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Dr Frank Monaghan
I work in the Department of Applied Linguistics and English Language at the Open University in London.
My research interests are in English as an additional language (EAL), language and mathematics, translation studies, language and creativity - with a particular focus on Liverpool Football Club fans' banners as expressions of their creativity and identity.
Frank Monaghan (2018-05-02) Unforgetting Hillsborough: researching memorialisation, In X-Scapes: 10th Linguistic Landscapes Workshop
Frank Monaghan (2014-02-19) Seeing Red: social media and football fan activism, Palgrave
Frank Monaghan (2010-06-01) Thinking aloud means talking allowed: group work in the primary school mathematics classroom, The Open University Press / McGraw Hill Education
Frank Monaghan (2010) Mainstream participatory approaches: from slipstream to mainstream, Sage
Frank Monaghan (2009) Mapping the mathematical langscape, Multilingual matters
Frank Monaghan and Barbara M. Mayor (2007-03) English in the curriculum, Routledge
Frank Monaghan (2005) 'Don't think in your head, think aloud': ICT and exploratory talk in the primary school mathematics classroom, In Research in Mathematics Education 1(7)
Frank Monaghan (2004) Practical Ways to Support New Arrivals, National Centre for Language and Literacy
Frank Monaghan (2003) Entering the list: campaigning for bilingual education on the NET, In Language and Education 4(17)
Viv Edwards et al. (2002-05) Fabula: A Bilingual Multimedia Authoring Environment for Children Exploring Minority Languages, In Language Learning & Technology 2(6)