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Ashton-Hay, Sally (2005) Drama: Engaging all Learning Styles. In 9th International INGED (Turkish English Education Association) Conference, 20 - 22 October, 2005, Economics and Technical University, Ankara Turkey.
Ashton-Hay, Sally (1996) A Study of Patterns of Participation of Arnhem Land Aboriginal Students in a Non-Aboriginal Urban Secondary School. TESOL in Context, 6(2), pp. 26-32.
Ashton-Hay, Sally (2004) Teaching English Poetry to Turkish Undergraduates: Comprehension Strategies Matter. In Bilkent University 9th International English Language Teaching Conference, "Challenge in Learning: Helping Learners Realise Their Full Potential", March 4-6, 2004, Ankara, Turkey.
Ashton-Hay, Sally & McKay, Penelope A. (1997) Patterns of Participation in Classroom Learning. In McKay, Penelope A. (Ed.) Four Queensland ESL Cast Studies. Language Australia Child/ESL Literacy Research Network-Queensland Node, pp. 4-53.
Ashton-Hay, Sally (2009) EAP essentials : a teacher's guide to principles and practice. TESOL in Context, 19(2), pp. 67-69.
Dixon, R.M.W , Moore, Bruce, Ramson, W.S, & Thomas, Mandy (2006) Australian Aboriginal words in English : their origin and meaning [Second edition]. Oxford University Press, South Mebourne, Australia.
Dixon, Robert M.W., Ransom, William S., & Thomas, Mandy (1990) Australian Aboriginal Words in English : their Origin and Meaning [First edition]. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC.
Healy, Annah H. (2008) Expanding student capacities: Learning by design pedagogy. In Healy, Annah H. (Ed.) Multiliteracies and diversity in education: New pedagogies for expanding landscapes. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, pp. 2-29.
Mills, Kathy A. (2007) Access to multiliteracies: A critical ethnography. Ethnography and Education, 2(3), pp. 305-325.
Mills, Kathy A. (2006) Critical Framing in a Pedagogy of Multiliteracies. In Rennie, J (Ed.) Voices, Vibes, Visions: Hearing the Voices, Feeling the Vibes, Capturing the Visions, Aust. Assoc. for Teaching English/Australian Literacy Educator's Association, Darwin.
Mills, Kathy A. (2005) Deconstructing binary oppositions in literacy discourse and pedagogy. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 28(1), pp. 67-82.
Mills, Kathy A. (2006) 'Mr. Travelling-at-will Ted Doyle' : Discourses in a multiliteracies classroom. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 29(2), pp. 132-149.
Mills, Kathy A. (2009) Multiliteracies : interrogating competing discourses. Language and Education: An International Journal, 23(2), pp. 103-116.
Mills, Kathy A. (2008) Multiliteracies and a Metalanguage for the Moving Image: Multimodal Analysis of a Claymation Movie. In AARE 2008 International Educational Research Conference Website, Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE), Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
Mills, Kathy A. (2005) Multiliteracies: Remnant Discourses and Pedagogies. In AATE/ALEA National Conference 2005, 1st-4th July, 2005, Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Broadbeach.
Mills, Kathy A. (2008) The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Readers. In Stories, Places, Spaces: Literacy and Identity, National conference by the Australian Literacy Educators' Association (ALEA) and Australian Association for the Teaching of English, July 6th-9th, 2008, Adelaide, SA.
Mills, Kathy A. (2008) Transformed Practice in a Pedagogy of Multiliteracies. Pedagogies : An International Journal, 3(2), pp. 109-128.
Sarigul, Ece & Ashton-Hay, Sally (2005) Culture and English Language Teaching: Raising Awareness. In 9th International INGED (Turkish English Education Association) Conference "New Horizons in ELT", 2- - 22 October, 2005, Economics and Technical University, Ankara Turkey.