A PhD student presenting at an international conference
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||Exploring the Effects of a Constructionist Classroom Learning Environment on EFL Learning of Young Learners in Thailand
||1. Joshi, A., & Darasawang, P. 2017, Acquiring English in a Constructionist Enviornment: Case Study. *ABAC Journal,* 37(2), 1-15.
2. Joshi, A., Darasawang, P., and Tepsuriwong, S. (2017). Exploring the Behavioral and Emotional Engagement of A Young EFL Learner: A Case Study. Proceedings from NICCI: National and International Conference on Curriculum and Instruction 2017 (pp. 701-715). 4 February 2017, Thailand: KhonKaen University, Khon Kaen.
||Epistemological Beliefs about Culture Among Thai Social Studies Teachers
||1. Rungruengkiat, K., & Darasawang, P. (2017). “Materialism Must Die.” A case study of narratives in a Thai social science classroom: A critical discourse analysis approach. E-Proceedings from ICTS13: the 13th International Conference on Thai Studies Globalized Thailand? Connectivity, Conflict and Conundrums of Thai Studies (pp.1403-1421). Chiang Mai, Thailand. Retrieved from http://www.icts13.chiangmai.cmu.ac.th/list_proceeding.php
(15 – 18 July 2017, Chiang Mai University)
2.Rungruengkiat, K. and Darasawang, P. (2013). Uncovering a Cultural Black Box: A Case Study of A Classroom Discourse of A Regional Award-winning Thai Social Sciences Teacher in A Topic of Culture. Online Proceedings from ACE 2014: The 5th Asian Conference on Education (pp. 134-149). 23 – 27 October 2013, Japan: Osaka.
||Connection Between Teacher Autonomy and Learner Autonomy
||1.Intraboonsom, C., Darasawang, P., & Reinders, H. (2018). Fostering learner autonomy through learner training in a Thai EFL context. Proceedings from CLaSIC 2018: The 8th CLS International Conference: Motivation, Identity, and Autonomy in Foreign Language Education (pp. 47-59). Singapore: National University of Singapore, Singapore. (6 – 8 December 2018)
2.Intraboonsom, C., Darasawang, P., & Reinders, H. (2017). Thai teachers talk teacher autonomy. Proceedings from IC-HUSO 2017: The 13th International Conference on Humanities & Social Sciences “People, Culture, Digital Connectivity and Social Changes” (pp. 702-715). Khon Kaen, Thailand. https://hs.kku.ac.th/ichuso/Panel_13.pdf
(2 – 3 November 2017, Khon Kaen University)
||Identity Exploration : A Narrative Inquiry into International Queer EFL Teachers’ Lives
||Lin, H., Trakulkasemsuk, W., & Zilli, P. J. (2018). Proceedings from CLaSIC 2018: The Eighth CLS International Conference “Motivation, Identity and Autonomy in Foreign Language Education” (pp. 154-163). Singapore. http://www.fas.nus.edu.sg/cls/CLaSIC/clasic2018/
PROCEEDINGS/lin_hai.pdf (6 – 8 December 2018, Organized by Centre for Language Studies, National University of Singapore)
||Conceptual References and Orientations in Sequential Discourse
||Panseeta, S. & Watson Todd, R. (2014). A Genre Analysis of 5-star Hotels’ Responses to Negative Reviews on TripAdvisor. rEFLections, 17(2), July, 5-15.
||English as a Lingua Franca in an International Business Context between Thai and Myanmar Construction Professional
||Kanchanapoomi, T., Trakulkasemsuk, W., & Keyuravong, S. (2016). Business discourse patterns in an ELF setting between Thai and Burmese professionals. Southeast Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 16, 48-62. http://fass.ubd.edu.bn/SEA/vol16/SEA-v16-kanchanapoomi.pdf
||Contrastive Rhetoric in English, Chinese and Thai News Discourse
||Wongthanet, W. & Watson Todd, R. (2016). Are Thai and English News Stories Structured Differently?. Proceedings from ICLC 2015: The 7th International Conference on Language and Communication (pp. 237-251). 17 – 18 December 2015, Thailand: National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA), Bangkok.
||Variations in Language Patterns in Cameroon Pidgin English
||1. Ambele, E. & Watson Todd, R. (2017). Adding Rigour to Language Variety Continua. Online Proceedings from DRAL 3/19th ESEA: the international conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics 3 / 19th English in South-East Asia Conference 2017 (pp. 181-194). 22 – 24 June 2017, Thailand: Knowledge Exchange for Innovation Center (KX), Bangkok.
2. Ambele, E. & Watson Todd, R. (2018). Challenging Accepted Practices in Questionnaire Design. Proceedings of Multidisciplinary Research, Innovation and Sustainability RMUTT International conference on Social Sciences and Service Industry 2018 (pp. 56-68). 30 June 2018, Thailand: Rajamangala University of Technology, Thanyaburi.
||Lexical Richness of EFL Science and Engineering Students in Performing a Speaking Task
||Self-Efficacy Beliefs of Thai EFL Pre-Service Teachers during Teaching Practicum
||Pandee, M., Tepsuriwong, S., & Singhasiri, W. (2018). Using Narrative Inquiry to Understand Pre-Service Teacher’s Self-Efficacy Development. Proceedings from ICER2018: The 11th International Conference on Educational Research “Innovations for Capacity Building and Networking” (pp. 256-271). Khon Kaen, Thailand: Anna Offset. (8 – 11 September 2018, Organized by Faculty of Education, Khon Kaen University)
||Personalising and Socialising Language moocs: Developing a SPOLC
||From Sect to Cult to Destructive Cult: A Corpus-Based Study of Sermons
||Raymund T. Palayon, R., Watson Todd, R. and Vungthong, S. (2019). The language of mass suicide: A corpus analysis of the sermons of destructive cults. The Dark Side of Communication: 2nd International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Discourse and Communication in Professional Contexts. Organized by Aalborg University, Denmark, Aalborg University. (14 – 16 August 2019)
||The Effects of Emotion Regulation Program on L2 Learners’ Appraisals, Emotions, and Motivation
||Frustration in Language Learning
||Khagendra Raj Dhakal
||Soft Skills for Education and Work : Developing an Innovative Test of Critical Thinking
||David Dwayne Perrodin