CHEW Ghim Lian Phyllis

Associate Professor

English Language & Literature (ELL)

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English as an International language: issues and prospects, Language and Religion, Language and Gender, Sociolinguistics, Language Methodology & Materials Design

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    Scholarly Books

    1. Buang, S.,  & Chew, P. G. L. (In-press).  Muslim Schools in the  21st Century: Asian  Perspectives. New  York: Routledge.

    2. Chew, P. G. L. (2013). A Sociolinguistic History of Early  Identities in Singapore: From  Colonialism to Nationalism. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

    3. Chew, P. G. L. (2009). Emergent Lingua Francas  and  World Orders: The Place of English in the  World Today. New  York: Routledge.

    4. Chew, P. G. L. (Ed.). (2002). Towards a Culture of Peace:  Perspectives. Singapore: United Nations Association of Singapore.

    5. Chew, P. G. L.,  & Kramer-Dahl, A. (Eds.). (1999). Textual Practices in Singapore Culture. Singapore: Times  Academic Press.

    6. Chew, P. G. L. (1993). The Chinese Religion and  the  Baha'i Faith. Oxford: George Ronald.


    Chapters in Scholarly Books

    1.    Chew,  P. G. L. (In-press). Trance and  Sacred Language in Religious Daoism. In Finnegan, R. F. (Ed.), Entrancement: The Strange Borderlands of Discovery, Waking and  the  Imagination (pp. 000-000). Cambridge: Cambridge Univeristy Press.

    2.    Chew, P. G. L. (In-press). Multilingualism and  Education: Global  Practice and  Local Challenges in Singapore. In Njorge, M. C., Ndung'u, R. W., Mwangi, P. W., & Orwenjo, D. O. (Eds.), Multilingualism and  Education. Global Practices and  Challenges (pp. 00-000).  New  York: Springer.

    3.    Chew, P. G. L. (In-press). "Sisters' Day  Out" and  "Being Young  and Muslim": Identity Construction and  Literacy Practices. In Vally, L.,  Volk, D., & Gregory, E. (Eds.), Religion as a Mediator of Languages, Literacies and  Identities: Critical and  Ethnographic Perspectives (pp. 000-000). London: Multilingual Studies.

    4.    Chew, P. G. L. (In-press). From  Multilingualism to Monolingualism: Linguistic Management in Singapore. In Spolsky, B.,  & Oda,  M. (Eds.), Conditions for  Language Learning in Asia (pp. 46- 66). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    5.    Chew, P. G. L. (In-press). The Role of Hokien in Religious Practice and Education: Implications for  Shift and  Maintenance. In Omoniyi, T. (Ed.), The Role of Religion and  Religious Education in Langauge Maintenance and Revitalization (pp. 000-000). Basingstroke: Palgrave Macmillan.

    6.    Chew,  P. G. L. (In-press). Plurality and  Solidarity in Colonial Singapore:  A sociolinguistic Account. In Tan,  G. (Ed.), Chapters on Asia (Volume 2)  (pp.000-000). Singapore: National Library Board.

    7.    Chew, P. G. L. (In-press). Coming to Grips  with Modernization: The Teens aL.I.V.E. Programme and  the  Teaching of Sadaqah. In Buang, S.,  & Chew, P. G. L. (Eds.), Muslim Schools in the  21st Century: Asian  Perspective (pp.110-131). New  York: Routledge.

    8.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2013). Literacy Wars: Children's Education and  Weekend Madrasahs. In Formichi, C. (Ed.), Religious Pluralism, State and  Society in Asia (pp. 71-91). New  York: Routledge.

    9.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2012).  Language Teaching Methods in Singapore Primary School: An Overview. In Spolsky, B.,  & Moon,  Y. I. (Eds.), Primary School English Education in Asia: From  Policy to Practice (pp. 39-58). New  York: Routledge.

    10.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2011). Metaphors of Change: Adolescent Singaporeans Switching Religion. In Omoniyi, T. (Ed.), The Sociology of Language and Religion: Change, Conflict and  Accomodation (pp. 156-190). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

    11.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2011). The Emergence, Role and  Future of the  National Language in Singapore. In Fishman, Joshua  A.,  & Ofelia, Garcia  (Eds.), Handbook of Language and  Ethnic Identity (pp. 204-218). New  York: Oxford University Press.

