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List of Publications

Hywel Coleman  List of Publications

Most recent revision 26 May 2017
Honorary Senior Research Fellow
School of Education, University of Leeds, UK
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A) Books

Coleman, H. (ed.). 2017. Multilingualisms and Development. London: British Council. http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/multilingualisms-development

Coleman, H. (ed.). 2015. Language and Social Cohesion in the Developing World. Colombo: British Council and GIZ.http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/language-social-cohesion-developing-world

Coleman, H. et al. 2013. The English Language in Francophone West Africa. Dakar: British Council Senegal.http://englishagenda.britishcouncil.org/books-resource-packs/english-language-francophone-west-africa

Coleman, H. and Capstick, T.2012.Language in Education in Pakistan: Recommendations for Policy and Practice.Islamabad: British Council Pakistan. www.teachingenglish.org.uk/sites/teacheng/files/Language%20In%20Education%20in%20Pakistan.pdf

Coleman, H. (ed.).2011.Dreams and Realities: Developing Countries and the English Language.London: British Council.www.teachingenglish.org.uk/transform/books/dreams-realities-developing-countries-english-language

Coleman, H. (ed.). 2007. Language and Development:Africa and Beyond. Addis Ababa: British Council Ethiopia.Available online at www.langdevconferences.org.Also available atwww.teachingenglish.org.uk/transform/books/language-development-africa-beyond

Coleman, H., Gulyamova, J. and Thomas, A. (eds). 2005. National Development, Education and Language in Central Asia and Beyond. Tashkent: British Council Uzbekistan.Available online at www.langdevconferences.org.Also available with the title Linguistic Challenges to National Development & International Cooperation at www.teachingenglish.org.uk/transform/books/linguistic-challenges-national-development-international-cooperation

Coleman, H. and Griffiths, M. (eds). 2003. Evaluating for the Future: Teacher Education in the CzechRepublic. Prague: British Council Czech Republic.

Coleman, H. (ed.). 1996. Society and the Language Classroom. Cambridge:CambridgeUniversity Press.

Coleman, H. and Cameron, L. (eds). 1996. Change and Language. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.https://books.google.co.id/books?id=3382tteyMXUC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false

Coleman, H. (ed.). 1989. Working with Language: A Multidisciplinary Consideration of Language Use in Work Contexts. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Coleman, H (ed.). 1985. Language and Work 2: The Health Professions. (Special issue of International Journal of the Sociology of Language49.) Berlin: Mouton.

Coleman, H (ed.). 1984. Language and Work 1: Law, Industry, Education. (Special issue of International Journal of the Sociology of Language51.) Berlin: Mouton.

 

B) Reports and Chapters in Books

Shamim, F. and Coleman, H. Forthcoming, 2017. Large-sized classes. In Liontas, J.I. (ed.),The TESOL Encyclopedia of English Language Teaching. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.http://tesolencyclopedia.weebly.com/

Coleman, H. 2017. Development and multilingualism: An introduction. In Coleman, H. (ed.), Multilingualisms and Development, 15-34. London: British Council. http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/multilingualisms-development

Coleman, H. 2017. Towards a conference legancy programme: An agenda for research and action. In Coleman, H. (ed.), Multilingualisms and Development, 339-350. London: British Council. http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/multilingualisms-development

Coleman, H. 2016. The English language as Naga in Indonesia. In Bunce, P., Rapatahana, V., Phillipson, R. and Tupas, T.R. (eds):Why English? Confronting the Hydra, 59-71. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

Coleman, H. 2016. ‘To be consulted, to encourage and to warn’: The impact and the limits of language-in-education research in the developing world. In Lawson, R. and Sayers, D. (eds), Sociolinguistic Research: Application and Impact, 215-234.Abingdon & New York: Routledge.

