Profile
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Title: 
Instr.
Surname: 
NEUFELD
Status: 
School Of Foreign Languages
Telephone: 
+90 392 661 3401
E-mail: 
steve@metu.edu.tr
Room: 
TAZ-19
Educational Background: 
  • B.Ed., B.Sc., University of Saskatchewan; M.Sc., University of Leicester
Research Interests: 
  • Corpus informed pedagogy
  • Teacher autonomy
Courses Taught: 
  • EFL 126 - Advanced Reading and Writing EFL 252 - Intructional Principles and Methods EFL 413 - English Language Testing and Evaluation
  • CTE 207 - Design and Use of Intructional Material CTE 216 - Instructional Principles and Methods CTE 319 - Instructional Technology and Materials Development CTE 225 - Instructional Design
  • EDUS 302 - Classroom Management
  • ENGL 101; ENGL 102 - Advanced Reading and Writing I & II ENGL 311 - Advanced Communication Skills
  • SFL Beginner, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate
Selected Publications: 
  • Sustainable Use of Technology in Teaching: A Principled Approach. (2014). Advances in Language and Literary Studies, 5(5), 64-74. Co author Talip Karanfil
  • iCorpus: making corpora meaningful for pre-service teacher education. (2013). In Pre-service education and training for English language teachers, British Council. p. 181. Co author Alev Özbilgin
  • Towards a lexical framework for content and language integrated learning. (2010) Journal of Research in CLIL. Co authors John Eldridge and Nilgun Hancioglu. http://www.icrj.eu/13 75
  • Beware the range in RANGE, and the academic in AWL. (2010). System. Co authors John Eldridge and Nilgun Hancioglu.
  • The lexical approach in teacher training. Teacher Trainer. (2010). 24(1), pp. 7 to 10. Co authors John Eldridge and Nilgun Hancioglu.
  • The graded reader is dead. Long live the electronic reader. (2009) The Reading Matrix, 9(2), pp. 224 to 244. http://www.readingmatrix.com/articles/sept_2009/eldridge_neufeld.pdf
  • Hancioğlu, N., Neufeld, S., & Eldridge, J. (2008). Through the looking glass and into the land of lexico-grammar. English for Specific Purposes, 27(4), 459-479.