Dr David Ishii PhD OISE/Toronto, MATESOL Monterey

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Lecturer in English for Academic Purposes

School of Humanities

Contact details
Telephone: +64 (09) 414 0800  ext. 43371
Email: 
Room 2.46, Atrium , Albany (Auckland)
Ph: +64 9 414 0800 ext. 43371

Professional

Qualifications

  • PhD in Education - OISE of the University of Toronto (2009)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

English for Academic Purposes
Classroom Teaching and Learning
Vygotskyan Sociocultural Theory

 

Vygotskyan Sociocultural Theory

 

 

Area of Expertise

Field of Research Codes
Applied Linguistics and Educational Linguistics (200401): Languages, Communication And Culture (200000): Linguistics (200400)

Keywords

Classroom Teaching and Learning

Vygotskyan Sociocultural Theory

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

PositionCurrentCompleted
Project Leader01

Research Outputs

Conference

Li, S., & Ishii, . (2015). Expressing voice in L2 academic writing: Making connections across and within rhetorical moves. , The 14th Symposium on Second Language Writing Learning to Write for Academic Purposes
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Ishii, D., Li, S.
Ishii, DN. (2014, November). A case study of learners’ beliefs, evolving identities, and developing linguistic repertoires. Presented at ALANZ. AUT.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Ishii, D.

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

PositionCurrentCompleted
Supervisor21

Courses Coordinated

  • 172.233 Language Learning Processes
  • 172.335 Language and Identity
  • 192.101 English for Academic Purposes for Speakers of Other Languages
  • 192.102 Academic Writing in English for Speakers of Other Languages

Current Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • Victoria Kerry- PhD
    Stancetaking and the Marriage Amendment Bill: An analysis of online discourse in YouTube comments
  • Eugenia Butler- PhD
    Decision making processes in ESL writers' expression of voice in university postgraduate programmes

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • 2016 - Thi Mai Duyen Dang- PhD
    Eating alone is painful: An interdiciplinary and ethnographically inspired sociolinguistic investigation into Vietnamese mealtime ritual invitations

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