Coleman, H. 2016. The native-speakerness of learners and the non-existence of native speakers: The case of Morocco. In Copland, F., Garton, S. and Mann, S. (eds), LETs and NESTs: Voices, Views and Vignettes, 260-261. London: British Council.http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/sites/teacheng/files/BC_Book_VVV_online_screen_res_FINAL.pdf

Coleman, H. 2015. Language and social cohesion: An introduction and lessons learnt. In Coleman, H. (ed.), Language and Social Cohesion in the Developing World, 1-11. Colombo: British Council and GIZ.http://www.langdevconferences.org/publications/2011-ColomboSriLanka/00-LanguageandSocialCohesion-Introduction.pdf

Coleman, H. & Mouanambatsi, Y.R.. 2015. The dilemma of English in primary schools: The case of Gabon. In Pattison, T. (ed.), IATEFL 2014 Harrogate Conference Selections, 79-81. Faversham: IATEFL.

Coleman, H. 2014. What are the foundations of Indonesia’s 2013 Curriculum? In Coleman, H. (ed.), Language Curriculum and Assessment: 2014 Tenth International Conference Selections, 8-19. Bandung: Language Centre, Bandung Institute of Technology.

Coleman, H. (ed.). 2014.Language Curriculum and Assessment: 2014 Tenth International Conference Selections. Bandung: Language Centre, Bandung Institute of Technology.

Coleman, H. & Bâ, A. 2014. The English language in Francophone West Africa. In Pattison, T. (ed.), IATEFL 2013 Liverpool Conference Selections, 54-56. Faversham: IATEFL.

Coleman, H. 2013. Tantangan guru pada abad ke-21 [Challenges for Teachers in the 21st Century]. In Dwiningrum, S.I.E. and Saleh, S.M. (eds), Prosiding Seminar Nasional Politik Pendidikan Nasional dalam Tantangan [Proceedings of the National Seminar on Challenges for National Education Policy], 17-29. Yogyakarta: Indo Media Pustaka (on behalf of Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta [Yogyakarta State University]).

Coleman, H. 2013. Proposal to Introduce the Teaching of English in the Primary Schools of Gabon: Analysis and Recommendations. London: British Council.

Coleman, H. 2013. Proposition d’introduction de l’enseignement de l’anglais dans les

écoles primaires du Gabon: Analyse et recommandations. London: British Council.

Smith,R., Negash, N., Benevolo Franca, V., Wang, Q., Phyak, P., Ajjan, M., Kuchah, H.K., Saleem, M., Sarwar, Z. & Coleman, H.2012.Investigating large classes.In Pattison, T. (ed.),IATEFL 2011 Brighton Conference Selections, 172-175.Canterbury: IATEFL.

Coleman, H.2011.Language policy and social development: Case studies from Indonesia and Pakistan.In Powell-Davies, P. & Otero, J. (eds), Word for Word: The Social, Economic and Political Impact of Spanish and English, 355-366.Madrid:Santillana/Instituto Cervantes/British Council Spain.www.teachingenglish.org.uk/sites/teacheng/files/381617_COMPLETO.pdf

Coleman, H.2011.Política lingüística y desarrollo social: Estudio de caso de Indonesia y Pakistán.En Powell-Davies, P. & Otero, J. (eds), Palabra por Palabra: /El Impacto Social, Económico y Político del Español y del Inglés, 345-354.Madrid: Santillana/Instituto Cervantes/British Council Spain.www.teachingenglish.org.uk/sites/teacheng/files/381617_COMPLETO.pdf

Coleman, H.2011.Allocating resources for English: The case of Indonesia’s English medium International Standard Schools. In Coleman, H. (ed.), Dreams and Realities: Developing Countries and the English Language, 89-113.London: British Council.www.teachingenglish.org.uk/transform/books/dreams-realities-developing-countries-english-language

Coleman, H.2011.Developing countries and the English language: Rhetoric, risks, roles and recommendations. In Coleman, H. (ed.), Dreams and Realities: Developing Countries and the English Language, 11-23.London: British Council.www.teachingenglish.org.uk/transform/books/dreams-realities-developing-countries-english-language

Coleman, H.2010.Teaching and Learning in Pakistan: The Role of Language in Education.Islamabad: British Council Pakistan.http://asiapacificmle.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/pakistan-ette-english-language-report.pdf

Coleman, H. 2010. The English Language and Development. London: British Council.www.teachingenglish.org.uk/transform/books/english-language-development

Coleman, H.2010.Are ‘international standard schools’ really a response to globalisation?In Supriyanti, N. (ed.), Responding to Global Education Challenges: Proceeding International Seminar on Education, 11-35.Yogyakarta:Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta [Yogyakarta State University].

