Staff > Cg Norazmie

Dr. Mohamed Norazmie bin Haji Mohamed Yusof

Malay and Borneo, Education Officer

Office 35, 3rd floor, Language Centre / University Technology Hub (UTH) building +673 2463001 ext. 2404

Academic Background

  • PhD Linguistic – Universiti Malaysia Sabah (2021)

  • MA Education – University of Warwick (2012)

  • BA Education – Universiti Brunei Darussalam (2010)

Teaching Areas

  • Language and Culture

Research Areas

  • Role Play

  • Drama in Education

  • Creative Teaching

  • Teaching Language

  • Brunei Ethnic Language

• Yusof, N. (2013). Telus (Ed.). Antologi Naskah Drama Sel Telur Dalam Tabung Ziarah (pp. 3-15), Badan Pengembangan dan Pembinaan Bahasa, Jakarta.

• Yusof, N. (2015, April) Drama in Education: A Possibility of a creative and engaging learning experience. Paper presented at The Australian Academy of Business and Social Sciences conference, Sydney Australia.

• Yusof, N. (2016, April) The Benefits of Using Role Play in Teaching Unwritten Ethnic Language : A Case Study. Paper Presented at The Asian Conference on Language Learning conference, Kobe Japan.

• Yusof, N., & Haji Mahali, S. (2019). Pengaruh Bahasa Melayu dalam Bahasa Dusun Brunei. Jurnal Bahasa, 19(1), 96-116. Can be retrieved from:

• Huszka, B., Yusof, N., Mohiel-Din Ahmed, M. ., & Jun, T. K. (2021). English, Arabic, and Chinese Loanwords in Brunei Malay . LingPoet: Journal of Linguistics and Literary Research2(3), 1-12. (Link)

• Yusof, N., & Alas, Y. (2021). Benefits and Students’ Perception on Role-Play Teaching Technique: Progressive & Fun Learning Experiences in Brunei. Indonesian Journal on Learning and Advanced Education (IJOLAE) 3 (3):225-234. (Link

•Yusof, N., & Alas, Y. (2021). Using Role-Play to Teach Minority Ethnic Languages: A Case Study at Universiti Brunei Darussalam. in Phan, L.H., Kumpoh, A., Wood, K., Jawawi, R., Said, H. (Eds.), Globalisation, Education, and Reform in Brunei Darussalam (pp. 177-196). Palgrave Macmillan. (Link)