    12.  He, M. F., Lee,  J. C. K.,  Wang, J. Y., Canh,  L. V., Chew, P. G. L.,  So, K., Eng,  B. C., & Sung, M. C. (2011).  Language and  Learning. In Zhao, Y. (Ed.), International Handbook of Asian  Education (pp. 222-311). New York: Routledge.

    13.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2010). Addendum to Schools in the  Service of Society. In Rotberg, Iris. (Ed.), Change and  Continuity in Education (pp. 242-267). Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Education.

    14.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2010). Linguistic Capital, Study Mothers and  the Transnational Family in Singapore. In Vaish, V. (Ed.), Globalization of Language and  Culture in Asia: The Impact of Globalization Processes  on Language (pp. 82-106). London: Continuum.

    15.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2010). From Chaos  to Order: Language Change, Lingua Francas and  World Englishes. In Saxena, M.,  & Omoniyi, Tope  (Eds.), Contending with Globalization in World Englishes (pp. 45-71). Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

    16.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2008). Daoist Youths in Singapore: Attitudes, Beliefs and Language Choice. In Wong, T. C. (Ed.), Research of Taoism and  Culture (pp. 262-291). Singapore: World Scientific.

    17.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2008). "No  Fire in the  Belly": The Women's Movement in Singapore. In Cecilia, M.,  & Wang, Q. (Eds.), The Politics of Gender in Asia: Fields  of Challenge and  Change (pp. 88-119). Oslo: Nordic Institute



    18.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2008). Religious Switching and  Knowledge among Adolescents in Singapore. In Lai,  A. E. (Ed.), Religious Diversity in Singapore (pp. 381-410). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian  Studies.

    19.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2008). A Survey of English Textbooks in Singaore: Problems and  Strategies. In Hong, Z. L.,  Liu,  S. Z.,  & Ni,  W. J. (Eds.), Research on Mother Tongue Textbooks (pp. 99-119). Jiangsu: Jiangsu Education Press.

    20.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2008). Language Planning in Singapore: A Study of Pragmatic Sustainability. In Park,  J. K. (Ed.), A Festschift for Dr Lee Hyo Woong: Articles on Language and  Society (pp. 307-322). Pusan: Korea Maritime Univeristy.

    21.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2007). Creativity and  Innovation in ELT in Singapore. In Hu,  W. Z., & Wen,  Q. F. (Eds.), ELT in China. (Selected Papers  from the

    4th International Conference on ELT in China) (pp. 18-42). Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and  Research Press, Higher English Education Publishing.

    22.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2007). Remaking Singapore: Language, Culture and Identity in a Globalized World. In Tsui,  A.,  & Tollefson, J. (Eds.), Language Policy, Culture and  Identity in Asian  Contexts (pp. 65-85). New  Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.

    23.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2007). The History and  Policy  of English Education in Singapore. In Hee,  C. Y., & Spolksy, B. (Eds.), English Education in Asia: History and  Policies  (pp. 141-167). Seoul: Asia TEFL.

    24.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2006). Language Use and  Religious Practice: The Case of Singapore. In Omoniyi, T.,  & Fishman, J. (Eds.), Explorations in the Sociology of Language and  Religion (pp. 40-63). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

    25.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2006). Globalization and  Democratization: Gendered Responses in Singapore. In Ramli, R. (Ed.), Globalization, Gender and Democratization: Engagements in Southeast Asia. (pp. 36-58). Kuala Lumpur: Curzon/Penerbit University Kebangsaan Malaysia.

    26.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2005). ESL/EFL Development: National Case Studies (Singapore). In Robertson, P., Dash, P., & Jung,  J. (Eds.), English Language Learning in the  Asian  Context (pp. 65-77). Pusan: The Asian EFL Journal Press.

    27.  Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Singam, C. (2004). Modern Women, Traditional Wives.In Chin,  A.,  & Singam, C. (Eds.), Singapore Women Re-Presented (pp.

    274-285). Singapore: Singapore Landmark Books.

    28.  Horsky, B.,  & Chew,  P. G. L. (2004). Singapore: Schools in the  Service of Society. In Rotberg, I. C. (Ed.), Balancing Change and  Tradition in Global Education Reform (pp. 244-260). Plymouth: Rowman & Littlefield Education.

