Saifa Haque
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saifa.haque@ewubd.edu

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Ms. Saifa Haque

Senior Lecturer
Department of English

Saifa Haque is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of English from 2017. She was a lecturer in the same department from 2015 to 2016 before receiving A. S. Hornby Educational Trust scholarship for her MA in ELT at the University of Warwick in 2016. She is a 2018 Rosa Aronson TESOL Professional scholar and a March 2018 e-Moderation scholarship winner. She has presented more than seventeen papers in the national and international conferences. Her articles have been published in the peer-reviewed journals. She worked as a co-editor of The Warwick ELT.

MA in ELT, Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick

MA in Applied Linguistics and ELT, University of Dhaka

BA in English, University of Dhaka

My research interest revolves around the use of ICT in ELT. I am also interested about pre-service and in-service teacher development, focusing particularly on the use of ICT for teaching English.

Journal Publication

  • Haque, S. (2014). Expectation of Tertiary Students of Bangladesh from ELT Classrooms. Journal of NELTA, 19(1-2), 56-64.
  • Haque,S. (2013).Using Cartoons for English Language Teaching in Bangladesh: Progress, Problems and Possibilities. Journal of the Institute of Modern Languages,24,85-94.
  • Haque, S. (2013-14).Composition Courses in Private Universities of Bangladesh: Expectation and Reality.Stamford Journal of English, 8, 81-93.

Conference & Seminars

  • Haque, S. (2017). To blend or not to blend. Paper presented at the National conference of BELTA, Daffodil International University, Dhaka.
  • Haque, S. (2017). Factors influencing English language teacher motivation. Paper presented at the 51st IATEFL Conference, Glasgow, UK.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Teaching English in difficult circumstances: A Bangladeshi scenario. Paper presented at the 21st International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur, Nepal.
  • Haque, S. & Shanta, S. (2016). Empowering ELT Teachers of Bangladesh through Digital Platform. Paper presented at the national conferencetitled Empowering the English Language Teacher, BELTA, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Shakespeare in ELT: What Do the Students Say? Paper presented at the national conference on Shakespeare titled Shakespeare: Larger than Life, Hamdard University Bangladesh, Narayanganj, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Learner Autonomy in ELT: The Case of Bangladesh. Paper presented at the international conference titled The River:Flows of Innovation and Exchange in the Global(i)zed English World, North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Blended Learning in ELT: A Bangladeshi Scenario. Paper presented at the 4th international conference titled English Studies and the Marketplace, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2015). Storytelling in the ELT Classroom for Oral Proficiency. Paper presented at the International Conference titled Diasporas and Diversities: Teaching English in a Changing World, Independent University, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2015). Attitudes and Motivation of Bangladeshi Tertiary Students towards Learning English. Paper presented at the International Conference on Language, Literature and Community, ULAB, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2015). Expectations of Tertiary Students from ELT Classrooms. Paper presented at the 7th BELTA International Conference, NAEM, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Using World War Literature as ELT Material in Tertiary Language Classroom. Paper presented at the International Conference on The Great War and English Studies, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Use of Technology by the Tertiary Teachers for ELT in Bangladesh. Paper presented at the 2nd International ELT Conference, ULAB, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Continuous Professional Development of the ELT Teachers of Bangladesh. Paper presented at the National ELT Conference of Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Have You Ever Thought What We Want? Paper presented at the 19th International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur, Nepal.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Formative Assessment in Large Classrooms. Paper presented at the 19th International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur, Nepal.

Other

  • Haque, S. (In press). Factors influencing English language teacher motivation. In the 50th IATEFL Conference selections. Kent: UK.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Teaching English in difficult circumstances: A Bangladeshi scenario. In the NELTA Conference Proceedings 2016. Kathmandu: Nepal.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Formative assessment in large classes. In the NELTA Conference Proceedings 2014. Kathmandu: Nepal.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Have you ever thought what we want? In the  NELTA Conference Proceedings 2014. Kathmandu: Nepal.
+ Academic Background

Saifa Haque is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of English from 2017. She was a lecturer in the same department from 2015 to 2016 before receiving A. S. Hornby Educational Trust scholarship for her MA in ELT at the University of Warwick in 2016. She is a 2018 Rosa Aronson TESOL Professional scholar and a March 2018 e-Moderation scholarship winner. She has presented more than seventeen papers in the national and international conferences. Her articles have been published in the peer-reviewed journals. She worked as a co-editor of The Warwick ELT.