Coleman, H.2009.Teaching other subjects through English in two Asian nations: Teachers’ responses and implications.In Powell-Davies, P. (ed.), Access English EBE Symposium: A Collection of Papers, 63-87.Kuala Lumpur: British Council East Asia.www.britishcouncil.org/download-accessenglish-publications-ebe-proceedings.pdf

Coleman, H. 2009. Indonesia’s ‘international schools’: Route to development or instrument of social divisiveness? Paper presented at the 8th Language and Development Conference, Dhaka, 23rd-25th June. www.academia.edu/705483/Indonesias_International_Standard_Schools_What_are_they_for

Coleman, H. 2008. Darwin and the large class. In Gieve, S. and Miller, I.K. (eds), Understanding the Language Classroom, 115-135. London: Palgrave Macmillan.[Revised version of Coleman 2006.]

Coleman, H. 2007. Survey of DBEP School Finances. (DBEP Research Report Number 2.)Jakarta: Direktorat Pembinaan Sekolah Menengah, Departemen Pendidikan Nasional.

Coleman, H. 2007. Pendahuluan: Studi kasus sekolah bermutu. [Introduction: Case studies of quality in schools.]In Coleman, H. (ed.), Studi Kasus Sekolah Bermutu, 1-9. Jakarta: Direktorat Pembinaan Sekolah Menengah, Departemen Pendidikan Nasional.

Coleman, H. (ed.). 2007. Studi Kasus Sekolah Bermutu.[Case Studies of Quality in Schools.] (Laporan Penelitian DBEP Nomor 1.)Jakarta: Direktorat Pembinaan Sekolah Menengah, Departemen Pendidikan Nasional.

Coleman, H.2007.Introduction: Language and the silent observers of development.In Coleman, H. (ed.), Language and Development: Africa and Beyond, 1-12.Addis Ababa: British Council Ethiopia.www.langdevconferences.org

Coleman, H.2006.Darwin and the large class.In Gieve, S. and Miller, I.K. (eds), Understanding the Language Classroom, 115-135.London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Coleman, H.2005.National identity, education and language: An introduction.In Coleman, H., Gulyamova, J. and Thomas, A. (eds), National Development, Education and Language in Central Asia and Beyond, 2-19.Tashkent: British Council Uzbekistan.www.langdevconferences.org

Coleman, H. and Sigutova, M.2005.Sustainability in education development projects: What are the limits?In Coleman, H., Gulyamova, J. and Thomas, A. (eds), National Development, Education and Language in Central Asia and Beyond, 108-117.Tashkent: British Council Uzbekistan.www.langdevconferences.org

Coleman, H., Asoko, H., Azhar, F., Holloway, K., Lamb, M., Sagimin, Wedell, M., Wiegand, P. and Yarmiati. 2004. Survey of Education in Riau 2003-4. Leeds: School of Education, University of Leeds.

Coleman, H. 2004. Characterising the impact of trainer training. In Hayes, D. (ed.), Trainer Development: Principles and Practice from Language Teacher Training, 241-272. Melbourne: Language Australia.

Coleman, H.2003.Standing back and looking back: Doing a participatory evaluation retrospectively.In Coleman, H. and Griffiths, M. (eds), Teacher Education in the Czech Republic: Evaluating for the Future, 19-28.Prague: British Council Czech Republic.

Griffiths, M. & Coleman, H.2003.Introduction and overview: The creation of a confident profession.In Coleman, H. and Griffiths, M. (eds), Teacher Education in the Czech Republic: Evaluating for the Future, 11-18.Prague: British Council Czech Republic.

