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Dr Toni Dobinson

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Position
Senior Lecturer
Faculty
Faculty of Humanities
School
School of Education
Campus
Bentley Campus
Location
502D.130C
Phone
08 9266 4311

Brief Summary

Toni currently lectures on postgraduate and undergraduate courses in applied linguistics, TESOL and cross cultural communication with the School of Education and offshore providers.

Toni has worked in the United Kingdom, Egypt and The Sultanate of Oman as an English language teacher and is employed as a consultant by NEAS, a national accreditation board for language teaching centres for overseas students. For the last twenty years or so she has been a course tutor and moderator for the Cambridge English Language Teaching to Adults qualification; a pre service teacher education course set up by the University of Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate and offered world wide by different providers.

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Memberships, Awards and Training

Memberships

  • WATESOL Association

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Employment History

The British Council, Cairo, Egypt. International House, London, UK. Capital Institute, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman.

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Teachings

Teaching - Administration

 

MA Applied Linguistics: 683 Language teaching and learning styles 682 language analysis and language in society Grad Cert TESOL; 420/500 Talking Across Cultures

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Research Interests

Research Interests

critical education, classroom interaction and vocabulary retention, intercultural competence

 Research Projects

Investigating the teaching and learning experiences of Asian postgraduate students and their lecturers in Australia and Vietnam.

 

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Publications


2016

Journal Articles (Research)

2015

Journal Articles (Research)

2014

Book Chapters (Research)

2013

Journal Articles (Research)

2012

Journal Articles (Research)

2009

Journal Articles (Research)

2008

Book Chapters (Research)

2001

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Dobinson, T. 2001. "Do learners learn from classroom interaction and does the teacher have a role to play?." Language Teaching Research 5 (3): 189-211.

1999

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Dobinson, T. 1999. "Why do learners recall certain vocabulary items from lessons? A study investigating the recollections of a group of Asian learners." ELICOS Association Journal 17 (1): 34-51.
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2017

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

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