Sarah Hardman

Lecturer
Language Studies
Location: Building 182, Room 3011

Qualifications

BSc (Hons), DipTESL

Publications

Hardman, SA (2012). Wholes / Holes in how I sound: pronunciation in the whole text. 13th Annual Conference for Community Languages and ESOL, IPC Tertiary Institute, Palmerston North, New Zealand.

Hardman, S. (2007). Deconstructing a technological literacy event. CALL Symposium - Language, Literacy and Technology.

Cooke, D., and Hardman, S. (2007). Contending with media. New Zealand Studies in Applied Linguistics (Vol. 13 1).

Hardman, S., and Patterson, J. (2006). "Surplus circus"- The politics of reviews- A workshop to share strategies for dealing with redundancy reviews. 'The politics of life- Taking stock for our future', ASTE National Conference.

Martin Blaker, J., & Hardman, S. (2004). From home tutoring to ten centres around New Zealand A study of the process and growth of teaching pre-literate learners. Language issues: The journal of NATECLA, Volume 16 Number 1 (Spring/Summer), 13-18.

Dixon, K. D., & Hardman, S. (2004). One thread of the web: Online literacy. Presented to the CALL Symposium: Technology futures and language education, 18-19 June, Auckland, New Zealand.

Cooke, D., & Hardman, S. (2004). Interpreting media. Presented to the Ninth National Conference for Community Languages and ESOL: Language, community, diversity: Hearing every voice, 24-27 September, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Hardman, S. (2002). English through theatresports. Presented to the 8th National Conference on Community Languages and ESOL, 6 July, Wellington.

Martin-Blaker, J., & Hardman, S. (2001). Jumping the Barriers: Language Learning With Refugee Groups in New Zealand. Presented to the International Community Development Conference, 3 April, Rotorua.

Hardman, S. (1998). Whose Literacy Problem? Adults with Minimal Formal Education in the ESOL Classroom. Presented to the Sixth National Conference on Community Languages and English For Speakers of Other Languages, Palmerston North.