Dr. Comfort Oyinloye

Phonology, Applied Linguistics and Curriculum Development.

About Dr. Comfort Oyinloye


Oyinloye Comfort Adebola studied at Ondo State University and University of Ado Ekiti, in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State for her B.A (Ed.) and M.A (Ed.) in 1999 and 2004 respectfully. She had her PhD in English Language Education at the University of Ibadan, Oyo State in 2010. She is an Associate Professor of English Language Education and Curriculum Studies in the Department of Education, Babcock University. She has served Babcock University in various capacities such as Head of Department of Educational Foundations 2013-2015, Head of Department of Education 2015-2017. Current member of Babcock University Schools’ Management Board. She authored scholarly articles in both local and internationals.

Oyinloye has taught different courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels and they include: Teaching English as a Second Language, Introduction to Sociolinguistics, the History of English language, Theories of a Second Language Acquisition and Use, Introduction to English Phonetics and Phonology, Advanced Communication in Educational Management, Introduction to Human Communication, Introduction to the Study of Reading, Introduction to Prose Fiction, Varieties of World English, English Language Skills, Technical Writing, English Composition, Introduction to Teaching Profession, Teaching Method 1 & 11, Curriculum Development and Instruction, Philosophical, Sociological and Psychological Foundations of Education and Biblical Education Studies. She has supervised students’ researches, also served as external and internal examiner for both Masters’ and PhD dissertations, and also served as an external moderator of students’ projects in neighbouring universities.

She is a member of Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN), International Association of Language Educators (IALE), National Association of Teachers and Researchers in English as a Second Language (NATRESL), Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), Association of Phoneticians and Phonoologists in Nigeria (APPN) and, an associate member of Centre for Language Research and English Proficiency (CLAREP).



Area of Research

Phonology, Applied Linguistics and Curriculum Development.