School of Languages and Area Studies (SLAS)
Ms Rose Clark
Senior Lecturer, English and Linguistics
School of Languages and Area Studies
King Henry I Street
BA Programmes - Study Skills, General Language and Audio Visual.
MA Programmes - MA Applied Linguistics and TEFL : Technologies in the Language Classroom.
Information Technology and Language Learning and Teaching
1984 Reading Skills for Engineering Students (University of Kuwait Press, 1984)
1990 Writing ( Module 098A) ( University of Kuwait Press, 1990)
Clark, R (1995) "Differing cultural perspectives: the native speaker teacher and his/her impact on locally initiated change. Published in the Proceedings for the Conference Quality Management and the Management of Change, Bilkent University and IATEFL
0’Regan, & Clark, R (1996). Texts as a Cultural Resource in Language Learning, Council of Europe, Strasbourg
Clark, R., Fortune, A., Kiely, R., &O'Regan, J. (1996). Integrated EFL and British studies-Students' perceptions. Sigma-Newsletter of the Cultural Studies and Literature Special Interest Group of IATEFL, Vol. 2, 16-24
Gieve, S. & Clark, R. (2005) The Chinese approach to learning': cultural trait or situated response? System Vol. 33.2
Clark, R (2006) "Integrating online newspapers into content based EFL instruction", in anglistik & englischunterricht, vol. 69,"New Media - New Teaching Options", Heidelberg: Winter Verlag
Clark, R & Gieve,( 2006 )On the Discursive Construction of 'the Chinese Learner’ Language, Culture & Curriculum Vol. 19(1) . Multilingual Matters, Clevedon Press.
Clark, R (2006) Experiential Intercultural Learning for International Students through Tandem Teams in Internationalisation of the Curriculum and Support for International Students. The Higher Educational Academy November 2006 http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/5077.htm
Clark, R. (2007) Developing Intercultural awareness through experiential tandem partners in Essays on Language and Translation: from textual analysis to pedagogical application. Kuban State University, Krasnador, Russia