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Teaching Academic English, 2021/22, Semester J02
Dr Simon Green
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

ALEXANDER, O., ARGENT, S. & SPENCER, J. 2008. EAP essentials: a teacher's guide to principles and practice. Reading: Garnet.    

BASTURKMEN, H. 2006. Ideas and options in English for specific purposes ISBN: 080584418X (pbk.); 0805844171. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum.

BAWARSHI, A. & REIFF, M. J. 2010. Genre: An Introduction to History, Theory, Research, and Pedagogy. West Lafayette, Ind.: WAC / Parlor Press  

BOND, B. 2020. Making Language Visible in the University English for Academic Purposes and Internationalisation. Bristol: Multilingual Matters  

BRUCE, I. 2008. Academic writing and genre: a systematic analysis ISBN: 0826498442 (hbk.) : £75.00; 9780826498441 (hbk.) : £75.00. London: Continuum.

DE CHAZAL, E. 2014. English for academic purposes. Oxford: Oxford University Press.  

FLOWERDEW, J. 2006. Academic discourse. Harlow: Longman. Extract available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.

FLOWERDEW, J. & PEACOCK, M. 2001. Research perspectives on English for academic purposes ISBN: 052180518x (pbk.); 0521801303 (hbk.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Chapter 1 available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.

GREEN, S. 2013. Novice ESL writers: A longitudinal case-study of the situated academic writing processes of three undergraduates in a TESOL context. Journal of English for Academic Purposes. ISSN: 1475-1585, 12, 180-191

GREEN, S. 2016. Teaching disciplinary writing as social practice: Moving beyond ‘text-in-context’ designs in UK Higher Education Journal of Academic Writing ISSN: 2225-8973, 6: 1, 98-107

GREEN, S. 2020. Scaffolding academic literacy with low-proficiency users of English. London: Palgrave Macmillan        

HEWINGS, M. & DUDLEY-EVANS, T. 2001. Academic writing in context: implications and applications: papers in honour of Tony Dudley-Evans ISBN: 1902459261 (pbk.). Birmingham: University of Birmingham Press.

HINKEL, E. 2004. Teaching academic ESL writing: practical techniques in vocabulary and grammar ISBN: 0805838902 (pbk.) : £22.95; 0805838899 (cloth : alk. paper) : £53.50. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum.

HYLAND, K. 2002. Specificity revisited: how far should we go now? English for Specific Purposes.  21, 385-395.

HYLAND, K. 2003. Genre-based pedagogies: a social response to process. Journal of Second Language Writing. ISSN: 1060-3743, 12, 17-29.

HYLAND, K. 2006. English for academic purposes : an advanced resource book. London: Routledge. 

HYLAND, K. 2009. Academic discourse: English in a global context. London: Continuum.

HYLAND, K. 2015. Genre, discipline and identity. Journal of English for Academic Purposes.  19, 32-43.

HYLAND, K. & HAMP-LYONS, L. 2002. EAP: Issues and directions. Journal of English for Academic Purposes.  1, 1-12.

HYLAND, K. & TSE, P. 2007. Is there an "academic vocabulary"? TESOL Quarterly.  41, 235-253.

LEA, M. R. 2004. Academic literacies: a pedagogy for course design. Studies in Higher Education.  29, 739-756.

LEA, M. R. & JONES, S. 2011. Digital literacies in higher education: exploring textual and technological practice. Studies in Higher Education.  36, 377-393.

LILLIS, T. 2006. Moving towards an ‘Academic Literacies’ pedagogy: dialogues of participation. In: GANOBSCIK-WILLIAMS, L. (ed.) Teaching academic writing in UK higher education ISBN: 1403945357 (pbk) : £18.99; 1403945349 Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

MOLLE, D. & PRIOR, P. 2008. Multimodal genre systems in EAP writing pedagogy: reflecting on a needs analysis. TESOL Quarterly. ISSN: 0039-8322, 42, 541-566.

PECORARI, D. 2013. Teaching to avoid plagiarism: how to promote good source use ISBN: 9780335245932 (pbk.) : £24.99. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

SPACK, R. 1988. Initiating ESL students into the academic discourse community: how far should we go? TESOL Quarterly. ISSN: 0039-8322, 22, 29-51.

SWALES, J. 1990. Genre analysis: English in academic and research settings ISBN: 0521338131 (pbk); 0521328691, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Chapter 1 available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.

SWALES, J. 2004. Research genres: explorations and applications ISBN: 0521533341 pbk; 0521825946 hbk, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Chapter 3 available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.

TANG, R. 2009. A dialogic account of authority in academic writing. In: CHARLES, M., PECORARI, D. & HUNSTON, S. (eds.) Academic writing : at the interface of corpus and disclosure ISBN: 9781847064363 (hbk.); 1847064361 (hbk.); 9781441135803 (ebook); 1441135804 (ebook). London: Continuum. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.

TARDY, C. 2009. Building genre knowledge ISBN: 9781602351141 (e-book), West Lafayette: Parlor Press.  

TRIBBLE, C. 2015. Writing academic English further along the road. What is happening now in EAP writing instruction? ELT journal. ISSN: 0951-0893, 69, 442-462.

TRIBBLE, C. & WINGATE, U. 2013. From text to corpus: A genre-based approach to academic literacy instruction. System. ISSN: 0346-251x, 41, 307-321.

TURNER, J. 2011. Language in the academy: cultural reflexivity and intercultural dynamics ISBN: 9781847693211 (pbk.) : £24.95; 9781847693228 (hbk.) : £79.95; 1847693229 (hbk.) : £79.95; 1847693210 (pbk.) : £24.95; 9781847693235 (ebook) : £79.95; 1847693237 (ebook) : £79.95. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

TURNER, J. 2012. Academic literacies: Providing a space for the socio-political dynamics of EAP. Journal of English for academic purposes. ISSN: 1475-1585, 11, 17-25.

WINGATE, U. 2012. 'Argument!' helping students understand what essay writing is about. Journal of English for Academic Purposes. ISSN: 1475-1585, 11, 145-154.

WINGATE, U. 2012. Using academic literacies and genre-based models for academic writing instruction: a 'literacy' journey. Journal of English for Academic Purposes. ISSN: 1475-1585, 11, 26-37.

WINGATE, U. 2015. Academic literacy and student diversity: the case for inclusive practice ISBN: 9781783093496 (e-book), Bristol: Multilingual Matters.  

WINGATE, U. & TRIBBLE, C. 2012. The best of both worlds? Towards an English for Academic Purposes/Academic Literacies writing pedagogy. Studies in Higher Education. ISSN: 0307-5079, 37, 481-495.

ZAMEL, V. & SPACK, R. 2008. Negotiating academic literacies: teaching and learning across languages and cultures, New York: Routledge.

Recommended Journals

English for Specific Purposes. ISSN: 0889-4906 (ESPJ)

Journal of English for Academic Purposes. ISSN: 1475-1585 (JEAP)

English for Specific Purposes World. ISSN: 1682-3257 (online journal) (ESP World) Available online at:

This list was last updated on 06/12/2021