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CHRISTA VAN DER WALT VAN DER WALT C: D Litt (Pret) Professor Bi/multilingualism in learning and teaching World Englishes Language planning, policy and politics CURRICULUM VITAE Professional Association Membership: South African Association for Language Teachers South African Association for Applied Linguists Area of Specialisation: Bi/multilingualism in learning and teaching World Englishes Language planning, policy and politics ACADEMIC OUTPUT (2004-2009) Academic Journals: 2004 The challenge of multilingualism: in response to the language policy for higher education. South African Journal of Higher Education . 18(1): 140-152. 2004 Motivating attitudes and educational language planning in the context of English as an international language. Journal for Language Teaching 38(2):302-313. 2004 Time-on-Task as an index of Situated Language Proficiency in Academic Performance. Per Linguam 20(2):13-27. (Co-author with Dr Elaine Ridge) 2005 Developing a learner’s corpus: the case of a first-year module in Mathematics. Lexikos 15: 242-252. (Co-authored with Ms H Fourie.) 2005 Multilingual universities: a national and international overview. SA Journal for Higher Education 19(4):822-852. (Co-authored with Prof Chris Brink.) 2006 University students’ attitudes towards and experiences of bilingual classrooms . Current Issues in Language Planning 7(2 & 3): 359 – 376. 2007 A World Englishes perspective in English language teacher training: rejection and reluctance. Journal for Language Teaching (41)1:101-114 2008 Oral proficiency assessment: the use of automatic speech recognition systems’ SA Journal for Linguistics and Applied Language Studies (26)1: 135-146 (co-authored by Febe de Wet and Thomas Niesler). R 2009 Automatic assessment of oral language proficiency and listening comprehension. Speech Communication, Vol. 51, Issue 10, pp. 864-874, October 2009. (Co-authored with F de Wet & TR Niesler.) R 2009 The functions of code switching in English language learning classes. Per Linguam 25(1): no page numbers available yet. (Journal editor: Mr Richard Stanley.) R
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2010 The context of language planning in multilingual higher education. Accepted for publication in a special issue of the
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  • Winter '08
  • Amos,Y
  • Multilingualism, Language education, Teaching English as a foreign language

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