Dr Andrew Blair
|Post:||Tutorial Fellow in English Language (Sussex Centre for Language Studies)|
|Location:||Arts A A062|
|International:||+44 1273 678176|
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BA (Kent), MA (Brighton), Trinity (London) Dip TESOL, Professional Doctorate in Education (Sussex) completed 2012.
Andrew is the convenor for the MA English Language Teaching course, teaching on the Second Language Acquisition, Principles and Practice, World Englishes, Research Methods in ELT modules. He is also a Trinity College TESOL trainer and runs courses for overseas teachers of English and language assistants.
He is involved with supervising Doctoral research students in the area of ELT, and with the Year Abroad Teaching Assistant programme for Modern Language students.
Research interests include English as an international language, phonology, second language acquisition, teacher education and identity.
Office hours autumn term 2012: Tuesdays 11.30 - 12.30 and Thursdays 11.30-12.30.
Please email in advance if possible to arrange a specific time.
Blair, Andrew (2010) Crossing borders: identity issues for Speakers of Other Languages Teaching English. In: Quality in TESOL Education annual seminar; British Council, December 2010, London.