Publications -------(Books / Articles in Refereed Journals / Articles in Edited Collections / Articles / Editorial Experience)
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Teaching English as an International Language: Principles and Practices. Edited with Lubna Alsagoff and Willy Renandya. New York: Routledge, forthcoming. (A collection of articles that examines the pedagogical implications of the emerging role of English as an international language).
Sociolinguistics and Language Teaching. Edited with Nancy Hornberger. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. (In Press.) (A collection of articles written by specialists in current areas of interest in sociolinguistics with an emphasis on language pedagogy.)
International English in its Sociolinguistic Contexts: Towards a Socially Sensitive Pedagogy. With Wendy Bokhorst-Heng. Frances Taylor. (2008) (An examination of the social and sociolinguistic context of present-day English education.
Researching Second Language Classrooms, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.,2006 (An introduction to classroom-based research methodologies)
Teaching English as an International Language: Rethinking Goals and Approaches. Oxford University Press, 2002. (An analysis of the characteristics of an international language and what these characteristics suggest for the teaching of English. Winner of the Ben Warren International Book Award for outstanding teacher education materials, 150 pages)
New Immigrants in the US: Readings for Second Language Educators. Edited with Sau-ling Wong. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. (A collection of readings on the immigration history, language background, and culture of the largest and fastest growing immigrant groups in the US, 461 pages)
Sociolinguistics and Language Teaching. Edited with Nancy Hornberger. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. (A collection of introductory readings on selected areas of sociolinguistic research relevant to language teachers, 484 pages)
Agendas for Second Language Literacy Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993. (An analysis of conflicting agendas influencing second language literacy, 151 pages)
Teaching English Internationally: An Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, l992. (An examination of social and educational issues affecting overseas English teaching, 155 pages)
Language Diversity: Problem or Resource? Edited with Sau-ling Wong. New York: Newbury House Publishers, l988. (A collection of readings that provide social and educational perspectives on the major language minority groups in the United States, 386 pages)
Teaching Grammar: Form Function and Technique. Oxford: Pergamon Press, l986. (A methodology text for ESL/EFL grammar teachers, 144 pages)
At the Door. With Dorothy Petitt. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall l984. (A collection of cross-cultural literary selections for ESL students, 142 pages)
Composing in a Second Language. Rowley, Massachusetts: Newbury House Publishers, l984. (A collection of readings on L2 composition theory and practice, 168 pages)
Fundamentals of Writing for a Specific Purpose. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, l983. (A writing text for intermediate ESL students, 188 pages)
Verbs for a Specific Purpose. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, l981. (A computer-corpus-based ESL text of common verbs, 270 pages)
Writing for a Specific Purpose. With Lisa Rosenthal. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, l980. (A writing text for advanced ESL students, 160 pages)
Articles in Refereed Journals
“Teaching the Pragmatics of English as an International Language.” Guidelines, 27,2 (June, 2005) 3-9.
“EIL Curriculum Development.” RELC Journal. 34,1 (2003) 31-47.
“Toward an Appropriate EIL Pedagogy: Re-Examining Common ELT Assumptions.” International Journal of Applied Linguistics 13, 2 (2003) 1-22.
“Teaching English as an International Language: The Chilean Context.” English Language Teaching Journal. 57,2 (2003) 139-148.
“Positioning Learners in Post Apartheid South African Schools: A Case Study of Selected Multicultural Durban Schools.” (with Keith Chick) Linguistics and Education. 12, 4 (2001) 393-408.
“Teaching English in Multiethnic Schools in the Durban Area: The Promotion of Multilingualism or Monolingualism?” (with Keith Chick) South African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 19, 3-4 (2001) 163-178. (Winner of the Thomas Pringle Award for outstanding educational research in South Africa)
“Teaching English as an International Language: Implications for Cultural Materials in the Classroom.” TESOL Journal. 9, 4 (2000) 7-12.
“An Investigation of 5 Japanese English Teachers’ Reflections on their US MATESL Practicum Experience.” JALT Journal, 22,1 (2000) 46-68.
“Writing for Publication.” The Language Teacher. 21, 6 (1997) 15-18.
"Multilingualism in the United States." Annual Review of Applied Linguistics. 17 (1997) 242-262.
"Multiple Discourses, Multiple Identities: Investment and Agency in Second Language Learning Among Chinese Adolescent Immigrant Students." With Sau-ling C. Wong. Harvard Educational Review.66, 3 (1996) 557-608.
"Developing ESL Writing Materials." System. 22, 2 (1994) 195-204.
"English Literacy in the US: National Policies, Personal Consequences." With G. Weinstein-Shr. TESOL Quarterly. 27, 3 (1993) 399-420.
"L2 Composition Ideology: What We Might Learn from Literacy Education." Journal of Second Language Writing. 2,1 (1993) 65-81.
"Language Minority Education in Great Britain: A Challenge to Current U. S. Policy." With S. Warshauer Freedman TESOL Quarterly. 24, 3 (l990) 385-405.
"Language Teaching in Nativist Times: A Need for Sociopolitical Awareness." Modern Language Journal. 72,4 (l989) 379-387.
"Literature in the ESL Classroom." TESOL Quarterly. 16,4 (l982) 529-536.
"Developing Vocabulary Materials with a Computer Corpus." RELC Journal. 11,2 (l980) 77-87.
"Teaching the Syntactic, Semantic, and Pragmatic Dimension of Verbs." TESOL Quarterly. 14,1 (l980) 17-26.
"On Notional Syllabuses." The Modern Language Journal. 64,2 (l980) 179-186.
