Professor Dr. Sayeedur Rahman
PhD in ELT from Jawaharlal Nehru University
Dr. Sayeedur Rahman is a Professor of English at the Institute of Modern languages (IML) University of Dhaka. He was also the Head of the Department of English at the IML. He received PhD in English Language Teaching (ELT) from prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University as an Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) scholar. He has extensively worked as an ESL/EFL teacher and researcher for more than 20 years, and has published widely in the areas of Second Language Acquisition (SLA) and Sociolinguistics. He has worked as an expert and education consultant with DFID, UNDP, ADSL, UNICEF and British Council. He also worked as an Academic Advisor of BRAC Institute of Languages (BIL), and founded the first MA in TESOL program at BRAC University. He was awarded the Researcher Links Fellowships from British Council, UK in 2014 as a Visiting Fellow with the OU, UK.
. Rahman (2020). Implementation of the Technology enhanced Interactive Multimedia Digital Content in learning English in the Government Primary Schools (GPS): An Ecological perspective, pp 143-158.In the Edited book, On Language in Leap year.Institute of Modern Languages, University of Dhaka
. Rahman, S.(2017). Women, English and Empowerment: Voices from Rural Bangladesh. Script Journal: Journal of Linguistics And English Teaching. Vol 2, No 2.
. Philip Seargeant, Elizabeth J Erling, Mike Solly, QumrulHasan Chowdhury, and Sayeedur Rahman (2016). Analyzing perceptions of English in rural Bangladesh. World Englishes. John Wiley and Sons Ltd.
. Elizabeth J Erling, Philip Seargeant, Mike Solly, QumrulHasan Chowdhury, Sayeedur Rahman. (2015). English for economic development: a case study of migrant workers from Bangladesh. British Council ELT Research Papers, 15.03.ISBN 978-0-86355-775-0. British Council,10 Spring Gardens, London SW1A 2BN, UK, www.britishcouncil.org
. Rahman, S. (2015). English Language Policy Initiatives and Implementation in Bangladesh: Micro political issues. Asian TEFL Journal. Volume 88.
. Hossain, E, M and Rahman, S. (2015). Teacher‘s Use of Motivational Strategies in English Language Classes: An empirical investigation.Harvest.DepartmentofEnglish, Jahangirnagar University Studies in language and Literature. Vol 30.
. Rahman.S and Mamun, A. 2015. Affects of Audio-Visual Aids in English Language Teaching: a Study at tertiary level in Bangladesh. Journal of the Institute of Modern Languages,2013-14 & 2014-15.The University of Dhaka.
Rahman, S and Mohiuddin, G.M. (2014). A Study of Registrar used by Transport Workers in Bangladesh. Journal of the Institute of Modern Languages, Volume 25.The University of Dhaka.
. Rahman, S and Hossian, R. (2012). Code-Switching and Bilingualism: a socio-psychological study. Journal of the Institute of Modern Languages, Volume 23.The University of Dhaka.
. Rahman, S and Shahed, F. (2008). Email Etiquette of Internet Users in Dhaka: A Contrastive Study of Professionals and Students. Harvest, Department of English, Jahangirnagar University.
Sahed, F and Rahman, S. (2007). Bilingualism in Bangladesh: Dysfunctional Reality, or Functional Myth? The AIUB Journal of Business and Economics, Vol 6, no.1.
. Rahman, S and Shahed, F. (2007). English Language Learning at Undergraduate Level: ASocio-psychological Study of Business Students. Teachers’ World. Vol 30-31.
. Rahman, S. (2005). ―Bangladesh: A Monolingual ‗Nation-state’ or a construct of Cultural Hegemony. Journal for School of Languages. Spring series 3. New Delhi: Jawaharlal NehruUniversity. pp85-95.
Rahman, S. (2005). Orientations and Motivation in English Language Learning: a Study of Bangladeshi Students at Undergraduate Level‖. Asian EFL Journal. Volume 7. Issue 1 pp29-55.
. Elizabeth J Erling, Philip Seargeant, Mike Solly, Qumrul Hasan Chowdhury, Sayeedur Rahman. 2013. Attitudes to English in Rural Bangladesh. In Susan Sheehan (Edited).British Council ELT Research Papers, 2013, ISBN 978-0-86355-685-2. British Council, 2013,10 Spring Gardens, London SW1A 2BN, UK.www.britishcouncil.org.
. Rahman, S.(2009). ELT, ESP, and EAP in Bangladesh: an Overview of the Status and the Need for English in Bangladesh. In Mark Krzanowski (Edited). English for Academic, Specific and Occupational Purposes in Developing, Emerging and Least Developed Countries. IATEFL, Garner Publishing Ltd. UK
. Rahman, S and Rahman, H. (2015). Edited by Professor Fakrul Islam and Syed Manzoorul Islam. Professional Development Module – Student Book and Teacher Book. prepared for Transforming English Language Skills in the Higher Education Sector in Bangladesh, published by UGC and British Council.
. Rahman, S and Rahman, H. (2015). Edited by Professor Fakrul Islam and Syed Manzoorul Islam. Professional Development Module. Teacher Book. Prepared for Transforming English Language Skills in the Higher Education Sector in Bangladesh, published by UGC and British Council.