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University ELTU a 'Centre of Excellence' — University of Leicester

University ELTU a 'Centre of Excellence' — University of Leicester | EAP | Scoop.it
High praise for English Language Teaching Unit in British Council inspection
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Electronic Village Online / Call for Proposals 2014

Electronic Village Online / Call for Proposals 2014 | EAP | Scoop.it
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A call for / an opportunity for volunteers to moderate a session for the online extension of TESOL's 2014 convention and to get some free training in online discussion moderation.

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BALEAP Professional Issues Meeting - Oxford Brookes University

BALEAP Professional Issues Meeting
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Walking The Talk - Rethinking 'Teacher Talk' for EAP

My talk from the Janus Moment BALEAP conference in Nottingham, UK (20.04.13). I argue that we need a more refined way of recognising and thinking about how 'teacher talk' in EAP functions to mediate student learning. I re-purpose a model from cognitive apprenticeship to suggest what the beginnings of this might look like.


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EAP Conference 2013 | Berlin, May 4

EAP Conference 2013 | Berlin, May 4 | EAP | Scoop.it
The Future of English for Academic Purposes

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Steve Kirk's curator insight, March 7, 2013 11:09 AM

This is the dedicated website for EULEAP's one day confererence, The Future of EAP, taking place in Berlin on 4th May 2013. Varied programme of speakers. Panel discussion. Free entry...but limited to 100 participants, so sign up quick :-)

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Reflecting on BAWE | The EAP archivist

Reflecting on BAWE | The EAP archivist | EAP | Scoop.it
Funnily enough I read this article on the train journey from Coventry to Southampton for the BALEAP PIM last weekend where I went to a session delivered by Hilary Nesi and Andy Gillet about the development of teaching materials ...

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EAPtising the academy – BALEAP session | The EAP archivist

EAPtising the academy – BALEAP session | The EAP archivist | EAP | Scoop.it
This is a slightly unusual post for me in that it has emerged out of a presentation I gave at the recent BALEAP conference at Nottingham University. The presentation was entitled 'EAPtising the Academy: informing and ...
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New Academic English project | Cambridge University Press | ELT

New Academic English project | Cambridge University Press | ELT | EAP | Scoop.it
Find teaching and learning resources from Cambridge University Press, a leading ELT publisher. Browse, shop, and download a wide range of materials today
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Authenticity in EAP - Faculty of Arts - University of Leeds

BALEAP professional interest meeting
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LLL: Language, Linguistics & Learning: BALEAP Competency ...

LLL: Language, Linguistics & Learning: BALEAP Competency ... | EAP | Scoop.it
BALEAP (formerly British Association of Lecturers in English for Academic Purposes) is the self-professed "Global Forum for EAP Professionals." The BALEAP competency framework was published in August 2008.
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Writing for a Purpose | LearnEnglish | British Council

Writing for a Purpose | LearnEnglish | British Council | EAP | Scoop.it

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Steve Kirk's curator insight, July 8, 2013 3:54 AM

This is a great collection of learning resources, designed by Andy Gillet (@UEfAP | http://www.uefap.com/) for the British Council. The resources draw on the BAWE corpus work done by Hilary Nesi and Sheila Gardner, published as Genres across the Disciplines: Student Writing in Higher Education (CUP). Students (and teachers) can learn about the 13 genre families identified and their relevance to UK university study. The website materials are ESRC funded - and free for all to use.

Shona Whyte's curator insight, July 24, 2013 2:08 PM

Nicely designed e-learning resource with integrated activities.

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International Student Experience Journal

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The International Student Experience Journal is a peer-reviewed online publication for those involved in the field of  researching, teaching and providing services to international students in the UK and other English speaking countries. The Journal links the everyday concerns of university staff including academics, researchers and EAP practitioners with insights gained from related academic disciplines such as applied linguistics, education, psychology, and sociology"


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In this first issue, Simon Gieve and I had the chance to write up the presentation that we had delivered at the BALEAP PIM in Leicester (25/06/11).

If you're interested, the paper is 'The use of Exploratory Practice as a form of collaborative practitioner research'.

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Dogme and EAP @ BALEAP: Part 1 | keepitrealELT

Dogme and EAP @ BALEAP: Part 1 | keepitrealELT | EAP | Scoop.it
BALEAP Nottingham April 2013, what a great conference! I can't believe it was 2 months ago already! It was the first time I'd attended this dedicated EAP event and I got so much out of the different sessions I went to.
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BALEAP PIM Saturday 10th November 2012 | Languages at ...

On Saturday 10th November 2012, the English Language Section at the University of Southampton hosted a successful BALEAP (British Association of Lecturers in English for Academic Purposes) Professional Interest ...
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