Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof Viniti Vaish
Associate Professor, National Institute of Education - English Language & Literature
Journal Articles (Central)
Vaish, V. (2014). Whole Language Vs Code Based Skills and Interactional Patterns in Singapore's Early Literacy Program. Cambridge Journal of Education, 44(2), 199-215.

Vaish, V. (2013). Questioning and Oracy in a Read ing Program. Language and Education, 27(6), 526-541.

Vaish, V. (2012). Teacher Beliefs Regarding Bilingualism in an English Medium Reading Program. International Journal Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 15 (1), 53-69.

Vaish, V., & Roslan, M. (2011). 'Crossing' in Singapore. World Englishes, 30(3), 317-331.

Towndrow, P. A., & Vaish, V. (2009). Wireless laptops in English classrooms: A SWOT analysis from Singapore. Educational Media International, 46(3), 207-221.

Hornberger, N. H.& Vaish, V. (2009). Multilingual language policy and school linguistic pract ice: Globalization and English language teaching in India, Singapore and South Africa. Compare, (3), 305-320.

Vaish, V. (2008). Mother Tongues, English and Religion in Singapore. World Englishes, 27 (3-4), 450-464.

Vaish, V. (2008). Interactional patterns in Singapore's English cla ssrooms. Linguistics and Education, 19(4), 366-377.

Vaish, V. (2008). Language Attitudes of Urban Disadvantaged Female Students in New Delhi: An Ethnographic Approach. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 29(3), 198-215.

Vaish, V. (2007). Bilingualism without Digl ossia: The Case of the Indian Community in Singapore. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 10(2), 171-187.

Vaish, V. (2007). Globalization of Language and Culture in Singapore. International Journal of Multilingualism, 4(3), 217-233.

Vaish, V. (2005). A Pe ripherist View of English as a Language of Decolonization in Postcolonial India. Language Policy, 4(2), 187-206.

Books (Central)
Vaish, V. (Ed.). (2010). Globalization of Language and Culture in Asia: The Impact of Globalization Processes on Language (PP. 245). London: Continuum.

Vaish, V. (2008). Biliteracy and Globalization: English Language Education in India (PP. 126). Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Va ish, V., Gopinathan,S. & Liu, Y. (Eds.). (2007). Language, Capital, Culture: Critical Studies of Language and Education in Singapore (PP. 268). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Book Chapters (Central)
Vaish, V. (2015). Translanguaging in Singapore: Discourse in Monolingual Vs. Bilingual Classrooms. In Yiakoumetti, A. (Ed.), Multilingualism and Language in Education: Current Sociolinguistic and Pedagogical Perspectives from Commonwealth Countries(PP. 87-103). Cambridge: Cambridge Universit y Press.

Vaish, V. (2014). Curriculum in Singapore. In Pinar, William F. (Ed.), International Handbook of Curriculum Research(PP. 439-445). London: Routledge.

Vaish, V. (2013). Globalization and Multilingualism: Text types in the Linguistic Ecology of Delhi. In Wee, L., Goh, Robbie B.H. & Lim, L. (Eds.), The Politics of English:South Asia, Southeast Asia and the Asia Pacific(PP. 37-61). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Vaish, V. (2011). Terrorism, Nationalism and Westernization: Culture and Code Switching in Bollywood. In King, K. & Hult, F. (Eds.), Applying the Local Globally and the Global Locally in Educational Linguistics(PP. 27-40). Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Vaish, V. & Towndrow, P.A. (2010). Multimodal Literacy in Language Classrooms. In Hornberger, N. H.& McKay, S. L. (Eds.), Sociolinguistics and Language Education(PP. 317-349 ). Mahwah: Lawrence Earlbaum.

Vaish,V., Tan, T.K., Bokhorst-Heng, W., Hogan, D. & Kang, T. (2010). Social Capital and Language in Singapore.. In Lim, L., Pakir, A., & Wee, L. (Eds.), English in Singapore: Modernity and Management(PP. 159-180). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Vaish, V. & Shegar, C. (2009). Asian Pedagogy: Scaffolding in a Singaporean English classroom. In Silver, R., Goh, C. & Alsagoff, L. (Eds.), Language Learning in New English Contexts: Studies of Acquisition and Development(PP. 75-90). London: Continuum.

Vaish, V. (2008). Biliteracy and Globalizat ion. In Street, B.V. & Hornberger, N. H. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Language and Education. 2nd Edition, Volume 2: Literacy(PP. 119-130). Dordrecht: Springer.

Vaish, V. (2008). The indirect method: Code switching in a bilingual classroom in India. In Dogancay-Aktuna,S. & Hardman, J. (Eds.), Global English Language Teacher Education: Praxis & Possibility(PP. 115-130). Alexandria: TESOL Publications.

Vaish, V. (2003). Be Quick of Eye and Slow of Tongue: the Case of Two Bilingual Schools in New Delhi. In Hornberger, N. H. (Ed.), The Continua of Biliteracy: An Ecological Framewor k for Educational Policy, Research and Planning in Multilingual Settings(PP. 291-315.). Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Conference Papers (Central)

Keynote Speeches & Editorship of Special Issues (Central)

Editorships of Special Issue of Journal

Vaish, V. & Gupta, R. (Ed.) (2008). Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Education in South Asia: Equality, Policy, Pedagogy, 28 (3).

Other Research Outputs/Projects (Central)

Technical Reports or Monographs

Vaish, V. & Tripathi, S. (2011, December). Building English Competencies in Bilingual Underachievers: A Baseline Study of Singapore's Learning Support Program, 28.

Towndrow, P. A., Vaish, V., & Wan Fareed (2011, May). Multimodal Literacy in English Language and Literature Teaching: The Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a One-to-One Wireless Laptop Programme in a Singapore High School, 35.

Towndrow, P., & Vaish, V. (2009, March). Enhancing Criticality: A pilot project with IDM as pedagogical amplifiers in English classes at se condary level, 83.