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Profile: Dr Maria Leedham

Dr Maria Leedham

About me

@marialeedham               @OUWISP

I am a Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics and English Language in the School of Languages and Applied Linguistics and am Co-I on the ESRC-funded Writing in professional social work practice in a changing communicative landscape (WiSP). I am Chair of E304 Exploring English grammar and also work across modules on our MA Education (Applied Linguistics). I'm interested in all areas of Applied Linguistics, with a particular interest in academic and professional writing.

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Dr Maria Leedham's research

Maria Leedham and Maria Fernandez-Parra (2017-03) Recounting and reflecting: The use of first person pronouns in Chinese, Greek and British students' assignments in engineering, In Journal of Englsh for Academic Purposes(26)

Professor Theresa Lillis, Maria Leedham and Alison Twiner (2016-11) Combining ethnography and corpus to research writing practices in social work: challenges and opportunities in methodology, epistemology and application, In ALAPP 2016 (Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice Conference)

Professor Theresa Lillis et al. (2016-07) ‘If it’s not written down it didn’t happen’: Social worker perspectives on contemporary writing and recording demands, In Joint Social Work Education and Research Conference (JSWEC) 2016

Maria Leedham (2015-11) Learning from lecturers: What disciplinary practice can teach us about ‘good’ student writing, The WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press

Maria Leedham (2015-08-27) Chinese Students’ Writing in English: Implications from a Corpus-Driven Study, Routledge

Maria Leedham (2015-02) Chinese Students’ Writing in English: Using visuals and lists, In English Teaching in China (ETiC)(6)

Maria Leedham (2014-08) Book review: Literacy in the digital university, In System(45), Elsevier

Maria Leedham (2014-07-10) ‘Enjoyable’, ‘okay’, or ‘like drawing teeth’? Chinese and British students’ views on writing assignments in UK Universities, In Writing Development in Higher Education: Future Directions in Academic Writing (WDHE 2014)

Maria Leedham (2014-02) Tutor and student perspectives on multimodal features of undergraduate assignments, In Writing Research Across Borders (WRAB)

Maria Leedham (2014) ‘Enjoyable’, ‘okay’, or ‘like drawing teeth’? Chinese and British students’ views on writing Assignments in UK Universities, In Journal of Academic Writing 1(4)

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