Dr James Henry
Lecturer in English
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
James Henry was appointed as a Lecturer in English in 2012. He teaches on a range of English for Academic Purposes (EAP) modules at the university for students on Business degrees. He also teaches on Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) modules and is a qualified CELTA trainer. James has recently completed his PhD in English Language and Applied Linguistics at The University of Birmingham.
James’ other roles and responsibilities at the university have included:
- Developing and administering English language entry tests at the university
- Contributing to the delivery and management of the English pre-sessional course
- Contributing to summer courses for international students
- Teaching at a partner institution in Guangzhou China
Henry, J. (2019). 'From doing to being: Process type as indication of purpose in academic business reports'. Journal of English for Academic Purposes 42.
James has acted as internal moderator for a range of modules at partner institutions as part of Coventry University’s internationalisation programme.