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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]].
 
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]].
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==teaching organisations==
 
==teaching organisations==

Latest revision as of 15:01, 12 August 2020


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.

See the separate page on EAP websites

teaching organisations

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