Hans Malmström

Universitetslektor at Chalmers, Communication and Learning in Science, Division for Language and Communication (Chalmers)

Projects

2009–2011

Effects of English-medium textbooks on vocabulary acquisition: lessons for Swedish universities

Hans Malmström Division for Language and Communication (Chalmers)
Swedish Research Council (VR)

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Publications

2017

Vocabulary for academic reading in the EMI environment

Diane Pecorari, Hans Malmström, Philip Shaw
Paper in proceedings
2016

How many academic vocabularies do students need?

Diane Pecorari, Hans Malmström
Paper in proceedings
2016

Engaging the Congregation: The Place of Metadiscourse in Contemporary Preaching

Hans Malmström
Applied Linguistics. Vol. 37 (4), p. 561-582
Journal article
2016

Size and development of academic vocabulary in English medium instruction

Hans Malmström, Diane Pecorari, Magnus Gustafsson
Assessing and Developing Writing Skills (S. Göpferich & I. Neumann (Eds.)), p. 45-69
Chapter in monograph, book - peer reviewed
2016

Engaging with terminology in the multilingual classroom: teachers’ practices for bridging the gap between L1 lectures and English reading

Hans Malmström, Špela Mežek, Diane Pecorari et al
Classroom Discourse. Vol. 0 (0)
Journal article
2016

Productive academic vocabulary

Hans Malmström, Diane Pecorari
Paper in proceedings
2016

Receptive and productive academic language in use: Academic vocabulary as a case study

Hans Malmström, Diane Pecorari
Paper in proceedings
2015

Academic vocabulary size as a predictor of academic success

Diane Pecorari, Philip Shaw, Hans Malmström
Paper in proceedings
2015

Preaching in uncertain terms: the place of hedging language in contemporary sermonic discourse

Hans Malmström
Functions of Language. Vol. 22 (3), p. xx-
Journal article
2015

Where they’re coming from: roles for English textbooks where lectures are in foreign languages

Philip Shaw, Spela Mezek, Diane Pecorari et al
Paper in proceedings
2015

The “other” voice in preaching: Intertextual form and function in contemporary English sermonic discourse

Hans Malmström
Journal of Communication and Religion. Vol. 38 (2), p. 80-99
Journal article
2015

Using vocabulary as an indicator of development of academic literacy and academic success

Hans Malmström, Magnus Gustafsson, Diane Pecorari
Paper in proceedings
2015

What is your darkness? An empirical study of interrogative practices in sermonic discourse

Hans Malmström
International Journal of Practical Theology. Vol. 19 (2), p. 247-270
Journal article
2015

Learning subject-specific L2 terminology: The effect of medium and order of exposure

Spela Mezek, Diane Pecorari, Philip Shaw et al
English for Specific Purposes. Vol. 38, p. 57-69
Journal article
2014

“Listen and Understand What I Am Saying”: Church-Listening As a Challenge for Non-Native Listeners of English in the United Kingdom

Hans Malmström
International Journal of Listening. Vol. 29 (1), p. 50-64
Journal article
2013

The sermon as audience challenge? Investigating vocabulary in contemporary English preaching.

Hans Malmström
Annual Papers of the Academy of Homiletics. Vol. 2013, p. 321-333
Journal article
2013

To what extent do L2 students in UK Higher Education acquire academic and subject-specific vocabulary incidentally?

Aileen Irvine, Hans Malmström, Spela Mezek et al
Paper in proceedings
2013

Master Level Writing in Engineering and Productive Vocabulary: What does measuring academic vocabulary levels tell us?

Magnus Gustafsson, Hans Malmström
Of butterflies and birds, of dialects and genres: Essays in honour of Philip Shaw, p. 123-140
Chapter in monograph, book - peer reviewed
2012

Incidental language learning in the Swedish parallel language university: Outcomes and influences

Diane Pecorari, Spela Mezek, Philip Shaw et al
Conference contribution
2012

World Englishes, biology terms and academic vocabulary: how level is the playing field?

Aileen Irvine, Hans Malmström, Spela Mezek et al
Paper in proceedings
2012

Books in English, lecture in Swedish: How well does it work?

Spela Mezek, Aileen Irvine, Hans Malmström et al
Paper in proceedings
2012

Reading in tertiary education: undergraduate student practices and attitudes

Diane Pecorari, Philip Shaw, Aileen Irvine et al
Quality in Higher Education. Vol. 18 (2), p. 235-256
Journal article
2012

Conditions for vocabulary acquisition in multi-modal and multilingual environments

Philip Shaw, Aileen Irvine, Hans Malmström et al
Paper in proceedings
2011

English for Academic Purposes at Swedish universities: Teachers' objectives and practices

D. Pecorari, P. Shaw, A. Irvine et al
Iberica (22), p. 55-77
Journal article
2011

English textbooks in parallel-language tertiary education

Diane Pecorari, Philip Shaw, Aileen Irvine et al
TESOL Quarterly. Vol. 45 (2), p. 313-333
Journal article
2011

Intertextual episodes in lectures as a potential enhancement of incidental learning from reading

Hans Malmström, Philip Shaw, Aileen Irvine et al
Hermes (Denmark). Vol. 45, p. 115-128
Journal article
2010

Engineering and Communication Integrated Learning – Collaboration Strategies for Skills and Subject Experts

Carl Johan Carlsson, Kristina Edström, Hans Malmström
Paper in proceedings
2010

Speaker accountability as metadiscourse?

Hans Malmström
Paper in proceedings
2009

Incidental Learning from Reading in one Language: Enhancement from Lectures in Another

Philip Shaw, Aileen Irvine, Hans Malmström et al
Paper in proceedings
2009

Learning language from reading in bilingual higher education contexts

Diane Pecorari, Philip Shaw, Aileen Irvine et al
Paper in proceedings
2008

Knowledge-stating verbs and contexts of accountability in linguistic and literary academic discourse

Hans Malmström
Nordic Journal of English Studies. Vol. 7 (3), p. 35-60
Journal article
2008

Knowledge-stating verbs and contexts of accountability in linguistic and literary academic discourse

Hans Malmström
Nordic Journal of English Studies. Vol. 7 (3), p. 35-60
Journal article