Jill Hadfield

Associate Professor, Academic Leader
Language Studies
Location: Building 170, Room 2015

Publications

Hadfield, G., & Clanfield, L. (2017). Interaction Online. Cambridge, United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press (Vol. 1st).

Hadfield, G. (2017). Multiple selves, materials and teacher identity. Barkhuizen, G. New York, USA (Vol. 1st).

Hadfield, G. (2016). Motivation, Imagination and Identity Across Cultures. 30TH APPI Conference:Global Understanding - Strategies for the classroom, Aviero, Portugal.

Hadfield, G. (2016). Covert Syllabuses. 50th International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL) Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Hadfield, G. (2016). Bridging the distance: Online interaction that works. 15th National Conference for Community Languages and ESOL, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Hadfield, G. (2016). Teaching Grammar Creatively. English Australia Conference, Hobart, Australia.
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Hadfield, J., & Hadfield, C. (2015). Teaching Grammar Creatively. A. Maley & N. Peachy, London, United Kingdom.

Hadfield, J. (2015). Do Materials Writers have Principles? In IATEFL, International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL) Conference.

Hadfield, J. (2014). Motivation. Imagination and L2 Identity. IATEFL Conference, Santiago, Chile.

Hadfield, J. (2014). Materials writing principles and processes: what can we learn for teacher development? Motivation, Imagination and L2 Identity. The European Journal of Applied Linguistics and TEFL (Vol. 3 (2)).

Hadfield, J. (2013). Motivation, Imagination and L2 Identity. Exploring Strategies for Enhancing L2 Learners' Motivation conference LET, Tokyo Japan.

Hadfield, J. (2013). Interview: Jill Hadfield on her new book. The Teacher Trainer Volume 28 Number 3, Autumn 2013 pp 20-1).

Hadfield, J. (2013). Motivating Our Learners: actualising the vision. English Australia Conference, Perth Australia.

Hadfield, J. (2013). Chaosmos: spontaneity and order in the materials design process. Studies of Textbook Production N. Harwood ed Palgrave Macmillan.

Hadfield, J. (2013). Motivation, Imagination and L2 Identity. Proceedings of the 53rd National Conference of the Japan Association for Language Education and Technology, Tokyo Japan.

Hadfield, J. (2013). A Second Self: translating motivation theory into practice. IATEFL 2012 Glasgow Conference Selections.

Hadfield, J. (2013). Motivating Our Learners: actualising the vision. IATEFL conference, Liverpool, UK.

Hadfield,, J., and Dornyei, Z. (2013). Motivating Learning. .

Hadfield, J. (2012). Becoming Kiwi: a diary of accent change. ELT Journal 66/3 July 2012 (Vol. 66/3).

Hadfield, J. (2012). Motivation, Imagination and L2 Identity. 46th International IATEFL conference, Glasgow UK.

Hadfield, J. (2012). Creativity for beginners. Tania Pattison (Ed.), IATEFL 2011 Brighton Conference Selections.

Hadfield, J. (2012). A Second Self 5. English Teaching Professional (Vol. 82 September 2012).

Hadfield, J. (2012). A Second Self 4. English Teaching Professional (Vol. 81 July 2012).

Hadfield, J. (2012). A Second Self 3. English Teaching Professional (Vol. 80 May 2012).

Hadfield, J. (2012). A Second Self 2. English Teaching Professional (Vol. 79 March 2012).

Hadfield, J. (2012). A Second Self 1. English Teaching Professional (Vol. 78 Jan 2012).

Hadfield, J., and Hadfield, C. (2012). Creativity in the Language Classroom 5. Modern English Teacher (Vol. 21/3).

Hadfield, J., and Hadfield, C. (2012). Creativity in the Language Classroom 4. Modern English Teacher (Vol. 21/2).

Hadfield, J., and Hadfield, C. (2012). Creativity In the Language Classroom 3. Modern English Teacher (Vol. 21/1).

Hadfield, J., and Hadfield , C. (2011). Creativity in the Language Classroom. Modern English Teacher (Vol. July 2011).

Hadfield, J., and Hadfield, C. (2011). Creativity In the Language Classroom Part 2 Genre Writing. Modern English Teacher (Vol. October 2011).

