Eleni Tsiartsioni

tsiartsioni@enl.auth.gr, eltsiartsioni@hotmail.com

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Eleni Tsiartsioni holds a PhD in Linguistics from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, an MPhil in Applied Linguistics from the University of Dublin, Trinity College, and a BA in English Language and literature from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (awarded with distinction). The title of her PhD thesis is ‘The acquisition of speech rhythm and stop voicing by Greek learners of English: a pedagogical and linguistic approach’ and her research interests include second and foreign language phonological acquisition, acoustic analyses of speech production and pronunciation teaching methodology. She has taught the course ‘Language Mastery I’ at the School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and she currently works as a teacher of English in secondary education. She has worked as an oral examiner of English language for the National Foreign Language Exams (KPG) and as a teacher trainer for the State School Teacher Training Programmes (PEK). She participates as a research assistant in the research project VOCALECT (vowels of Greek dialects: phonetic and phonological analysis, dialect index construction and diffusion of results through educational material, Greek Ministry of Education Grant).

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