Agnes Bodis
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Biography

I am the Convenor of the Graduate Certificate of TESOL course and this involves looking after students on their teaching practice placements. I have strong ties with the Australian TAFE and ELICOS sectors as well as excellent relationships with the primary and high school education sector. I also teach and convene subjects  in the Master of Applied Lingusitics and TESOL program.

I have taught TESOL and Applied Linguistics subjects at Macquarie University since 2015 and elsewhere since 2011. I have been an active ESL teacher since 2003 and have taught in various teaching contexts both in Australia and overseas. This includes teaching young learners, adult migrants, corporate English language training and university direct entry courses, to mention a few. I have also been active in the field of language testing and in the past worked both as an language examiner and a test item writer.

Research interests

My research interests include multilingualism, intercultural communication, and languages and the internationalization of higher education. In my PhD entitled 'Multilingual students at monolingual universities: Language ideological debates about international students in Australia', I explored the representation English language proficiency and multilingualism in the Australian higher education context. I am part of the Language on the Move research group. As a teacher practitioner I am interested in inclusivity in curriculum design and assessment practices such as learning-oriented assessment.  

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