Hadfield, J., and Pingali, S. (2011). Hinglish: code-switching in Indian English. ELT Journal (Vol. 65/1).

Hadfield, J. (2011). Chair : panel discussion : E-learning for Languages: is it worth it? ICELF conference 2011, Auckland New zealand.

Hadfield, J. (2011). Beginners and creativity: constructing identity, creating community. 45th Annual International IATEFL Conference, Brighton 15th-19th April.

Hadfield, J. (2011). Editorial Panel, Language Education in Asia. Language Education in Asia.

Hadfield, J. (2011). ELTmag edited by Jill Hadfield. ELTmag, www.eltmag.com (Vol. 1).

Hadfield, J. (2011). Motivation, Imagination and L2 identity. Public Lecture, Unitec, Auckland.

Hadfield, J. (2010). Meeting The Needs of Generation Y: Presentation and panel discussion. IATFL, Harrogate, UK, April 2010.

Hadfield, J. (2010). Narrating the Future: Plenary Presentation to the TTEd SIG. Teacher Training & Education SIG, IATEFL Pre-Conference Programme, Harrogate UK, 7th April.

Hadfield, J. (2010). NATESOL Invited Workshop Presentation on Classroom Dynamics. NATESOL Conference, Nelson, October 15.

Hadfield, J. (2010). A Second Self: motivation and the future possible self. Swinburne University, Ph D colloquium, Melbourne, Friday 17 September.

Hadfield, J., and Hadfield, C. (2010). Teaching Grammar Creatively. 12th National Community Languages & TESOL Conference (CLESOL), Dunedin, New Zealand, 1st - 4th October, 2010.

Hadfield, J. (2010). Mediating Language learning through a motivational programme. 12th National Community Languages & TESOL Conference (CLESOL), Dunedin, New Zealand, 1st - 4th October, 2010.

Viswamohan, A., Hadfield, C., and Hadfield, J. (2010). Dearest Beloved One , iI need your Assistance: the rhetoric of spam emails. ELT Journal (Vol. 64 (1)).

Kirkpatrick, A., Moody, A., Hadfield, J., and Hadfield, C. (2009). A tale of two song: Singapore versus Hong Kong. ELT Journal (Vol. 63 (3)).

Hadfield, J. (2009). Becoming Kiwi: Participation as Incentive to Acquisition. ALA/ALANZ Conference, Auckland.

Hadfield, J. (2009). Meet the author. www.onestopenglish.com, July.

Hadfield, J. (2009). The colours are so bright they hurt my eyes. www.onestopenglish.com, July.

Hadfield, J. (2009). Motivation and Identity in Language Learning. Spring into Spring: BAYTESOL Conference, Napier.

Hadfield, J. (2009). Motivation and Vision in Language Learning. TESOLANZ AGM Conference, Wellington.

Hadfield, J., Harmer, J., Hockly, N., and Wilson, J. (2009). Online Teachers' Communities. ITAEFL Conference.

Hadfield, J., Hadfield, C., and Gupta, A. (2009). Travels with Auntie. Griffiths, P., Merrison, A., and Bloomer, A. (eds), Language in Use: A Reader.

Hadfield, J. (2009). A second self: Motivation and Identity in the L2 classroom. English Australia Conference 2009, Melbourne.

Hadfield, J., and Hadfield, C. (2008). Creativity for beginners. 11th National Conference for Community Languages and ESOL (CLESOL 2008), Auckland.

Hadfield, J., and Hadfield, C. (2008). Introduction to teaching English. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Hadfield, J. (2008). Roundtable discussion: Interactive activities. 11th National Conference for Community Languages and ESOL (CLESOL 2008).

Hadfield, J. (2008). Wood or trees: Finding a way through the TEFL jungle. 42nd Annual International IATEFL Conference and exhibition.

Hadfield, J. (2008). Creativity for beginners. CLESOL Retold Language Teacher's Symposium, Auckland.

Hadfield, J. (2008). Creative writing. AKTESOL Teachers Society Evening, Auckland.

Hadfield, J. (2008). The whole picture: Teaching world Englishes through film. 43rd RELC International Seminar, Singapore.

