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.

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

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

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.