School of Education
Tamilla Mammadova

Tamilla Mammadova


Writing and Information Literacy

  • Email :
  • Phone : 263
  • Office : B318

The most important is to develop students’ analytical skills as well as their critical thinking abilities.

  • Writing 101
  • Writing 102
  • PhD: University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
  • MA: University of Santiago de Compostela/Azerbaijan University of Languages 
  • BA: Azerbaijan University of Languages
Joined ADA September, 2015
Publications - (2016) “How is grammar presented in modern textbooks? Methods and techniques used.”In Sofia Bemposta, Carla Bouzada, Yolanda Fernandez-Pena, Tamara Bouso & Ivan Tamaredo (eds.) New Trends and Methodologies in Applied English Language Research III: Synchronic and Diachronic Studies on Discourse, Lexis and Grammar Processing. (Linguistic Insights Series). Bern: Peter Lang. (forthcoming)

- (2016) “Two approaches to the teaching of grammar and their implications”. International Journal of Language Studies, l 10, 49-70

- (2015) Novel: Рожденная под знаком расставания, 2015, Baku: Qanun Publishing

- (2015) “How is grammar presented in Modern EFL textbooks? What can we learn from this?” Asyras, University of Vigo, 4, 93-95

- (2015). “The Treatment of English Conversation Grammar in Modern Advanced EFL Textbooks”- International Journal of Liberal arts and science, 3.1, 55-70

- (2015) “Почему современные учителя иностранного языка не могут приспособиться к инновациям в методике преподавания языка?”, Магия ИННО: МГИМО, Том 2, Москва, c. 147-151

- (2014) “A four-stage assessment of AUL (Azerbaijan University of Languages) teachers’ abilities to adapt innovative teaching approaches” – Encuentro Journal, 72-88: can be reached at: <>

- (2009) Manual for students: “A Course of Modern English Lexicology” (2009). Baku: Mutarjim