Books, Papers, Reviews and More
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2019. Manglish; Malaysian English at its Wackiest. 2nd edition. With Lee Su Kim. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish.148pp.
2019. Key Success Indicators (KSIs) for Blended Learning: A Pilot Test of the Coding Manuals. Mahmud,M.M.,Yacob.Y. and Hall, S.J.paper.Conference Proceedings. The 4th International Conference on Information and Education Innovations (ICIEI 2019).
2018 Beyond teacher transmission and Googling information to more creative language learning. In (Eds.) V. Novita, D.P.Saraswati, M.C Wulandri et al. Proceedings of The 6th UndergraduateConference on ELT, Linguistics and Literature. Learning English in the Modern Era. pp. 1-9. Yogyakarta: Sanata Dharma Press
2018. In-Service Training in Preparing Native English Speaker Teachers and Non-Native English Speaker Teachers. In (Ed.) Liontas, J. TESOL Encyclopaedia of English Language Teaching.Wiley, DOI: 10.1002/9781118784235
2018. Plurilingual positioning and its effectiveness in classroom interaction. In (Ed.) Heard, P. Great Thinkers. Great Minds. Sunway University Professorial Lecture Series. Bandar Sunway: Sunway University Press.pp.43-67.
2017. A review of Bates, A.W. Teaching in a Digital Age. Guidelines for designing teaching and learning. A free, online open textbook. Https://opentextbc.ca/teachinginadigitalage/ http://www.hltmag.co.uk/jun17/index.htm
2016. A review of Motivation in the Language Classroom in RELC Journal 47 (2) pp.269-270.
2015. A past before a blueprint; Malaysia’s challenges in English Language Teaching in (Eds.) Stroupe R. and Kimura K. ASEAN Integration and the Role of English Language Teaching Phomn Penh; IDP Cambodia, pp. 149-168.
2015. Gaining acceptance of task-based teaching during Malaysian in service teacher training, in (Eds.) Reinders,H. & Thomas,M. Task Based Language Teaching in Asia; Challenges, Opportunities and Future Directions.London: Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 156-169.
2014. A review of English in Southeast Asia: Features, Policy and Language Use by (Eds.) Low Eee Ling and Hasmih Azirah. RELC Journal 45 (1), pp. 101-106.
2013. Learning from teacher educators: reflecting on the certainty of teaching ‘recipes. The English Teacher XLII, pp137-151.
2012. Deconstructing aspects of native speakerism: reflections from inservice teacher education. The Journal of Asia TEFL 9 (3), pp. 107-130.
2012. A review of digitised vocabulary acquisition: Lexxica Word Engine. eltworldonline.com http://blog.nus.edu.sg/eltwo/category/volume-4/
2011. Review of `Understanding Asia Forms of Address in Asia’ by Hyacinth Gaudart. 2011 Asia TEFL Journal 8(4), pp. 271-274.
2011. Observe. Listen and Learn: Reflective Questions for Cultural Awareness. ELTAM Newsletter, Winter 2011, English Language Teachers Association of Mongolia, pp. 2- 4.
2011. ‘New literacy’s cut and paste and how teachers can assist creativity.’ In Mukundan J. & VN. Salem. Readings in ELT Materials V. Serdang: UPM Press. pp. 271-274.
2009. First Class Service 1 - English for the Tourism and Hospitality Industry. With Blappert,T. Singapore: Cengage Learning Asia. pp. 105.
2009. First Class Service 2 - English for the Tourism and Hospitality Industry. With Blappert,T. Singapore Cengage Learning Asia. pp. 105.
2007. Best Practice in English Language for Malaysian Primary Schools. (Contributing Editor). Kuala Lumpur: Curriculum Development Centre, Ministry of Education. pp. 100. Distributed nationally by MOE.
2007. In service or in servitude of native speaker myths: Dilemmas of internationalizing pedagogy.’ In (Ed), Poedjosoedarmo, G. Regional Language Centre Anthology Series 48. Singapore: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre. pp. 250-264.
2006. English for Tourism 1. With Blappert, T. China Central Radio & TV University Press with International Thomson Asia: Singapore. pp. 96 (bilingual).
2006. English for Tourism 2. With Blappert, T. China Central Radio & TV University Press with International Thomson Asia: Singapore. pp. 92. (bilingual).
2006. Listening as a Needed Skill in Understanding Literature. In (Ed.) Mukundan J. Creative Writing in EFL/ESL Classrooms II. Petaling Jaya, Selangor : Pearson Longman. pp. 105-110.
