Assistant Professor at the Higher Institute of Humanities in Tunis (ISSHT), University of Tunis El Manar. She graduated from the University of Reading, UK in 2007. She is a sociolinguist specialised in bi/multilingualism and code-switching. Her teaching interests also include psycholinguistics, semantics, pragmatics, intercultural communication, communication skills and TEYL. She was a quality project leader at her University between 2012 and 2015. She is a co-founder of Tunisia TESOL and head of program’s committee. She published in International Journals and participated in different conferences in Tunisia and abroad.
Associate Professor of English and Applied Linguistics at the University of Manouba’s Faculty of Letters, Arts and Humanities and the current President of Tunisia TESOL. She teaches graduate courses and directs research in Applied Linguistics, Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Digital Pedagogy in general. She is former head of the English department at FLM and been course leader of the MA in English Didactics at ISEFC (2013-2016) and the Agrégation in English (from 2011-present). She serves as examiner/reader on doctoral committees in University of Manouba, High Institute of Languages, Tunis and the University of Sfax. Her research interests include various aspects of Instructed Second Language Acquisition (ISLA), and mainly, computer-supported learning/teaching and teacher technology learning. She has published various research articles, book chapters, and book reviews. She is a reviewer for the European Journal of E-Learning (EJEL) and member of the Laboratory in Discourse Analysis, Sfax and the Tunisian Association of Linguistics (ATL), based in Manouba University.
Asma Maaoui is an Assistant Professor of Applied Linguistics (English) at the University of Tunis (Higher Institute of Applied Studies in Humanities). She holds a PhD in Applied Linguistics (Language Testing). She is past president of Tunisia TESOL. Her main research interests include language assessment, reading comprehension teaching and assessment, English for Business Purposes, technology-based instruction and assessment, self-regulated learning and test-taker strategies.
Assistant Professor of English and Applied Linguistics at ISLA Moknine, University of Monastir, Tunisia. She holds a PhD in applied linguistics from the University of Reading, UK. Her research interests include ESP/EAP teaching and academic discourse. She published a book and articles in international journals on metadiscourse and teaching through corpora. She participated in different conferences in Tunisia and abroad. Her teaching interests also include psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, discourse analysis, business communication skills, ESP/EAP, TEFL and TEYL. She has been head of Languages and English Departments since 2017. She has been a BOD member of Tunisia TESOL since 2013.
a permanent Senior EFL/ESP teacher at the Higher Institute of Languages of Tunis (ISLT) and a practitioner in the field of English Language Teaching for more than 20 years. She pursued her undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Letters, Arts and Humanities of Manouba and her Postgraduate studies in Applied Linguistics at ISLT. She has an MA in English Didactics. She investigated the role of attitudinal intonation explicit instruction on the development of listening comprehension on Tunisian EFL learners. Her interests cover TEFL, Applied Linguistics, Pragmatics and Sociolinguistics. She has been teaching among other subjects: Communication Skills, Phonology and morphology, Structure of English, Syntax, Advertising, Practical skills and Soft skills. She joined Tunisia TESOL since its creation and has become an active member ever since. She exercises the function of Tunisia TESOL Treasurer.
ESP teacher in ISCAE La Manouba since 2011. I have a teaching experience of more than 10 years. I taught in ISEAHG, in Gafsa from 2007 to 2011.
At present I am working on completing my master degree in TESOL. I am interested in TEFL, and more specifically in ESP teaching, curriculum and pedagogy.
holds a PhD in Applied Linguistics from the Higher Institute of Languages at Tunis. He is currently a Teaching Assistant and Head of the English Department at ISEAH Kef, University of Jendouba. He was a former Teacher at the Military Academy, University of Tunis, University of Carthage and a researcher and Project manager at the Regional Institute for Informatics and Telecommunications. His research areas include motivation, WTC, group dynamics, emotional intelligence and anxiety. He is also TAYR Quarterly editorial board member founding member, TAYR founding member, association Investment Development and Jendouba 2050.
Associate Professor and researcher at the Faculty of Letters, Arts and Humanities, University of Manouba, Tunisia. She holds a PhD degree in English language and linguistics. Her research interests and publications revolve around second language phonological acquisition, comparative linguistics, and pronunciation teaching.