Punjaporn Pojanapunya


Punjaporn

Title :

Position : Researcher

Department : Centre for Research and Services

Educational background (from most recent) :

Year Degree earned Institution
2005 MA (Applied Linguistics) King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi
2000 B. Sc. (Microbiology) Chulalongkorn University

Professional experience :

2006 – Present                        Researcher, School of Liberal Arts

 

Research interests : 

Corpus linguistics, keyword analysis, and corpus-based analysis of academic language

 

Projects :

  • The International Corpus Network of Asian Learners of English (ICNALE): A collection of controlled essays and speeches produced by learners of English in 10 countries and areas in Asia. Project Leader: Dr. Shin’ichiro Ishikawa, Kobe University, Japan, June 2010 – Feb 2011. (The ICNALE-Written Development Team)
  • Web-Based Materials to Improve the English Reading Skills of Tertiary Students (WebRead). Darasawang, P., Yaoharee, O., Ngamwilaipong, N., Techadisai, K., Srisunakrua, T., Atipanyasarit, K., & Pojanapunya, P. (2010).
  • A Value added and Value Creation Business Plan for the Grammarcheck Project (2V Research Program), funded by the National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT). Sirivongse, P., Dersingh, R., Jaroenkitbovorn, K., Pojanapunya, P. (October 2009 – July 2010).

 

Publications :

Journals

  • Pojanapunya, P. & Watson Todd, R. (2016). Log-likelihood and odds ratio: Keyness statistics for different purposes of keyword analysis. Journal of Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory (published online: April 2016)
  • Thepsiri, K. & Pojanapunya, P. (2013). Thai university students’ causal attributions for success and failure in the EFL classroom. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Mahasarakham University, 31(5), September-October, 7-19.
  • Thepsiri, K. & Pojanapunya, P. (2012). Remedial Students’ Attitudes towards English Language Learning and their Causal Attributions for Success and Failure. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Khon Kaen University, 29(1), Jan- April, 25-50.
  • Pojanapunya, P. & Srimavin, W. (2011). Review of the book Practical English Language Teaching: Listening, by J. M. Wallace. rEFLections, 14, February, 65-67.
  • Pojanapunya, P. & Jaroenkitboworn K. (2011). How to say ‘‘Good-bye’’ in Second Life. Journal of Pragmatics, 43(14), November, 3591-3602.
  • Thepsiti, K. & Pojanapunya, P. (2010). Science and Engineering Students’ Attributions for Success and Failure in the EFL Classroom. Journal of Asia TEFL, 7(3), Autumn, 29-57.
  • Mori, S., Gobel, P., Thepsiti, K., & Pojanapunya, P. (2010). Attributions for Performance : A Comparative Study of Japanese and Thai University Students. JALT Journal, 32(1), May, 5-28.
  • Pojanapunya, P. (2010). Using social networking tools to facilitate interaction in the language classroom. Sripatum Review of Humanities and Social Sciences, 10(2), July-December, 5-14.
  • Watson Todd, R. & Pojanapunya, P. (2009). Implicit attitudes towards native and non-native speaker teachers. System, 37(1), 23-33.
  • Pojanapunya, P. & Srimavin, W. (2009). Using a checklist to raise language awareness: a case study. Sripatum Review of Humanities and Social Sciences, 9(1), 22-33.
  • Okihara, K., Izumi, E., Chihiro, T., Keyuravong, S., Singhjasiri, W., & Pojanapunya, P. (2008). Perceived Needs for Primary-Level English in Japan and Thailand – Interim Report II. Journal of the school of Languages and Communication, Kobe University, 5/2008, 71-98.