Coleman, H. 2002. Evaluating development programmes: Time to watch our language. In LoBianco, J. (ed.), Voices from Phnom Penh: Development & Language: Global Influences & Local Effects, 103-116. Melbourne: Language Australia.www.langdevconferences.org

Coleman, H. (ed.).2002.The Primary English Language Project, Regional English Support Centres and their Impact on Primary English in Sri Lanka.Colombo: National Institute of Education and the British Council Sri Lanka.

Coleman, H. and Edirisinghe, C. 2002. Centres and peripheries: Regional variation in children’s competence in English in Sri Lanka. In Hayes, D. (ed.), Making a Difference: The Experience of the Primary English Language Project, Sri Lanka, 127-148. Colombo: British Council Sri Lanka.[Reprint of Coleman & Edirisinghe 2000.]

Edirisinghe, C., Yattewatte V. and Coleman, H.2002.Regional English Support Centre libraries: Membership, resources and utilisation.In Coleman, H. (ed.), The Primary English Language Project, Regional English Support Centres and their Impact on Primary English in Sri Lanka, 29-36. Colombo: National Institute of Education and the British Council Sri Lanka.

Coleman, H. and Edirisinghe, C. 2000. Centres and peripheries: Regional variation in children’s competence in English in Sri Lanka. In Shaw, J., Lubelska, D. & Noullet, M. (eds), Partnership and Interaction, 109-127. Bangkok: Asian Institute of Technology.www.langdevconferences.org

Coleman, H. 1997. Teaching large classes and training for sustainability. In Abbott, G. and Beaumont, M. (eds), The Development of ELT, 149-159. Hemel Hempstead: Prentice Hall.

Coleman, H., Soedrajat, T.M. and Westaway, G. (eds.). 1997. Teaching English to UniversityUndergraduates in the Indonesian Context: Issues and Developments. Leeds:University of Leeds, School of Education & Bandung: Institut Teknologi Bandung.

Coleman, H. 1997. Undergraduate ELT: Where have we been and where are we going? In Coleman, H., Soedrajat, T.M. & Westaway, G. (eds.), Teaching English to UniversityUndergraduates in the Indonesian Context: Issues and Developments, 26-42. Leeds:University of Leeds, School of Education & Bandung: Institut Teknologi Bandung.

Rohayati, A., Coleman, H. and Hardjanto, T. 1997. Needs analysis for materials design. InColeman, H., Soedrajat, T.M. & Westaway, G. (eds), Teaching English to UniversityUndergraduates in the Indonesian Context: Issues and Developments, 133-139. Leeds:University of Leeds, School of Education & Bandung: Institute Teknologi Bandung.

Coleman, H. 1996. Shadow puppets and language lessons: Interpreting classroom behaviour in its cultural context. In Coleman, H. (ed.), Society and the Language Classroom, 64-85. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Coleman, H. 1996. Autonomy and ideology in the English language classroom. In Coleman, H. (ed.), Society and the Language Classroom, 1-15. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Coleman, H. 1995. Problematising stakeholders: Who are the holders and what are the stakes? In Crooks, T. and Crewes, G. (eds), Language and Development, 45-61. Denpasar: Indonesia Australia Language Foundation.www.langdevconferences.org/publications/LANGUAGE%20and%20DEVELOPMENT.pdf

Coleman, H. 1995. Appropriate methodology in large classes. In Budd, R. (ed.), Appropriate Methodology: From Classroom Methods to Classroom Processes, 113-126. Paris: TESOL France.

Coleman, H. and Pudjiastuti, T. 1995. Delegating curriculum decision-making. In British Council (ed.), Language Skills in National Curriculum Development (Dunford Seminar Report 1995), 113-120. Manchester: British Council.

Soedradjat, T.M., Soegondo, R., Hardjanto, T. and Coleman, H. 1994. University speaking to university: An international link in English for Academic Purposes. In Khoo, R. (ed.), The Practice of LSP: Perspectives, Programmes and Projects (Anthology Series 34), 255-280. Singapore: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre.

