Laura has written a number of publications related to English language teaching, particularly on internationally intelligible pronunciation and on teacher education. All are listed here, with download/purchase links where available.
- Patsko, L. & K. Simpson (2018). How to write pronunciation activities. Published by ELT Teacher 2 Writer. Buy the ebook from Amazon, Smashwords or iBooks. Read a summary of contents.
- Dewey, M. & L. Patsko (2017). ELF and Teacher Education [Chapter 35]. In Jenkins, J., Baker, W., & Dewey, M. (Eds.). Handbook of English as a Lingua Franca. Published by Routledge. Download the full chapter (accepted manuscript version).
- Patsko, L. & R. Walker (2017). Teaching the pronunciation of English as a Lingua Franca. In Murphy, J. (Ed.) Teaching the Pronunciation of English: Focus on Whole Courses. University of Michigan Press.
- Patsko, L. & K. Simpson (2015). Practical pronunciation ideas for teaching in an ELF context. Speak Out! The newsletter of the IATEFL Pronunciation Special Interest Group, issue 52, pp. 41-47.
- Patsko, L. (2014). Is CLT fair to introverts? Teacher Development (the newsletter of the IATEFL Teacher Development Special Interest Group), 70, pp. 3-4.
- Patsko, L. & K. Simpson (2014). Learner needs and goals: who cares? Speak Out! The newsletter of the IATEFL Pronunciation Special Interest Group, 51, pp. 47-55.
- Patsko, L. (2014). Review of English Phonetics and Phonology (4th edition ebook) by Peter Roach. Modern English Teacher, 23/4, pp. 80-81.
- Patsko, L. (2014). Pronunciation in English as a lingua franca: A brief introduction. ETAS Journal, 31/2, pp. 28-29.
- Patsko, L. (2013). Using the lingua franca core to promote students’ mutual intelligibility in the multilingual classroom: Five teachers’ experiences. Unpublished MA dissertation, King’s College London.
- Patsko, L. (2013). Throw yourself into the mix. ETAS Journal, 30/3, pp. 38-9.