Conference proceedings

  • Sudtho, J. & Pojanapunya. P. (2017). Evidence-based Data Collection in the Study of Self-efficacy. Online Proceedings from DRAL 3/19th ESEA: the international conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics 3 / 19th English in South-East Asia Conference 2017 (pp. 204-211). June 22 – 24, 2017, Thailand: Knowledge Exchange for Innovation Center (KX), Bangkok. Retrieved from http://sola.kmutt.ac.th/dral2017/proceedings/5-6Additional/204-211.Evidence-based%20data%20collection%20in%20the%20study%20of%20self-efficacy_Jariya%20Sudtho%20and%20Punjaporn%20Pojanapunya.pdf
  • Pojanapunya. P. & Lieungnapar, A. (2017). The Quality of Choices Determines the Quantity of Key Words. Selected Proceedings from DRAL 3/19th ESEA: the international conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics 3 / 19th English in South-East Asia Conference 2017 (pp. 115-124). June 22 – 24, 2017, Thailand: Knowledge Exchange for Innovation Center (KX), Bangkok.
  • Pojanapunya. P. & Watson Todd, R. (2016). Keywords as a Clue to Disciplinary Identities in the Discussion Sections of Research Articles. Proceedings from RtICELT: 1st RMUTT International Conference on English Language Teaching 2016 “Diversity and Identity” (pp. 201-217). May 14, 2016, Thailand: Rajamangla University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT), Pathum Thani.
  • Pojanapunya, P. & Watson Todd, R. (2016). Lexical Differences and Similarities in the Humanities and the Sciences. Proceedings from ICLC 2015: The 7th International Conference on Language and Communication (pp. 156-171). December 17 – 18, 2015, Thailand: National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA), Bangkok.
  • Pojanapunya, P. & Watson Todd, R. (2011). Relevance of findings in results to discussion sections in applied linguistics research. CD Proceedings of the international conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics (pp. 51-60). April 21 – 22, 2011, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Srisunakrua, T. & Pojanapunya, P. (2011). Students’ Perceptions of Engaging a Virtual World in a Communication Task. Selected paper in the Proceedings from ICLC 2010: The 2nd International Conference on Language and Communication: Dynamism of Language and Communication in Society (pp. 117-126). August 5 – 6, 2010, Bangkok: The National Institute of Development Administration.
  • Pojanapunya, P. & Wongkalasin, K. (2009). Implementing English and Tourism Service Training Programme for Homestay Staff. Proceedings of the 13th English in South-East Asia Conference: English and Literatures-in-English in a Globalised World (pp. 163-177). December 4 – 6, 2008, Singapore: National Institute of Education.
  • Pojanapunya, P. (2008). Observation of Student Behavior in a Non-Formal EFL Classroom Setting. CD Proceedings of the 12th English in Southeast Asia Conference: Trends and Directions (pp. 101-113). December 12 – 14, 2007, Thailand: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok.

Others

  • Pojanapunya, P. (2012). Teacher-Programmer collaboration in CALL design. Modern English Teacher, 21(1), January, 38-41.
  • Pojanapunya, P. (2010). A pinch of SALC. English Teaching Professional, (67), March, 37-38.
  • Darasawang, P., Yaoharee, O., Ngamwilaipong, N., Techadisai, K., Srisunakrua, T., Atipanyasarit, K., & Pojanapunya, P. (2010) Web-Based Materials to Improve the English Reading Skills of Tertiary Students (WebRead).

Presentations :

  • Pojanapunya, P. & Watson Todd, R. (2016). Keywords as a clue to disciplinary identities in the discussion sections of research articles. The 1st RMUTT International Conference on English Language Teaching: Diversity Our Identity (RtICELT2016), May 14, 2016, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT).
  • Pojanapunya, P. & Watson Todd, R. (2016). Lexical differences and similarities in the humanities and the sciences. The 7th International Conference on Language and Communication – Advancing Research in Language, Communication and Culture: Towards a Sustainable Asia (ICLC2015), December 17-18, 2015, Graduate School of Language and Communication (GSLC), The National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA).
  • Pojanapunya, P. & Watson Todd, R. (2011). Relevance of findings in results to discussion sections in applied linguistics research, The International Conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics, April 21 – 22, 2011, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Watson Todd, R. & Pojanapunya, P. (2010). Implicit attitudes towards native and non-native speaking teachers, นิทรรศการในกลุ่ม “ผลงานเด่นใน 5 ทศวรรษที่ผ่านมา” เนื่องในโอกาสฉลอง 50 ปีแห่งการก่อตั้งมหาวิทยาลัยเทคโนโลยีพระจอมเกล้าธนบุรี, 30 มีนาคม-1 เมษายน 2553, กรุงเทพฯ.
  • Srisunakrua, T., & Pojanapunya, P. (2010). Students’ Perceptions of engaging a virtual world in a communication task. The 2nd International Conference on Language and Communication: “Dynamism of Language and Communication in Society”, August 5-6, 2010, Graduate School of Language and Communication (GSLC), The National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA).
  • Pojanapunya, P. & Thepsiri, K. (2009). Thai University Students’ Attributional Beliefs of Success and Failure in the EFL Classroom, The 14th International Conference on English in Southeast Asia “English changing: Implications for policy, teaching, and research”, 26-28 November 2009, Philippines: Manila.
  • Pojanapunya, P. & Srimavin, W. (2008). Color codings vs. abbreviations to teach word order, “The 28th International Thailand TESOL Conference 2008 “English Language Teaching: Progress in Practice and Policy”, January, Thailand: Khonkean.
  • Pojanapunya, P. (2007). Observation on students’ behavior in Non-formal education in EFL setting. The 12th English in South-East Asia Conference: Trends and Directions (ESEA), 12-14 December 2007, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Pojanapunya, P. & Srimavin, W. (2007). Using a checklist to raise language awareness. The 3rd CamTESOL conference on English Language Teaching “Internationalising ELT”, 24-25 February 2007, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Database : Research Methods Database

Contact Number : 02 470 8794

Email : punjaporn.poj@kmutt.ac.th

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