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Professor Tony Young
Dr Alina Schartner
Dr Sara Ganassin
Dr Stefanie Schneider
Professor Steve Walsh
et al.
Intercultural Challenges for the Reintegration of Displaced Professionals2022
Professor Tony Young
Dr Sara Ganassin
Stefanie Schneider
Dr Alina Schartner
Professor Steve Walsh
et al.
Intercultural Challenges for the Reintegration of Displaced Professionals: A Response to the Language Learning Needs of Refugees in Europe2022
Professor Steve Walsh
E-Classroom Interactional Competencies: Mediating and Assisting Language Learning During Synchronous Online Lessons2021
Nimet Copur
Professor Steve Walsh
Humour as a pedagogical tool in teacher-initiated repair sequences: the case of extreme case formulations and candidate hearing2021
Professor Tony Young
Dr Sara Ganassin
Dr Alina Schartner
Stefanie Schneider
Professor Steve Walsh
et al.
Intercultural communication and language learning for professional reintegration: 'success stories' from the European refugee crisis2021
Professor Tony Young
Dr Alina Schartner
Dr Sara Ganassin
Professor Steve Walsh
Displacement and Professional Reintegration – ‘Success Stories’ from the European Refugee Crisis2019
Dr Sara Ganassin
Professor Steve Walsh
Professor Tony Young
Dr Alina Schartner
The Critical Skills for Life and Work Project: Intercultural Communicative Competence and the Reintegration of Refugee Professionals in Europe2019
Professor Steve Walsh
Professor Savvas Papagiannidis
I’m having a Spring Clear Out: A Corpus-based Analysis of e-transactional Discourse 2017
Professor Steve Walsh
Classroom interactional competence in content and language integrated learning2017
Professor Steve Walsh
Thomas Morton
Editorial2017
Professor Steve Walsh
Reflective Practice in English Language Teaching: Research-Based Principles and Practices2017
Professor Steve Walsh
Reflective Practice in English Language Teaching: Research-Based Principles and Practices2017
Professor Steve Walsh
Analysing spoken discourse in university small group teaching2016
Professor Steve Walsh
'Classroom talk, interaction and collaboration’2016
Professor Tony Young
Professor Steve Walsh
Dr Alina Schartner
Which English? Whose English? Teachers’ beliefs, attitudes and practices2016
Professor Steve Walsh
'Doing reflective practice: a data-led way forward'2015
Professor Steve Walsh
Doing reflective practice: a data-led way forward2015
Professor Steve Walsh
English Profile Studies 1. Criterial Features in L2 English: Specifying the Reference Levels of the Common European Framework2014
Professor Steve Walsh
English Profile Studies 2. Language Functions Revisited: Theoretical and Empirical Bases for Language Construct Definition across the Ability Range2014
Professor Steve Walsh
Classroom discourse and teacher development2013
Professor Steve Walsh
Classroom Discourse and Teacher Development2013
Professor Steve Walsh
Conversations as space for learning2013
Professor Steve Walsh
RP or ‘RIP’: A critical perspective on reflective practice2013
Olcay Sert
Professor Steve Walsh
The interactional management of claims of insufficient knowledge in English language classrooms2013
Professor Steve Walsh
Applying corpus linguistics and conversation analysis in the investigation of small group teaching in higher education2012
Professor Tony Young
Professor Steve Walsh
Invited plenary address on ‘Interactional and intercultural competence and the Clinical Skills Assessment’2012
Professor Steve Walsh
Thomas Morton
Analysing university spoken interaction A CL/CA approach2011
Professor Steve Walsh
Analyzing university spoken interaction: a CL/CA approach2011
Professor Steve Walsh
Exploring Classroom Discourse: Language in action2011
Professor Steve Walsh
'Seeing is believing': looking at EFL teachers' beliefs through classroom interaction2011
Professor Steve Walsh
Technology uptake in Chinese EFL classes2011
Professor Tony Young
Professor Steve Walsh
‘Which English?’ An investigation of the beliefs of ‘non-native’ speaking teachers2010
Professor Paul Seedhouse
Professor Steve Walsh
Dr Christopher Jenks
Conceptualising 'Learning' in Applied Linguistics2010
Professor Steve Walsh
Designing and using corpus-based materials.2010
Professor Steve Walsh
Investigating higher education seminar talk2010
Professor Paul Seedhouse
Professor Steve Walsh
Learning a Second Language through Classroom Interaction2010
Professor Michael McCarthy
Professor Steve Walsh
Vocabulary Matrix: Understanding, Learning, Teaching2010
Professor Tony Young
Professor Steve Walsh
Which English? Whose English? An investigation of 'non-native' teachers' beliefs about target varieties2010
Professor Steve Walsh
The R word in teacher education: understanding the teaching and learning of critical reflective practice2009
Professor Steve Walsh
'…post-colonialism, multi-culturalism, structuralism, feminism, post-modernism and so on and so forth': a comparative analysis of vague category markers in academic discourse2008
Professor Steve Walsh
Analyzing classroom discourse: a variable approach2007
Professor Steve Walsh
Applying CA to a Modes Analysis of Higher Education Spoken Academic Discourse2007
Professor Steve Walsh
Corpus-based Approaches2007
Professor Steve Walsh
Investigating Classroom Discourse2006
Professor Steve Walsh
Talking the talk of the TESOL Classroom2006
Professor Steve Walsh
Developing Interactional Awareness in the Second Language Classroom Through Teacher Self-evaluation2003
Professor Steve Walsh
Construction or obstruction: teacher talk and learner involvement in the EFL classroom2002