|COURSES I TEACH / HAVE TAUGHT||
Introductory linguistics (Describing Language, Intro to Linguistic Communication)
General English syntax (Exploring English: from Grammar to Discourse)
Introductory Morphological Analysis (Linguistic Analysis)
Advanced Sociolingustics (Sociolinguistics)
Advanced Topics in Linguistics (Corpus Linguistics, Semantic and Pragmatics)
Research Methods in Linguistics (Research Apprenticeship)
2020-ongoing David Trye (with Mark Apperley and David Bainbridge), Visualisation techniques of multidimensional language data, University of Waikato, NZ.
2015-2020 Anita Pu, (with Roger Barnard and Rosemary de Luca) Research perceptions of a blended collaborative approach to writing and their practices University of Waikato, NZ.
2016-2019 Jemma König (with Ian Witten, Shaoqun Wu, Mark Apperley), Modelling Vocabulary Acquisition in Extensive Reading , University of Waikato, NZ.
|SUPERVISION: MA|| Oct 2018 - Oct 2019 Katie Levendis , Māori loanwords in New Zealand newspaper
data - a case-study of Māori Language Week , University of Waikato, NZ.
|SUPERVISION: HONS|| 2019 David Trye (with Te Taka Keegan and Felipe Bravo Marquez) - Tweeting Māori Loanwords
2018 Nicole Chan (with Felipe Bravo Marquez) - Social Media Meets Te Reo Māori Loanwords
|SUPERVISION: Summer Scholarships|| 2020-2021 Jessie Burnette,
Stance on Social Media: the language of taking sides during a pandemic
2018-2019 David Trye (with Felipe Bravo Marquez), Using Māori loanwords on Twitter
2018-2019 Abdul Aziz (with Shaoqun Wu), Corpus Linguistics for Forensic Analysis
2017-2018 Louise Stevenson (with Te Taka Keegan and Hēmi Whaanga), Using Māori borrowings in New Zealand digital science discourse
2016-2017 Sally Harper (with Steven Miller and Hēmi Whaanga), The Reo in Our Lives - using Māori borrowings in New Zealand newspapers