Ms Thi Ngoc Phuong Le
Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics (Honours), University of Queensland, Australia
Phuong Le gained her BA degree in English Language Teaching from the University of Foreign Language Studies in Vietnam, and her MA degree in Applied Linguistics (TESOL Stream) from the University of Queensland in Australia. She taught English for several years in Vietnam before she started her PhD. She is currently a PhD candidate in Applied Language Studies and Linguistics at the Faculty of Arts, the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Her research interests include genre analysis, corpus linguistics methods, English for specific and academic purposes, and academic writing.
Research | Current
Her current research project involves move analysis and their linguistic realisations in research articles, using the corpus linguistics approach.
The University of Auckland Doctoral Scholarship, 2015-2018
Student Representative at the Department of Applied Language Studies and Linguistics, responsible for circulating information on seminars, workshops, scholarships, and conferences
Areas of expertise
- English language teaching
- Genre analysis
- Discourse analysis
- Corpus linguistics methods
- Academic writing
Member of CLL Symposium Organising Committee, 2017