Monbec, L. (2017). Knowledge-building and academic literacy: Using Legitimation Code Theory for Curriculum Design. Colloquium presented at The Symposium on Academic Writing, Reading & Thinking, 29 Sept 2017, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Monbec, L. (2017). Designing an EAP curriculum to promote transfer. Paper presented at the CAES International Conference, 1-3 June 2017. Hong Kong University, Hong Kong.
- Monbec, L. (2017). Enabling cumulative learning in an EAP module. Paper presented at the Second Legitimation Code Theory Conference (LCTC2), 3-7 July, LCT Centre for Knowledge-Building, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Sydney.
- Monbec, L. (2016). Enabling cumulative learning from an English for Academic Purposes module to the discipline through an SFL/Genre and Legitimation Code Theory approach. Paper presented at the 43rd ISFC (International Systemic Functional Congress), 19th -23rd July, 2016. Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia.
- Monbec, L (2016). A Systemic Functional Linguistics/Genre approach to English for Academic Purposes. Paper presented at the 4th CELC Symposium, 25-27 May, 2016, National University of Singapore.
- Bruce, E. and Monbec, L. (2013). Developing Reading and Writing Skills through the Assessment of Summary Writing. Paper presented at the 48th RELC International Seminar. 18-20th March. RELC, Singapore.
- Bruce, E. and Monbec, L. (2012). Empowering students: Academic Literacy through Text Analysis. Paper presented at the Academic English Symposium: 'Research into Practice in the Four-year Curriculum'. 1 June 2012. Centre for Academic English Studies, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong.
- Monbec, L. and Sek, I. (2011). Sentence Analysis for Reading and Writing. Paper presented at the Language Centre Staff Development Seminars. 10 October 2011. Baptist University, Hong Kong.
- Monbec, L. and Sek, I. (2011).Better Readers, Better Writers through Unpacking Sentences. Paper presented at the ELC Symposium: ‘Developing students as readers and writers in the four-year curriculum: the role of the English Language Centres’. 1 June 2011. English Language Centre, Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.