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Dr Sarah Horrod

Senior Lecturer in English for Academic Purposes & Applied Linguistics

About

I work in the fields of English for Academic Purposes and Applied Linguistics. I have designed and taught on a wide range of EAP programmes in higher education including Foundation, Pre-sessional, Insessional and short courses. As part of the English for Academic and Professional Development (EAPD) team at Kingston, I coordinate courses in academic communication skills and language that we offer to all students across the university to support their study and employability. I am also a module leader on the MA Applied Linguistics for TESOL for modules in Teaching language for specific purposes and the CELTA Pathway's reflective dissertation. I also teach on the Discourse Analysis module and qualitative research methods. I completed a PhD in Applied Linguistics at Lancaster University in February 2019 in the area of higher education policy.

Areas of specialism

  • Teaching language for specific purposes
  • English for academic purposes
  • Language teaching methodology
  • Academic literacies
  • Discourse analysis
  • Qualitative research methods

Qualifications

  • PhD in Applied Linguistics, Lancaster University
  • MA English Language Teaching, University of Essex
  • BA (Hons) Economics with French, University of Sussex
  • Senior Fellowship (SFHEA)

Professional membership

Institutional membership of British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL) and BALEAP the organisation for EAP professionals.

Research

My PhD research explored connections between policy discourses and learning, teaching & assessment practices in higher education from a discourse analysis perspective. 

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