Dr. Taiane Malabarba

 

Dept. of English and American Studies
Am Neuen Palais 10
Building 19, Room 1.29
14469 Potsdam, Germany

 

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Academic and Professional Background

Taiane holds a PhD in Applied Linguistics from Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos (Brazil). She was a visiting scholar at Penn State University in 2014 and since 2017 integrates the Centre for research on English language learning and teaching at Penn State. She was Assistant Professor at Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos from 2015 to 2018. She is currently a lecturer and researcher at the chair for Present-Day English Language and Linguistics.

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Areas of Research

  • Social interaction
  • Classroom interaction
  • English as a Second Language (ESL) and Foreign Language (EFL) teaching
  • Conversation Analysis
  • Ethnomethodology
  • Interactional Linguistics
  • Usage-driven language learning
  • Language policy
  • Multimodality

Publications

Nguyen, H. & Malabarba, T. (2019). Conversation analytic perspectives on English language learning, teaching and testing in global contexts. Multilingual Matters.

Malabarba, T. (2019). 'In English, sorry': Participants' orientation to the English-only policy in beginning-level EFL classroom interaction. In: H. Nguyen & T. Malabarba (Eds.), Conversation analytic perspectives on English language learning, teaching and testing in global contexts. Multilingual Matters.

Malabarba, T. & Nguyen, H. (2019). Introduction: Using Conversation Analysis to understand the realities of English-as-a-Foreign-Language Learning, Teaching, and Testing. In: H. Nguyen & T. Malabarba (Eds.), Conversation analytic perspectives on English language learning, teaching and testing in global contexts. Multilingual Matters.

Sayer, P., Malabarba, T. & Moore, L. (2019). Teaching English in marginalized contexts: Constructing Relevance in an EFL Classroom in Rural Southern Mexico. In: H. Nguyen & T. Malabarba (Eds.), Conversation analytic perspectives on English language learning, teaching and testing in global contexts. Multilingual Matters.

Hall, J. K.; Malabarba, T.; Kimura, D. (2019). What’s Symmetrical?: A Teacher’s Cooperative Management of Learner Turns in a Read-Aloud Activity. In: J. K. Hall & S. Looney (Eds.), The Embodied Work of Teaching. Multilingual Matters.

Kimura, D., Malabarba, T. & Hall, J. K. (2018). Data collection considerations for classroom interaction research: A Conversation Analytic perspective. Classroom Discourse. Available online.

Malabarba, T. & Hall, J. K. (2017). Interaction and second language acquisition research: Interview with Joan Kelly Hall. Calidoscópio 15 (2). Available online.

Malabarba, T. (2016). O trabalho docente  e sua profissionalidade: do projeto de ensino às participações contingents. In: A. M. M. Guimarães, A. Carnin & D. Cafiero Bicalho (Eds.), Formação e trabalho docente: múltiplos olhares para o ensino de língua materna. Campinas: Pontes Editores.

Malabarba, T. & Guimarães, A. M. M. (2012). Precisa-se de um linguista: da relevância do analista da linguagem na compreensão do mundo do trabalho. Raído 6, 151-162.

Malabarba, T. & Guimarães, A. M. M. (2010). O agir docente em curso livre de língua estrangeira: que trabalho é esse? Glauks (UFV) 10, 271-295.

Teaching

EFL learning and teaching
Phonetics, Phonology, Prosody
English for specific purposes
English variation