Richard Watson Todd


Richard

Title : Associate Professor Dr.

Position : Lecturer / Associate Dean for Research

Department : Language Studies

Educational background :

Year Degree earned Institution
1986 BA (Accounting) Lancaster University
1991 MA (TEFL) University College of North Wales
2003 PhD (Applied English Studies University of Liverpool

Professional experience :
Worked at KMUTT since 1992

Research interests :
Text linguistics, educational innovation, research methodology in applied linguistics

Publications :

Journals

  • Lieungnapar, A., Watson Todd, R., & Trakulkasemsuk, W. (2017). Genre Induction from A Linguistic Approach. Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 6(2), January, 319-329.
  • Pojanapunya, P. & Watson Todd, R. (2016). Log-likelihood and Odds Ratio: Keyness Statistics for Different Purposes of Keyword Analysis, accepted to publish in Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, [Web resources: Table 1, Table 3, Table 4]
  • Watson Todd, R. (2017). An Opaque Engineering Word List: Which Words Should A Teacher Focus On?  English for Specific Purposes, 45, January, 31-39.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2017). Response to Editorial – The Death of the Editorial. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 25, January, 84-85.
  • Louw, S., Watson Todd, R., & Jimarkon, P. (2016). Teacher Trainers’ Beliefs about Feedback on Teaching Practice: Negotiating the Tensions between Authoritativeness and Dialogic Space. Applied Linguistics, 37(6), December, 745-764.
  • Hamilton, G. & Watson Todd, R. (2016). Investigating Models for Second Language Spelling. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 167(1), 16-45.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2014). Support Adaptive Testing: The Effects of Scaffolds in Computer-based Tests. CALL-EJ, 15(1), February, 1-20. http://callej.org/journal/15-1/Todd_2014.pdf
  • Panseeta, S. & Watson Todd, R. (2014). A Genre Analysis of 5-star Hotels’ Responses to Negative Reviews on TripAdvisor. rEFLections, 17(2), July, 5-15.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2014). Restarts: Symptom or Signal?. rEFLections, 17(1), February, 57-71.
  • Carreon, J. R., Watson Todd, R., & Knox, J. S. (2013). Medical Tourism Communication of a Thai Private Hospital Website. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, 8(2), 165-185.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2013). Identifying New Knowledge in Texts through Corpus Analysis. International Journal of Language Studies, 7(4), October, 57-76.
  • Carreon, J. & Watson Todd, R. (2013). Conflicts between Prioritizing Medical Care and Profit-making for a Thai Hospital. International Journal of Language Studies, 7(1), January, 117-138.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2013).  Why Do Articles Get Rejected by International Journals?. rEFLections, 16, 49-60.
  • Jaroongkhongdach, W., Watson Todd, R., Keyaravong, S., & Hall, D. (2012). Differences in Quality between Thai and International Research Articles in ELT. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 11( 3), September, 194-209.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2012). Mixed Methods Data Analysis in Applied Linguistics. rEFLections, 15, July, 69-75.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2011). Analyzing and Interpreting Rating Scale Data from Questionnaires. rEFLections, 14, Febraury, 58-64.
  • Jaroongkhongdach, W., Watson Todd, R., Keyaravong, S. and Hall, D., Differences in quality between Thai and international research articles in ELT, Journal of English for Academic Purposes, Volume 11, Issue 3, September 2012, pp. 194 – 209.
  • Tian, W., Watson Todd, R., & Darasawang, P. (2012). Scaffolding in PhD Supervisory Talk. LITU Journal, 5, 30-44.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2011). What do Thai Policy Makers Think about Education? A Critical Analysis of Published Policy Makers’ Statements. Journal of English Studies, 6, June, 21-30.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2012). The Effects of Class Size on English Learning at a Thai University. ELT Research Journal, 1(1), 80-88. http://www.udead.org.tr/journal/index.php/elt/article/view/11.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2011). Analyzing Discourse Topics and Topic Keywords. Semiotica, 184(1-4), 251-270.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2010). Can SLA research and ELT practice be of benefit to each other?. rEFLections, 13, July, 38-45.
