Rutthaphak Huttayavilaiphan

Rutthaphak Huttayavilaiphan
University of Phayao · Department of English

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Rutthaphak Huttayavilaiphan is a lecture of English language at University of Phayao, Thailand. He received his BA in English at Naresuan University and MA in English at University of Phayao. Recently, in 2019, he finished his PhD in Applied Linguistics for English Language Teaching at University of Southampton, United Kingdom, and his PhD thesis concerned beliefs about ELT of Thai university teachers and their awareness of Global Englishes. Rutthaphak’s research interests are related with English as a lingua franca, World Englishes, teachers’ beliefs, and teacher education.

Publications

Publications (4)
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During this COVID-19 pandemic, no one can deny the value of online communication. It has saved our lives by preventing us from going outdoors and becoming infected, while also facilitating achievement of various personal and professional goals. Online communication can also assist us with our academic goals, whether it is used to communicate with s...
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Currently, the role of English language has changed from being a language used among native English speakers (NESs) to being a language spoken by people of various backgrounds or known as English as a lingua franca (ELF). This phenomenon has affected different aspects of global English usage and users across the world. However, in Thailand, this is...
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This study investigates how Thai university students believe about English language teaching and learning and to what extent they are aware of English variation or Global Englishes (GE). The participants are 13 senior English-major students who studied at a public university in northern Thailand in the academic year 2019. As the main research tool,...
Thesis
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Teachers’ beliefs are an important concept perceived among a variety of fields in the educational system. Particularly to the field of teacher education and behavioural study, this concept is generally linked with teachers’ teaching behaviours and practices in classrooms given their influences on each other. This study aims to contribute to previou...

Projects

Projects (2)
Archived project
To implement students' answers (pre- and post-confrontation with real situations of using English outside classrooms) into the curriculum which tends to focus more on NESs' model than ELF.
Project
- To explore levels of ELF-awareness of Thai pre-service teachers of English language - To study the impact of the ELF-Aware Teacher Education (ELF-TEd) on Thai pre-service teachers’ teaching practices and attitudes