2004. Avoiding Motivation Alienation: AMA and Cigku’s Moves for Classroom Change. In (Eds) Mukundan J., Dzeelfa Z.A. and Anelka A.H. ELT Matters 1. Issues in English Language Learning and Teaching. Serdang, Kuala Lumpur : Universiti Putra Malaysia Press. pp. 217-223.
2003. Look, question and learn: a cultured view of spoken English learning. The English Teacher. 6,(3) pp. 251-258.
2003. Speaking Grammatically: Grammatically Speaking. In James J.E. (Ed) Grammar in the Language Classroom. Anthology Series 43. Singapore: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre. pp. 294-313.
2002. Implementing Cooperative Learning.’ with George M Jacobs. In Richards J. C. and Renadya W. C (Eds.). Methodology in Language Teaching: An Anthology of Current Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 52-58.
2001. Tourism: Text, Topic and Needs: A Case Study of Selected Thai Materials.’ In Mukundan, J. and Teh Chee Seng (Eds.) Trends in English Language Teaching. Kuala Lumpur: Universiti Putra Malaysia Press. pp. 91-97.
2001. First Class-English for Tourism. Book 2. With Blappert, T. International Thomson Asia: Singapore. pp. 84.
1999. First Class-English for Tourism. Book 1. With Blappert, T. International Thomson Asia: Singapore. pp. 84.
1997. I’d like to present but how are you going to score me.’ The Temasek Journal 5, pp. 90-98.
1997 Integrating Pronunciation for Fluency in Presentation Skills. ; Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Teachers
of English to Speakers of Other Languages (31st, Orlando, FL, March 11-15, 1997). EDRS PRICE MF01/PC01
Integrating Pronunciation for Fluency in Presentation Skills (PDF Download Available). Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/234700040_Integrating_Pronunciation_for_Fluency_in_Presentation_Skills [accessed Mar 11 2018].
1996. Spoken English Skills for Specific Contexts’. In David M.K. (Ed) Innovations in Approaches to the Teaching and Learning of English. MELTA Biennial International Conference Selected Papers. MELTA: Selangor Darul Eshan, Malaysia. pp. 104-110.
1996. A Minus Becomes a Plus. In (Eds>0Jacobs G.M. and Sundara Rajan B.R. Who Is The Most Talkative of Them All.- Stories for Language Teacher Education. SEAMEO Regional Language Centre. Singapore. p. 49.
1995. Annotated Bibliography of ASEAN Works on English for Business and Technology. Co-editor with Tan Chor Eng. SEAMEO Language Centre: Singapore. pp. 226.
1995. Response to Languages, Linguistics and Letters.’ With Issy Yuliasri. TESOL Matters 5 (3) pp. 8.
1994. Implementing Cooperative Learning. With Jacobs G. Forum 32(4), pp. 2-6.
1994. Task as a Unit of Teaching Analysis.’. In (Eds.)Tsui A.B.M., Allison D.M., and McNeill A. Language and Learning. Education Department: Hong Kong. pp. 98-125.
1994. English for Business and Technology Course Design. A Guide to Using the EBT Project Resources. with David Crabbe. SEAMEO Regional Language Centre: Singapore. pp. 56.
1994. Sentence Fluency’ In. K. Bailey and L.Savage (Eds.). New Ways of Teaching Speaking TESOL: Alexandra, Virginia. pp. 256-257.
1993. Review of `Giving Presentations’ by M.Ellis and N.O'Driscoll. Language and Communication Review 1(1) pp. 20-21. STETS: Singapore.
1993. Review of `Study Speaking: A Course in Spoken English for Academic Purposes’ by Lynch T. and Anderson K. 1993. RELC Journal 24(1) pp. 141-144.
1992. Using Split Information Tasks to Learn Mathematics Vocabulary. Guidelines 14(1) pp. 72-77.
1984. The Village Storyteller and ELT. 1984. Modern English Teacher 12(2) pp. 26-28.
Editorial Boards 2007- current Journal of Social Sciences UPM, ELT World On line, Journal of Quality Life.
Editorial team member 1997-99 `Temasek Journal’.
Editorial team member 1997-1999 `Language and Communication Review’ STETS, Singapore.
Editor Guidelines 1993 Vol 15,2; 1994 Vol 16,1; 16,2 (Literature in the Language Classroom) thematic issue of invited articles. 1995 Vol 17,1.
1992. Team writer for E.S.O.L In The Mainstream. A Secondary Development Package for Subject Teachers with E.S.O.L. Students in their Classes’ (Ed). T.Davidson. Teacher Support Services: Wellington, New Zealand.