Dr Sarah Grech

Dr Sarah Grech

Dr Sarah Grech

 B.A.,M.A.(Linguistics),Ph.D.(Melit.)

Lecturer

Institute of Linguistics and Language Technology
Room 112
Binjet Guze Cassar Pullicino (GCP)
University of Malta
Msida
  +356 2340 3616
I am a linguist with research interests in language variation, English language proficiency and sociophonetics, and I am currently involved in a number of projects to gather data for speech corpora reflecting diverse aspects of spoken English and Maltese in the Maltese islands. I lecture widely on English proficiency, Linguistics and English Language study units.
  • Variation in languages and dialects
  • English language proficiency
  • English language and linguistics
  • Sociophonetics
  • Bilingualism
  • Prosody
  • Second language speech
__Publications
  • ELP5003 - Second Language Acquisition
  • ELP5004 - Applied Linguistics for TESOL
  • ELP5006 - Research Methods in TESOL
  • ENG1163 - English Speech Fluency 2
  • ENG5063 - Evaluating English Language Proficiency
  • ENG5064 - Developing English Language Proficiency
  • LIN1024 - Hands-on Language
  • LIN1150 - Sound - Phonetics and Phonology: An Introduction
  • LIN2350 - Issues in Phonetics and Phonology
  • LIN3001 - Synoptic Study-Unit: Topics in General Linguistics
  • LLT3060 - Advanced Issues in the Sound Structure of Languages
Much of my ongoing research includes work in projects related to the languages used in Malta,
including:
CLEM (Corpus of Learner English in Malta)
PAGE (Prosodic and Gestural Entrainment in Conversational Interaction across Diverse Languages)
TELT (An English language teaching test corpus)

My personal research is closely focused on patterns of perception and production in Maltese
English.

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