Professor of Applied Linguistics
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Room WT1105C, Level 11, AUT Tower, corner of Wakefield and Rutland Streets, Auckland Central.
Efficacy of negotiated feedback on bilingual students' postgraduate academic writing.
The effect of a strategies instructional approach to second language writing difficulties encountered in text construction.
The dynamic nature of the willingness to communicate in English of adult permanent migrant learners from Iran in a New Zealand tertiary classroom.
Chinese EFL teachers’ written feedback on expository argumentation: A process oriented perspective.
L2 motivation, types of revision and efficacy of written CF.
Written corrective feedback, individual differences and L2 acquisition of English passive voice.
Samira Yadollahi Kakh
Addressing the issue of writing from sources in academic writing among novice non-native postgraduate students
Arezou Sobhani (second supervisor, Otago University)
A new approach to investigating the effectiveness of providing second language writers with written corrective feedback: The case of self-regulation in uptake of correct forms.
Comparing Iran's EFL and New Zealand's ESL contexts with regard to interactional feedback.
The role of corrective feedback in different social contexts and its effectiveness on L2 development.
Non-native graduate students’ engagement with supervisors’ written corrective feedback on drafts of thesis/dissertation.