    29.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2003). Teaching Grammar. In Low,  E. L.,  & Noor, S. (Eds.), Teaching Tips for  Teachers and  Parents of Preschoolers and Primary School Children (pp. 73-78). Singapore: The Society for  Reading and  Literacy.

    30.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2002).  Psycho-Social Aspects of Aging. In Tham, S. C., Gan,  J., & Cheong, A. (Eds.), Towards a Society of all Ages: Lessons  from Religion and  Life.  (pp. 53-69). Singapore: United Nations Association of Singapore.

    31.  Chew,  P. G. L . (2001). Conflict Resolution: Linking the  Feminine and Masculine Principle. In Lauren, L. M.,  & Ronning, A. H. (Eds.), Gendering Empowerment (pp. 31-45). Geneva: International Federation of University Women.

    32.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1999). Gender Equality and  Human Rights. In Tan,  N. T.,& Kirpa, S. (Eds.), Human Rights Perspectives (pp. 53-69). Singapore: United Nations Association.

    33.  Kramer-Dahl, A.,  & Chew, P. G. L. (1999). Timely Interventions. In Chew, P. G. L.,  & Kramer-Dahl, A. (Eds.), Reading Singapore: Textual Practices of Singapore Culture (pp. 2-20). Singapore: Times  Academic Press.

    34.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1998). The Admission Interview:  Strategies of Alignment. In Gopinathan, S. et al.  (Ed.), Language, Society and  Education in Singapore: Issues and  Trends (pp. 191-203). Singapore: Times  Academic Press.

    35.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1996). Explanation and  Writing. In Yan,  V.,  & Abraham, S. (Eds.), The English Language in Singapore: Current Perspectives on the Teaching of Writing (pp. 124-132). Singapore: Singapore Association of Applied Linguistics.

    36.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1996). Towards a Critical Competence. In Nunan, D., Berry, R., & Berry, V. (Eds.), Language Awareness in Language Education (pp. 103-116). Hong  Kong: Dept. of Curriculum Studies, The University of Hong  Kong.

    37.  Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Tan,  E. S. (1993). Singapore Women-Looking Back (1950-1989). In Lam,  J. L.,  & Chew, P. G. L. (Eds.), Voices  and  Choices: The Women's Movement in Singapore (pp. 82-147). Singapore: Times Press.

    Journal Articles (Refereed)

    1.    Chew, P. G. L. (In-press). Language Choice  and  Religious Identities in Three  Singapore Madrasahs. The International Journal of the  Sociology of Language, 0(0), 000-000.


    2.    Chew,  P. G. L. (In-press). A Survey of Leadership and  Temple Management in Chinese Religion in China. China  Information Journal, under review, 000-000.


    3.    Chew,  P. G. L. (In-press). English as a Lingua Franca  in Institutions of Higher Education in Singapore. Asian  Journal of Applied English Studies, 1 (1), 00-00.


    4.    Chew, P. G. L. (In-press). Language, Gender and  Religion: The Principle of Equality and  the  Question of Power. Journal of Asian  Catholic Women Theologians, 5(1), 00-00.


    5.    Chew, P. G. L. (In-press). The Langauge of the  Market and  Nirvana. International Journal of the  Sociology of Language, under review, 00-00.

    6.    Chew, P. G. L. (In-press). Lingusitic and  Discoursal Strategies in Mentoring in a Religio-Educational Context. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, under review, 000-000.


    7.    Chew, P. G. L. (In-press). Lee Kuan  Yew and  the  Strategies of Linguistic Management. Linguistics and  the  Human Science, 00(00), 000-000.


    8.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2013). The Use of Singlish in the  Teaching of Islam. World Englishes, 32(3), 380-394.


    9.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2013). The Sacred and  the  Secular: A Case Study of Weekend and  Weekday Literacies. E-Utama, 4, 1-18.


    10.  Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Ong,  C. T. (2013). Language Shift: A Case Study of an Islamic Classroom. Language and  Communication Quarterly, 2(1), 73-91.


    11.  Ong,  C. T.,  & Chew, P. G. L. (2013). A Preliminary Study of Teacher Code- Switching in Islamic Education Instructions. The English Teacher, XLII(1),1-24.


    12.  Rui,  T.,  & Chew, P. G. L. (2013).  Pedagogical Use of Two Langauges in a Chinese Elementary School. Language, Culture and  the  Curriculum, 26(3), 317-331.

