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Ngoc Tai Huynh

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Ngoc Tai Huynh

PhD Candidate

Room A014, Building A, Newnham Campus

+61 4 8173 2550 (phone)

NgocTai.Huynh@utas.edu.au

Career summary

Biography

Publications

  • Huynh-Ngoc,  T. (2013).   A   Study   on   Vietnamese Passive   Constructions.   Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Modern Foreign Languages.
  • Huynh-Ngoc, T., Nhung, N.T.N., & Thao, N. H. (2016). Fostering Student-writers’ Writing Self-efficacy with Wordle. Paper presented at The Women in TESOL – Inaugural Conference, Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga, Philippines,11-13 March 2016.
  • Huynh-Ngoc, T., Nhung, N.T.N., & Thao, N. H., (2016). Integrating Environmental Issues into English Writing Classrooms. Paper presented at The First Regional Symposium on English Language Teaching in Vietnam, Tra Vinh University, Vietnam 26 May 2016.
  • Huynh-Ngoc, T., Nha-Phuong, N.T., & Mong-Ngoc, T.T. (2016). The Impact of Train-the-trainer Programmes on EFL Teachers’ Perceptions of Pedagogical Practices – The Case of Vietnamese English Language Teachers. Proceedings of The First Regional Symposium on English Language Teaching in Vietnam, Tra Vinh University, Vietnam 26 May 2016.
  • Huynh-Ngoc, T., & Thuy-Duong, V.(2015). The Application of Conceptual Metaphors in Teaching and Learning English Phrasal Verbs – The Case of Vietnamese EFL Students. Proceedings of A TESOL Symposium in Danang, Vietnam July 2015: English Language Innovation, Implementation, and Sustainability (pp.183-189). University of Foreign Language Studies, the University of Danang.

Achievements:

  • 2008: T-F NUS LEaRN Award – Asian Leadership Enrichment Program (Awarded by Temasket Foundation and National University of Singapore)
  • 2011-2013: The Norwegian Quota Scheme Scholarship for international students                  (Awarded by Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund – Lanekassen)
  • 2017 – present: Tasmania Graduate Research Scholarship and Tuition fee scholarship (Awarded by The University of Tasmania – Australia)

Research:

Systemic Functional Linguistics and Literary Analysis, Multimodal Discourse Analysis,  Children’s Literature, Second/Foreign Language Writing, Curriculum Development, Translation Studies, Conceptual Metaphors, Teacher Professional Development