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Exploring Project-Based Work: The Mixed Methods of Trust

Jennifer Lacroix and Doreen Miller
Jennifer Lacroix and Doreen Miller

Exploring project-based work with L2 English university-bound students can take many forms as we, as English language teachers, have access to almost any type of content for our language instruction. So, how can we use project-based work to help prepare … Continue reading

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The 25th ESP Project Leader Profile: Laurence Anthony

Kevin Knight
Kevin Knight

Hello, ESPers worldwide! In this 25th ESP Project Leader Profile, it is my pleasure to present to you an ESP researcher and practitioner in Japan, Dr.¬†Laurence Anthony. According to his bio: Laurence Anthony is Professor of Applied Linguistics at the … Continue reading

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Writing a Dissertation: Tips From Former PhD Students (Part 1)

Elena Shvidko
Elena Shvidko

Thinking back to the beginning of my doctoral studies, I remember having an enormous fear of writing a dissertation. Everything appeared to be intimidating: choosing a topic, collecting data, analyzing and interpreting results, writing chapters, and, of course, defending the … Continue reading

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ELT Best Practices: EAP in Canada

Sherry Blok
Sherry Blok

Scott Roy Douglas, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia‚Äôs Okanagan campus and Publications Chair of TESOL affiliate BC TEAL, speaks of EAP in the Canadian context, authentic tasks for authentic purposes using authentic … Continue reading

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Graduate Student Voices: Writing as a Nonnative Speaker

Elena Shvidko
Elena Shvidko

As a nonnative speaker of English, I know that writing in a second language might be challenging, particularly when it comes to academic discourse. A considerable body of research in our field provides numerous suggestions on how to help undergraduate … Continue reading

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