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DEROEY Katrien

University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Humanities (DHUM) > English Studies

Main Referenced Co-authors
HUEMER, Birgit  (6)
LEJOT, Eve  (6)
Skipp, Jennifer (6)
Taverniers, Miriam (3)
Johnson, Jane Helen (2)
Main Referenced Keywords
EAP (20); EMI (10); lecture discourse (9); lecturer training (7); importance marking (5);
Main Referenced Unit & Research Centers
IPSE (8)
ULLC (2)
English Institute (1)
Institute for English Studies (1)
Main Referenced Disciplines
Languages & linguistics (68)
Education & instruction (3)
Human health sciences: Multidisciplinary, general & others (1)

Publications (total 72)

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Deroey, K. (11 June 2016). What can EAP tutors do for EMI lecturers? [Paper presentation]. EMI in Higher Education: the challenges and the opportunities, Southampton, United Kingdom. https://hdl.handle.net/10993/27686

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38 citations (Scopus®)

Deroey, K., & Taverniers, M. (2012). ‘Just remember this’: Lexicogrammatical relevance markers in lectures. English for Specific Purposes, 31 (4), 221-233. doi:10.1016/j.esp.2012.05.001 https://hdl.handle.net/10993/17321

DEROEY, K. (2024). Student-centred learning through flipped classrooms [Paper presentation]. Advancing Competence in Teaching for Student Success Teaching day, Belval, Luxembourg.

DEROEY, K. (06 December 2023). EMI lecturer training: content, delivery, ways forward [Paper presentation]. EMI Symposium: Fostering collaboration, Oxford, United Kingdom.
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Deroey, K. (25 August 2023). Decolonising EMI lecturer training [Paper presentation]. BAAL Conference: Opening up applied linguistics, York, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K., & Skipp, J. (21 May 2023). Teaching research writing with a flipped classroom approach [Paper presentation]. UNNC EAP / ESP conference: Transformations in Context, online, China.

Deroey, K. (21 May 2023). EMI lecturer training: what and how? [Paper presentation]. UNNC EAP / ESP conference: Transformations in Context, online, China. doi:10.1016/j.jeap.2023.101223

Deroey, K., & Skipp, J. (13 May 2023). Personalising a writing course with a flipped classroom approach [Paper presentation]. NATESOL.

Deroey, K. (13 May 2023). Constructive (re)alignment and creative (mis)alignment: Working with the BALEAP accreditation scheme criteria [Paper presentation]. BALEAP Accreditation Scheme, London, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K., & Skipp, J. (20 April 2023). Deconstructing a writing course through independent, personalised learning [Paper presentation]. British Association for Lecturers in English for Academic Purposes Biennial Conference, Warwick, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (March 2023). A survey of English medium instruction lecturer training programmes: content, delivery, ways forward. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 62 (101223).
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Deroey, K. (March 2023). Editorial 'Lecture discourse and lecture training'. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 62 (101223).
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Deroey, K., & Skipp, J. (2023). Designing and delivering an online research article writing course for doctoral students in Luxembourg during Covid-19. In J. Fenton, J. Gimenez, K. Mansfield, ... M. Spinillo (Eds.), International perspectives on teaching academic English in turbulent times (pp. 81-94). Routledge.
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Deroey, K. (Ed.). (2023). Lecture discourse and lecturer training. Journal of English for Academic Purposes. doi:10.1016/j.jeap.2023.101240
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Deroey, K., & Skipp, J. (2023). Designing and managing an online, personalised research writing course for postgraduates. In C. McDiarmid (Ed.), Exploring pedagogical approaches in EAP teaching. Garnet.
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Deroey, K. (09 June 2022). A survey of EMI lecturer training programmes: content, delivery, ways forward [Paper presentation]. Norwegian Forum for English for Academic Purposes Conference.

Deroey, K., & Johnson, J. H. (27 May 2021). Metadiscourse by native and non-native English speakers: importance marking in lectures [Paper presentation]. Third Metadiscourse Across Genres Conference: Metadiscourse in Intra/Inter/Cross-cultural Communication.

Deroey, K. (08 April 2021). Designing EMI lecturer training programmes: what and how [Paper presentation]. BALEAP Conference.

Deroey, K., & Skipp, J. (08 April 2021). Designing and managing an online, personalised research writing course for postgraduates [Paper presentation]. BALEAP Conference.

Deroey, K. (04 March 2021). Constructing effective and efficient EAP curricula [Paper presentation]. Annual Conference of the German Association of University Language Centres, Germany.

