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==podcasts for teachers==
 
==podcasts for teachers==
teflology podcast <ref>https://teflology-podcast.com/</ref>
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* teflology podcast <ref>https://teflology-podcast.com/</ref>
developod is the podcast of the Teacher Development sig of IATEFL <ref>https://tdsig.org/developod-tdsigs-podcast/</ref>
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* developod is the podcast of the Teacher Development sig of IATEFL <ref>https://tdsig.org/developod-tdsigs-podcast/</ref>
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* digital education practices podcast <ref>https://digitaleducationpractices.com/podcast/</ref>

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There are plenty of promising avenues in this topic: English for Academic Purposes, Data driven learning (which makes use of corpus linguistics and considering English together with other study skills. There's an argument that students with a different first language can be particularly helped by looking at their reading with the help of genre analysis or Legitimation Code Theory.

teaching organisations

Baleap - The British Association of Lecturers in English for Academic Purposes

Baleap conference 2021 begins 5th April. https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mlc/eas/about%20us/ouractivities/events/

The International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language [1] , (IATEFL) is the UK equivalent to the USA - TESOL [2]


podcasts for teachers

  • teflology podcast [1]
  • developod is the podcast of the Teacher Development sig of IATEFL [2]
  • digital education practices podcast [3]