About Me

I am an enthusiastic teacher of English language. As a langauge teacher, I believe that every interested learner is entitled to my attention and care. I also believe that learning is an organic activity- not cognitive burden. Therefore, I take all my abilities to my classroom to make it interesting, immersive and above all, a shared experience in learning. I make sure that every learner gets equal opportunities, involvement and attention. Everyone learns better when everyone learns together.
As a writer, I keep my reader in focus and write value-based fiction so that the reader is not only enternained, but also educated.

Contact Details

Sajit M Mathews
305-B, New Core Lab
IIT Kanpur, Kanpur, UP 208016, India

(email is preferred)



Journal Papers and Book Chapters

1. Mathews, S.M. Meeting the challenge of task-based assessment. 2020, Teacher Plus 18(2), pp. 36-38
2. Mathews, S.M. L1-Integrated Participatory (LIP) Second Language Classrooms: A Framework for L1 Use in the L2 Classroom. 2019, Humanising Language Teaching 21(5), https://www.hltmag.co.uk/oct19/l1-integrated-participatory
3. Mathews, S.M. Language Skills and Secondary Education in India. 2018, Economic and Political Weekly 53 (15), pp. 20-22
4. Mathews, S.M. Capitalising on the Differences in ESL Classrooms. 2018, http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/blogs/sajit-m-mathews/capitalising-differences-esl-classrooms
5. Mathews, S.M. Informal Classroom Research and Sharing. 2018, http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/blogs/sajit-m-mathews/informal-classroom-research-sharing
6. Mathews, S.M. and Vemula R.K. Public Healthcare in Private Hospitals: A Critical Analysis of the Aarogyasri Health Insurance Scheme. 2016, in V. Marinescu, & B. Mitu (Eds.), Health and the Media: Essays on the Effects of Mass Communication (pp. 152-170), McFarland and Company, Inc., Publishers, Jefferson, North Carolina, USA.


Papers Presented: International Conferences

1. The effect of task complexity and planning time on the complexity, accuracy and fluency of oral test performance and the curious case of narrative tas. in Language Assessment Research Conference-2020 (LARC-2020). What's your vision: A look at language assessment. Three day international conference organized by the Brigham Young University, Provo, USA. 24-27 March, 2020, at Provo Marriott Hotel & Conference Center, Provo, Utah, USA.

2. The advantages of using task-based language assessment in the Indian ESL contex. in 50 Years of English Language Teaching and Assessment – Reflections, Insights and Possibilities. 53rd RELC International Conference- Three day international conference at the Regional Language Centre (RELC) Singapore. 12-14 March 2018, RELC, Singapore.

3. The Challenges of Using Task-Based Language Testing in the Indian Context. in Language and Literature: Dynamic Resources in the ELT Classroom. Two-Day International Conference at SSN College of Engineering, Chennai. 10-11 November 2017, Chennai.

Papers Presented: National Conferences

1. The Advantages of Using Task-Based Language Assessment in the Indian ESL Context. in National Conference on Emerging Trends and Themes in the Teaching of English Language in Schools- (ELT). Three day national conference at the Regional Institute of Education (RIE) (NCERT), Mysuru. 4-6 December 2017, Mysuru.


Teaching Experience

1. University of Hyderbad: Guest Faculty 2015 June - 2015 December

Taught English language at the Centre for English Language Studies (CELS), University of Hyderabad, India.

2. IIIT (RGUKT): Lecturer in English June 2012 - June 2015

Taught English language and liberal arts at Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies (RGUKT), International Institute of Information Technologies (IIIT), Kadapa, AP, India.

Other Experience

1. Orient BlackSwab Pvt. Ltd.: Retainer-EditorUX Designer March 2012 - June 2012

Created and Edited language learning multimedia materials for young and adult learners for online and offline learning modules.

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