Books

Thomson, E.A. Sano, M. and de Silva Joyce, H. (eds.) (2017) Mapping genres, mapping culture: Japanese texts in context, John Benjamins Publishing, Amsterdam. Tan Review of MGMC
Mapping Genres, Mapping Culture
De Silva Joyce, H and Thomson, E.A. (2015) Language in uniform: Language analysis and training for defence and policing purposes, Cambridge Scholars, Cambridge.
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Thomson, E.A. (2014) Battling with Words, A study of language, diversity and social inclusion in the Australian Department of Defence, Department of Defence, Canberra.
Battling with Words
Thomson, E.A & Armour, W. (eds.) (2013) Systemic functional perspectives of Japanese: descriptions and applications, Equinox Publishing: London.Systemic Functional Perspectives of Japenese
Thomson, E.A. & Droga, L. (2012) Effective Academic Writing, Phoenix Educational, Australia.
Effective Academic Writing
Thomson, E.A. & White, P.R.R. (eds.) (2008) Communicating Conflict: multilingual case studies of the news media, Continuum: London.
Communicating Conflict
Thomson, E.A. (2001) Exploring the textual metafunction in Japanese: A case study of selected written texts. Dissertation, Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong: Wollongong
Exploring the Textual Metafunction in Japanese

Book Chapters

Thomson, E.A. Sano, M. and de Silva Joyce, H. (2017) ‘Mapping genres using Systemic Functional Linguistics’, in Thomson, E.A. Sano, M. and de Silva Joyce, H. (eds.) Mapping genres, mapping culture: Japanese texts in context, John Benjamins Publishing, Amsterdam

Thomson, E.A. (2017) ‘Once upon a time: Grammar, structure and meaning in a selected set of Japanese folktales’, in Thomson, E.A. Sano, M. and de Silva Joyce, H. (eds.) Mapping genres, mapping culture: Japanese texts in context, John Benjamins Publishing, Amsterdam

Thomson, E.A. (2016) ‘Making it on the team: Achieving team membership through banter in defence work contexts’, in de Silva Joyce (ed.) Language at work in social contexts: Analysing language use in work, educational, medical and museum contexts, Cambridge Scholars, Cambridge

Thomson, E.A. (2015) ‘Language at the Pointy End: Understanding the Additional Language Needs of the Australian Defence Force’, in De Silva Joyce, H and Thomson, E.A. (eds) Language in uniform: Language analysis and training for defence and policing purposes, Cambridge Scholars, Cambridge

de Silva Joyce, H and Thomson, E.A. (2015) ‘Analysing the Genres of Military Operational Engagement for Curriculum Design’, in De Silva Joyce, H and Thomson, E.A. (eds) Language in uniform: Language analysis and training for defence and policing purposes, Cambridge Scholars, Cambridge

de Silva Joyce, H., Foster, B. and Thomson, E.A. (2015) ‘Professional Development and Curriculum Change: Perils and Pitfalls’ in De Silva Joyce, H and Thomson, E.A. (eds) Language in uniform: Language analysis and training for defence and policing purposes, Cambridge Scholars, Cambridge

Thomson, E.A & Armour, W. (2013) ‘Systemic functional theory: description and application’, in Thomson, E.A & Armour, W. (eds.) Systemic functional perspectives of Japanese: descriptions and applications, Equinox Publishing: London.

Sano, M &Thomson, E.A (2013) ‘How to argue in Japanese: a systemic functional interpretation of the logico-semantic relations in Japanese exposition’, in Thomson, E.A & Armour, W. (eds.) Systemic functional perspectives of Japanese: descriptions and applications, Equinox Publishing: London.

Thomson, E.A. (2013) ‘The system of THEME in Japanese’, in Thomson, E.A & Armour, W. (eds.)Systemic functional perspectives of Japanese: descriptions and applications, Equinox Publishing: London.

Ramzan, Y. & Thomson, E.A (2013) ‘Modelling writing: using the genre approach in the Japanese as a foreign language classroom’, in Thomson, E.A & Armour, W. (eds.) Systemic functional perspectives of Japanese: descriptions and applications, Equinox Publishing: London.

