoken communication in academic settings
- Constructivist course evaluation
I currently supervise a number of doctoral students in the areas above.
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I currently teach on and lead the following modules:
- Discourse and Language Education
- Practical Knowledge for TESOL teaching
- Teaching English to Young Learners
I also contribute to modules in Language Awareness, Testing and Assessment, Syllabus and Curriculum Design, Research methods for TESOL enquiry, and Language teaching methodology, as well as co- supervising doctoral students in the areas of intercultural communication, vocabulary teaching, and English language medium teaching.
- EFPM267 - Language Awareness for TESOL
- EFPM268 - Developing an Appropriate Language Teaching Methodology
- EFPM280 - Developing Practical Knowledge for TESOL Teaching
- EFPM313 - Issues in English Language Teaching
- EFPM314 - Discourse and Language Education
- EFPM787 - Teaching English to Young Learners
Supervision / Group
- Suaad Al Naabi, Joint (with Chris Boyle) - Teaching visually impaired secondary school students in Oman
- Sahar Alamri, lead supervisor (with Sue Riley) A Case Study of Feedback on EFL Academic Writing, in Saudi Arabia
- Muna Albuloushi second supervisor (with Sue Riley) • Reflections of M.Ed TESOL graduates on their career development post graduation
- Abeer Aldheferi, lead supervisor (with Sue Riley)Informal Language Learning of Female Saudi Undergraduates
- Amina Alhashimi lead supervisor (with Sue Riley) • Codeswitching in university EFL classrooms in Oman
- Omar Alsaif, second supervisor
- Sana Alzahrani, second supervisor (with Salah Troudi)
- Victor Birkner Duarte, second supervisor (with Sue Riley)Curriculum identity
- Bridie Farah, lead supervisor (with Sue Riley) Teaching and Learning Experiences in an Innovation and Entrepreneurship course in UAE Higher Education
- Nicole Gueracague, second supervisor (with Esmaeel Abdollahzadeh)The experiences of postgraduates from French ex-colonies in French universities: A narrative study.
- Rauf Mabina second supervisor (with Sue Riley) • Critical thinking in the academic writing of undergraduates in a Pakistani university.
- Alison McBoyle lead supervisor (with Sue Riley)
- Tian Xu, second supervisor(with Esmaeel Abdollahzadeh)Learning from Chinese international volunteers' intercultural communication experiences
- Eman Aldoseri completed 2018
- Saud Alsalahi, completed 2017
- P.J. Moore, completed 2015
- Sayyed Rashid Shah, completed 2016