Coleman, H. 1993. Professional Standards in TESOL in the U.K.: An Overview. Leeds: BATQI (British Association of TESOL Qualifying Institutions).

Coleman, H. 1992. Moving the goalposts: Project evaluation in practice. In Alderson, J.C. and Beretta, A. (eds), Evaluating Second Language Education, 222-246. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Coleman, H. 1992. Perceptions of impact. In British Council (ed.), The Social and Economic Impact of ELT in Development (Dunford Seminar Report 1991), 22-26 & 57-58. London:British Council.

Coleman, H. 1991. Large classes and training for sustainability. In British Council (ed.), Training for Sustainability of ELT Aid Projects (Dunford Seminar Report 1990), 14 & 61-64. London: British Council.

Coleman, H. 1991. Learners’ strategies in tertiary-level large classes. In British Council (ed.), Proceedings of the Conference on Academic Communication Skills in African Universities, 44-57. Nairobi: British Council Kenya.

Coleman, H. 1991. Primary ELT teachers and large classes. In Kennedy, C. and Jarvis, J. (eds), Ideas and Issues in Primary ELT, 152-165. Walton-on-Thames: Nelson.

Coleman, H. 1989. Learning and Teaching in Large Classes: A Bibliography. (Project Report 1.) Leeds: Lancaster-Leeds Language Learning in Large Classes Research Project.

Coleman, H. 1989. The Study of Large Classes. (Project Report 2.) Leeds: Lancaster-Leeds Language Learning in Large Classes Research Project.

Coleman, H. 1989. How Large are Large Classes? (Project Report 4.) Leeds: Lancaster-Leeds Language Learning in Large Classes Research Project.

Coleman, H. 1989. Large Classes in Nigeria. (Project Report 6.) Leeds: Lancaster-Leeds Language Learning in Large Classes Research Project.

Coleman, H. 1989. Approaches to the Management of Large Classes. (Project Report 11.)Leeds: Lancaster-Leeds Language Learning in Large Classes Research Project.

Coleman, H. 1989. Testing ‘appropriate behaviour’ in an academic context. In Bickley, V. (ed.), Language Teaching and Learning Styles Within and Across Cultures, 361-372. Hong Kong: Institute of Language in Education.

Coleman, H. 1989. Working with language: An introduction.In Coleman, H. (ed.), Working with Language: A Multidisciplinary Consideration of Language Use in Work Contexts, 1-23. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Coleman, H. 1989. The present and the future of work.In Coleman, H. (ed.), Working with Language: A Multidisciplinary Consideration of Language Use in Work Contexts, 109-127. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Coleman, H. 1988. Making research researchable: How to get a research degree out of a research topic. In Littlejohn, A. and Melouk, M. (eds), Research Methods and Processes, 5-20. Lancaster: Lancaster University.

 

C. Journal Articles

Coleman, H. 2011. The English language in development. MEXTESOL Journal 35(1). www.mextesol.net/journal/index.php?page=journal&id_article=64 [Reprint of Coleman 2010, English and Development.]

Lamb, M. and Coleman, H. 2008. Literacy in English and the transformation of self and society in post-Soeharto Indonesia. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 11 (2), 189-205.

Brumfit, C. and Coleman, H. 1995. Talking shop: Professional standards in ELT. English Language Teaching Journal 49(2), pp176-184.

Coleman, H. 1991. The testing of ‘appropriate behaviour’ in an academic context. In Adams, P., Heaton, B. and Howarth, P. (eds), Socio-Cultural Issues in English for Academic Purposes, 13-23. (Review of English Language Teaching 1(2).) London: Macmillan.

Coleman, H. 1990. The relationship between large class research and large class teaching. SPELT (Society of Pakistan English Language Teachers) Newsletter 5 (1), 2-10.

Coleman, H. 1988. Analysing language needs in large organisations. English for Specific Purposes 7 (3), 155-169.

