Sharon Hartle is an associate professor in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at Verona University.Sharon Hartle

Sharon Hartle is an associate professor in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at Verona University. She is specialized in English Language teaching (ELT) pedagogy and didactics and works specifically in the field of English for Specific Purposes (ESP). She has worked for some years in the field of e-learning and specializes in multimedia material development for ELT in Blended Learning contexts. Her research interests also extend to include English Language Assessment and English Medium Instruction (EMI), and she has developed a lifelong interest in language, discourse and translation.

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    • di Sharon Hartle This book is intended as a companion in the true sense of the work to those interested in an introduction to the broad fields of discourse analysis and translation. The book contains eight chapters that explore various aspects of language, how to analyse it and also how to approach its translation. Each chapter contains input on a…
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    • di Sharon Hartle Contemporary English Language Teaching is going through a period of change. This is just as true of university language teaching as it is of teaching in other contexts. By looking at language and learning theories alongside the development of both applied linguistics and language teaching in the twentieth century, a clear progression can be seen as one…
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