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. 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. http://thol.academia.edu/StephenHall
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.