Dr. Adebanjo Mopelola Omowumi joined the services of AOCOED on the 2nd January, 2002, as a lecturer 3 with M.Ed (G&C). She rose through the ranks and was confirmed a senior lecturer by LASUED in 2021. She has attained MA(Eng), & PhD language education. Her areas of specialization are: applied linguistics, Sociolinguistics and Phonology

  1. Chapters in Books

    Jegede, F.O., Adeniyi, K.O. & Adebanjo, M.O. (2019).Socio-Cultural Perception of Sexist Yoruba proverbs in (Eds). Akinloye Ojo, Ibigbolade, Aderibige & Felisters JjepchchirchirKiprono, Gender and Development in Africa and its Diaspora. Routledge. New York. Pp 62-72   (INTERNATIONAL)
  1. Adebanjo, Mopelola Omowumi & Iwaeni, Ronke Dorcas (2023). Code Switching and Code Mixing: Basic Tools for the English/Yoruba Bilingual students in Lagos. In International Journal of Language Education (IJLE), VOL.1, NOS 1 & 2 pp 78-82.
  2. Kikelomo Adeniyi. Francis Jegede & Mopelola Adebanjo (2023). Language of ‘Corona – Drivus’(Corona Virus) in South West Nigeria: A Sociolinguistic Perspective. In Iseakosi, Journal of Nigerian Languages and Linguistics. Maiden Edition, 333-341
  3. Mopelola Omowumi ADEBANJO and Adetunji, Michael ALOBA (2023). The English teacher’s profile and his students’ performance in English language. A Journal of the College of Languages & Communication Arts Education in honour of Alagba Adebanbo Joseph Rotimi. Vol2,No 1pp 35-45
  4. Kikelomo Adeniyi, Nkechi Ike-Nwafor, Mopelola Adebanjo & Mary Ikuenomor (2022). Poor mastery of Literacy Skills in English Language and effects on graduate unemployment in Nigeria. A Journal of Early Childhood Care and Primary Education, (JECPED) College of Specialised and Professional Education, Lagos State University of Education, Otto/Ijanikin, (LASUED), Lagos State. Vol1, No.1, pp 67-74
  5. Kikelomo Adeniyi, Mopelola Adebanjo, Abimbola Azeez & Jamima Isiaka (2022). Stemming the tide of failure in Literature in English: Critique of two selected literary texts for West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE). A Journal of College of Language and Communication Arts Education,   (JOCOLCAED) Lagos State University of Education, Otto//Ijanikin, Lagos. VOL 1, NO 1. pp225-242
  6. Kikelomo Adeniyi, Mopelola Adebanjo, Tony Hunyibo, Oluwasegun Adeniyi & Aiyelokun, Omotoyosi Oluwatosin. (2022) Effect of Social Media on student reading skills: A study of selected students of Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos State. A Lagos Journal of Vocational & Technical Education (LAJOVTED). Lagos State University of Education, Otto/Ijanikin. Vol.9 no.1, 2022 pp.89-102.
  7. Ezekiel Bolaji, Adebanjo, Mopelola Omowumi & Ronke, Dorcas Iwaeni (2022). Parametric variation of functional categories in English and Ogu. Journal of Nursery and Primary Education Instructors in Nigeria. ANPEIN Journal 2022. Vol.5(1)pp 213-220
  8. Adebanjo, M. O. (2021).The traditionalists’ approach to Language Teaching and Learning. Journal of School of Languages, AOCOED. Vol2. No.5 Special Edition in honour of Somoye, Bolanle Idowu. Pp 68-76
  9. Somoye, B. I. & Adebanjo, M. O. (2018). Literacy as a Panacea for Eradication of Poverty and Graduate Unemployment in Nigeria’s International Journal of Language Education Communication and Development (I.J.L.E.CO.D). School of Languages, AOCOED & Istitutd’ Enseignement Superior Sonoud’Afrique, Republique du Benin. Vol.1 No3 pp 41-46
  10. Kehinde, T. & Adebanjo, M.O (2016): Translation: An Effective Tool for Teaching Yoruba/English. The International Academic Forum. ISSN 2189-104 Pp 49-59 (INTERNATIONAL)  
  11. 12 Bolaji, E.T & Adebanjo, M.O (2012): Communicative Significance of Fashion: The 21st Century Dilemma in African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge. (1) 3 pp124-139
  12. Bolaji, E.T. & Adebanjo, M.O (2010):  Communications, Language and Culture: A Study of Yoruba Semiotics in Journal of Black and African Arts & Civilization (4) 1 pp 111-125.
  13. Bolaji, E.T. & Adebanjo, M.O. (2020). Cohesion in Language Study. Journal ofEducational Research Development, AOCOED, COEASU, Ijanikin, Lagos. Vol. 16, No.2. June 2020. Pp 140-148
  14. Adebanjo, M.O. (2019).  Second Language Learning and Interference: An inseparable duo. Journal of Directorate of Degree Programme, AOCOED, Otto Ijanikin,Vol     6, 2019 pp 1-9
  15. Adebanjo, M.O. (2018): An Assessment of the Methods of Teaching English as aSecondary Language. Journal of School of Languages vol 5: pp 42-48
  16. Jegede, F.O. Adebanjo, M. O. & Balogun Saheed (2015). Teaching English in Large ELT Classes. Approaches, Technologies and Pedagogies. In Osiele Journal of Educational Studies Vol &, 295-302
  17. Adebanjo, M.O. (2014): Approaches and Strategies of Teaching Reading Comprehension. Journal of School of Languages (JOSLAN), AOCOED, Ijanikin Vol. 2,No.2,pp.123- 142
  18. Adeniyi, K.O. & Adebanjo, M.O (2014); Promoting Personal Health and Hygiene in Schools Through Reading Passages and Continuous Writing. Nigerian School Health Journal, Lagos. 26(2); pp. 68-77
  19. Ezekiel, T.B., Adebanjo, M.O. & Sanni, R.A (2014) Patterns of Code Switching in Mixed Yoruba-English Interrogative Sentences in Online Journal of Cognitive Sciences Seoul National University15:259-286. (INTERNATIONAL)
  20. Bolaji, E.T., Adebanjo, M.O. & Adekoya, F.O.  (2011): Complementary Yoruba Proverbs: Analysis of their Structure and Aesthetics. In Continuing Education Review. Vol.1No.1 pp10-18.
  21. Bolaji, E.T., Adebanjo, M.O. & Jegede, F.O (2009); Methodology and English Language Teaching –Learning at a Distance in the 21st Century. In Sandwich Education Review (10) 1 pp. 89-95
  22. Bolaji, E.T. & Adebanjo, M.O. (2006): Lexico-Syntactic Features of Non-Standard Nigerian English Usage. In AOCOED Sandwich Education Review. (8) 1 pp. 34-42
  23. Adebanjo, M.O (2010): The Language Laboratory and the 21st Century ESL Teacher in Journal of School Languages, Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Otto/Ijanikiin. (1) 9 pp.60-67.
  24. Adebanjo, M.O. (2008): The Use of Slangy Expressions by Students of Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education. In Journal of School of Languages, AOCOED, Ijanikin, Lagos. (1) 8  pp.89-95

Bolaji, E.T & Adebanjo, M.O. (2008); Speech Delivery and Stress Assignment on Words in English; Some Guidelines. In Journal of School of Part-Time Studies, AOCOED, Ijanikin. Pp24-30