  • Watson Todd, R. & Pojanapunya, P. (2009). Implicit Attitudes towards Native and Non-native Speaker Teachers. System, 37(1), 23-33.
  • Watson Todd, R. & Tuksinvarajarn, J. (2009). The E-pet: Enhancing Motivation in E-portfolios. English Teaching Forum, 47(1), 22-25, 31.
  • Watson Todd, R. & Srimawin, W. (2009). Context Influences on the Reporting of Strategy Use. rEFLections, 12, January, 1-11.
  • Watson Todd, R., Chaiyasuk, I., & Tantisawetrat, N. (2008). A Functional Analysis of Teachers’ Instructions. RELC Journal, 39(1), 25-50.
  • Watson Todd, R. & Tepsuriwong, S. (2008). Mobile Mazes: Investigating a mobile phone game for language learning. CALL-EJ Online, 10(1).
  • Watson Todd, R. & Darasawang, P. (2007). Coherence, Cohesion and Comments Students’ Academic Essays. Assessing Writing, 12(1), 10-25.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2007). Computer – assisted Language Use: An Internet Survey Use. CALL-EJ Online, 9(1), July.
  • Watson Todd, R., Srimavin W., & Boonyuen, T. (2007). Problems Analysing Discourse and Teacher Questions from A Researcher’s Perspective. rEFLections, 10, January, 1-9.
  • Suparp, S., Watson Todd, R., & Darasawang, P. (2006). Supporting Language Learning from a Computer Game. CALL-EJ Online, 7(2).
  • Maneekhao, K., Jaturapitakkul, N., Watson Todd, R., & Tepsuriwong, S. (2006). Developing an Innovative Computer-based Test. Prospect, 21(2), 34-46.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2006). Continuing Change after the Innovation. System, 34(1), 1-14.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2006). Getting the Most Out of Mobile Phones for Language Learning, Guidelines, 28(2), 40-43.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2006). The Myth of the Native Speaker as A Model of English Proficiency. rEFLections, 8, 1-7.
  • Tepparat, P., Watson Todd, R., & Buato, P. (2006). Designing a Placement Test for Use in Student English Access Rooms (SEARs). rEFLections, 8, 22-33.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2006). Why investigate large classes?. rEFLections, 9, 1-12.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2006). The Classroom Language of Larger and Smaller Classes. rEFLections, 9, 24-40.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2005). A Fuzzy Approach to Discourse Topics. Semiotica, 155, June, 93-123. (ISI: O).
  • Watson Todd, R. (2005). In an Aeroplane, Yes, In an Aeroplane: Within-unit Repetitions in Classroom Discourse. RELC Journal, 36(2), August, 189-209.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2548). Doing Corpus Research. ThaiTESOL Focus, 18(1), May, 16-19.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2548). Lessons Learnt from the SEARs Project. Journal of English Studies, 2(2), 5-15.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2005). Three Modes of CALL Communication. rEFLections, 7, January, 1-12.
  • Watson Todd, R. & Chaisaklert, L. (2005). Surveying students’ recreational use of English with Computers. rEFLections, 7, January, 13-24.
  • Watson Todd, R., Thienpermpool, P., & Keyuravong, S. (2004). Measuring the Coherence of Writing Using Topic-based Analysis. Assessing Writing, 9(2), 85-104.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2003). EAP or TEAP?. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 2(2).
  • Watson Todd, R. (2002). Using Self-assessment for Evaluation. Forum, 40(1).
  • Watson Todd, R., Mills, N., Palard, C., & Khamcharoen, P. (2001). Giving Feedback on Journals. ELT Journal, 5(4).
  • Watson Todd, R. (2001). Induction from Self-selected Concordances and Self-correction. System, 29(1).
  • Watson Todd, R. (1998). Topic-based Analysis of Classroom Discourse. System, 26(3).
  • Watson Todd, R. (1997). Textual Patterns in Teachers’ Eliciting. RELC Journal, 28(1.0).