Audio Visual

Thomson, E.A (2018) Welcome to Coursespace YouTube video, Charles Sturt University

Academic Writing

Woodward-Kron, R., Thomson, E.A. & Meek, J. (2000) Academic Writing: A language based approach, Gonichi Langauge Services: Wollongong

Refereed articles and conference proceedings

Thomson, E.A., Auhl, G., Uys, P., Wood, D. and Woolley, D. 2019, Towards best practice in course design: A case study of flexibility and collaboration between users and developers in supporting process with technology, Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice, 16(1), 2019. Available at: https://ro.uow.edu.au/jutlp/vol16/iss1/6

 

Thomson, E.A., Auhl, G., Hicks, K., McPherson, K., Robinson, C., Wood, D. 2017 Course design as a collaborative enterprise: Incorporating interdisciplinarity into a backward-mapping, systems approach to course design in Higher Education, Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia (HERDSA) Proceedings – Research and Development in Higher Education: Curriculum Transformation, Volume 40.

Dolan, L. & Thomson, E.A. 2017 Transforming relationships and foregrounding connectedness through Wiradjuri language curriculum, CSU Think Piece, 15 September, 2017 http://www.csu.edu.au/division/learning-and-teaching/home/teaching-staff/think-pieces/2017/transforming-relationships-and-foregrounding-connectedness-through-wiradjuri-language-curriulum

Thomson, E.A. 2017 Flipping using Expressing Wiradjuri, CSU Learning Technology Forum, Theme – Using technologies and digital learning resources to ‘flip’ the classroom to improve the effectiveness of face to face time. Presented 22nd September 2017

Thomson, E.A. 2017 Back from the Brink :Wiradjuri language revival and Systemic Functional Linguistics, 44th International Systemic Functional Congress, University of Wollongong 1-14 July 2017

Thomson, EA & Arrow, S 2016 Expressing Wiradjuri. a Blackboard learning and teaching resource in Wiradjuri pronunciation, phonology and word level syntax for beginners of Wiradjuri language.

Thomson, E.A. 2016 Leadership-for-Innovation, CSU Think Piece, 15 October, 2016

Thomson, E.A. (2014)  ‘Towards inclusion: Language use in the Department of Defence‘, Special Report,  Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), August 2014

Thomson, E.A. & de Silva  Joyce, H. (2013) ‘Professional development – a pillar of curriculum change’, Professional and Academic English,  IATEFL English for Specific Purposes Special Interest Group (ESP  SIG) p.36

Emonts,  M., Row, R., Johnson, W.L., Thomson, E., de Silva Joyce, H., Gorman, G. &  Carpenter, R. (2012), ‘Integration of Social Simulations into a Task-based  Blended Training Curriculum’, in Proceedings  of the Lange Warfare Conference 2012, Melbourne Oct/Nov 2012.

Thomson,  E. & de Silva Joyce, H. (2012), ‘Languages other than English for Defence  Force deployment‘, in 2012 Proceedings of  the International Systemic Functional Linguistics Association, pp87-92

Thomson, E.A., Cléirigh, C., Head, L. & Muir, P.  (2008) ‘Gardeners’  Talk: A linguistic study of relationships between environmental attitudes,  beliefs and practices’, in Linguistics  and the Human Sciences, Vol. 2.3, Equinox: London.

Thomson,  E.A., White, P.R.R., & Kitley, P. (2008) “Objectivity” and the “hard news”  report across cultures: comparing the news report in English, French, Japanese  and Indonesian journalism, in Journalism  Studies, Special Issue on Journalism and Language, Vol. 9 No. 2, 2008.

Tran,  T.H.V., & Thomson, E.A. (2008), ‘A linguistic analysis of social attitudes towards the quality issues of postgraduate  education in Vietnam’, AARE 2008  International Education Research Conference Proceedings.

Thomson,  E.A. (2005) ‘Theme Unit Analysis: A systemic functional treatment of textual  meanings in Japanese’ in Functions of  Language 12.2, John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.151-181.