Recorded Talks

I have given a number of talks on varied topics around the world, some of which were recorded. Here is a collection of my recorded talks.

My invited talk at Lancaster University’s CASS talk series in November, 2022

Cite as: Curry, N. (2022) Corpus-based contrastive discourse analysis of parascientific texts on climate change, Lancaster University, November 29

My talk on Life Skills for TESOL in October 2021

Cite as: Curry, N. (2022) How to integrate life skills into your English language teaching, International House Conference, October 26

My talk at the Cambridge Insights on Demand in May 2021

Cite as: Curry, N. (2022) Corpus Linguistics: What is it and how can it help with English Language Teaching and Learning, Cambridge University Press, May 18

My talk on Write & Improve at BALEAP in April 2021

Cite as: Curry, N. (2021) Investigating the use of Write & Improve for developing written language and writing skills, BALEAP University of Glasgow, April 6

My invited talk at Lancaster University’s UCREL Corpus Research Series in March, 2021

Cite as: Curry, N. (2021) Corpus-based contrastive analysis and reader engagement in academic writing: methodological and analytical perspectives, Lancaster University, March 4

My Keynote at the University of Galați international conferernce, Across Cultures: Intercultural Communication in a Borderless World 2020

Cite as: Curry, N. (2020) Developing Learners as Global Citizens: Embracing Distance Learning in Language Education, University of Galați, Nov 27

My talk at JAECS 2020

Cite as: Curry, N., Love, R. & Goodman (2020) Curry, N., Love, R., & Goodman, O. (2020). Investigating publisher application of corpus research on recent language change to ELT coursebook development. Japan Association for English Corpus Studies (JAECS) 46th Annual Conference (online). Waseda University, Japan. October 2020.

My talk at the Coventry University Faculty of Arts and Humanities Seminar Series October 2020

Cite as: Curry, N. (2020) Question illocutionary force indicating devices in academic writing, Coventry University, Oct 7

My talk at TaLC 2020

Cite as: Curry, N. (2020) Using contrastive linguistics and learner corpus research to inform the teaching of academic metadiscourse: a corpus-based study of target, first, and learner language corpora, TALC 2020, University of Perpignan, July 15-18

My talk at the Brazil Cambridge Day 2020

Cite as: Curry, N. (2020) Addressing a unique language learning challenge: language learning anxieties and virtual classrooms, Cambridge Day Brazil, Cambridge University Press, July 23

My talk at the Cambridge at Home Experience 2020

Cite as: Curry, N. (2020) Speaking to the screen: overcoming challenges in developing conversation skills in virtual contexts, Cambridge at Home, Cambridge University Press, May 15

My plenary at DCAD 2020

You can find the video of my plenary talk here.

Cite as: Curry, N. (2020) Writing a PhD: Reflections on a complex process, DCAD Conference, Coventry University, March 24

My talk on teaching grammar at Cambidge, 2019

Cite as: Curry, N. & Dembry, C. (2019) Getting your Head around Grammar, FacebookLive Cambridge University Press, University of Cambridge, August 7.

My talk on rhetoric in academic writing at Cambridge, 2018

Cite as: Curry, N. (2018) Rhetorical Readers in Academic Writing: A Corpus-based Contrastive Analysis of Reader Engagement in English, French and Spanish, Cambridge Academic Online Conference, University of Cambridge, November 2.

My talk on helping learners organise their thoughts at Cambridge, 2018

Cite as: Curry, N. & Clark, T. (2018) ‘I don’t know what to say’ – helping your learners organize their thoughts, Cambridge Assessment English, University of Cambridge, October 15.

My talk on developing speaking skills at Cambridge, 2018

Cite as: Curry, N. (2018) Developing Speaking Skills in the ELT Classroom, Better Learning Leadership Network[webinar], University of Cambridge, September 18.

My talk on exam preparation at Better Learning, 2018

Cite as: Curry, N. & Clark, T. (2018) Best Practices for Exam Preparation: Focusing on the Human Learner, Better Learning Conference 2018, University of Cambridge, June 25.