SENIOR LECTURERDepartment of Languages &
About Monika Mondor
I am a senior lecturer in English linguistics. I teach undergraduate courses and supervise degree papers for the general purpose courses, but at this point, mostly within the teacher education programme. Some examples of types of courses I teach are grammar, academic writing and phonetics, but also more culturally oriented courses on the connection between language, culture and society. I have a teacher's degree in English and Swedish for upper secondary school. In my PhD thesis, I examined the verb-particle construction in the argumentative writing of advanced learners of English. More recent areas of interest include, for example, computer-mediated communication, the growth of English as a global language, and the concept of Bildung in relation to higher education.
Publications 2000 - 2004
Mondor, Monika. 2004. Eriksson, Andreas & Monika Mondor. 2004. Computer-aided error tagging: a description of a new type of error tagging. In Larsson Ringqvist, Eva, Moira Linnarud and Ingela Valfridsson (Eds.). Forskning om Undervisning i Främmande Språk. Presentationer vid Workshop i Växjö 10-11 juni 2004. Växjö: Växjö Wexionensis.
Hägglund, Monika. 2001. Do Swedish advanced learners use spoken language when they write in English? A quantitative study of some common phrasal verbs in the written language of Swedish advanced learners, native students and professional writers. Moderna Språk XCV (1):2-8.
Hägglund, Monika. 2000. Reda ut begreppen och figure it out: om partikelförbindelse, phrasal verb och andra närliggande konstruktioner i SAG och CGEL [Reda ut begreppen’ and figure it out: on phrasal verbs and related constructions in the Swedish Academy Grammar and a Comprehensive Grammmar of the English Language] In Engdahl, Elisabet & Kerstin Norén (Eds.). Att Använda SAG. 29 Uppsatser om Svenska Akademiens Grammatik [Using SAG: 29 essays on the Swedish Academy Grammar]. Gothenburg: Meddelanden från Institutionen för Svenska Språket (MISS), University of Gothenburg.
The story of the English language: from local to colonial to
Andersson Hval, Ulrika, Alistair Henry and Catharine Walker Bergström (Eds). Postcolonial Texts & Events: Cultural Narratives from the English-Speaking World. - 2013-01-01
'Have you ever been to England? You know, they speak really weird English there'. Some implications of the growth of English as a global language for the teaching of English in the
A. Goddard, A. Henry, Monika Mondor, M. van der Laaken
English in Education - 2013-01-01
Figuring it out. A corpus-based comparison of the verb-particle construction in argumentative writing by Swedish advanced learners and native speakers of