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MELADA SUDAJIT-APA

Position:
- ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์ ดร./Assistant Professor

Education:
- PhD in Applied Linguistics, University of Edinburgh (UK)
- MA in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), University of Technology, Sydney (Australia)
- BA (Italian and English), Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)

Short Course:
- Certificate in Business English Teaching and Business Discourse Analysis, Seameo RELC (Singapore)

Research:
- Sudajit-apa, M. (2015). Role of simulation in the Thai Graduate Business English Program: Can they engage and elicit learners'realistic use of specific language?. Theory and Practice in Language Studies, 5 (2), 282-291. DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.17507/tpls.0502.07
- Sudajit-apa, M. (2013). Role of simulation in the Thai Graduate Business English Program: Can they engage and elicit learners' realistic use of specific language?. The Third Asian Conference, IAFOR, Osaka, Japan.
- Sudajit-apa, M. (2011). Learners' reported use of cognitive and metacognitive reading strategies: A study of Thai undergraduate students. Journal of English Studies, (6), 72- 96.
- Sudajit-apa, M. (2009). Learners' awareness of their use of cognitive and metacognitive reading strategies and their performance: A study among Thai undergraduate students. The 5th Thammasat ELT Conference: Expanding Visions in ELT.
- Sudajit-apa, M. (2007). A systemic approach to EFL reading materials development: Some findings of the second cycle evaluation. IALS Research Seminar. Edinburgh.
- Sudajit-apa, M. (2006). Linguistic vs. procedural simplification: An investigation of reading materials modification and its effect on Thai university learners' materials perception and reading performance. IALS Research Seminar. Edinburgh.
- Sudajit-apa, M. (2005). The role of peer collaborative interaction in a small group reading activity on EFL reading comprehension. Journal of Liberal Arts, (5), 180 - 200.

Research Interests:
- Materials and syllabus development, Learners' strategies, EFL reading instruction, Business simulations, Critical Discourse Analysis

E-mail
meladas@gmail.com

Tel.
02-613-2571, 02-696-5291