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Shelick García-Galván  Distance Modern Languages PhD Researcher

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Hi, I'm Shelick García-Galván and I studied Distance Modern Languages PhD Researcher within Humanities Graduate School at the University of Southampton.

Shelick García-Galván is a full-time international postgraduate research student in Modern Languages. She completed a bachelor’s degree in Interpreting in the Institute for Interpreters and Translators (ISIT) in Mexico. A few years later she studied a Masters in Applied Linguistics in the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM). In the same institution she completed studies to become a teacher of Spanish for speakers of other languages. Since 2001 she has worked as an English Teacher for different public institutions in Mexico, such as the Autonomous Metropolitan University (UAM) campus Iztapalapa, the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM), and the National University for Educational Studies (UPN) Campus Ajusco, where she is currently a tenured professor. Her interests are on ICTs and materials development and evaluation from a critical stance. Since 2013 she has under the supervision of Dr. Karin Zotzmann developing a project on the social sepresentations in ELT textbooks from a critical discourse perspective.

segg1y12@soton.ac.uk

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