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Lunes: de 11:00 a 14:00.
Lugar: GMeet. Reunión: ELAFUENTE. (1)
Miércoles: de 11:00 a 14:00.
Lugar: GMeet. Reunión: ELAFUENTE.
(1)Las tutorías se realizarán online a través de Google Meet, utilizando la cuenta de Google Apps de la UZ
CIRES (COMUNICACIÓN INTERNACIONAL Y RETOS SOCIALES)
Dr. Enrique Lafuente Millán is a senior lecturer in the Department of English and German studies at the Faculty of Education of Zaragoza. He has been teaching courses on ESL pedagogy and SLA at the Universidad de Zaragoza for over 15 years, with a focus on Primary Education.
He has published several articles in national and international journals focusing mostly on interpersonality in academic discourse, adopting a cross-cultural and a cross-disciplinary perspective. He also co-edited a special issue on Interpersonality in written academic discourse in the international Journal of English for Academic Purposes and a book with the title Constructing Interpersonality: Multiple Perspectives on Written Academic Genres. Since 2005 he has been a member of four competitive research projects and is a current member of the InterLAE research group, coordinated by Professor Vázquez Orta.
Dr Lafuente has completed research stays at the University of Edimburgh (2000), University of Michigan (2010) and Deakin University (2012). He worked as casual lecturer and tutor at the University of Melbourne (2012-2013). In addition, he has coauthored a collection of textbooks and teacher guides for the integrated teaching of Arts and English at Primary level titled Communicative Arts and Crafts. He is currently the Director of the Postgraduate course on CLIL and Innovation for the English Primary Classroom, organized by the Faculty of Education of Zaragoza.