 

Books

2016               Watson Todd, R. Discourse Topics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2015               Watson Todd, R., Darasawang, P., & Reinders, H. (2015). Innovation in Language Teaching: Lessons Learned. In P. Darasawang & H. Reinders (Eds.), Innovation in Language Teaching and Learning: The Case of Thailand (pp. 160-168). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

2015               Watson Todd, R. (2015). National-level Educational Innovations in Thailand. In Darasawang, P. and Reinders, H. (Eds.), Innovation in Language Teaching and Learning: The Case of Thailand (pp. 15-28). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

2014                Watson Todd, R. & Shih, CM. (2014). Assessing English in Southeast Asia. In Anthony John Kunnan (ed.), The Companion to Language Assessment (pp. 1-9). New York: John Wiley & Sons. Inc.

2013               Jimarkon, P. & Watson Todd, R. (2013). Red or Yellow, Peace or War: Agonism and Antagonism in Online Discussion during the 2010 Political Unrest in Thailand. In De Rycker, A. & Mohd Don, Z. (Eds.), Discourse and Crisis: Critical Perspectives (pp. 301-322). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2013               Louw, S., Watson Todd, R., & Jimarkon, P. (2013). When Things Go Wrong: Feedback on Teaching Practice in TESOL. In Ben Said, S. & Zhang, L.J. (Eds.), Language Teachers and Teaching: Global Perspectives, Local Initiatives (pp. 185-200). London: Routledge.

2013                Watson Todd, R. (2012). Large-sized Language Classes. Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics (pp. 1-3). New York: Wiley.

2012                Darasawang, P. & Watson Todd, R. (2012). The Effect of Policy on English Language Teaching at Secondary Schools in Thailand. In Louw, E.-L. & Hashim, A. (Eds.), English in Southeast Asia: Features, Policy and Language in Use, xiv, (pp. 207-220). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2012                Watson Todd, R. (2012). Creating Humor in Gary Larson’s Far Side Cartoons Using Interpersonal and Textual Metafunctions. In Bramlett, F. (Ed.), Linguistics and the Study of Comics (pp. 37-58). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

2009               Watson Todd, R. (2009). Computer-assisted Language Learning: Its Future. Teaching English as a Second Language: A New Pedagogy for a New Century (pp. 89-99). New Delhi: PHI Learning.

2008               Watson Todd, R., Keyuravong, S., & Sutthidara, K. (2008). High Hopes for Self-Access Learning at Two Secondary Schools in Thailand. In Hayes, D. & Sharkey, J. (Eds), Revitalizing a Curriculum for School-Age Learners (pp. 31-52). Alexandria, VA: TESOL.

2007                Much Ado about English, American edition. New York: Nicholas Brealey.

2006               Much Ado about English, international edition. London: Nicholas Brealey.

2004               Watson Todd, R., Trainer journals, reflection and development. In Hayes, D. (ed.) Trainer Development: Principles and Practice from Language Teacher Training. Melbourne: Language Australia.

2003               Watson Todd, R, Studying the beliefs of novice teachers and teacher trainers. In Hadley, G. (ed.) Action research in Action. Singapore: RELC.

2002               (with Taylor, S., Nilnopkhun, P. and Pothiprasart, P.) Managing the Change towards Student-centred. Bangkok: Ministry of Education.

2001              Watson Todd, R. and Maneekhao, K., Two kinds of becoming: the researcher’s tale and the mentor’s tale, In Edge, J. (ed.) Action Research, Alexandria, VA: TESOL.

2001               (editor) Task-based Learning and Curriculum Innovation. Bangkok: KMUTT.

2000               Ways of Learning English. Bangkok: KMUTT.

1997               Classroom Teaching Strategies. London: Prentice Hall.

 

Others

  • Hamilton, G. & Watson Todd, R. (2016). Investigating Models for Second Language Spelling. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 167(1), 16-45.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2553). English Language Teaching Innovating and Reform in Thailand. 50 บทความ เพื่อการฉลอง 50 ปีแห่งการก่อตั้งมหาวิทยาลัยเทคโนโลยีพระจอมเกล้าธนบุรี ฉบับที่ 6: มจธ.กับนวัตกรรมการสอน วิจัย และการเรียนรู้ (2), 55-65.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2008). The right words for the job?. Business Executive, 107, 26-29.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2008). The Memetics of EFL Methodologies. Modern English Teacher, 17: 2, April, 5-14.

