Associate Professor Sripathum Noom-ura

รองศาสตราจารย์ ศรีปทุม นุ่มอุรา

 

Education

  • M.A. in Applied Linguistics, King Mongkut University of Technology Thonburi
  • B.A. (English) Prince of Songkhla University

Certificates/Training

  • Certificate in Teaching English for Adults (CELTA) St. John’s University, NYC
  • Certificate in Advanced Course in Textbooks and Other Learning Materials: Design, Development and Management, University of London, UK
  • Teaching English as a Second Language (Dip. TESL), Victoria University, NZ

Memberships: Thailand TESOL

Areas of Interest

  • English for Specific Purposes
  • English for Science and Technology
  • English for Engineering
  • Classroom Research
  • Project-Based Approach
  • Self-Directed Learning
  • Professional Development

Office

Language Institute Building, Rangsit Campus

Phone

02-696-6018 / 02-696-6089

Email

sripathum.n@gmail.com

Publications

Research Articles:

  • Noom-ura, S. (2017). Student opinions towards a six-week English programme in the United Kingdom.
  • LEARN Journal: Language Education and Acquisition Research Network. 10(1), 73-92. Metcalfe, J. & Noom-ura, S. (2014). Investigating the communication strategy use of Thai undergraduate students through retrospective verbal reporting techniques. Thai TESOL Journal, 27(1), 44-64.
  • Noom-ura, S. (2013). English-teaching problems in Thailand and Thai teachers’ professional development needs. English Language Teaching, 6(11), 139-147.
  • Metcalfe, J. & Noom-ura, S. (2013). Communication strategy use of high and low proficiency learners of English at a Thai university. LEARN Journal: Language Education and Acquisition Research Network. 6(1), 66-87.
  • Noom-ura, S. (2009). Can a self-access learning center really help language learners?: A study of the achievements of SALC users and non-users in learning an English course. Language Institute Journal. 4, 42-60.
  • Noom-ura, S. (2008). Teaching listening-speaking skills to Thai students with low English proficiency. Asian EFL Journal Conference Proceedings, 10(4), 173-192.
  • Noom-ura, S. (2007). A teaching technique that works: Teaching writing through peer correction, code correction, and rewriting. Proceeding of the 5th International Conference on Developing Real-Life Learning Experiences: Education Reform through Educational Standards. pp.10-18. Faculty of Industrial Education. King Mongkut””s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok.

Research Articles Co-authored with Graduate Students:

  • Krailert, P. & Noom-ura, S. (2016). Vocabulary learning strategies of new employees in the Foreign Supply and Procurement Division at the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT).
  • The 5th LITU International Graduate Conference. 438 -448. Soison, R. & Noom-ura, S. (2016). Students’ opinions toward ‘PLAN’ strategy in reading scientific texts.
  • The 5th LITU International Graduate Conference. 643-658. Yuktiwattanamate, T. & Noom-ura, S. (2016). English self-learning with print media and electronic media of RMUTP undergraduate engineering students. The 5th LITU International Graduate Conference. 791-800.
  • Klinto, S. & Noom-ura, S. (2015). Student expectations of native English-speaking teachers: A survey of Thai students in a secondary school, The 4th LITU International Graduate Conference. 281-291.
  • Kularb, T. & Noom-ura, S. (2015). The effects of a corpus-based teaching approach to improve collocation comprehension of Thai students in a secondary school. The 4th LITU International Graduate Conference. 313-327.
  • Tanviboolaya, L. & Noom-ura, S. (2015). Problems and needs in business English writing skills of employees at Electronics Source Co., Ltd. The 4th LITU International Graduate Conference. 792-803.
  • Yimpensook, H. & Noom-ura, S. (2015). Factors influencing international students on the selection for overseas study at Assumption University, Thailand. The 4th LITU International Graduate Conference. 900-910.

Academic Articles:

  • Noom-ura, S. (2017). Impacts of compressed course format. Foreign Language Learning and Teaching, Special Issue, 133 – 139. Language Institute. Thammasat University. Bangkok.
  • Noom-ura, S. (2013). Project-based learning and ESP: A perfect match. วารสารธรรมศาสตร์. ปีที่ 31 เล่มที่ 3. pp. 33-41.

Academic Work

Research projects:

  • Noom-ura, S.; Sompong, M.; Soontornwipat, K.; Vathakanon, S.; Chaturongakul, P.;Kunwongse, S.; Wonghiransombat, P. (2014 –work in progress). Occupational English skills descriptors (OESD) for eight ASEAN occupations. Office of the Higher Education Commission. Bangkok.
  • Noom-ura, S. (2012). Incorporating a project-based learning in EFL classes at Thammsat University. Language Institute. Thammasat University. Bangkok.
  • Noom-ura, S., Suriyatham, W., & Viriya, C. (2006). Teaching a listening and speaking intensive course to less-able students at a university level. Thailand Research Fund. Bangkok.
  • Noom-ura, S. (2003). A study of the achievements of SALC users and non-users in learning English Course III (EL 172). Language Institute. Thammasat University. Bangkok.

Books / Textbooks:

  • Noom-ura, S. (2007). English for engineering 1. Language Institute. Thammasat University. Bangkok.
  • Noom-ura, S. (2006). NS 606 English for nursing communication. Language Institute. Thammasat University. Bangkok.
  • Noom-ura, S. (2004). Self-access learning material: Grammar and communicative writing. Language Institute. Thammasat University. Bangkok.
  • Noom-ura, S. (1999). 10 how to”s: Ways of improving communication skills for students of science and technology. Language Institute. Thammasat University. Bangkok.

Conference Presentations:

  • Noom-ura, S. (2013). Perspectives on project-based learning from two ESP classes. At The International Academic Conference. Bergen, Norway. (23-26 June 2013).
  • Noom-ura, S. (2013). Incorporating a project-based learning in EFL classes of a Thai university. At The 9th Annual CamTESOL Conference. (23-24 February 2013).
  • Noom-ura, S. (2013). English teaching problems and teachers’ needs for professional development. At The 33rd Annual Thailand TESOL International Conference. (25-26 January, 2013).
  • Noom-ura, S. (2009). Can a self-access learning center really help language learners? At The Independent Learning Association Conference 2009. Hong Kong. (3-5 June, 2009).
  • Noom-ura, S. (2009). Users and non-users of a self-access learning center. At The 5th Annual CamTESOL Conference. (20-22 February, 2009).
  • Noom-ura, S. (2008). Teaching listening-speaking as an intensive course. The 6th Asia TEFL International Conference in Bali, Indonesia (1-3 August, 2008).
  • Noom-ura, S. (2008). Teaching English to less-able students. At TESL Canada 2008 Conference: Uncovering Discourse. Beausejour Hotel, New Brunswick, Canada. (29-31 May, 2008).
  • Noom-ura, S. (2008). Teaching English listening-speaking skills to students with low proficiency. At the 6th Asia TEFL International Conference. Pusan, Korea.(10-13 April, 2008).

Associate Professor Sripathum Noom-ura

Associate Professor Sripathum Noom-ura

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