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Current postgraduate research students – University of Reading

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Current postgraduate research students

This is a list of our current students on the PhD in Applied Linguistics programme and the working title of the research topic they are undertaking:

    • Manal Alangari
      A corpus study of collocations in Arabic and English
    • Areej Albawardi
      CMC features beyond the medium: A linguistic investigation of CMC crossover into offline academic English
    • Sally Alghamdi
      The Effect of Using Spaced Repetition Technique on Vocabulary Retention in English for Second Language Learners (jointly supervised with the Institute of Education)
    • Reham Alkhudiry
      The percentage of vocabulary coverage required for effective reading and vocabulary acquisition: A case study in Saudi Arabia (jointly supervised with the Institute of Education)
    • Anas Awwad
      Investigating the effect of oral errors and corrective feedback on students' fluency and anxiety in EFL setting
    • Lubna Bahammam
      Corpus Linguistics, Critical Discourse Analysis
    • Hajar Binasfour
      The voiced and voiceless fricative sounds in L2 Arabic learners
    • Fritz de Groot
      Integrating out-of-class digital literacy development and English language learning practices with classroom language learning and teaching in Thailand
    • Athanasia-Natalia Kampakli
      EFL writing: relating writing proficiency development, instructional context and writers
    • Blerta Mustafa
      Exploring the suitability of process-oriented instruction in argumentative writing: the case of EFL undergraduate students in Kosovo
    • Zehra Ongun
      The relationship between vocabulary size of Turkish-English bilingual children in L1 and L2 and IQ
    • Boikanyego Sebina
      The effects of L2 on the placement of word stress in L1: A case of English - Setswana
    • Jan Trebacz
      An investigation of intonation patterns of Polish L1 speakers of English
    • Jane Ward
      Developing a taxonomy of speech perception problems across different L1 groups
    • Shi Zhang
      An experimental study on the relearning of simple wh-questions in L2 Chinese by English speakers

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