Conference Proceedings

  • Ambele, E. & Watson Todd, R. (2017). Adding Rigour to Language Variety Continua. 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. 181-194). 22 – 24 June 2017, Thailand: Knowledge Exchange for Innovation Center (KX), Bangkok. Retrieved from http://sola.kmutt.ac.th/dral2017/proceedings/5-6Additional/181-194_Adding%20rigour%20to%20language%20variety%20continua_Eric%20Ambele%20and%20Richard%20Watson%20Todd.pdf
  • Towns, S. & Watson Todd, R. (2017). Methods for Identifying Relations and Associations in Text. 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. 146-155). 22 – 24 June 2017, Thailand: Knowledge Exchange for Innovation Center (KX), Bangkok.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2017). Serendipity in Research and the Threat of Technology. 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. 125-134). 22 – 24 June 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). 14 May 2016, Thailand: Rajamangla University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT), Pathum Thani.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2016). Commonalities and Diversity in Effective Teaching. Proceedings from RtICELT: 1st RMUTT International Conference on English Language Teaching 2016 “Diversity and Identity” (pp. 17-26). 14 May 2016, Thailand: Rajamangla University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT), Pathum Thani.
  • Wongthanet, W. & Watson Todd, R. (2016). Are Thai and English News Stories Structured Differently?. Proceedings from ICLC 2015: The 7th International Conference on Language and Communication (pp. 237-251). 17 – 18 December 2015, Thailand: National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA), Bangkok.
  • 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). 17 – 18 December 2015, Thailand: National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA), Bangkok.
  • Towns, S. & Watson Todd, R. (2014). Disunity in Cohesion: How Purpose Affects Methods and Results When Analyzing Lexical Cohesion. Proceedings of the 28th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computing (pp. 513-521). 12 – 14 December 2014, Thailand: Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2014). Education as an End in Itself. Proceedings of the 33rd Inter-University Conference “Education Innovation for the Knowledge – based Economy: Curriculum, Pedagogy and Technology” (pp. 9-15). 10 October 2014, Bangkok: Arnoma Hotel.
  • Panseeta, S. & Watson Todd, R. (2015). Hedging in Discussion Sections: A Comparative Study of ELT Research Articles Published in International and Thai Journals. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Language and Communication “Language, Media, and Development in East and South-East Asia” – ICLC 2014 (pp. 291-306). 21- 22 August 2014, Thailand: National Institute of Development Administration, Bangkok.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2014). Choosing Venues for Publishing Research: A Thai Perspective, Proceedings of the International Conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics 2 / Independent Learning Association Conference 2014 (pp. 37-52). 12 – 14 June 2014, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Towns, S. & Watson Todd, R. (2014). Blueprints or conduits? Using an Automated Tool for Text Analysis. Proceedings of the International Conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics 2 / Independent Learning Association Conference 2014 (pp. 53-63). 12 – 14 June 2014, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Louw, S., Watson Todd, R., & Jimarkon, P. (2014). Picking the Ripe Cherry: Extract Selection in Qualitative Research. CD Proceedings of the International Conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics 2 / Independent Learning Association Conference 2014 (pp. 155-169). 12 – 14 June 2014, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Lieungnapar, A., Watson Todd, R., & Trakulkasemsuk, W. (2013). Linguistic and Discourse Variation in the Genre of Popular Science. Proceedings from ICLC 2012: The 4th International Conference on Language and Communication (pp. 177-185). 13-14 December 2012, Thailand: National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA), Bangkok.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2012). English language assessment practices in ASEAN. Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference “Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in ASEAN” (pp. 27-35.). 22 – 23 August 2012, Bangkok: Suan Dusit Rajabhat University.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2012). Discourse Topics, Linguistics and Language Teaching. CD Proceedings of the 4th Language in the Realm of Social Dynamics International Conference “The Multi-Dimensions in an Era of Language and Teaching” (pp. 14-15). 3 – 4 May 2012, Bangkok: University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce.
  • Bunsom, T. & Watson Todd, R. (2012). India’s Unchanging Social Structures: A Discursive Investigation of Power Relationships in A Passage to India and the White Tiger. CD Proceedings of the 4th Language in the Realm of Social Dynamics International Conference “The Multi-Dimensions in an Era of Language and Teaching” (pp. 23-32). 3 – 4 May 2012, Bangkok, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce.
