TESOL International Association’s research agenda calls for research informed by practice. This call empowers scholar-practitioners to systematically observe and investigate activities in diverse TESOL contexts. In this blog post, I share how I used critical discourse analysis (CDA) for research in a fifth-grade English-medium classroom in a U.S. public school. Before turning to the research, let us briefly delve into CDA. Continue reading
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