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Acknowledgements

Many people have contributed to this website. We would like to thank our team members:

Project team

Dr Julia Miller – project leader and materials on articles, passives, conditionals, tenses and oral presentation skills (University of Adelaide)

Richard Warner – materials on essay writing (University of Adelaide)

Dr Fiona Henderson – materials on tenses and Melbourne workshops (Victoria University)

Kayoko Enomoto – materials on Japanese (University of Adelaide)

A/Prof Ben McCann – materials on French (University of Adelaide)

Wang LiJuan – materials on Chinese (Henan University)

Dr Anne Harris – Western Australia workshops (Edith Cowan University)

Joseph Miller – project manager and composer of the music for the Ms Parrot videos (University of Adelaide)

 

In addition, we would like to thank:

Silvana Sandi – materials in Indonesian (University of Adelaide)

Jyh Wee Sew – invaluable feedback on all the materials (National University of Singapore)

Dr Kate Wilson – project evaluation (University of Canberra)

 

Website

Peter Miller – writing of  the code for all but one of the exercises

Emma Spoehr – invaluable help with the website (University of Adelaide)

 

Actors

Dr Julia Miller – Ms Parrot and violin player in the Really Really Terrible Quartet (University of Adelaide)

Dr Fernando Marmolejo-Ramos – Oscar Cicada and Gordon Harpal Van Tu Acúrio Chan (University of Adelaide)

Richard Warner – Professor Grahamarian (University of Adelaide)

Kayoko Enomoto – Harumi Kaga (University of Adelaide)

Andrea Duff – Bobby Dylan (University of South Australia)

Fizza Sabir – Kareena Kapadia (University of Adelaide)

Joseph Miller – Prince Wolfgang (University of Adelaide)

Quentin Maire – Male contestant in ‘If you love me’ (University of Adelaide)

Xian Wang – Girl 1 in ‘If you love me’ (University of Adelaide)

Hanyu Wang – Girl 2 in ‘If you love me’ (University of Adelaide)

Yuhan Liu – Girl 3 in ‘If you love me’ (University of Adelaide)

Elizar – Student with essay writing questions in 'You've got talent' (University of Adelaide)

Peter Miller – Musical Medic in 'You've got talent'

Jocelyn Gálvez Diez – Musical Medic in 'You've got talent' (University of Adelaide)

John Cursaro – Musical Medic in 'You've got talent'

Tim Gillespie – Musical Medic in 'You've got talent' (Flinders University)

Dr Heather Brook – Viola player in the Really Really Terrible Quartet (Flinders University)

Kate Sugars – Violin player in the Really Really Terrible Quartet (Flinders University)

Student audiences at the University of Adelaide

 

Filming

Piper Films, Adelaide

Beverley Freeman – Production Manager

 

Locations

The National Railway Museum, Port Adelaide

Carrick Hill, Adelaide

The University of Adelaide

The Mortlock Library, State Library of South Australia

 

Support for this project has been provided by the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching. The views in this project do not necessarily reflect the views of the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching.


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