    13.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2009). In Pursuit of Linguistic Gold: Mothering in a Globalized World. English Today, 98(2), 11-18.


    14.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2009). Globalization, Multiple Intelligences and  ELT in Singapore. Malaysian Journal of ELT Research, 5(1), 27-55.


    15.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2008). Competition or Cooperation? Langauge and Education in Singapore. Asian  EFL Journal, 10(2), 230-247.


    16.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2006). Asian  Realities in Language Learning: The Case of Singapore. CELEA Journal, 29(1), 1-11.


    17.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2006). ELT Strategies with Multiple Intelligences. Studies in English Education, 11(2), 174-192.


    18.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2005). Change and  Continuity:  English language Teaching in Singapore. Asian  EFL Journal, 7(1), 1-29.


    19.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2003). Religious Pluralism in Chinese Religion. World Order, 34(1), 27-44.


    20.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2001). Political Women in Singapore: A Socio-Linguistic Analysis. Women Studies International Forum, 24(6), 727-736.

    21.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2001). Globalization, Cultural Diveristy and  Implications:A Case Study of Singapore. HKBU Papers  in Applied Language Studies 5, ,1-18.


    22.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2000). Islands and  National Identity. The Metaphors of Singapore. International Journal of the  Sociology of Language, 143, 121-137.

     23.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1999). Linguistic Imperialism, Globalism, and  the  English Language. The Aila  Review, 13(1), 37-48.


    24.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1998). Belief  Systems, Language and  Gatekeeping. Jurnal Bahasa  Jendela Alam, 2(1), 171-182.


    25.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1998). The Challenge of Unity: Women, Peace and  Power.International Journal on World Peace,  15(4), 29-42.


    26.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1997). Style-Switching in Interviews. Language, Culture and  Curriculum, 10(3), 208-222.


    27.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1997). Coming to Grips  with a Critical Methodology. Jurnal Bahasa  Moden, 10(1), 15-26.


    28.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1997). Generic Power  at the  Gate. World Englishes, 16(3), 392-405.


    29.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1997). Fears  and  Hopes: Globalization and  Teaching of the  International Auxiliary Language. Revista De Lenguas Para Fines Específicos, 4(1),  79-89.

     30.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1995). Aikido Politics in Interview Interaction. Linguistics and  Education, 7(4), 203-223.

    31.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1995). Lectal  Power  in Singapore English. World Englishes, 14(2), 163-180.

    32.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1994). The Singapore Council of Women and  the  Women's Movement. Journal of Southeast Asian  History, 25(1), 112-140.

    33.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1994). Deference and  the  Educational Interview. Singapore Journal of Education, 14(1), 67-80.

    34.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1993). Discourse Dynamics in Interview Interaction.Singapore Journal of Education, 13(2), 77-78.

    35.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1991). The Great Tao.  The Journal of Baha'i Studies, 4(2),11-39.

    36.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1989). Whither the  International Language. The Journal of Baha'i Studies, 2(2), 1-11.

    37.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1984). Nativization in Singapore Fiction. Univeristy ofHawaii Working Papers, 16(1), 30.


    Conference Papers (Published in Proceedings)

    1.    Chew,  P. G. L. (In-press). From  Third World to First: Lee Kuan  Yew and Lingusitic Management. In Mahboob, A. (Ed.) Language Sciences and  the Developing World (pp. 000-000). Australia: University of Sydney.

    2.    Chew, P. G. L. (In-press). The Linguistic Emergence of Chinese Religion.In Ayman, I. (Ed.) Lights of Irfan (pp. 000-000). Illinois, United States: Irfan Colloquia.

    3.    Chew,  P. G. L. (In-press). Gender in the  Religious Sphere: the  Principle of Equality and  the  Question of Power. In Brazal, A (Ed.) Gathering the  Voice of the  Sacred (pp. 200). Bangalore, Singapore: Ecclesia  of Women Theologians.

    4.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2013). Yin Yang Cosmology and  the  Baha'i Faith. In Ayman, I. (Ed.) Lights of Irfan (pp. 1-35). Illinois, United States: Irfan Colloquia.

