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.
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 ...
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 ...
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.
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"
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.
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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