Research Interests:• Modern Foreign Languages: Teaching and Learning• Language Acquisition and Memory• Linguistic Competence• Assessment• Student Motivation and Involvement
Peer refereed journalsLlewellyn-Williams, J. and Roberts, G. (2011) ‘Confidence, Competence and Creativity: using online presentations’. CALL Review, Journal of the Learning Technologies Special Interest Group of IATEFL, Winter 2011
Llewellyn-Williams, J. (2012) ‘In Search of Lost Language: A Study into the reactivation of lapsed language skills.’ Apples: Journal of Applied Linguistics. Vol.6 (2), pp.61-73.
Stevens, M.F. and Llewellyn-Williams, J. (2012) ‘Can independence be taught? Tutor support and student teacher ownership of learning.’ Cardiff School of Education Research Papers, Volume 6.
Winfield, M. and Llewellyn-Williams, J. (2012) ‘The Clywch Report - effects on the working conditions and practices of drama teachers in secondary schools in south Wales’ Cardiff School of Education Research Papers, Volume 6.
Llewellyn-Williams, J. (2014) ‘Reactivation of Lapsed Languages in the Context of Modern Foreign Languages Teacher Education’ Language Learning Journal. Vol.42 (1), pp.103-116.
Books/ book chaptersLlewellyn-Williams, J. (2013) ‘Managing Learners’ Needs – policy, research and practice’ in Driscoll, P., Macaro, E. and Swarbrick, A. (eds.) Language Learning: research, policy and practice. London: Routledge.Conference papersLlewellyn-Williams, J. (2005) ‘Undergraduate Language Programmes: A Personal Perspective.’ Navigating the New Languages Landscape Conference. University of London, 30 June, 2004. Available on
http://www.llas.ac.uk/resources/paper/2268Llewellyn-Williams, J. (2009) ‘Reactivating Lapsed Language Skills – an Exploration of Language Memory.’ Languages in Higher Education Conference: Transitions and Connections. University of York, 8-9 July, 2008. Available on
http://www.llas.ac.uk/resources/paper/3228Llewellyn-Williams, J. (2009) ‘Use it or Lose it: Retrieving Lost Language Skills from the Dusty Corners of Memory. 41st Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics. University of Swansea, 11-13 September 2008. Available on
http://www.baal.org.uk/proc08/williams.pdfLlewellyn-Williams, J. (2010) ‘Going, Going, Gone. A Study of Language Memory.’ Applied Linguistics, Global and Local: 43rd Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics. University of Aberdeen, 9-11 September 2010. London: Scitsiugnil Press, pp.183-188. Available on
Llewellyn-Williams, J. (2011) ‘In Search of Lost Language: A Study into the reactivation of lapsed language skills.’ International Conference and 29th Summer School of Applied Language Studies. University of Jyväskylä, Finland, 6-9 June, 2011.
Llewellyn-Williams, J. (2012) Trying Times: Trainee Teachers and the Quest for Optimum Subject Knowledge. 9-11 July. International Conference of the Association of Language Awareness, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Llewellyn-Williams, J. and Laugharne, J. (2013) Triple Literacy: benefit or befuddlement? A study of the experiences of trainee language teachers in a Welsh language context. Opening New Lines of Communication in Applied Linguistics: 46th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics. Herriot Watt Edinburgh, 5-7 September 2013.