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Dr Timothy Green

PositionLecturer in Languages
LocationB0.06 Chesham Building
DepartmentThe Language Centre
Telephone01274 234627
Emailtdgreen@bradford.ac.uk
Blog AddressVisit my blog

Research Interests (key words only)

Bilingualism; code-switching and transference Discourse Analysis Institution-wide language programme development

PhD Supervision

The socio-economic legacy of French colonialism in Morocco (2013)

Ensuring the Context Validity of English Reading Tests for Academic Purposes (EAP) in Oman (awaiting examination)

The Discursive Construction of Terrorism: The Kurdistan Workers’ Party in International Discourse (ongoing)

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

Currently I teach on:

  • Autumn Pre-sessional English and Academic Skills Programme (postgraduate)
  • Pre-Sessional English Language Programme (PREP)

Previously at the University I have taught

  • French language at all levels
  • French Politics
  • French Literature
  • Interpreting
  • Translating
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Stylistics
  • Language in its Social Context
  • Research Methods

Administrative Responsibilities

Currently I am:

  • Autumn Pre-sessional Course Co-Ordinator
  • Pre-Sessional English Preparation Course Co-Ordinator (Block 2)
  • Accreditation Leader
  • Learner Support Services Representative, Humanities, Social and Health Sciences Research Ethics Panel
  • University Course Approval and Review Panel Member

Formerly I have served as:

  • Director of Undergraduate Studies, Languages and European Studies Department
  • Head of Language Centre
  • Senate representative for the School of Lifelong Education and Development

Biography

Born Redruth, Cornwall, 1963.

Study History

  • BA (French and Philosophy), University of Exeter, 1986
  • PhD, University of Leeds, 1992
  • CELTA, 2013

Professional History

  • 1992-1994 Lecturer in French and Linguistics, University of York
  • 1994-date Lecturer in Languages, University of Bradford

Research Areas

  • Bilingualism; code-switching and transference
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Institution-wide language programme development

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