Dr Natalie Schembri

Dr Natalie Schembri

Dr Natalie Schembri

 B.Ed. (Hons)(Melit.),M.A.(Melit.),Ph.D.(Reading)

Senior Lecturer

Institute of Linguistics and Language Technology
Room 121
Block A
Car Park 6
University of Malta
Msida
  +356 2340 2152
__Biography
__ResearchInterests

SCHEMBRI, N., 2018. On the characterisation of Maltese English: An error-analysis perspective based on nominal structures in Maltese university student texts. In: P. PAGGIO and A. GATT, eds, The languages of Malta. Berlin: Language Science Press, pp. 225-246.

SCHEMBRI, N., 2009. Citation practices: Insights from interviews with six undergraduate students at the University of Malta. University of Reading Language Studies Working Papers, 1, pp. 16-24.

SCHEMBRI, N., 2005. Noun phrase structures in Maltese university students' commerce texts. Munich: Lincom Europa.

SCHEMBRI, N., The NP in academic Maltese English. STUF - Language Typology and Universals, 71, pp. 305-326.

SCHEMBRI, N. and JAHIĆ JAŠIĆ, A., In press. Interview-based research in multilingual research situations: Issues and challenges. In: B. PETRIĆ and M. CASTELLÓ BADIA, eds, Exploring dissertation/thesis writing. Multilingal Matters, pp. --.

  • DOC6005 - Articulating the Research Gap in the Doctoral Thesis
  • DOC6039 - The Literature Review
  • LIN1063 - Academic Reading and Writing in English (Dental Surgery)
  • LIN1063 - Academic Reading and Writing in English (Electives & Optionals)
  • LIN1063 - Academic Reading and Writing in English (Midwifery)
  • LIN1063 - Academic Reading and Writing in English (Occupational Therapy)
  • LIN1063 - Academic Reading and Writing in English (Social Policy and Social Work)
  • LIN5063 - Academic Reading, Writing and Speaking in English for Postgraduates (Documentary Heritage and Melitensia Studies)
  • LIN5063 - Academic Reading, Writing and Speaking in English for Postgraduates (Rural Sciences)
Dr. Schembri is the coordinator of the Academic English Programme within the Institute of
Linguistics & Language Technology. She is also a member of the Institute Board, and the
University of Malta Plagiarism Committee.

Dr. Schembri is a member of the second working group of the EU funded
network project STRENGTHENING EUROPEANS'
CAPABILITIES BY ESTABLISHING THE EUROPEAN LITERACY NETWORK (COST Action IS1401) and acts
as MC substitute for the same project.

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