    5.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2013). Language Choice  and  Religious Identities: Pedagogical Implications.  In Awashthi, J. R., Sajan, K. K.,  Sharma, B. K., Ghanashyam, S., & Prem, P. (Eds.) NELTA Conference Proceedings 2012 (pp. 87-90). Singapore, Nepal: Nepal  English Language Teachers' Association.

    6.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2010).  Chinese Family Religion: Prospects for the  2lst Century. In Family as a Value  in Terms of Religion, Tradition and Modernity. Selected Papers  (pp. 75-89). Antalya, Turkey: NA.

    7.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2008). Global  and  Local  Langauges in Singapore. In Leung, Y. N.,  Cheung, K. C., & Dai,  W. Y. (Eds.) Selected Papers  from the Sixteenth International Symposium on English Teaching (pp. 357-366). Taipei, Taiwan: English Teachers' Association.

    8.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2008).  Gender Mindsets and  Changing into  Multicultural Societies. In Honam Development and  Research Institute (Ed.) Living Together in Asia: Changing into Multicultural Communities and  Women (pp. 88-95). Honam, Korea: Honam Development and  Research Institute.

    9.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2006). The Making of the  Expert English Language Teacher: A Study of PRC and  Singaporean Teacher Education in Singapore and  Its Implications. In Wu,  Y. A. (Ed.) First  National Symposium of Foreign Teacher Education and  Development (pp. 32-42). Beijing, China: Beijing Foreign Studies University Press.

    10.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2006). ELT Strategies with Multiple Intelligences: A Case Study. In Ministry of Education (Ed.) Directions of English Education in Primary and  Secondary School  Contexts in Asia (pp. 87-96). Suncheon, Korea: Human Resources Development, Ministry of Education.

    11.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2004). Promoting Interaction in the  Language Classroom: The Case of Singapore. In Department of English, Gyeongsang National University (Ed.) Pan-Korea English Teachers International  Conference (pp.4-45). Gyeongsang, Korea: Gyeongsang National Univeristy.

    12.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1998). Conflict Resolution, Women's Involvment and Resolution. In Rowling, A. et al.  (Ed.) Interdisciplinary Seminars, International Federation of University Women (pp. 98-111). Graz,  Austria: International Federation of Univeristy Women.

    13.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1998). An Ecolinguistic Reading of Global  vs. Local Language: The Case of Singapore. In ESEA Conference Committee (Ed.) Third Regional Conference on English in Southeast Asia: ASEAN Perspectives (pp. 54-76). Bandar Seri  Begawan, Brunei: NA.

    14.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1996). Cultural Diversity: Global  Implications for Language Learning and  Teaching. In 7th  ACTA-ATESOL  Committee (Ed.) ACTA-ATESOL  National Conference and  the  7th  TESOL in Teacher Education Conference (pp. 96-117).  Darwin, Australia: TESOL Darwin, Northern Territory.


    Journal Articles (Non-refereed)

    1.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2013). Where Have  all the  Women Gone?  The Gender Gap in Power  Politics. Gender Perspectives, 4(1), 1-4.

    2.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2011). Multiculturalism: A Study of Plurality and  Solidairty in Colonial Singapore. Biblio Asia, 6(4), 14-18.

    3.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2010). Childhood Memories. Biblio Asia, 6(2), 43-44.

    4.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2009). An Ethnographic Survey of Language Use, Attitudes and  Beliefs of Singaporen Daoist Youths. Asia Research Institute Working Paper  Series, 118, 1-20.

    5.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2007).  Emerging Lingua Francas and  World Orders. Newsletter of the  International Association of Teachers' of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL), 65(1), 4-5.

    6.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2004). Sons  and  Daughters: Benevolent Patiriarchy in Singapore. Journal of the  Nordic Institute of Asian  Studies, 1(3), 6-9.

    7.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2001). The Dialogue between Yin and  Yang Concepts. The Singapore Bahai  Studies Journal, 6(1), 3-39.

    8.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2000). Buddhism in the  Family of Chinese Religion. The Singapore Bahai  Studies Journal, 5(1), 3-33.

    9.    Chew,  P. G. L. (1999). Singapore Women's Movement: Challenges for the Next Millennium. The Singapore Bahai  Studies Journal, 4(1), 3-33.

    10.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1998). The Death of Distance. The Internet and  Its Implications for  Langauge Teachers. Herald of the  South, 49(1), 2-5.

