dr. nurjanah binti mohd jaafar

pensyarah universiti

pusat kajian bahasa & linguistik (pbl)

No. sambungan :  0389216569

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Nurjanah is a lecturer at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, UKM. She completed her PhD at the School of Education, University of Nottingham (UK) in 2020. Her research focuses on the use of multiple representations in learning by second language speakers. She primarily uses eye-tracking methodology in her research.

  • izzammuddin isnin, nurjanah mohd jaafar.  (2021).  reading glossed passages in english to improve comprehension: an eye tracking study.  - gema onlineŽ journal of language studies.  125-139. 

     

    siew ming thang, nurjanah mohd jaafar, hong-fa ho, noor baizura abdul aziz.  (2021).  language learning with technology - language learning with technology.  - 12. 

     

    nurjanah mohd jaafar.  (2021).  developing an eye-tracking corpus of malaysian bilingual readers.  - 3rd international connect malaysia 2021: bilingualism/multilingualism across the lifespan.  -. 

     

    nurjanah mohd jaafar, siew ming thang.  (2020).  processing of a multi-representational science passage by esl learners.  - gema onlineŽ journal of language studies.  18-29. 

     

    nurjanah mohd jaafar; siew ming thang.  (2020).  dependency on verbal versus graphic representations among second language learners when reading illustrated expository materials.  - universal journal of educational research.  454-459. 

     

    pramela krish, noraza ahmad zabidi, nurjanah mohd jaafar, kemboja ismail, nadzrah abu bakar.  (2016).  initiating a peer support centre for english language presentations: issues and challenges.  - pertanika journal.  37-44. 

     

    siew ming thang, radha m.k. nambiar, fook fei wong, nurjanah mohd jaafar, zaini amir.  (2015).  a clamour for more technology in universities: what does an investigation into the ict use and learning styles of malaysian `digital natives` tell us?.  - the asia-pacific education researcher.  353-361. 

     

    izzammuddin isnin, nurjanah mohd jaafar.  (2021).  reading glossed passages in english to improve comprehension: an eye tracking study.  - gema onlineŽ journal of language studies.  125-139. 

     

    nurjanah mohd jaafar, siew ming thang.  (2020).  processing of a multi-representational science passage by esl learners.  - gema onlineŽ journal of language studies.  18-29. 

     

    nurjanah mohd jaafar; siew ming thang.  (2020).  dependency on verbal versus graphic representations among second language learners when reading illustrated expository materials.  - universal journal of educational research.  454-459. 

     

    thang siew ming, nurjanah mohd jaafar.  (2017).  the interplay between teacher-centredness and self-critical tendency among malaysian esl learners: new insights for the asian context.  - international journal of instruction.  161-178. 

     

    pramela krish, noraza ahmad zabidi, nurjanah mohd jaafar, kemboja ismail, nadzrah abu bakar.  (2016).  initiating a peer support centre for english language presentations: issues and challenges.  - pertanika journal.  37-44. 

     

    nurjanah mohd jaafar, shaaron ainsworth, walter van heuven.  (2018).  learning with multi-representational texts in a second language: an eye-tracking investigation.  - proceedings of international conference of the learning sciences (icls 2018).  969-972. 

     

    siew ming thang, nurjanah mohd jaafar, hong-fa ho, noor baizura abdul aziz.  (2021).  language learning with technology - language learning with technology.  - 12. 

     

    nurjanah mohd jaafar.  (2021).  developing an eye-tracking corpus of malaysian bilingual readers.  - 3rd international connect malaysia 2021: bilingualism/multilingualism across the lifespan.  -. 

     

    nurjanah mohd jaafar.  (2020).  understanding the reading of illustrated expository materials in the second language.  - 1-4. 

     

    wong fook fei, noraini ibrahim, yuen chee keong, nurjanah mohd jaafar & lloyd precious.  (2015).  impact of the brighton education native speaker teaching english language & literacy 2 programme (tell2).  - linguistik: sexism and se.