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MARIA GLORIA CHAMORRO GALAN

MARIA GLORIA CHAMORRO GALAN

PERSONAL INVESTIGADOR

FILOLOGÍAS EXTRANJERAS Y SUS LINGÜÍSTICAS

FACULTAD DE FILOLOGÍA

gchamorro@flog.uned.es

(+34) 913986339

Academic Information

PhD in Developmental Linguistics, The University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, UK), 2013

MA in Applied Linguistics with TESOL, Syracuse University (New York, USA), 2009

BA (Hons) in English Language & Linguistics, Universidad Nebrija (Madrid, Spain), 2007

BA in Tourism, Universidad Nebrija (Madrid, Spain), 2007


OTHER TITLES:

Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE), University of Kent (Canterbury, UK), 2016

Certificado de Aptitud Pedagógica (CAP), Universidad de Córdoba (Córdoba, Spain), 2009

Certificate in University Teaching, Syracuse University (New York, USA), 2009

Academic positions held

Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics, University of Kent (Canterbury, UK), 2014-2021

Assistant Lecturer in Linguistics & English Language, The University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, UK), 2010-2014

Postdoctoral Research Assistant, The University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, UK), 2013-2014

English for Academic Purposes Instructor, Strathclyde University (Glasgow, UK), 2014

Spanish as a Foreign Language Instructor, Syracuse University (New York, USA), 2007-2009

Spanish as a Foreign Language Instructor, Kalamazoo College (Michigan, USA), 2005-2006

Professional experience

External Examiner for the MA in English Language Teaching, University of East London (London, UK), 2018-present

External Examiner for the BA in Education Studies, University of East London (London, UK), 2018-present

Expert Reviewer for the Spanish State Research Agency (Ministry of Science and Innovation), 2020-present

Educational management experience

Director of MA in Applied Linguistics with TESOL, University of Kent (Canterbury, UK), 2014-2021

Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of English Language & Linguistics, University of Kent (Canterbury, UK), 2020-2021

Teaching

Docencia

Nº of recognized sections of teacher evaluation

Research

INVESTIGATION GROUPS

  • ACTUALing  Theoretical Linguistics, Applied Linguistics +info
  • OLGA  Innovative Didactic Group for Open Linguistic Glossary Applications +info

PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN

  • A longitudinal investigation into the potential benefits and drawbacks of Bilingual Education for children from monolingual homes Bilingualism, Bilingual Education, Language development, Cognitive development, Social development
  • The English Hub for Refugees Refugees, Asylum seekers, Foreign language learning, Foreign language teaching, Needs analysis, Course design, Materials development +info
  • RefuTeach Refugees, Asylum seekers, Foreign language learning, Foreign language teaching, Needs analysis, Course design, Materials development +info

Nº of recognized sections of research activity

Publications

Otros

Other activities

Patents, intellectual property, knowledge transfer

Chamorro, G. (2021). Language learning resources for refugees and migrants: B1 series. https://www.theenglishhubforrefugees.com/materials/level-b1/

Chamorro, G. (2020). Language learning resources for refugees and migrants: A2 series. https://www.theenglishhubforrefugees.com/materials/level-a2/

Chamorro, G. (2019). Language learning resources for refugees and migrants: A1 series. https://www.theenglishhubforrefugees.com/materials/level-a1/

Chamorro, G. (2018). Language learning resources for refugees and migrants: A1- series. https://www.theenglishhubforrefugees.com/materials/level-a1-minus/

Others

PhD supervision:

- Ishrat Rehman, 50th Anniversary Scholarship recipient (University of Kent, UK): "Urdu Vowel System and Perception of English Vowels by Punjabi-Urdu Speakers" (awarded April 2020)

- Luke Allder, CHASE Scholarship recipient (University of Kent, UK): "Key Stage 2 English as an Additional Language Learners and Performing Arts Pedagogies" (awarded January 2022)

- Inés Sánchez de la Viña, Vice-Chancellor's Research Scholarship recipient (University of Kent, UK): "Learning and processing of formulaic language from captioned audio-visual input: The role of genre and input enhancement" (expected December 2022)