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
Kathrin Eberharter An investigation into the rater cognition of novice raters and the impact of cognitive attributes when assessing speaking
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 Ignacio Ramos Galvez Diagnosing academic reading on an English as a Foreign Language teacher education degree programme
Noor Asbahan Binti 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