  • Jaturapitakkul, N. & Watson Todd, R. (2012). Support Adaptive Testing: Towards a New Future in Language Education. CD Proceedings of the 4th Language in the Realm of Social Dynamics International Conference “The Multi-Dimensions in an Era of Language and Teaching” (pp. 54-59). 3 – 4 May 2012, Bangkok, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce.
  • Rungruangthum, M. & Watson Todd, R. (2012). Cyber deception: Linguistic analysis of truthful and deceptive messages in Thai online chat. Proceedings of the Joint International Symposium on Natural Language Processing and Agricultural Ontology Service 2011: Language and Ontology Engineering for Service Research Innovation (pp. 129-133). 9 – 10 February 2012, Bangkok, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Ladkrabang.
  • Hamilton, T., Watson Todd, R., & Facundes, N. (2012). Reassessing Traditional Spelling Theories from a Second Language Perspective. Proceedings of the 32nd Thailand TESOL International Conference 2012: Teacher Collaboration, Shaping the Classroom of the Future (pp. 77-94). 27 – 28 January 2012, Thailand, Bangkok.
  • Jantori, P., Watson Todd, R., & Darasawang, P. (2011). Cultural Schemata and Reading Comprehension. Proceedings of the 1st International English Language and Literary Studies Conference “Expanding Horizons in English Language and Literary Studies (ELLS)” (pp. 219-223). 18 – 20 October 2011, Bangkok, Montien Hotel.
  • Jaroongkhongdach, W., Watson Todd, R., Keyaravong, S., & Hall, D. (2011). Current Research Topics and Methods in Thai and International Research Articles in ELT. Proceedings of the 1st International English Language and Literary Studies Conference “Expanding Horizons in English Language and Literary Studies (ELLS)” (pp. 224-233). 18 – 20 October 2011, Bangkok, Montien Hotel.
  • Nukoolkit, C., Chansripiboon, P., Mongkolnam, P., & Watson Todd, R. (2011). Text Cohesion Visualizer, Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Science and Education (pp. 205-209). 3 – 5 August, Singapore: SuperStar Virgo.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2011). Where Do Research Ideas Come From?. Proceedings of the international conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics (pp. 52-61). 21 – 22 April 2011, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • 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). 21 – 22 April 2011, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Rungruangthum, M., Watson Todd, R., & Aroonmanakun, W. (2011). Re-conceptualization of Piloting Research in Applied Linguistics. Proceedings of the International Conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics (pp. 27-33). 21 – 22 April 2011, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Carreon, J. R. &  Watson Todd, R. (2011). Analysing Private Hospital Websites from a Critical Perspective: Potential Issues of Methodology, Analysis and Interpretation of Findings. Proceedings of the International Conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics (pp. 26-36). 21 – 22 April 2011, Bangkok, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Lieungnapar, A. & Watson Todd, R. (2011). Top-down versus Bottom-up Approaches toward Move Analysis in ESP. Proceedings of the International Conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics (pp. 1-10). 21 – 22 April 2011, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Jaroongkhongdach, W., Watson Todd, R., Hall, D., & Keyurawong, S. (2011). Three Dimensions of Research Quality. Proceedings of the International Conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics (pp. 99-111). 21 – 22 April 2011, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Louw, S.,  Watson Todd, R., & Jimarkon, P. (2011). Active Listening in Quantitative Research Interviews. Proceedings of the International Conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics (pp. 71-82). 21 – 22 April 2011, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Jimarkon, P. & Watson Todd, R. (2011). Using Quantitative Methods as a Framework for Qualitative Analyses. Proceedings of the International Conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics (pp. 45-61). 21 – 22 April 2011, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Hamilton, T., Watson Todd, R., & Facundes, N. (2011). Unique categories of errors in Thai spellings of English. Proceedings from ICLC2010: The 2nd International Conference on Language and Communication “Dynamism of Language and Communication in Society” (pp. 97-105). 5 – 6  August 2010, Bangkok, NIDA. Available at: http://lc.nida.ac.th/home/userfiles/iclc2010proceeding.pdf
  • Lieungnapar, A. & Watson Todd, R. (2010). Factors Influencing Comprehension of Comic Strips.  Proceedings of the “Humour in ASEAN” International Conference (pp. 1-13 (No. 17)). 4 – 5 August 2010, Bangkok; Chulalongkorn University.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2009). Corpus-based Generation of Suggestions for Correcting Student Errors. Proceedings of ASIALEX 2009 “Dictionaries in Education”, 20 – 22 August 2009, Bangkok.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2008). The Impact of Evaluation on Thai ELT. Proceedings of the 12th English in Southeast Asia Conference: Trends and Directions (pp. 118-127). 12 – 14 December 2007, Bangkok: King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi.
  • Watson Todd, R. (2006). Open-endedness in CALL. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Thailand TESOL International Conference: Teaching, Learning, Researching: Three Pillars of TESOL, 19 – 21 January 2006, Chiang Mai.

