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Position at WIUT: Lecturer on Academic English Module

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Qualifications:

1. Postgraduate Certificate of Special Study in Teaching and Learning, Westminster International University in Tashkent, 2014.
2.MA, English Linguistics, Uzbek State World Languages University, 2006.
3.BA, English Philology, Nukus State Pedagogical Institute, 2004.

Teaching:

Academic English

Research interests:

1. Methods of teaching and learning foreign languages
2. Language and Culture
3. Comparative Stylistics
4. The power of feedback

Publications:

1. Linguo-cultural competence of learners and language teaching. Humanising Language Teaching (HLT) Journal (the April volume), London, 2017. http://www.hltmag.co.uk/apr17/index.htm.
2. The use of roundtable discussions for teaching English in a diverse group of students. Scientific Progress journal, Ufa, Russia. №4 (April), 2017.
3. Promotion of argumentation skills via classroom debates. The collected articles of Russian state University of Justice (Volga branch). (Science Index-РИНЦ 2017). Nizhniy Novgorod, March, 2017.
4. Debate as a classroom activity in stimulating students’ speaking. Eurasia National University after L.N.Gumilyov. International scientific-practical conference. Promoting multilingualism in Kazakhstan and the processes of formation of multicultural personality. Astana, June, 2016.
5. Impromptu Speech as One of the Ways of Organising Student Centered Learning. Online publication by Local Professional Electronic Journal Foreign Languages in Uzbekistan (www.fledu.uz). 1 (9), Tashkent, 2016.
6. Roundtable Discussion as one of the Ways of Organising Student Centered Learning. The international journal of Russian State University of Justice (Science Index – РИНЦ 2016), Nizhniy Novgorod, May, 2016.
7. The role of oral presentations in organising active learning. The Uzbek Scientific Research Institute of Pedagogical Sciences after T.N.Kari-Niyazi. Harmoniously developed generation – the condition of stable development of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The collection of scientific-methodical articles. 13, Tashkent, 2016.
8. Empowering students’ active learning via oral presentations. Theoretical and practical features of teaching foreign languages in non-linguistic institutions. Materials of Republican scientific-practical conference part 1. Tashkent state law university. Tashkent, 2016.
9. The national-cultural specificity of the concept “Love” in the English and Karakalpak languages. Bulletin of Karakalpak branch of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan. №3, Nukus, 2006.
10. The national-cultural specificity of imagery. The collection of articles “A young scientist-2006” of the Uzbek State World Languages University. Tashkent, 2006.
11. The importance of national–cultural peculiarities of image-bearing means in the process of interpretation of the text at the language higher educational institutions. // The problems of learning and teaching foreign languages. The collection of articles. Tashkent, 2006.
12. The ways of expressing national colouring and realia in English in the works of T. Kaipbergenov. A handbook for students. Nukus, 2004.
13. The peculiarities of translating a literary text into English. Bulletin of Karakalpak branch of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Nukus, 2003.

PERSONAL DETAILS

Date of Birth: 11 September 1973
Nationality: Uzbekistan
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EDUCATION:

2002-2003 Master of Education, Trainer Development in ELT, University of Exeter,
College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth, UK
1990-1995 Bachelor of Education, English Language Teaching, Pedagogy, Children
Psychology, Tashkent State University, Uzbekistan
2000-2016 Seminars and trainings by SIT, International House, Brighton, British Council,
University of Westminster on:
• Methods and approaches to ELT
• Academic Writing
• Research methods
• Feedback giving
• Mentoring
• Assessment and test design
• Material design

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Work-based learning, Blended leaning, practitioner action research, CPD, education management, curriculum development, material design, teacher learning, in-service professional development, academic writing, adult learning, students’ motivation

WORK EXPERIENCE

7/2014- present Course Leader Post Graduate Certificate in Special Study in Teaching and

Learning, Westminster International University in Tashkent

2/2015– present Editor-in-Chief, Active Learning and Teaching magazine for Uzbekistan

Teachers of foreign languages

2013-present Peer Editor, Scientific and Academic Publishing

(http://www.sapub.org/journal/index.aspx)

2011-2014 Dean of the faculty, Westminster International University in Tashkent

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Deputy Course Leader for the Certificate of International Foundation Studies


Qualifications

  • Postgraduate Certificate of Special Study in Teaching and Learning, Westminster International University in Tashkent, 2016
  • M.A in English, Bowling Green State University, USA, 2012
  • B.A in English Philology, Uzbek State World Languages University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 2010

