รองศาสตราจารย์ ดร.บูลย์จีรา ชิรเวทย์

Associate Professor

BOONJEERA CHIRAVATE, Ph.D. SFHEA

chiravate@gmail.com
034253840

คุณวุฒิระดับอุดมศึกษา

  • Ph.D. in Linguistics, Michigan State University, USA
  • M.A. in Linguistics, Michigan State University, USA
  • B.A. in English (Hons and Gold Medal for Highest Achievement), Silpakorn University, Thailand

Research Interests

  • Syntax, Semantics, Pragmatics, Second Language Acquisition, English as a Foreign Language

Books

  • Chiravate, B. (2018) ระบบหน่วยคำภาษาอังกฤษ (English Morphology). Chulalongkorn University Press.

Research Record

Current research interests: Syntax, Semantics, Pragmatics, Second Language Acquisition

Thesis, Dissertation, Publications and Conference Presentations:

  • Chiravate, B. (2019). An Interlanguage Study of Thai EFL Learners’ Apology, English Language Teaching, 12 (5), 116-129.
  • Chiravate, B. (2018). The roles of L1 and lexical aspect in the acquisition of tense-aspect by Thai learners of English, English Language Teaching, 11 (8), 111-125.
  • Chiravate, B. (2017). The roles of L1 and lexical aspect in the acquisition of tense-aspect by Thai learners of English. Research Report (Research Fund form Faculty of Arts, Silpakorn University.
  • Dema, C. & Chiravate, B. (2016). The effects of metacognitive strategy on teaching English reading comprehension to Bhutanese students. Christian University of Thailand Journal, 22 (4), 575-589. (TCI1)
  • Chiravate, B (2015). Developing EFL teachers’ capability to produce and use instructional media to enhance Learners’ pragmatic competence, Research Report (Research Fund from Higher Education Commission, Thailand)
  • Chiravate, B. (2012). Aspectual properties and polarity-sensitivity of copulas in Thai, Manusya, 15 (1), 1-18.
  • Chiravate, B. (2012). “The effects of motivation and proficiency on pragmatic and grammatical awareness in foreign language learning” In Wai Meng Chan, Kwee Nyet Chin, Sunil Kumar Bhatt, Izumi Walker (Eds.), Perspectives on Individual Characteristics and Foreign Language Education (pp. 93-113). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
  • Chiravate, B. & Patipatpakdee, N. (2012). Developing the pragmatic competence of Thai EFL teachers. Research Report (Research Fund from Higher Education Commission, Thailand)
  • Chiravate, B. (2011). The role of narrative structure in the acquisition of English tense-aspect morphology by Thai Learners, Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics, 15 (2), 27-43.
  • Chiravate, B. (2011). Narrative structure and distribution of verbal morphology in the interlanguage of Thai Learners of English, rEFLections, 14, 47-57.
  • Chiravate, B. (2011). Calculation without numbers: Calculation and language usage. Journal of Mathematics (Special Edition for Celebration of the 84th Birthday of His Majesty the King), 150-158.
  • Chiravate, B. (2011). The perception of politeness in English requests by Thai EFL Learners. 3L: The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 17 (2), 59-71.
  • Chiravate, B. (2011, 10-11 June). The Discourse Hypothesis Revisited: The Development of the Tense-Aspect System in Foreign Language Learning. Paper presented at Thammasat ELT International Conference, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Chiravate, B. (2011). Indirect Speech Act Comprehension in English as a Foreign Language. Proceedings of The Second International Conference on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching, Bangkok, Thailand, 111-119.
  • Chiravate, B. (2010, 5-6 August). Polarity Sensitivity and Aspectual Restriction. Paper presented at The 2nd International Conference on Language and Communication, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Chiravate, B. (2008). An Analysis of the Progressive in Thai and English. Journal of Language and Linguistics, 27 (1), 45-60.
  • Chiravate, B. (2005) A Lexical Representation Used to Generate ‘go’, ‘CONTINUATION’ and ‘too’. Proceedings of the Academic Research and Development Conference, Silpakorn University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand, 89-111.
  • Chiravate, B. (2004). Why is it both an aspectual marker and a conjunction? Silpakorn University International Journal 4 (1-2), 85-105.
  • Chiravate, B. (2002). Syntactic and Semantics Properties of Aspectual Markers in Thai. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, Michigan.
  • Chiravate, B. (2000, 9 October). Lexicon and Syntax Interface: A Unified Analysis of lææw4 Paper presented at Michigan Linguistics Society Meeting at Oakland University, Michigan, USA.
  • Chiravate, B. (1999). Polarity Sensitive Copular Verbs in Thai. Unpublished Master Thesis, Michigan State University, Michigan.

On-going Research Projects:

  • 2017-2019: The Speech Act of Apologizing in the Intercultural Communication through English (Research Fund from Silpakorn University, Thailand)
  • 2012-2013: The Role of Lexical Aspect in the Acquisition of English Temporal Morphology by Thai Learners (Research Fund from Faculty of Arts, Silpakorn University, Thailand.