Presentations :

  • Watson Todd, R. (2017). Serendipity in Research and the Threat of Technology. The international conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics 3 / 19th English in South-East Asia Conference 2017 (DRAL 3/19th ESEA). 22 – 24 June 2017, Thailand: Knowledge Exchange for Innovation Center (KX), Bangkok.
  • Watson Todd, R. (Keynote speaker), Curiosity skilled the brat. ELT Methodologies in the 21st Century: Principles and Practices, 2 – 3 February 2017, Thailand: Mandarin Hotel, Bangkok.
  • Watson Todd, R. (Keynote speaker), Commonalities and Diversities in Effective Teaching, The 1st RMUTT International Conference on English Language Teaching (RtICELT) 2016, 14 May 2016, Thailand: Rajamangla University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT),Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani.
  • Watson Todd, R., Education as an End in Itself, The 33rd Inter-University Conference “Education Innovation for the Knowledge – based Economy: Curriculum, Pedagogy and Technology”, Arnoma Hotel, Bangkok, 10 October 2014.
  • Watson Todd, R., Choosing Venues for Publishing Research: A Thai Perspective, The International Conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics 2 / Independent Learning Association Conference 2014, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, 12 – 14 June 2014, p. 52 – 53.
  • Watson Todd, R., Readiness to Learn and Situated Learning, The 3rd International Conference on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching 2013 (FLLT 2013) “Research, Renovation and Reinforcement: Enhancing Quality in Language Education”, 15 – 16 March 2013, The Ambassador Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand, p. 11.
  • Watson Todd, R., English language assessment practices in ASEAN, The 2012 International Conference “Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in ASEAN”, 22 – 23 August 2012, Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, Bangkok, p. 2.
  • Watson Todd, R. and Jaturapitakkul, N., Support Adaptive Testing: Towards a New Future in Language Education, The 4th Language in the Realm of Social Dynamics International Conference “The Multi-Dimensions in an Era of Language and Teaching”, 3 – 4 May 2012, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok, pp. 78 – 79.
  • Watson Todd, R., Discourse Topics, Linguistics and Language Teaching, The 4th Language in the Realm of Social Dynamics International Conference “The Multi-Dimensions in an Era of Language and Teaching”, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok, 3 – 4 May 2012, pp. 14 – 15.
  • Bunsom, T. and Watson Todd, R., India’s Unchanging Social Structures: A Discursive Investigation of Power Relationships in A Passage to India and The White Tiger, The 4th Language in the Realm of Social Dynamics International Conference “The Multi-Dimensions in an Era of Language and Teaching”, 3 – 4 May 2012, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok, pp. 116 – 117.
  • Watson Todd, R., Where Do Research Ideas Come From?, The international conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, 21 – 22 April 2011, p. 18.
  • Pojanapunya, P. and Watson Todd, R., Relevance of findings in results to discussion sections in applied linguistics research, The International Conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, 21 – 22 April 2011, pp. 34 – 35.
  • Jaroonkhongdach, W., Hall, D. and Watson Todd, R., Three Dimensions of Research Quality, The international conference on Doing Research in Applied Linguistics, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, 21 – 22 April 2011, p. 39.
  • Watson Todd, R., What do Thai policy makers think about educations?, Thammasat ELT Conference: Voices in ELT, โรงแรม Windsor Suites, Bangkok, 10 – 11 June 2011.
  • Watson Todd, R. and Pojanapunya, P., Implicit attitudes towards native and non-native speaking teachers, นิทรรศการในกลุ่ม “ผลงานเด่นใน 5 ทศวรรษที่ผ่านมา” เนื่องในโอกาสฉลอง 50 ปีแห่งการก่อตั้งมหาวิทยาลัยเทคโนโลยีพระจอมเกล้าธนบุรี, กรุงเทพฯ, 30 มีนาคม – 1 เมษายน 2553.
  • Watson Todd, R., A Critical Analysis of English Language Courses in Thailand, The 1st International Conference on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching (FLLT 2009), Bangkok, 16 – 17 October 2009.
  • Watson Todd, R., The state of ELT research in Thailand, National Conference on Language and Social Development. Srinakharinwirote University, 16 July 2008.

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E-mail : irictodd@kmutt.ac.th