Smith, G. F., Jung, H., & Zenker, F. (2022). From task-based needs analysis to curriculum evaluation: Putting methodological innovations to the test in an English for academic purposes program. English for Specific Purposes, 66, 80-93.
Smith, G. F., Kyle, K., & Crossley, S. A. (2020). Word lists and the role of academic vocabulary use in high stakes speaking assessments. International Journal of Learner Corpus Research, 6(2), 197-223.
Ziegler, N., Moranski, K., Smith, G. F., & Phung, H. (2020). Metacognitive instruction and interactional feedback in a computer-mediated environment. TESOL Canada, 37(2), 210-233.
Edited book chapters
Ziegler, N. & Smith, G. (2017). Teacher’s provision of feedback in L2 text-chat: Cognitive, contextual, and affective factors. In L. Gurzynski-Weiss (Ed.), Expanding individual difference research in the Interaction Approach: Investigating learners, instructors, and other interlocutors (pp. 255-280). John Benjamins.
McDonough, K., Kielstra, P., Crowther, D., & Smith, G. (2016). Structural priming in L2 speech production: Examining relationships among English L2 speakers’ production, cognitive abilities, and awareness. In A. Mackey & E. Marsden (Eds.), Advancing methodology and practice: The IRIS repository of instruments for research into second languages (pp. 112-131). Routledge.
Smith, G., Cardoso, W., & Garcia Fuentes, C. (2015). Evaluating text-to-speech synthesizers. In F. Helm, L. Bradley, M. Guarda, & S. Thouësny (Eds.). Critical CALL – Proceedings of the 2015 EUROCALL Conference, Padova, Italy (pp. 108-113). Research-publishing.net.
Smith, G. F. (2019). [Review of the website BBC Learning English: Pronunciation]. Journal of Second Language Pronunciation 5(2), 333-348.
Smith, G. F. (December, 2020). An investigation of vocabulary size, metacognition, and individual differences in L2 listening comprehension (Doctoral Dissertation). University of Hawai’i at Mānoa.
Conference Presentations and Workshops
Smith, G. (2019, March 9-12). The relationship between L2 vocabulary knowledge and listening comprehension ability: A meta-analysis. American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Atlanta, USA.
Bach, C., Smith, G., Le, H., Phung, H., & Ziegler, N. (2018, February 17). What are good tasks? Designing TBLT materials for the second language classroom. Hawaiʻi TESOL Spring Conference, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.
Smith, G., Le, H., Phung, H., Bach, C., & Ziegler, N. (2018, April 14). Designing localized TBLT materials for the foreign language classroom. Hawaiʻi Association of Language Teachers Conference, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.
Smith G., Jung, H., & Zenker, F. (2018, March 27-30). Doing practical task-based needs analysis in an EAP program. TESOL International Convention & Language Expo, Chicago, USA.
Smith, G., & Matsutani, Y. (2017, March 18-21). A mixed-methods approach to examining the efficacy of interactional feedback training: Insights from CA-grounded formal coding. American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Portland, USA.
Smith, G., & Ziegler, N. (2016). Exploring the effects of meta-cognitive instruction and peer interaction on learners’ L2 pronunciation awareness: Insights from quantitative and qualitative analysis. Second Language Research Forum, New York City, USA.
Smith, G., Cardoso, W., Garcia Fuentes, C. (2016, April 9-12). A multidimensional evaluation of text-to-speech synthesizers: Are they ready for the L2 classroom?. American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Orlando, USA.
Smith, G., & Collins, L. (2015, March 21-24). Massed vs. Spaced Comprehension and Production Practice and Morphosyntactic Acquisition: An Alternative Approach to Dichotomous Input- and Output-based Instruction. American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Toronto, CA.
Smith, G., & Garcia Fuentes, C. (2014, April 11). Gender and Politeness Strategies in Service Encounters. Concordia University Department of Education Graduate Symposium, Montréal, CA.
McDonough, K., Kielstra, P., Smith, G. & Crowther, D. (2014). The relationship between structural priming and L2 speakers’ cognitive abilities. American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Portland, Oregon.