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- Teaching & Research
Teaching & Research
Christina teaches English as a Foreign Language (EFL), English for Academic Purposes (EAP), and Academic Writing Skills in the Language Centre. She is also one of the tutors responsible for teaching the mandatory first-year module Describing English on the University’s BA English Language Studies course. Her teaching interests lie in semantics, and the development of reading and listening skills in EAP. Her research interest for her MA was the perception of lexical items across different speech communities.
Christina has extensive and varied experience in English language teaching (ELT) and ELT management. She worked in the ELT sectors in Spain, Japan and the UK prior to joining the University in 2001.
2003 MA Applied Linguistics and TESOL, University of Leicester
1997 Trinity College Licentiate Diploma in TESOL (LTCL)
1990 RSA/UCLES Certificate in TEFLA
1989 University of Manchester BA (Hons) Russian Studies
- Conference papers
'An investigation into Chinese expectations of learning and teaching techniques in Western culture', Learning and Teaching Conference, University of Worcester, 2013
Wright, C. (2015) 'Chinese Students' Expectations of Language Learning in Western Culture', Worcester Journal of Learning and Teaching, Issue 10, July 2015