Before coming to Sheffield Hallam in 2012, I had more than 20 years of experience in teaching English language to students and teachers in Brazil, Oman, Turkey, UAE and UK. This experience covers general English, English for academic and for specific purposes, course and assessment design, English composition, linguistics and discourse analysis, and teacher training. My research interests include reading and writing skills in language teaching, teacher education and development, corpus analysis, discourse analysis, systemic functional linguistics, lexis and learning, embodiment and language learning, and multimodality.
Specialist areas of interest
English for Academic Purposes
English for Specific Purposes
Department of Education, Childhood and Inclusion
Development and Society
TESOL Teacher Education
English for Academic Purposes
JAY, Tim, WILLIS, Benjamin, THOMAS, Peter, TAYLOR, Roberta, MOORE, Nicolas, BURNETT, Cathy, MERCHANT, Guy and STEVENS, Anna (2017). Dialogic Teaching : Evaluation Report and Executive Summary. Project Report. London, UK, Education Endowment Foundation.
MOORE, Nick and SALMASO, Grisel (2016). Editorial: Introduction to special issue of IJLS : Systemic functional linguistics and education. International journal of Language Studies, 10 (3), 1-4.
MOORE, Nick (2016). What's the point? The role of punctuation in realising information structure in written English. Functional Linguistics, 3 (6), 1-23.
SALMASO, Grisel and MOORE, Nick (2016). Editorial: introduction to special issue of IJLS: Systemic functional linguistics and (critical) discourse analysis. International Journal of Language Studies, 10 (2), 1-3.
MOORE, Nicolas, KNIGHT, Gillian and KIBURZ, Claudia (2014). Developing an assessed reading portfolio to improve reading habits and raise test results. In: EMERY, Helen and MOORE, Nicolas, (eds.) Teaching, learning and researching reading in EFL. Dubai, TESOL Arabia, 214-237.
EMERY, Helen and MOORE, Nicolas, eds. (2014). Teaching, learning and researching reading in EFL. Dubai, TESOL Arabia.
MOORE, Nicolas (2011). Modelling the flow of discourse in a corpus of written academic English. In: Corpus Linguistics 2011, University of Birmingham, 20-22 July 2011.
MOORE, Nicolas (2010). Analysing for information across modes. In: RODRIGUEZ, Caballero and SANZ, Pinar, (eds.) Ways and Modes of Human Communication. Colección Estudios (129). Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 821-829.
MOORE, Nicolas (2008). Validating a model of information structure in written English through a reading protocol. In: 19th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop, Saarbrücken, Germany., 23rd-25th July, 2007.
MOORE, Nicolas (2008). Bridging the meta-functions. In: JONES, Carys and VENTOLA, Eija, (eds.) From language to multimodality : new developments in the study of ideational meaning. Functional linguistics . London, Equinox, 111-129.
External Examiner - Open University, University of Huddersfield
PhD Examiner - Deakin University, Metropolitan University of London
READ Magazine - Co-founding Editor
Journal of Academic Language and Learning - Member of Editorial Board
International Journal of Language Studies - Member of Editorial Board
The Journal of Extensive Reading - Member of Editorial Board
Cogent Education - Member of Editorial Board
TESOL Arabia Perspectives - Feature Article Reviewer 2005-2012
Member of BALEAP
Member of BAAL
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