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Teachers Research! 1 April 2014 - Interested?

Teachers Research! 1 April 2014 - Interested? | Practitioner Research | Scoop.it
'Teachers Research!’ will be a special day dedicated to research by teachers for teachers, with supportive insights from Dick Allwright , Anne Burns and David Nunan . There’ll be opportunities to...
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Looking forward to the event.

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Understanding the EAP context | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC

Understanding the EAP context | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC | Practitioner Research | Scoop.it

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History of EAP and of BALEAP

History of EAP and of BALEAP | Practitioner Research | Scoop.it

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Steve Kirk's curator insight, April 29, 2013 7:34 AM

This is a panel discussion on the history of EAP and of BALEAP, organized and chaired by Richard Smith. Panellists: John Swales, Andy Gillett and Meriel Bloor. The discussion was held at the Biennial BALEAP Conference (‘The Janus Moment in EAP: Revisiting the Past and Building the Future’), University of Nottingham, 20 April 2013.

 

You can listen to an audio-recording of the panel discussion (1hr 25 min) by clicking on the photo on the website.

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How useful is Tesol academic research?

How useful is Tesol academic research? | Practitioner Research | Scoop.it

Read Penny Ur in the Guardian - on taking TESOL academic research with caution. We have talked about 'the duty of doubt' in approaching reading and published findings. Penny talks about something similar. We need to make the research matter to us, as teachers...


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