Coleman, H. 1987. ‘Little tasks make large return’: Task-based language learning in large crowds. In Candlin, C.N. and Murphy, D.F. (eds), Language Learning Tasks, 121-145. (Lancaster Practical Papers in English Language Education 7.) London: Prentice-Hall.

Coleman, H. 1987. Teaching spectacles and learning festivals. English Language Teaching Journal 41 (2), 97-103.

Coleman, H.1987.Is the false beginner a false concept?The Language Teacher 11 (14), 11-17.

Coleman, H. 1985. Talking shop: An overview of language and work. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 51, 105-129.

Coleman, H. and Burton, J. 1985. Aspects of control in the dentist-patient relationship. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 51, 75-104.

Coleman, H. 1985. Evaluating teachers’ guides: Do teachers’ guides guide teachers? In Alderson, J.C. (ed.), Evaluation, 83-96. (Lancaster Practical Papers in English Language Education 6.) Oxford: Pergamon.

Coleman, H. 1984. Perceptions of language use in a bilingual industrial community. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 49, 51-72.

Coleman, H. 1982. ‘English teacher should attends’: Designing a series of language induction courses for management training. In Waters, A. (ed.), Issues in ESP, 1-38. (Lancaster Practical Papers in English Language Education 5.) Oxford: Pergamon.

Coleman, H. 1980. Evaluating the communicative proficiency of overseas dentists. Lancaster Practical Papers in English Language Education 3, 1-7.

Coleman, H. 1977. The integrative grammar test: A comment. RELC (Regional English Language Centre) Journal 8 (2), 91-93.

 

D) Book Reviews

Coleman, H. 2004. Review of A.Kirkpatrick (ed.), ‘Englishes in Asia: Communication, Identity, Power andEducation’. Applied Linguistics 25(3), 406-410.

Coleman, H. 1999. Review of C.Brock (ed.), ‘Global Perspectives in Teacher Education’. Journal of Education for Teaching 25(1), 73-74.

 

E) Newspaper and Newsletter Articles

Coleman, H. 2016. Kewarganegaraan [Citizenship]. Kompas 25 Agustus 2016.

Coleman, H.2011.Help needed to make ELT ‘fairtrade’.The Guardian 7 June 2011.www.guardian.co.uk/education/2011/jun/07/tefl-development?INTCMP=SRCH

Coleman, H.2011.Language and development.IATEFL Global Issues 26:8-10.

Coleman, H. 1991. What is happening in large classes? IATEFL Newsletter 111, 2-4.

Coleman, H. 1991. Feature article: What is happening in large classes? SATEFL Newsletter 11 (1), 6-9.

Coleman, H. 1990. Classroom research. ELT Review 2, 4-7.

Coleman, H. 1988. Language learning in large classes: A bibliography. ETIC: English Teaching Information Circular 21, 14-20.

Coleman, H. 1988. Language learning in large classes project. ETIC: English Teaching Information Circular 20, 14-17.

Coleman, H. 1977. Pengaruh Bahasa Indonesia pada Bahasa Inggris [The influence of Indonesian on English.]Warta Pertamina XI(9), 22-23.

Coleman, H. 1976. Bahasa Inggris untuk pengetahuan & teknik. [English for science and technology.]Warta Pertamina XI(5), 20-23.

 

F) Pedagogical Materials

Coleman, H.1984.Petroleum: Downstream.(Heinemann Science and Technical Readers.)London: Heinemann Educational Books.

Coleman, H.1980.Petroleum: Upstream.(Heinemann Science and Technical Readers.)London: Heinemann Educational Books.

 

G) Publications on Indonesian Textiles

Coleman, H. 2014. A family collection of textiles in Toraja, Indonesia. Asian Textiles 59, 12-15.http://www.oatg.org.uk/magazines/AT59.html

Coleman, H.2008.A region of extraordinary diversity.Asian Textiles 41, 18-21.www.oatg.org.uk/magazines/N41.html

Coleman, H.2008.Patterns of Culture: The Textiles of Bali and Nusa Tenggara.(Ars Textrina Series Number 38.)Leeds:University of Leeds.