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Dr Ann Dashwood

Dr Ann Dashwood
Name Ann Dashwood
Position Senior Lecturer (TESL)
Section School of Linguistics, Adult and Specialist Education
Office L317
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 1806
Extension 1806
Email
Qualifications BA Monash , BEd Monash , GDipAppLing NTU , MEdAdm UNE , EdD Griffith
Languages French (non accredited translator)
Homepage http://www.usq.edu.au/users/dashwood
The views expressed on staff homepages may not reflect the views of the University.

Research interests
Teacher talk
Classorom discourse
Language awareness
Teachers beliefs about language teaching

Professional memberships
Fellow and Life Member Australian College of Educators;
Past President Darling Downs Group, Modern Language Teachers' Association of Queensland (MLTAQ);
Association for Academic Language and Learning (AALL)
Applied Linguistics Association of Australia ALAA)

Currently teaching courses/programs
LIN 5002 Methodology in Teaching a Second Language
LIN 8005 Discourse Analysis
EDU 33481 Introduction to Language & Second Language Learning
EDU 3482 Second Language Teaching Methodology

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
18 Years

Teaching experience(Other)
20 Years

Research most recent
Dashwood, A, (2005) Third turn as a teachable moment in foreign language pedagogy, Doctoral Thesis, Griffith University. December.

Refereed articles.

Dashwood, A. & Wood, L. (2006) (in press). Alternatives to Questions; Language use in UNIPREP classroom discussion. International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, USQ.

Dashwood, A. (2005). Teacher role in classroom discussion, Asian EFL Journal, Vol. 7. Iss.4. Art.9.

Dashwood, A. (2004). Reviving the third turn in teacher talk in the languages classroom, In B. Bartlett, F.Bryer & D. Roebuck (Eds.), Educating: Weaving research into practice, Vol.1 (pp. 230-245). Brisbane: School of Cognition, Language and Special Education, Griffith University.

Dobrenov-Major, M. & Dashwood, A. (2004). Exploring the third place: Developing intercultural sensitivity – LOTE pre-service students speak. In B. Bartlett, F.Bryer & D. Roebuck (Eds.), Educating: Weaving research into practice, Vol.2 (pp. 1 -12). Brisbane: School of Cognition, Language and Special Education, Griffith University.

Mangubhai, F., Marland, P., Dashwood, A.& Son, J-B. (2005).
Similarities and differences in teachers’ and researchers’ conceptions of communicative language teaching: Does the use of an educational model cast a better light? Language Teaching Research,


Research most notable
Dashwood,A. (2004). Talk and productive pedagogies in languages education, Babel, 39 (1), Winter. 20-25


Publications in ePrints

Burton, Lorelle and Lawrence, Jill and Dashwood, Ann and Brown, Alice (2013) Producing pedagogy. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. ISBN 978-1443-84592-2

Albion, Peter (2011) Connected learning: what do our widening social networks mean for the future of learning? In: Language, culture and social connectedness. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, pp. 89-100. ISBN 978-1-4438-2992-2

Noble, Karen and Temmerman, Nita (2011) Creating connections: understanding the importance of a relational pedagogy in the transnational teaching and learning space. In: Language, culture and social connectedness. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, pp. 101-113. ISBN 978-1-4438-2992-2

Midgley, Warren (2011) It's becoming a problem: a Saudi husband's thoughts on his wife covering herself in Australia. In: Language, culture and social connectedness. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, pp. 75-87. ISBN 978-1-4438-2992-2

Park, Sang-Soon and Son, Jeong-Bae (2011) Language difficulties and cultural challenges of international students in an Australian university preparation program. In: Language, culture and social connectedness. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, pp. 35-55. ISBN 978-1-4438-2992-2

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