Hadfield, J. (2008). Wood or trees? Finding a way through the TEFL jungle. 43rd RELC International Seminar, Singapore.

Hadfield, J. (2008). They've got the accent, not me: A study of language change. 43rd RELC International Seminar, Singapore.

Hadfield, J. (2008). A new fictional genre - The bookclub novel. 42nd Annual International IATEFL Conference, Exeter.

Hadfield, J. (2008). Wood or trees? Finding a way through the TEFL jungle. Humanising Language Teaching (Vol. 10 (5)).

Hadfield, J. (2008). Group dynamics in the FL classroom. Cane, G. Strategies in Language Learning and Teaching Anthology Series 49.

Dyer, W., Hadfield, J., and Marsden, N. (2008). Top tools for language teachers. .

Hadfield, J. (2008). Becoming Kiwi: A diary of language change. 11th National Conference for Community Languages and ESOL (CLESOL 2008), Auckland.

Hadfield, J. (2007). Teaching with (un)limited resources. 42nd RELC International Seminar, Singapore.

Hadfield, J. (2007). My class just doesn't gel: Group dynamics in the language classroom. 42nd RELC International Seminar, Singapore.

Hadfield, J. (2007). The power of four: learning styles and teacher education. IATEFL International conference, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Hadfield, J., Hadfield, C., and Fraser, G. (2007). Text messages: Travels with auntie. ELT Journal (Vol. 61 (1)).

Hadfield, J. (2006). On the practical relevance of goldfish: Teacher education and trainee learning style. CLESOL 2006 Conference 'Origins and connections: Linking theory, research and practice', Napier.

Hadfield, J. (2006). On the practical relevance of goldfish: Teacher education and trainee learning style. 41st Regional Language Centre International Seminar, Singapore.

Hadfield, J. (2006). Teacher education and trainee learning styles. CLESOL Retold Conference, Auckland.

Hadfield, J. (2006). Teacher education and trainee learning style. RELC Journal (Vol. 37 (3)).

Hadfield, J., and Hadfield, C. (2006). Hidden resources in the language classroom. CANTESOL meeting, Christchurch.

Hadfield, J., Hadfield, C., and Andrew, M. (2006). Estate Agent Language (Mae West meets the metaphysical: the language of real estate advertising). ELT Journal (Vol. 60 (1)).

Hadfield, J., Hadfield, C., & Jenkins, J. (2005). Text messages, what is English. ELT Journal, 59 (3), 250.

Hadfield, J. (2005). Text messages Editor. ELT Journal.

Hadfield, J. (2005). Creativity for beginners. Presented to the AKTESOL meeting, August, Auckland.

Hadfield, J., & Hadfield, C. (2004). Hidden resources in the language classroom. Presented to the CANTESOL meeting, 4 April, Christchurch.

Hadfield, J. (2004). Meeting the needs of young learners. Presented to the primary school teachers (various locations) in the Baltic Republics, April.

Hadfield, J. (2004). Creativity in the language classroom. Presented to the School of English and Applied Linguistics seminar for Auckland language teachers and teacher trainers, 6 December, Auckland.

Bradshaw, C., Hadfield, J., & Northcott, R. (2004). Excellent Activity Book 2. Harlow: Longman Publishers.

Bradshaw, C., Hadfield, J., & Northcott, R. (2004). Excellent Activity Book 1. Harlow: Longman Publishers.

Bradshaw, C., & Hadfield, J. (2004). Excellent Activity Book 3. Harlow: Longman Publishers.

Bradshaw, C., & Hadfield, J. (2004). Excellent Pupils' Book 3. Harlow: Longman Publishers.

Bradshaw, C., & Hadfield, J. (2004). Excellent Pupils' Book 2. Harlow: Longman Publishers.

Bradshaw, C., & Hadfield, J. (2004). Excellent Pupils' Book 1. Harlow: Longman Publishers.

Hadfield, J. (2004). Group dynamics in the language classroom. Presented to the Ninth National Conference for Community Languages and ESOL: Language, community, diversity: Hearing every voice, 24-27 September, Christchurch, New Zealand.