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Name: Ellen  Louise  Grote
Institution: Edith Cowan University
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: Western Australia
Australia   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Sociolinguistics
Forensic Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: Grote, E. (in press). Tell me the goss: Urban Indigenous girls (re)constructing norms, values and identities through email at school.
Malcolm, I.G. & Grote, E. (forthcoming). Aboriginal English: Restructured Variety for Cultural Maintenance. In Leitner, G. & Malcolm, I. G. (Eds.) The Language Habitat of Aboriginal Australia. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Grote, E. (2004). An Ethnography of Writing: The Writing Practices of Female Australian Indigenous Adolescents at School. Unpublished doctoral thesis, Applied Linguistics, Edith Cowan University.
Malcolm, I.G., Grote, E., Eggington, L., & Sharifian, F. (2003). The Representation of Aboriginal English in School Literacy Materials. (AIATSIS Project No. G2001/6487). Mount Lawley, WA: Centre for Applied Language and Literacy Research, Edith Cowan University.
Grote, E. (2002). Two-way learning and two kinds of power. In Department of Education, WA. Ways of Being, Ways of Talk. (pp. 125-138). [Book and video resource materials]. East Perth, WA: Department of Education, Western Australia.
Malcolm, I.G., Konigsberg, P., Collard, G., Hill, A., Grote, E., Sharifian, F. Kickett, A., & Sahanna, E. (2002). Umob Deadly: Recognized and Unrecognized Literacy Skills of Aboriginal Youth. Mount Lawley, WA: Centre for Applied Language and Literacy Research, Institute of the Service Professions, Edith Cowan University.
Grote, E. (1999). Teaching cross-cultural capability in the ESL/EFL classroom: An annotated bibliography. In Gebhard, J. G., Graber, E., Grote, E., Miller, P., Thongrin, S., & Rodriguez, Communication and Culture: Five annotated bibliographies. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 432911)
Grote, E. (1994). Learner participation in multilevel-class activities: A study examining intrinsic and extrinsic variables affecting ESL student participation in multilevel-class activities. In Year in Review: Reports of Research Conducted by Adult Education Practitioner-Researchers. Vol.3: 1993-1994 (ERIC Documentation Reproduction Service No. ED 355 302).
Courses Taught: Introduction to Language
English as a Second/Foreign Language
English for Business Purposes
Reviewer of: Applied Linguistics: Lillis (2001) (LL Issue 12.2867)



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