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Dan Burge

Mr. Dan Burge

Lecturer II, Language Centre

Phone number3411 7040
Email addressdanburge@hkbu.edu.hk  
ORCID number 

 

Degree(s):

Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Lancaster University, 
U.K.) 
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Tourism Management (The University of Wales, U.K.) 

Research area(s):

Grammar Acquisition; L1 usage in an L2 classroom; Public Speaking; Curriculum 
Development 

Teaching area(s):

Credit bearing courses 
 University English 1 (GCLA1008) 
 University English 2 (GCLA1009) 
 Comprehension of Modern Spoken English: Culture and Context (LANG2046) 
Non-credit bearing courses 
 Speaking Enhancement Service (SES) 
 Writing Enhancement Service (WES) 
 English Grammar (SUPE2260) 
 Improving your Speaking (SUPE0050) 
 Intensive IELTS preparation course: Speaking (SUPE2242) 
 Intensive IELTS preparation courses: Speaking and Listening (SUPE2240 + 
SUPE2241) 

Taught previously at:

The University of Macau

Selected output(s):

Conference Presentations 
 Burge, D. J. (2019). Presented a paper entitled “The Monologue Technique: a 
Pedagogical Tool for Fluency Performance in a University English Speaking 
Competition”. Presentation at the Chinese University of Hong Kong English 
Language Teaching Unit Conference: Alternative approaches to English Language 
Learning and Teaching, Hong Kong, China. 
 Burge, D.J. (2018). Presented a paper entitled “Comprehending Implied Meaning 
through Culture and Context”. 
Presentation at the Education University of Hong Kong International Conference on 
English Language Education in the Chinese Context, Hong Kong, China.  
 Burge, D.J. (2017). Presented a paper entitled “Comprehension of Implied 
Meaning”. 
Presentation at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University International Conference on 
ESP, new technologies and digital learning, Hong Kong, China. 
 Burge, D.J. (2016). Presented a paper entitled “Intensive Grammar”. 
Presentation at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University 11th ISTETL International 
Symposium on Teaching English at Tertiary Level: Rethinking ELT in Higher 
Education, Hong Kong, China. 
 Burge, D.J. (2015). Presented a paper entitled “Native English Teachers using 
Basic Cantonese in ESL Classrooms”. 
Presentation at the University of Macau ELC English Language Teaching 
International Conference, Macau, China. 

Current project(s):

Working on a paper entitled “Curriculum development with a student helper for a credit-
bearing class”.

Full CV