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The TEFLology Podcast

Release Date: 01/30/2019

Small Changes, Big Results by John Fanselow - Ep 6: Chapter 7, Section 4 show art Small Changes, Big Results by John Fanselow - Ep 6: Chapter 7, Section 4

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In the first episode of the second part of this limited series, John reads from Chapter 7, section 4, a section called “very good, great job, excellent”. The audio you hear is an abridged arrangement of the written book version. 

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Interview 64: Dario Banegas on Teacher Research show art Interview 64: Dario Banegas on Teacher Research

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Today we bring you an interview with Dr Dario Banegas. Dario is a lecturer in in TESOL with the School of Education at the University of Strathclyde.

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104: TEFLology Live (Part 3) show art 104: TEFLology Live (Part 3)

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Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast! 

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104: TEFLology Live (Part 2) show art 104: TEFLology Live (Part 2)

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Welcome to The TEFLology Podcast! 

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104: TEFLology Live (Part 1) show art 104: TEFLology Live (Part 1)

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Welcome to The TEFLology Podcast! 

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103: Emoji, Duolingo Revisited, and Cheris Kramarae show art 103: Emoji, Duolingo Revisited, and Cheris Kramarae

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In this episode, Matthew charts the history and use of emoji, Rob reflects on his Duolingo language learning experiences, and Matt talks about Cheris Kramarae's work on Muted Group Theory. 

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Interview 63: Russell Stannard on Teacher Technology show art Interview 63: Russell Stannard on Teacher Technology

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Welcome to The TEFLology Podcast!

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Episode 102: Remote Professional Development, Paul Pimsleur, and Pronunciation show art Episode 102: Remote Professional Development, Paul Pimsleur, and Pronunciation

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Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast – a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters.

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Episode 101: Racism in ELT and Remote Teaching Reflections show art Episode 101: Racism in ELT and Remote Teaching Reflections

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In today's episode we address the two issues that are dominating world events at the moment. In the first section, we respond to the demonstrations triggered by George Floyd's murder with a short account about race and racism in ELT. In the second part of the show, we reflect on our experiences with teaching remotely, due restrictions brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.  

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Interview 62: Richard J. Sampson on Language Learner Psychology show art Interview 62: Richard J. Sampson on Language Learner Psychology

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Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast – a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters.

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More Episodes

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast – A podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters.

This is just a quick announcement to let you all know, that for the months of February and March, we’ll be taking a short break from podcasting.  

This is due to the three of us having some other commitments that need to be focused on during this period.

Since June 2014, when our show first began, we have worked hard, and are proud of the fact, that we have released a new episode every two weeks. So, we hope you don’t mind us taking a short break for the next couple months.

We have plenty of interviews lined up for April, such as interviews with Donna Brinton, Diane Larsen-Freeman, and Michael Swan, so we’re really looking forward to sharing these with you. As well as our interviews, the three of us will also be back together to talk about different topics related to our field.

In the meantime, you can find our back catalogue on:

iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-teflology-podcast/id897413013?mt=2

YouTube -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZUvEqf5A7m7OADQoMOV8AA

Our Website - https://teflology-podcast.com

We’d also really appreciate it if you could continue to share our show on Twitter (https://twitter.com/teflology?lang=en) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TEFLologypodcast/)

If you have any questions or requests for us, please email at teflology@gmail.com, and we’ll reply as soon as possible.

Thank you for your understanding, and we’ll be with you all again in April.