+ Professional Experience

MA in ELT, Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick

MA in Applied Linguistics and ELT, University of Dhaka

BA in English, University of Dhaka

+ Research Interest

My research interest revolves around the use of ICT in ELT. I am also interested about pre-service and in-service teacher development, focusing particularly on the use of ICT for teaching English.

+ Selected Publications

Journal Publication

  • Haque, S. (2014). Expectation of Tertiary Students of Bangladesh from ELT Classrooms. Journal of NELTA, 19(1-2), 56-64.
  • Haque,S. (2013).Using Cartoons for English Language Teaching in Bangladesh: Progress, Problems and Possibilities. Journal of the Institute of Modern Languages,24,85-94.
  • Haque, S. (2013-14).Composition Courses in Private Universities of Bangladesh: Expectation and Reality.Stamford Journal of English, 8, 81-93.

Conference & Seminars

  • Haque, S. (2017). To blend or not to blend. Paper presented at the National conference of BELTA, Daffodil International University, Dhaka.
  • Haque, S. (2017). Factors influencing English language teacher motivation. Paper presented at the 51st IATEFL Conference, Glasgow, UK.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Teaching English in difficult circumstances: A Bangladeshi scenario. Paper presented at the 21st International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur, Nepal.
  • Haque, S. & Shanta, S. (2016). Empowering ELT Teachers of Bangladesh through Digital Platform. Paper presented at the national conferencetitled Empowering the English Language Teacher, BELTA, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Shakespeare in ELT: What Do the Students Say? Paper presented at the national conference on Shakespeare titled Shakespeare: Larger than Life, Hamdard University Bangladesh, Narayanganj, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Learner Autonomy in ELT: The Case of Bangladesh. Paper presented at the international conference titled The River:Flows of Innovation and Exchange in the Global(i)zed English World, North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Blended Learning in ELT: A Bangladeshi Scenario. Paper presented at the 4th international conference titled English Studies and the Marketplace, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2015). Storytelling in the ELT Classroom for Oral Proficiency. Paper presented at the International Conference titled Diasporas and Diversities: Teaching English in a Changing World, Independent University, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2015). Attitudes and Motivation of Bangladeshi Tertiary Students towards Learning English. Paper presented at the International Conference on Language, Literature and Community, ULAB, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2015). Expectations of Tertiary Students from ELT Classrooms. Paper presented at the 7th BELTA International Conference, NAEM, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Using World War Literature as ELT Material in Tertiary Language Classroom. Paper presented at the International Conference on The Great War and English Studies, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Use of Technology by the Tertiary Teachers for ELT in Bangladesh. Paper presented at the 2nd International ELT Conference, ULAB, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Continuous Professional Development of the ELT Teachers of Bangladesh. Paper presented at the National ELT Conference of Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Have You Ever Thought What We Want? Paper presented at the 19th International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur, Nepal.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Formative Assessment in Large Classrooms. Paper presented at the 19th International Conference of NELTA, Lalitpur, Nepal.

Other

  • Haque, S. (In press). Factors influencing English language teacher motivation. In the 50th IATEFL Conference selections. Kent: UK.
  • Haque, S. (2016). Teaching English in difficult circumstances: A Bangladeshi scenario. In the NELTA Conference Proceedings 2016. Kathmandu: Nepal.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Formative assessment in large classes. In the NELTA Conference Proceedings 2014. Kathmandu: Nepal.
  • Haque, S. (2014). Have you ever thought what we want? In the  NELTA Conference Proceedings 2014. Kathmandu: Nepal.