"A Notional Approach to Writing." English Language Teaching Journal. 34,4 (l980) 308-313.
"Communicative Writing." TESOL Quarterly. 13,1 (l979) 73-81.
"An Inductive Approach to the Rules of Speaking." The Modern Language Journal. 61,8 (l977) 415-418.
Articles in Edited Collections
“Teaching Materials for English as an International Language.” In A. Matsuda (Ed.) Teaching English as an International Language: Principles and Practices. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. (forthcoming).
“English as an International Lingua Franca Pedagogy.” In E. Hinkel (Ed.) Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning, Volume 2. New York: Routledge. (forthcoming).
“English as an International Language, Multilingualism, and Language Planning.” In A. Yiakoumetti. (Ed.) Harnessing Linguistic Variation. Oxford: Peter Language Publishing Group (forthcoming).
“English as an International Language.” In J. Richards & A. Burns (Eds.) The Cambridge Guide to Pedagogy and Practice in Second Language Teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (forthcoming).
“Introspection Techniques” In J. Heigham and R. Croker (Eds). Qualitative Inquire in Applied Linguistics. London: Palgrave Macmillan. (in press)
“Pragmatics and EIL Pedagogy” In F. Sharifian (Ed) English as an International Languge: Perspectives and Pedagogical Issues. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. (2009) 227-241.
“The Social and Sociolinguistic Contexts of Language Learning and Teaching” (With Rani Rubdy) In M. Long & C. Doughty (Eds.) The Handbook of Second and Foreign Language Teaching. Blackwell Publishers (in press).
“Sociolinguistics.” In N. Hornberger, (General Editor) Encyclopedia of Language and Education. The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers. (in press).
“Second Language Classroom Research” In J. Richards & Anne Burns (Eds.) Cambridge Guide to Second Language Teacher Education. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (in press).
“Sociolinguistics and Second Language Learning.” In E. Hinkel (Ed.) Handbook of Research in Second Language Learning and Teaching. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers (2004) 281-300.
“Reflections on Being a Gatekeeper.” In C. Casanave and S. Vandrick (Eds). Writing for Scholarly Publications: Behind the Scenes in Language Education. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers (2003) 91-102.
“Literature as Content for ESL/EFL.” In M. Celce-Murcia (Ed.) Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language. New York: Heinle and Heinle (2001) 319-332.
“Grammar Teachers as Decision Makers.” In V.Prakasam and K.V.Tirumalesh (ed.) Issues in English Grammar. Hyderabad, India: Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages (1997).129-141.
"Sociocultural Factors in Teaching Composition to Pacific Rim Writers: An Overview." In Mark Brock (ed.) Teaching Composition Around the Pacific Rim: Politics and Pedagogy. Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters (1993).1-14.
"Variation in English: What Role for Education." In M.L. Tickoo (ed.) Language and Standards: Issues, Attitudes, Case Studies. Anthology Series 26, Singapore: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (l991) 42-50.
"Topic Development and Written Discourse." In Donna Johnson and Duane Roens (eds.) Richness in Writing. New York: Longman (l989) 253-262.
"A Focus on Pre-Writing Strategies." In Mary Hines and William Rutherford (eds.) On TESOL '81. Washington D.C.: TESOL (l982) 89-96.
"Some Limitations in Teaching Composition." In Jean Handscombe et al. (eds.) On TESOL '83. Washington D.C.: TESOL (l983) 187-99.
"Towards an Integrated Syllabus." In Kenneth Croft (ed.) Readings in English as a Second Language. (second edition) Cambridge: Winthrop Publishers (l980) 72-84.
“Western Culture and the Teaching of English as an International Language.” English Teaching Forum. 42,2 (2004) 10-15.
“The Cultural Basis of Teaching English as an International Language.” TESOL Matters. 13.4 (2003) 1-4.
“Using Plays to Develop Sociolinguistic Competence.” Guidelines 22,2 (2000) 24-29.
“The Spread of English in Present-day Communist Countries: A Look at Vietnam and Cuba.” TESOL Matters. January 1999, 1.
"Classroom Interaction Research: From Teacher Focused to Teacher Based." PASAA Journal. 20, 1 (l990) 1-9.
"Using Literature to Illustrate Informal Varieties of English." English Teaching Forum. 37,2 (l989) 46-48.
"The Role of English in The Philippines, The United States and South Africa." TESOL Newsletter. 32,2 (l989) 21-22.
"Teaching Grammar: Form, Function and Technique." Anglo-American Studies. 6,1 (l986) 5-18.
"Writing and Composition." TESOL Newsletter. 33,1 (l984).
"Using Films as a Pre-Writing Activity." English Teaching Forum. 19,3 (l981) 44-45.
"ESL/Remedial English: Are They Different?" English Language Teaching Journal. 35,3 (l98l) 310-315.
Pre-Writing Activities." TECFOR Newsletter. 4,3 (l98l) 1-3.
"Folktales: A Context for Developing Communicative Competence." Cross Currents. 9,2 (l982) 37-44.
"Situational Writing." Cross Currents. 6,2 (l979) 47-55.
"Syllabuses: Structural, Situational, Notional." TESOL Newsletter. 12, 6 (1978) 11-12.
TESOL Quarterly, Editor, 1994 to 1999
TESOL Quarterly, Associate Editor, 1992 to 1994
TESOL Quarterly Editorial Advisory Board Member, 1991 to 1994
Journal of Second Language Writing. Editorial Advisory Board Member, 1991 to 1992