Dr Jenefer Philp is a senior lecturer at Lancaster University in the UK, and teaches in the areas of second language acquisition and TESOL/TEFL. Her research focuses on the role of interaction in instructed language learning among both adults and children. Her research is supported by over 10 years experience as a classroom teacher and teacher trainer in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and the USA. In addition to publications in international journals, her recent work includes:
Philp, J. , Adams, R., & Iwashita, N., (2014). Peer interaction and language learning. Taylor & Francis.
Oliver, R., & Philp, J., (2014). Oral interaction in the language classroom. Oxford University Press.
Philp, J., Oliver, R., Mackey, A. (eds.) (2008). Second language acquisition and the younger learner. John Benjamins.