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MSc in ICBP
CELTA at Warwick
Language learning and teaching
Language structure, variation and change
Language teacher education and development
Professional and workplace communication
Working, relating and adapting across cultures
Past Research Theses
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Dr Annamaria Pinter
Centre for Applied Linguistics
University of Warwick
Tel: 0044 2476523843
My research interests include second/ foreign language acquisition and learning for children of all ages. I am interested in language learning processes in both formal and informal contexts, task-based learning and developing language learning materials for children. I am also interested in inclusive, participatory research with children which includes working with children as active co-researchers. My other related area of interest is language teacher development and professional growth.
I trained as an English language teacher in Hungary in Budapest studying English and Russian linguistics and literature. I also worked in Hungary for a number of years in a variety of contexts, including state schools, International House (IH) language schools and a teacher training college. I completed my Masters and my PhD in ELT/Applied Linguistics at the Centre for Applied Linguistics at Warwick and since 2000 I have been working at the same Centre full time, teaching on the Masters in ELT progamme and supervising doctoral students. I am currently MA programme manager. Having published extensively in the area of teaching children second/foreign languages I am often asked to speak at conference internationally and have had extensive experience of working with language teachers from a range of different countries including Japan, Thailand, Turkey, South Korea, Sweden, Poland, Russia and India.
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Pinter, Annamaria, Zandian, Samaneh, 2015. I thought it would be tiny little one phrase we said in a huge big pile of papers : children's reflections on their involvement in particpatory research.
, Volume 15 (Number 2), pp. 235-250,
Pinter, Annamaria, Zandian, Samaneh, 2014. 'I don't ever want to leave this room' : benefits of researching 'with' children.
, Volume 68 (Number 1), pp. 64-74,
Pinter, Annamaria, 2014. Child participant roles in applied linguistics research.
, Volume 35 (Number 2), pp. 168-183,
Kuchah, Kuchah, Pinter, Annamaria, 2012. Was this an interview? Breaking the power barrier in adult-child interviews in an African context.
Issues in Educational Research
, Vol.22 (No.3), pp. 283-297,
Pinter, Annamaria, 2007. Some benefits of peer-peer interaction: 10-year-old children practising with a communication task.
Language Teaching Research
, Vol.11 (No.2), pp. 189-207,
Books and Chapters
Pinter, Annamaria, 2015. Researching young learners. In: Paltridge, Brian; Phakiti , Aek; (ed.),
Research Methods in Applied Linguistics
, New York ; London, Bloomsbury Academic, An imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, pp. 339-455,
Pinter, Annamaria, 2011.
Children learning second languages
: Basingstoke, U.K., Palgrave Macmillan,
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