Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law

School of Education

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Dr Richard Badger's Publications

Journal Articles

  • Yang Y, Badger RG, ‘How IELTS preparation courses support students: IELTS and academic socialisation’, Journal of Further and Higher Education, 39.4 (2014), 438-465
    DOI: 10.1080/0309877X.2014.953463, Repository URL: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/86127/

  • Badger R, MacDonald M, ‘Making it Real: Authenticity, Process and Pedagogy’, Applied Linguistics, 31.4 (2010), 578-582
    DOI: 10.1093/applin/amq021

  • MacDonald M, Badger RG, Regan J, ‘The Social Cognition of Medical Knowledge: With Special Reference to Childhood Epilepsy’, Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, 6(3) (2009), 176-204

  • Wu HD, Badger RG, ‘In a strange and uncharted land: ESP teachers' strategies for dealing with unpredicted problems in subject knowledge during class’, ENGL SPECIF PURP, 28.1 (2009), 19-32
    DOI: 10.1016/j.esp.2008.09.003

  • Memon R, ‘Purposeful change? Changing the teaching of reading in a regional university in Pakistan’, System, 35(4) (2007)

  • Yang M, Badger RG, Yu Z, ‘A comparative study of peer and teacher feedback in a Chinese EFL writing class’, Journal of Second Language Writing, 15.3 (2006), 179-200
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jslw.2006.09.004

  • MacDonald M, Badger R, Dasli M, ‘Authenticity, Culture and Language’, Language and Intercultural Communication, 6 (2006), 1-12

  • Badger RG, Sutherland P, ‘Lecturers' perception of lectures’, Journal of Further and Higher Education, 28.3 (2004), 277-289
    DOI: 10.1080/0309877042000241751

  • Badger RG, ‘Legal and general: towards a genre analysis of newspaper law reports’, The ESP Journal, 22.3 (2003), 249-263
    DOI: 10.1016/S0889-4906(02)00020-0

  • Sutherland P, Badger RG, White AG, ‘How new students take notes at lectures’, Journal of Further and Higher Education, 26.4 (2002), 377-387
    DOI: 10.1080/0309877022000021775

  • Badger RG, ‘Note Perfect’, None, 22.12 (2002), 31-33

  • Badger RG, McDonald M, White AG, ‘Second Language Acquisition Courses and Student Teachers' Values’, Academic Exchange Quarterly, 5 (2001), 1-17

  • Badger RG, White AG, Sutherland P, ‘Note perfect: an investigation of how students view taking notes in lectures’, System, 29.3 (2001), 405-417
    DOI: 10.1016/S0346-251X(01)00028-8

  • Badger RG, McDonald M, White AG, ‘Changing values: what use are theories of language learning and teaching?’, Teaching & Teacher Education, 17.8 (2001), 949-963
    DOI: 10.1016/S0742-051X(01)00042-7

  • Badger RG, White AG, ‘A process genre approach to teaching writing’, ELT Journal, 54.2 (2000), 153-160

  • MacDonald M, Badger R, White G, ‘The Real Thing? Authenticity and Academic Listening’, English for Specific Purposes,, 19(3) (2000), 251-267

  • MacDonald M, Badger R, White G, ‘Hitting the Mark: Learners' Perceptions of Course Design in a Foundation ESOL Program’, TESL Canada Journal, 17(1) (1999), 87-102

Chapters

  • Badger RG, White AG, ‘Higher education and second language learning : promoting self-directed learning in new technological and educational contexts’, in Higher education and second language learning : promoting self-directed learning in new technological and educational contexts, ed. by HERNANDEZ, R and RANKIN P (Bern: Peter Lang, 2015)

  • Badger RG, Yan X, ‘The use of tactics and strategies by Chinese students in the Listening component of IELTS’, in Studies in language testing 34: IELTS collected papers 2 : research in reading and listening assessment, ed. by Taylor L and Weir C, Studies in language testing (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), 34, 454-486

  • Badger R, ‘To what extent does IELTS encourage communicative language teaching in Chinese IELTS classes?’, in IELTS research reports (Sydney: IDP: IELTS Australia and British Council, 2012)

  • Badger R, Yan X, ‘The use of tactics and strategies by Chinese students in the Listening component of IELTS’, in IELTS Research Reports Voulme 9, ed. by Thompson P (British Councile, IELTS Australisa, University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, 2009)

  • Badger RG, ‘The uses of grammar: a corpus based investigation of the term 'grammatical' in the British Press’, in From Applied Linguistics to Linguistics Applied: Issues, Practices, Trends (British Association of Applied Linguistics, 2007)

  • Badger RG, ‘The agonism and the ecstasy: conflict and argument in applied linguistics’, in Applied Linguistics at the Interface, ed. by Baynham M, Deignan A and White G (Equinox, 2004), 11-28

  • White G, Badger R, Higgins J, McDonald M, ‘Good notes: an investigation of note-taking practices’, in LSP and LAP: Integrating Theory and Practice. Papers from the UCD/IRAAL Conference (UCD & IRAAL, 2000)

  • Badger RG, ‘The student as linguist: a technique for helping students produce genre specific grammatical descriptions’, in Academic standards and expectations: The role of EAP, ed. by Bool H and Luford P (Nottingham University Press, 1999), 81-86

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