    11.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1998). The Soul  in Chinese and  Bahai  Beliefs. The Singapore Bahai  Studies Review, 3(1), 3-35.

    12.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1998). Gender and  Power. Awareness, 5(2), 20-35.

    13.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1997). The Commonwealth Literature Prize: Memoirs of a Feminist. Awareness, 4(2), 36-40.

    14.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1997). Life,  Death and  Immortality: The Taoist Religion in Singapore. The Singapore Bahai Studies Review, 2(1), 59-90.

    15.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1996). The Emergence of the  Baha'i Faith  in Singapore. The Singapore Baha'i Studies Review, 1(1), 23-48.

    16.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1996). Language Learning and  Environmental Education. Review of Educational Research and  Advances for  Teachers (REACT), 5(1), 1-4.

    17.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1996). English and  the  Internet. The English and  Media Magazine, 35(3), 49-50.

    18.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1996). A Journey of Discovery. Australian Council for the Arts, 8(3), 15-16.

    19.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1996). Violence in the  Family: Getting to the  Basics. Awareness, 3(1), 31-41.

    20.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1995). Explanation in Singapore Schools. ASCD Review (CDIS Journal), 6(1), 28-33.

    21.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1995). Religion Should Be the Cause  of Unity. Asian Conference on Religion and  Peace,  4(4), 13-18.

    22.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1993). Confucius: Sage  or Prophet. Herald of the  South,34(1), 42-48.

    23.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1992). Teaching Indirectness. Guidelines (RELC Journal), 14(1), 20-29.

    24.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1992). Critical Linguistics and  Its Implications for  Schools. Review of Educational Research and  Advances for  Teachers (REACT-NIE Journal), 2(2), 1-4.

    25.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1991). Why  Can't Everyone Speak  English. English Teaching Forum, 29(1), 43-44.

    26.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1991). Which  Language for  Our  Common Future. Herald of the  South, 23(2), 40-43.

    27.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1990). A Champion of Asian  Women. Herald of the  South, 22(1), 4-9.

    28.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1989). The Hidden Message  in Language. One Voice,  1,10-11.

    29.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1987). ESL, EFL or EIIL-A Singaporean Perspective. English Teaching Forum, 25(1), 44-45.

    30.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1987). Introducing Computers in the  Curriculum: Getting Started. The Educational Administrator, 16, 7-10.

    31.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1987). Choosing CALL Software. Teaching and  Learning, 7(2), 22-26.

    32.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1987). Swimming against the  Tide: Teaching the  Rules  of a Changing Spoken and  Written English. STETS Language and Communication Review, 1(1), 13-14.

    33.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1986). English as an International Langauge: Issues and Implications. Teaching and  Learning, 6(2), 16-20.

    34.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1986). Encouraging a Personal Response in Writing:  A Collaborative Approach. TELL (Teaching of English Language and Literature), 3(1), 10-16.

    35.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1985). A Look  into the  Future: The Word-Processor and the  Writing Class.  Teaching and  Learning, 5(2), 75-78.

    36.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1983). English as an International Language. East West Center Journal, 1(1), 1-3.

    37.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1983). "Impulse" - Beginning and  End.  East West  Center Participants' Association Journal, 4, 1-12.

    38.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1980). What's in a Painting? A Look  at an Educational Television Lesson. Guidelines (SEAMEO RELC),  2(4), 63-81.

    39.  Chew,  P. G. L (1979). Observing and  Verbalizing via the  Haiku. Surge, 2(2), 18-37.

    University Texts/Professional Books

    1. Chew, P. G. L. (2007). Post-Graduate Diploma in Education: Teaching Grammar and  Writing. Singapore: Emirates College for Advanced Education and  External Programmes, National Institute  of Education.


    2. Lam,  J., & Chew, P. G. L. (Eds.). (1993). Voices  and  Choices: The Women's Movement in Singapore. Singapore: Singapore Council of Women's Organisation and  the  Baha'i Women's Committee.

    Creative Writing

    1. Chew, P. G. L.,  et al.  (1998). Women's Inspiration: A Book  of Quotations. Singapore: University Women's Association of Singapore.


    Published Reviews  of Scholarly Work

    1. Chew, P. G. L. (2011). The Theme of Love  [Review of Puthucherry, R. The Tessellated Path]. Southeast Asia Review of English, 49, 99-101.