Deroey, K., & Johnson, J. H. (23 February 2021). Importance marking in EMI lectures: A comparative study [Paper presentation]. International Online Spring Conference, Higher Education in Israel Network of English Teachers.

Deroey, K. (2021). Lecturer training for English Medium Instruction: what and how? In B. D. A. M. E. Bond, Innovation, exploration and transformation. Proceedings of the 2019 BALEAP Conference. Reading, United Kingdom: Garnet.
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Huemer, B., Deroey, K., & Lejot, E. (30 October 2019). Comparing Academic Languages: German, English, French [Paper presentation]. 5th Saarbrücken Conference on Foreign Language Teaching, Saarbrücken, Germany.

Deroey, K. (23 July 2019). Bracketing in student writing: its uses (and abuses) [Paper presentation]. 10th International Corpus Linguistics Conference, Cardiff, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (26 April 2019). Teaching and learning in an internationalized context: challenges and strategies [Paper presentation]. Invited talk.

Deroey, K. (13 April 2019). How can we support lecturers in English-medium instruction? [Paper presentation]. BALEAP Conference: Innovation, Exploration and Transformation, Leeds, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (18 March 2019). Anyway, the point is’: a corpus study of lexicogrammatical importance markers in lectures [Paper presentation]. Invited talk, Metz, France.

Deroey, K., Huemer, B., & Lejot, E. (2019). The discourse structure of literature review paragraphs: a multilingual study. In Schreibwissenschaft. Böhlau.
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Huemer, B., Lejot, E., & Deroey, K. (Eds.). (2019). Academic writing across languages: multilingual and contrastive approaches in higher education. Vienna, Austria: Böhlau.

Deroey, K. (2019). Panel discussion: academic writing across languages: multilingual and contrastive approaches in higher education. In B. Huemer, E. Lejot, ... K. Deroey, Academic writing across languages: multilingual and contrastive approaches in higher education (pp. 255-260). Vienna, Unknown/unspecified: Böhlau Verlag.
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Deroey, K. (09 June 2018). Designing personalized, interactive materials for presentation skills [Paper presentation]. BALEAP Priofessional Interest Meeting: Speaking, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (2018). The representativeness of lecture listening coursebooks: language, lectures, research-informedness. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 34, 57-67. doi:10.1016/j.jeap.2018.03.011
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Deroey, K. (23 November 2017). Confronting corpora with coursebooks: the case of lecture listening [Paper presentation]. 1st International Conference on Corpus Analysis in Academic Discourse.

Deroey, K. (22 November 2017). Markers of lesser importance in lecture discourse [Paper presentation]. 1st International Conference on Corpus Analysis in Academic Discourse. doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.27149.64481

Deroey, K. (10 June 2017). Luxembourgish English pronunciation: first forays [Paper presentation]. Mapping English in Luxembourg: an interdisciplinary conference, Luxembourg.

Deroey, K. (2017). How representative are EAP listening books of real lectures? In J. Kemp (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2015 BALEAP Conference. EAP in a rapidly changing landscape: Issues, challenges and solutions. Reading, United Kingdom: Garnet.
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Deroey, K. (19 November 2016). Metadiscourse in lectures: the case of importance marking [Paper presentation]. 42nd Austrian Linguistics Conference. Workshop: Metadiscourse in spoken discourse, Graz, Austria.

Huemer, B., Deroey, K., & Lejot, E. (02 September 2016). Designing a multilingual course to support second and third language acquisition [Paper presentation]. 10th International Conference on Multilingualism and Third Language Acquisition, Vienna, Austria.

Deroey, K. (11 June 2016). What can EAP tutors do for EMI lecturers? [Paper presentation]. EMI in Higher Education: the challenges and the opportunities, Southampton, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K., Lejot, E., & Huemer, B. (31 July 2015). Multilingualism at the University of Luxembourg: policy, practice and attitudes [Paper presentation]. 14th International Pragmatics Conference, Antwerpen, Belgium.

Lejot, E., Huemer, B., & Deroey, K. (June 2015). Writing support in a multilingual context: what do staff and students need? [Paper presentation]. EATAW conference 2015, Tallinn, Estonia.

