Nugrahenny Zacharias

Nugrahenny Zacharias

Visiting Assistant Professor

283 Bachelor Hall
Oxford Campus
zacharnt@MiamiOH.edu

EDUCATION

PhD in Composition and TESOL. 2010. Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

MA in English Language Teaching. 2004. Assumption University, Bangkok.

BA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. 1997. Satya Wacana Christian University, Indonesia.

TEACHING INTERESTS
  • ESL Composition
  • Reflective Teaching & Learning
RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Identity Issues in English Language Teaching an Learning.
  • EIL/WE pedagogy
  • Second Language Writing
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
  • "The relocation of culture in the teaching of English as an international language." In R. Marlina and R. A. Giri (Eds.), The Pedagogy of English as an International Language: Perspectives from scholars, teachers and students. Ed. Roby Marlina and Ram Giri. Switzerland: Springer International. 2014. 129-142. Publishing.- with Manara, Christine. eds. Contextualizing the Pedagogy of English as an International Language: Issues and tensions. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.
  • "Bilingual narratives in English (BNEs) in a language pre-service teacher education program." International Journal of Innovation in English Language Teaching and Research (IJIELTR), 2.2 (2013):1-13.
  • "Navigating the selves through English medium of instruction policy: Voices from the field." Current Issues in Language Planning 14.1 (2013): 93-108.
  • "EFL students’ understandings of their multilingual English identities." Electronic Journal of Foreign Language Teaching (e-flt), 9.2 (2012): 233-244.
  • "Qualitative Research for Second Language Education." News Castle upon Tyne: Cambridge University Press. 2011
  • "The teacher identity construction of 12 Asian NNES teachers in TESOL graduate programs." The Journal of Asia TEFL, 7.2 (2010):177-197.
WORK IN PROGRESS

Henny has recently completed a book chapter "EIL pedagogy in a Microteaching class" to be published in Preparing Teachers to Teach English as an International Language. Publisher: Multilingual Matters. (Editor: Aya Matsuda, Arizona State University). She also has completed a book chapter "Attitudes of non-native English speakers teachers toward themselves" to be published in The TESOL Encyclopedia of English Language Teaching (Eight volume set). Publisher: Wiley and TESOL International and a manuscript "Indonesian teacher identity construction: Insights from practicing ELF pedagogy" for Journal of Asian Pacific Communication (JAPC). Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing. These three manuscript are now still under review. She is now working on a plenary and workshop proposals for the 2016 RELC conference in Singapore.