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Josephine’s main area of interest is bilingual education, and in particular, the classroom, program, and policy-level practices in EFL immersion and bilingual education settings. Her work primarily takes on a conversation analytic perspective that investigates the participation and interaction structures of bilingual/multilingual students and instructors. She also utilizes other discourse analytic and qualitative approaches to study the issues, concerns, and challenges that arise from the implementation of EFL immersion and bilingual education. Other than research, she has taught in various contexts that range from private institutes to university settings and has experience with learners of all ages. As a result, she is also interested in pedagogical topics like L2 listening and speaking, curriculum design/evaluation, and material development.