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Ferrer, R., Empinado, J., Calico, E.M., & Floro, J.Y. (2016).Standard and nonstandard lexicon in Aviation English: A corpus linguistic study. The 31st Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation. PACLIC 31. Cebu, Philippines. Retrieved from http://paclic31.national-u.edu.ph/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/PACLIC_31_paper_111.pdf
Cutting, J. (2018). Airport English. In L. Woodrow (Ed.). Introducing course design in English for Specific Purposes. Abingdon: Routledge.
Karimi, P., Lotfi, A.R., Biria, R. (2017). Efficacy of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) pedagogical techniques in improving aviation students’ engagement in attaining specific learning outcomes. The Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes, 5 (4), 781-791.
New article available in Portuguese only:
Farina, R., & Rossini, T. (2017, October). As linguagens verbal e não verbal na atividade aérea: Uma análise semiótica do livro Flightpath [Verbal and non-verbal languages in Aviation: a semiotic analysis of Flightpath]. Proceedings from the X EPCC, Maringá, PR, Brazil. Retrieved from https://proceedings.galoa.com.br/epcc/trabalhos/as-linguagens-verbal-e-nao-verbal-na-atividade-aerea-uma-analise-semiotica-do-livro-flightpath.
Terenzi, D., & Oliveira, S.M. (2016). Inglês para aviação: Guia de estudos da língua inglesa para estudantes e profissionais da área de manutenção de aeronaves. [English for aviation: Study guide for English language students and professionals in the field of aircraft maintenance.] Curitiba: Editora CRV.
The English for Specific Purposes Interest Section of the TESOL International Association has just published a newsletter dedicated to Aviation English, with articles by Elizabeth Mathews, Jennifer Roberts, and Kevin Knight. You can find the articles here:
Mathews, E. (2017). The state of Aviation English. ESP-IS Newsletter, October 2017. Retrieved from http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolespis/issues/2017-09-26/3.html.
Roberts, J. (2017). Responding to the unique needs of Aviation English students. ESP-IS Newsletter, October 2017. Retrieved from http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolespis/issues/2017-09-26/4.html.
Knight, K. (2017). Exploring communication in an account of an airline captain’s leadership performance. ESP-IS Newsletter, October 2017. Retrieved from http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolespis/issues/2017-09-26/5.html.
About two or three weeks ago, Neil Burrock sent me his updated bibliography, with new links and even texts I hadn’t put on the list previously. Thank you for that, Neil! Here are the references:
- Bullock, N. (2015). Wider considerations in teaching speaking of English in the context of aeronautical communications. IATEFL ESPSIG Journal, 45, 4-11.
- Bullock, N. (2015). Defining meaningful material for the teaching of English for
aeronautical communications. In A. Borowska & A. Enright, A. (Eds.) Changing
perspectives on Aviation English training. Warsaw : Uniwersytet Warszawski.
- Bullock, N. (2016). Assessment literacy in ESP: The case of aviation English.
IATEFL Testing Evaluation and Assessment SIG Workshop (Aigle). October 29
- Bullock, N. (2017). Learning and testing alignment: Towards positive washback. International Civil Aviation English Association Workshop (ICAEA), 17.
- Bullock, N. (2017). A re-evaluation of washback for learning and testing language in aeronautical communications. International Civil Aviation English Association Workshop (ICAEA), 19.
- Bullock, N., & Kay, M. (2017). Reviewing 10+ years of the ICAO LPRs. International Civil Aviation English Association Workshop (ICAEA), 8.
Today I also found this article from Indonesia:
Cahyani, A.P., & Drajati, N.A. (2017). English communication problems and needs from social engagement perspective as experienced by airport passenger-handlers. English Education: Jurnal Tadris Bahasa Inggris, 10 (2), 179-193.
If you have written or come across an article that is not on this list or is incorrectly referenced/linked, please just drop me a line. I’ll be more than happy to edit it, so everybody has access to it. =)