Published work - ELT

Canagarajah, A. S. (1999). Resisting Linguistic Imperialism in English Teaching. Oxford: OUP. 

Cumaranatunge, L. (2004). ESL and science learning. In R. Raheem & A. Hamlyn (Eds.), Innovation in English Language Teaching. Selected papers from the 2nd International Conference of the SLELTA 2002. (pp.61-71).Colombo: British Council.

Edirisinghe, P. (2004). Re-introduction of the English medium – who will benefit? In R. Raheem & A. Hamlyn (Eds.), Innovation in English Language Teaching. Selected papers from the 2nd International Conference of the SLELTA 2002. (pp. 127-134). Colombo: British Council.

Fernando, C. (1989). English as problem and resource in Sri Lankan universities. In O. García & R. Otheguy (Eds.), English across cultures, cultures across English: A reader in cross-cultural communication (pp.85-204). New York: Walter de Gruyter.

Fernando, D. (2009, 2010). Sri Lankan English and Teaching English in Sri Lanka. Teacher Guide: Resource Material for Teaching Spoken English, English as a Life Skill Project. Colombo: Presidential Secretariat and the Ministry of Education. Copy in the Daily Island, 2 June, 2010.

Gunesekera, M. (2012). The 21st century postcolonial: Issues and challenges in syllabus design. Phoenix: Sri Lanka Journal of English in the Commonwealth, 9, 61-72.

Harasgama, T.G. (2010). Attitudinal differences towards learning English: A study of the first year students of the Faculty of Science and the faculty of Arts. Journal of the Faculty of Humanities, University of Kelaniya. 13. 120-131.

Hayes, D. (Ed.) (2001). Teaching English: Possibilities and opportunities. Colombo, Sri Lanka: The British Council.

Hayes, D. (Ed.) (2002). Making a difference: The experience of the Primary English Language Project, Sri Lanka. Colombo, Sri Lanka: The British Council.

Hayes, D. (2005). Exploring the Lives of Non-Native Speaking English Educators in Sri Lanka. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 11(2), 169-194. Abstract.

Hayes, D. (2010) “Education is all about opportunities, isn’t it?” A biographical perspective on learning and teaching English in Sri Lanka. Harvard Educational Review, 80, 517-540. Abstract.

Hayes, D. (2010). Duty and service: The life and career of a Tamil teacher of English in Sri Lanka. TESOL Quarterly, 44, 58-83. Abstract.

Hayes, D. (2013). Narratives of experience: Teaching English in Sri Lanka and Thailand. In G. Barkhuizen (Ed.), Narrative research in applied linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kandiah, T. (2010). "Kaduva":Power and the English language weapon in Sri Lanka. In S. Fernando, M. Gunesekera & A. Parakrama (Eds.), English in Sri Lanka: Ceylon English, Lankan English, Sri Lankan English (pp.36-65). Colombo: SLELTA.

Karunaratne, I. M. (2009). Teaching of English: A Sociological Study. New Delhi: A. P. H. Publishing Corporation.

Lo Bianco, J. (2008). A Friendly Knife? English in the Context of Sri Lankan Language Politics. In L. Farrell, U. N. Singh & R. A Giri (Eds.), English Language Education in South Asia: From Policy to Pedagogy. Delhi: Cambridge University Press India.

Medawattegedera, V. & Devendra, D. (2004). Which English to teach? A Study of teachers’ attitudes towards Sri Lankan English. In R. Raheem & A. Hamlyn (Eds.), Innovation in English Language Teaching. Selected papers from the 2nd International Conference of the SLELTA 2002. (pp.81-90). Colombo: British Council.

Parakrama, A. (2010). "Naduth Unge, baduth Unge" (mistranslated as the Rules and Tools are theirs): Some thoughts on the language of privilege and the privilege of language. In S. Fernando, M. Gunesekera & A. Parakrama (Eds.), English in Sri Lanka: Ceylon English, Lankan English, Sri Lankan English (pp.78-102). Colombo: SLELTA.

Parakrama, A. (2012). The malchemy of English in Sri Lanka: Reinforcing inequality through imposing extra-linguistic value. In V. Ratapahana & P. Bunce (Eds.) English language as hydra: Its impacts on non-English cultures, (pp.107-132). Bristol & New York: Multilingual Matters. 

Raheem, R. (2004). English Language Teaching in Sri Lanka: Future Perfect? In R. Raheem & A. Hamlyn (Eds.), Innovation in English Language Teaching. Selected papers from the 2nd International Conference of the SLELTA 2002. (pp.29-44). Colombo: British Council.

Souza, D. de (2010). Targets and standards. In S. Fernando, M. Gunesekera & A. Parakrama (Eds.), English in Sri Lanka: Ceylon English, Lankan English, Sri Lankan English (pp.30-35). Colombo: SLELTA.


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