Deroey, K. (17 April 2015). How representative are EAP listening books of real lectures? [Paper presentation]. Katrien DEROEY, Leicester, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (17 July 2014). Confronting EAP textbooks with corpus evidence: the case of academic listening [Paper presentation]. Katrien DEROEY, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (21 June 2014). Corpus-based materials design for EAP listening: the road less travelled [Paper presentation]. EAP AND CORPORA, Coventry, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (21 June 2014). Using FileMaker Pro to get the most from your corpus data [Paper presentation]. EAP and corpora, Coventry, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (20 June 2014). Importance marking in lectures by native and non-native speakers [Paper presentation]. Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (2014). ‘Anyway, the point I'm making is’: Lexicogrammatical relevance marking in lectures. In L. Vandelanotte, K. Davidse, C. Gentens, ... D. Kimps (Eds.), Advances in Corpus Linguistics: Developing and Exploiting Corpora (pp. 265-291). Amsterdam/New York, Unknown/unspecified: Rodopi.
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Deroey, K. (2014). 'Anyway, the point is': hoe signaleren docenten (minder) belangrijke informatie? Over Taal, 53 (1).
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Deroey, K. (23 July 2013). Anyway, the point I’m making is: relevance marking in lectures [Paper presentation]. Corpus Linguistics, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (21 April 2013). How do lecturers convey what is (less) important information? [Paper presentation]. The English Language in Teaching in European Higher Education, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Deroey, K. (18 April 2013). Educational cooperation with Vietnam: English language and cultural considerations [Paper presentation]. Interactive workshop: Roads to a successful and sustainable collaboration with Vietnam, Ghent, Belgium.

Deroey, K. (2013). Relevance marking in lectures: a corpus-based study [Doctoral thesis, UGent - Universiteit Gent]. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/17325

Deroey, K. (2013). Marking importance in lectures: Interactive and textual orientation. Applied Linguistics. doi:10.1093/applin/amt029
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Deroey, K. (30 May 2012). Relevance markers in lectures [Paper presentation]. International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K., & Taverniers, M. (2012). ‘Just remember this’: Lexicogrammatical relevance markers in lectures. English for Specific Purposes, 31 (4), 221-233. doi:10.1016/j.esp.2012.05.001
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Deroey, K., & Taverniers, M. (2012). ‘Ignore that ‘cause it’s totally irrelevant’: Marking lesser relevance in lectures. Journal of Pragmatics, 44 (14), 2085-2099. doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2012.10.001
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Deroey, K. (2012). What they highlight is ...: The discourse functions of basic wh-clefts in lectures. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 11 (2), 112-124. doi:10.1016/j.jeap.2011.10.002
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Deroey, K. (19 July 2011). The important point is: highlighting information in lectures [Paper presentation]. Corpus Linguistics, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (24 June 2011). The important point is: highlighting information in lectures [Paper presentation]. CERLIS, Bergamo, Italy.

Deroey, K. (12 April 2011). Ignore that 'cause it's totally irrelevant: marking less important information in lectures [Paper presentation]. Katrien DEROEY, Portsmouth, United Kingdom.

De Boom, L., & Deroey, K. (2011). Academic English: Writing a research article: (Bioscience) engineering. Gent, Unknown/unspecified: Academia Press.

Deroey, K. (2011). Academic English: Writing a research article: Life sciences and medicine. Gent, Unknown/unspecified: Academia Press.

Deroey, K., & Taverniers, M. (2011). A corpus-based study of lecture functions. Moderna Språk, 105 (2), 1–22.
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Deroey, K. (18 June 2010). The important point is: highlighting information in lectures [Paper presentation]. Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (September 2009). The important thing is: marking relevance in lectures [Paper presentation]. British Association for Applied Linguistics, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (July 2009). What they highlight is: the discourse functions of basic wh-clefts in lectures [Paper presentation]. Corpus Linguistics Conference, Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (May 2009). Corpus-informed EAP course design: a study of lecture functions [Paper presentation]. International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (22 November 2008). Corpus-informed EAP syllabus design: a study of lecture functions [Paper presentation]. Belgian Association of Anglicists in Higher Education, Namur, Belgium.

Deroey, K. (September 2008). A qualitative corpus-based study of lecture functions [Paper presentation]. British Association for Applied Linguistics, Swansea, United Kingdom.

Deroey, K. (2007). Douglas Biber. University language: A corpus-based study of spoken and written registers. Applied Linguistics, 28 (4), 624-627. doi:10.1093/applin/amm039
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Deroey, K. (2004). The speech and language therapist’s role in differential diagnosis [Bachelor/master dissertation, Newcastle University]. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/19780

Deroey, K. (1998). Extraposition of gerundial and infinitival subject: Factors and figures. Studia Germanica Gandensia, 44, 83-104.
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Deroey, K. (1995). Rhoticity and related sound changes in British English from 1700 to the present day [Bachelor/master dissertation, Newcastle University]. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/19781

Deroey, K. (1994). The gerund and the infinitive: A contrastive study of their functions within the sentence [Bachelor/master dissertation, UGent - Universiteit Gent]. ORBilu-University of Luxembourg. https://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/19782

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