    2. Chew, P. G. L. (2005). Medium or Message?  Language and  Faith  in Ethnic Churches [Review of Woods, A. Medium or Message?  Language and  Faith  in Ethnic Churches]. Applied Linguistics, 26(2), 278-281.

     3. Chew, P. G. L. (2003). Teaching English as an International Language: Rethinking Goals  and  Approaches [Review of McKay,  S. L. Teaching English as an International Language]. Asia Pacific  Journal of Education, 23(2), 205-206.


    4. Chew, P. G. L. (2003). Appropriating English: Innovation in the  Global Business of English Langauge Teaching [Review of Singh, M.,  Kell, P., & Ambigapathy, P. Appropriating English: Innovation in the  Global  Business of English Langauge Teaching]. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 23(2),201-204.


    5. Chew, P. G. L. (2000). Review of Wives, Mistresses and  Matriarchs [Review of Williams, L. Wives, Mistresses and  Matriarchs]. Awareness, 7(2), 104-107.


    Professional Article

    1.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2004, September). Building a Culture of Peace.  Creative Life,  7, 12-16.


    2.    Chew,  P. G. L. (1998, January). International Women's Day.  One Voice, June, 11.


    3.    Chew,  P. G. L. (1997, April). Problems with Boundaries in Langauge Education: Learning to Live  with Fuzzedgedness. National Institute of Education Staff Magazine, 9, 2.


    4.    Chew,  P. G. L. (1996, January). Bintan Island Seminar: Suggestions andRecommendations for  Language Professionals. NIE Newsletter, 19, 10-11.


    5.* Gupta, A.,  & Chew, P. G. L. (1996, June  1). Using  Non-Sexist Language. A Workbook for  Using  Non-Sexist Langauge, 2, 1-30.


    6.    Chew,  P. G. L. (1995, April). Elizabeth Choy: War  Heroine. One Voice, April, 10-13.


    7.    Chew,  P. G. L. (1994, December). Women Warriors. Marie  Claire, December, 52-55.


    8.    Chew,  P. G. L. (1994, January). First  City  Mother. One Voice,  March, 10-13.


    9.    Chew,  P. G. L. (1994, November). First  Family Planner. One Voice, Novemeber, 10-12.


    10.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1994, November). Women Unforgettable. One Voice, November, 15-18.


    11.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1993, November). The Quiet Crusader. One Voice, November, 10-12.


    12.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1993, July). Champion of Muslim Women. One Voice,  July,10-14.


    13.  Chew,  P. G. L. (1989, November). The Hidden Message  in Language. One Voice,  January, 10-12.


    School  Textbook

    1.    Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Toh,  W. C. (2010). Essential Grammar, Book  4.Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Education.


    2.    Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Toh,  W. C. (2010). Essential Grammar, Book  3. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Education.


    3.    Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Toh,  W. C. (2009). Distinction in English: Grammar Handbook. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Education.


    4.    Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Toh,  W. C. (2008). Writing Essentials. Singapore: Oxford University Press.


    5.    Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Toh,  W. C. (2008). Grammar Adventure. Singapore: Pearson Longman.


    6.    Chew,  P. G. L. (2004). In Step: A Course  Book  for  Primary School, Primary 6. Singapore: Pan Pacific-Times Media.


    7.    Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Toh,  W. C. (2004). O Level  Comprehensiion Series. Singapore: Oxford University Press.


    8.    Chew,  G. L. P. (2003). In Step: A course English for  Primary School, Primary 5. Singapore: SNP-Pan  Pacific.


    9.    Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Toh,  W. C. (2003). Better Grammar with Longman, Primary 2, Activity Book  2. Singapore: Longman.


    10.  Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Toh,  W. C. (2003). Better Grammar with Longman, Primary 3, Acticity Book  3. Singapore: Longman.


    11.  Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Toh,  W. C. (2003). Better Grammar with Longman, Primary 4, Activity Book  4. Singapore: Longman.


    12.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2002). In Step: A course English for  Primary School Primary 3. Singapore: SNP-Pan  PAC.


    13.  Chew,  P. G. L. (2002). In Step: A course English for  Primary School Primary 4. Singapore: SNP-Pan  Pac.


    14.  Chew,  P. G. L.,  & Toh,  W. C. (2002). English the  Basics. Singapore:  EPB- Pan Pacific.