Teaching

  • UCSSTL – University Certificate of Special Study in Teaching and Learning
  • BCs – Business Communications
  • AP – Academic English

Research Interests

  • Teacher Education
  • Transnational Education
  • Social Justice in Education
  • Academic Writing
  • Feedback

Publications

04/2017 Building Awareness of Effective Feedback Practices (co-authored with Anastasiya Bezborodova).Humanizing Language Teaching Magazine.Volume 19 (2). Available from http://www.hltmag.co.uk/apr17/mart06.htm

Lecturer on Academic English Module
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Education

  • TESOL Certificate, NYC, NY, 2010
  • MA in Translation, Uzbek State Languages University, 2008
  • BA in Translation, Uzbek State Languages University, 2001

Teaching

  • Academic English since 2016
  • English for Academic Purposes (EAP) 2010-2016
  • English Language for All (ELFA) since 2011

Research Interests

  • Translation of idioms from English into Uzbek
  • Smooth transition from university to workplace
  • Language Teaching
  • Methodology

Publication

1) Особенности функционирования педагогическогодискурса и его специфика (2014)
2) Методический дискурс и дискурсивно-коммуникативная модель перевода (2015)
3) Does Sitting Matter? Available from: http://hltmag.co.uk/apr17/sart06.htm

JasurKhudoyberdiev
Senior Lecturer
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Taught/teaching:

  • Business Communications (BC)
  • Basics of English for Academic Purposes (Level 1, 2) (BEAP1,BEAP2)
  • English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
  • English Language for Administration (ELFA)

Research Interests:

  • Testingand Assessment
  • Critical reading
  • Teacher training
  • Language Education
  • Multilingualism
  • Continuing ProfessionalDevelopment

Education

  • Postgraduate Certificate of Special Study in Teaching and Learning, Westminster International University in Tashkent (2008-2009)
  • MA inLinguistics (EnglishLanguage), Uzbek State World Languages University (2003)
  • BA Roman-German Philology (English Language), Uzbek State World Languages University (2001)

Professional Development

  • English for Teachers Project (EfT), British Council, Tashkent, (Developer, Trainer) 2015-2017
  • Teacher-training programme for PRESETT, World Languages University, Tashkent, trainer, item-developer, 2014-2017
  • “Enhancing Leadership Skillls” in V.V. Giri National Labour Institute in NOIDA, New Delhi, India , Oct, 2015
  • KAZ TEA conference ‘Educational Leadership in EFL Context’, Shymkent, Kazakhstan, Workshop on “8 important principles of effective assessment in teaching English”. April 25-26, 2014
  • Assessment Training in British Council, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (Participant), June 20-26, 2014
  • CATEC- Central Asian Teachers of English Conference on Critical Thinking in English Language Learning and Teaching, Kyrgyzstan (Participant), June 26-27, 2013
  • Training course on “Project Writing” winter school, Issyk-kul, Kyrgyzstan. (Participant) December, 2013
  • Training on Academic Writing, UoW, WIUT, Uzbekistan (Participant), June 2012
  • Training course on British Parliamentary style Debate, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan (Participant), July 12 – 15, 2012
  • Developing Uzbekistan Teachers of English Programme, Westminster International University in Tashkent, Teacher trainer, January 2012- April 2012
  • The 16th annual UZTEA conference,Tashkent, Uzbekistan (participant), 30 November-1 December, 2012
  • Short Summer Course on Academic Writing, Westminster International University in Tashkent, (Teacher trainer), July 2011.
  • Research Methods, UNDP in Uzbekistan (Participant), 1-4 September, 2008
  • UzTEA workshop, Tashkent Uzbekistan Conducted teacher training workshop for English teachers, February 15, 2008
  • UzTEA workshops – Tashkent UzbekistanConducted teacher training workshop for English teachers, November 2007
  • IELTS Tutors Conference, British Council, Uzbekistan, Presentation on “Critical Reading in IELTS Test”, June 2007
  • Teacher-training Workshop, British Council, Uzbekistan Conducted teacher training workshop for university teachers, January 2007
  • Trainer-training, British Council, Tashkent, UzbekistanParticipant in workshop on trainer-training, October 2006

Publications:

  • Khudoyberdiev, J. (2017). Me and My Class: towards an inclusive classroom. Active Learning and Teaching of Foreign Languages in Uzbekistan, 2 (7), Irmukhammedova, G. and Khudoyberdiev, J. (2007).English - Russian – Uzbek dictionary of Commercial terms, UWED, Tashkent

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