Department of Language, Linguistics and Literature
Faculty and Staff: Linguistics

Dr. Janice Jules

 

Dr. Janice Jules
Title: Lecturer in Linguistics
Department: LLL
Discipline: Linguistics
Additional Titles: Coordinator, Linguistics
Qualifications: BA (UWI), PhD (UWI)
Contact:

Room: A31
Tel.: (246) 417-4412
Fax: (246) 424- 0634
E-mail: janice.jules@cavehill.uwi.edu

Biography: Janice has been a teacher for several years. She began working at UWI in 2001 as a parttime tutor in the Foundation Language Programme and served as Coordinator of the summer programme in these courses. Janice was the recipient of the Graduate Studies 2010 award for Most Outstanding Graduate Student Thesis. Currently she  teaches Linguistics, and her special area is Applied Linguistics.
Research: Innovations in language teaching, strategies and methods in Teaching English as a Second and Foreign Language, teaching Standard English to non-standard speakers of the language, communication in the Caribbean with non-standard varieties of language.
Publications: “Dis Language is Mine: A Case Study of the Preservation of Bajan Dialect  in Atlanta, Georgia” . Envisioning the Greater Caribbean: Transgresing Geographical and Disciplinary Boundaries. Eds. Nicholas Faraclas, Ronald Serving, Christa Weijer and Elisabeth Echteld. 321-328
 
“Single Subject Experimental Research: Measuring Speaking Proficiency in Teaching English as a Second Language” Caribbean Educational Research Journal, UWI. Vol. 3, No. 1, 91-108.
 
“Separate or Inseparate Measuring Listening and Speaking Proficiency in Teaching English as a Second Language”. Creolizaton and Commonalities: Transgressing Neocolonial Boundaries in the Languages, Literatures and of the Caribbean and the Rest of the African Diaspora. Eds. Nicholas Faraclas, Ronald Serving, Christa Weijer and Elisabeth Echteld. 325- 335.
 
“Conversation: It’s More than chatter” Transcultural Roots Uprising: The Rhizomatic Languages, Literatures, and Cultures of the Caribbean. Eds. Nicholas Faraclas, Ronald Serving, Christa Weijer and Elisabeth Echteld, 535- 548.
 
“Second Language Learning in the Anglophone Caribbean: Immersion within the Barbadian Culture”. Double Voicing and Multiplex Identities: Unpacking Hegemonic and Subaltern Discourses in the Caribbean. Eds. Nicholas Faraclas, Ronald Serving, Christa Weijer and Elisabeth Echteld. 299- 310.



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