Mr. Dan Burge
Lecturer II, 语文中心
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Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Lancaster University,
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Tourism Management (The University of Wales, U.K.)
Grammar Acquisition; L1 usage in an L2 classroom; Public Speaking; Curriculum
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 +
Taught previously at:
The University of Macau
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
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.
Working on a paper entitled “Curriculum development with a student helper for a credit-