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Dr Catherine Martin

University Teacher Academic Writing and TESOL

Email: Catherine.Martin@ul.ie

Dr Catherine Martin is a member of Faculty in the School of Modern Languages and Applied Linguistics at the University of Limerick. She teaches in the disciplinary areas of TESOL, Teacher education, English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI), English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and Academic Writing. Her research interests include: teaching science in culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms, supporting language in the workplace for migrants and ethnic minorities and corpus linguistic analysis of academic written genres.

Publications:

Markey, K., O’Brien, B., O’Donnell, C., Martin, C. and Murphy, J., 2021. Enhancing undergraduate nursing curricula to cultivate person-centred care for culturally and linguistically diverse older people. Nurse Education in Practice50, p.102936.

 

Unpublished work:

Martin, C. (2013) Metadiscourse and lexicogrammar of statements of research aims in biomedical research articles: A corpus linguistics and discourse analysis study, unpublished thesis (M.A.), University of Limerick.

 

Research Projects:

Erasmus+ Capacity Building Teaching & Learning Project
ESTA
: Educating Science Teachers for All
Building a transnational network of university science teacher educators to develop and share evidence-based teaching and learning approaches for linguistically & culturally diverse science classrooms.

 

Language for work- Supporting workplace L2 language support for migrants and ethnic minorities in Ireland