GITSAKI Christina

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Name
GITSAKI Christina
Affiliation
Former Institution /Organization Department of British and American Studies
Degree
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY(The University of Queensland(AUSTRALIA)), MASTER OF ARTS(The University of Wales(U.K.)), Bachelor of Arts(Aristotle Universty(Greece))

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2000
 - 
2002
Research in the Use of the Web for Foreigh Language
 
 
   
 
Teaching, Nagoya University of Foreigh Studies.
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1996
Language Acquisition, Graduate School, Division of Literature and Linguistics, THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND
 
 
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1992
MASTERS in Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language, Faculty of Buddhism, THE UNIVERSITY OF WALES
 

Misc

 
English Collocations in second language acquisition.
Pac SLRF '96,University of Victoria, New Zealand      1996
The problem of learning English collocations
11th International Conference of Applied Linguistics Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece.      1995
The lexical approach in second/foreign language teaching : A study of English collocations and its implications for EFL students
19th ALAA, The University of Melbourne, Australia      1994
Lexical collocations in second language learning : A study of linguistic Factors with special reference to SLA
27th AULA, University of Otago, New Zealand      1993

Books etc

 
English collocations in EFL situations : Towards a lexical approach in foreign language teaching
Symposium Proceedings (Aristotle University)   1994   
Internet English : WWW-Based Communication Activities
Student Book. Oxford : University Press   
Internet English : WWW-Based Communication Activities
Teacher's Book. Oxford : Oxford University Press   
Second language lexical acquisition : A study of the development of collocational knowledge
Bethesda, MD : International Scholars Publications   1999   
Helping your students create an English Homepage
Proceedings of the CALLing Asia'99, May 21-25, Kyoto Sangyo University, Kyoto, Japan   

Research Grants & Projects

 
SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION-VOCABULARY DEUELOPMENT
The Use of computers in Education
The Use of the World Wide Web and E-mail for language learning
The use of Blackboard for teaching English