Mr Mark Almond


NameMr Mark Almond
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Language Studies and Applied Linguistics

Research outputs

The drama project: a whole-person approach

Almond, M. 2019. The drama project: a whole-person approach.

A performative approach to teaching poetry for language development

Almond, M. 2019. A performative approach to teaching poetry for language development.

Putting the human centre stage: practical theatre techniques to develop teacher presence, rapport and a positive classroom community

Almond, M. 2019. Putting the human centre stage: practical theatre techniques to develop teacher presence, rapport and a positive classroom community. United Kingdom Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd.

Lessons from the actor: developing teacher presence and classroom as community

Almond, M. 2018. Lessons from the actor: developing teacher presence and classroom as community.

Doing Shakespeare: from page to stage

Almond, M. 2018. Doing Shakespeare: from page to stage.

Lessons from the actor: developing teacher presence and classroom as community

Almond, M. 2018. Lessons from the actor: developing teacher presence and classroom as community.

From classroom presence to classroom as Ccommunity

Almond, M. 2017. From classroom presence to classroom as Ccommunity.

Improvisation in foreign language teaching: bringing Stanislavski and Johnstone into the classroom

Almond, M. 2017. Improvisation in foreign language teaching: bringing Stanislavski and Johnstone into the classroom.

Language teaching as a performing art

Almond, M. 2016. Language teaching as a performing art.

The art of teaching and the power of rapport

Almond, M. 2017. The art of teaching and the power of rapport.

A process approach to drama in language teaching

Almond, M. 2015. A process approach to drama in language teaching.

The art of language teaching: are teacher identity and performative teaching mutually exclusive?

Almond, M. 2014. The art of language teaching: are teacher identity and performative teaching mutually exclusive?

Is language teaching performance art?

Almond, M. 2013. Is language teaching performance art? The Teacher Trainer. 27 (3).

The use of drama in English language teaching

Almond, M. 2010. The use of drama in English language teaching.

Towards interpersonal and socio-psychological harmony in the language classroom

Almond, M. 2011. Towards interpersonal and socio-psychological harmony in the language classroom.

Engage and activate: English through drama with young learners

Almond, M. 2012. Engage and activate: English through drama with young learners.

Lessons from the actor: developing teacher presence in the English language classroom

Almond, M. 2012. Lessons from the actor: developing teacher presence in the English language classroom.

Teaching as a performing art

Almond, M. 2011. Teaching as a performing art.

Just who do you think you are? Teacher identity in ELT

Almond, M. 2010. Just who do you think you are? Teacher identity in ELT.

Teacher identity – putting the human centre stage: socio-psychological considerations in English language teaching

Almond, M. 2013. Teacher identity – putting the human centre stage: socio-psychological considerations in English language teaching. Humanising Language Teaching. 15 (4).

Affect and performance skills in the language classroom

Almond, M. 2010. Affect and performance skills in the language classroom. in: Lal, C. (ed.) Towards a Student-Centred Pedagogy in English Language Teaching Kerala, India Centre for English Language Learning and Teaching. pp. 21-26

Drama

Almond, M. 2004. Drama. English Teaching Professional. 35, p. 7.

La Actuacion en la Ensenanza de los Idiomas: el Arte del Actor Condensado para el Salon de Clases in Didactica de las Lenguasculturas

Almond, M. 2011. La Actuacion en la Ensenanza de los Idiomas: el Arte del Actor Condensado para el Salon de Clases in Didactica de las Lenguasculturas. in: Derosas, M. and Torresan, P. (ed.) Didactica de las Lenguasculturas Argentina SB/Alma. pp. 177-185

Movement in ELT: Laban and Stanislavski – an actor’s approach

Almond, M. 2008. Movement in ELT: Laban and Stanislavski – an actor’s approach.

Teaching English with drama: how to use drama and plays when teaching - for the professional English language teacher

Almond, M. 2005. Teaching English with drama: how to use drama and plays when teaching - for the professional English language teacher. London Modern English Publishing.

Going the whole hog: putting on a play with your students

Almond, M. 2007. Going the whole hog: putting on a play with your students.

Tackling the bard in the English language classroom - why we should and how we can

Almond, M. 2007. Tackling the bard in the English language classroom - why we should and how we can.

Acting skills for teachers to develop classroom presence

Almond, M. 2007. Acting skills for teachers to develop classroom presence.

Drama in language teaching

Almond, M. 2009. Drama in language teaching.

An actor's approach to teaching language and communication

Almond, M. 2009. An actor's approach to teaching language and communication.

Affect in language teaching: a perfomance approach

Almond, M. 2009. Affect in language teaching: a perfomance approach. TESOL. Madrid, Spain Mar 2009

Teacher identity and performance teaching

Almond, M. 2009. Teacher identity and performance teaching.

Bridging the gap: raising cultural awareness and developing communicative skills through drama on immersion programmes

Almond, M. 2001. Bridging the gap: raising cultural awareness and developing communicative skills through drama on immersion programmes. in: Bodycott, P. and Crew, V. (ed.) Language and Cultural Immersion: perspectives on short term study and residence abroad Hong Kong Hong Kong Institute of Education.

Curtain up on drama - putting on a play with EFL learners

Almond, M. 2002. Curtain up on drama - putting on a play with EFL learners. English Teaching Professional. 22.

Is the Bard barred?

Almond, M. 2010. Is the Bard barred? English Teaching Professional. 72.

Let's get theatrical with our students

Almond, M. 2006. Let's get theatrical with our students. The Teacher. 10 (42), pp. 36-39.

Teachers acting up - from stage presence to classroom presence

Almond, M. 2006. Teachers acting up - from stage presence to classroom presence. English Teaching Professional. 45, pp. 53-55.

The funny side of phonology - a physical approach to teaching pronunciation

Almond, M. 2007. The funny side of phonology - a physical approach to teaching pronunciation. English Teaching Professional. 50, pp. 25-27.

Acting skills for language teachers

Almond, M. 2007. Acting skills for language teachers. IATEFL Voices. 198, pp. 8-9.

Creative writing: getting students to rap

Almond, M. 2009. Creative writing: getting students to rap. English Teaching Professional. 60, pp. 15-17.

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