Marion West has a particular interest in research methods, teaching on three undergraduate modules for Linguistics and Sociology and one postgraduate module, and is coordinator for Independent Study in Linguistics and TESOL. She teaches Syntax, Semantics and Sociolinguistics and a Volunteering module. She is currently studying for a doctorate, using Conversation Analysis to research advice sequences in student-tutor interaction in final year project supervision. She has a background in EFL and English for Academic Purposes teaching, examining and teacher-training for TESOL.
- Language in Use, How Words and Sentences are formed, Language in Society, Research Methods for English Language, Linguistics & TESOL, Language and Meaning
- Introduction to Research Methods for Sociology, 5SL006 Doing Sociological Research
- Volunteering in Action