Current PhD Students’ Research

Student Name Research Topic
William Agius Aviation English testing
Bahar Aksu L1 dialect effects on L2 speech perception and production: The case of L1 Turkish
John Bandman Effects of delayed time intervals on written performances on integrated listening-to-write tasks
Neil Bullock Communicative competence in aviation English testing
Hsiao-yun Chan Investigating the assessment of digital literacies in a Singapore secondary school
Geisa Davila Perez Investigating the use of accommodation strategies in the conversation task of the Graded Examinations in Spoken English
Philip Horne Cross-cultural implications of assessing pragmatic competence in computer-based speaking tests
Myriam Iliovits The use of international proficiency tests for admissions at an EMI institution
Glyn Jones The CEFR revisited: a replication study
Santi Lestari Rating scales for the integrated testing of reading-into-writing
Boon Sier (Jeanette) Lim ESL teachers’ and students’ perceptions and use of formative and summative assessment in an examination-oriented context
Keith Menary Language assessment literacy and the impact of learning-oriented assessment in language classrooms
Camilo Ramos Galvez Diagnosing academic reading on an English as a Foreign Language teacher education degree programme
Asbahan Shahizan A validation study of the group oral task of a Malaysian university entrance test
Rebecca Sickinger Using comparative judgement to evaluate writing performances on a national ESL exam in Austria