In order to communicate,

you need something to communicate about;

someone to communicate with and

an interest in the outcome of the communication"

(Hall, 2001). 

Presentations & Peer-Reviewed Publications

Gamage, T.A. (2020). Integrating International School Award Projects as Telecollaborative Language Learning Projects. IATEFL Research SIG (Issue 35), 43-47.

Gamage, T.A.(2013). Book Review: Researching Online Foreign Language Interaction and Exchange: Theories, Methods and Challenges. Melinda Dooly & Robert O'Dowd (Eds), 2012. CALICO, 30 (2), 279-281.

Gamage, T.A. (2015, November). How do Telecollaborative Learning Projects Promote Communicative Competence in English in Australian Primary Schools? Paper presented at The Department of Linguistics, HDR Conference 2015, Macquarie University, Australia.

Gamage, T.A. (2014, August). An Overview of the Action Plans and Tools used to Promote Telecollaborative Learning Projects in Primary Schools. Paper presented as a part of a symposium at The 9th University of Sydney TESOL Research Network Colloquium in conjunction with Macquarie University, The University of Sydney, Australia.

Gamage, T.A., Chappell, P. (2014, October). How can International School Awards Projects Promote Communicative Competence in Australian Primary Schools in NSW? Paper presented at the Human Sciences Perspective Workshop in Language Teaching and Technology, Macquarie University, Australia.

Gamage, T.A.(2014, June). How can Voice Thread and Edmodo Facilitate Social Interactions during Telecollaborative Language Learning Projects? Paper presented at The ICSE Conference, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

Gamage, T.A., Chappell, P. (2012, September). Exploring the Potential to use CALL to Promote Communicative Competence in English in Sri Lanka. Paper presented at The 7th University of Sydney TESOL Research Network Colloquium, The University of Sydney, Australia.

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