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Michael Sharwood Smith (MHSE)

Growth in the multilingual mind: implications for foreign language instruction: A processing perspective Michael Sharwood Smith Moray House School of Education Edinburgh University Edinburgh TESOL…

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Mingyue Li (PhD Student)

An investigation of teachers' and students' attitudes towards the use of L1, L2, and L1+L2 subtitles in the L2 classroom Mingyue Li PhD Student, Moray House School of Education Edinburgh…

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Keith Richards (Warwick University)

Using cognitive interviews in critical incident research Keith Richards Centre for Applied Linguistics University of Warwick Edinburgh TESOL and Applied Language (ETAL) Seminar Series 2015

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John Kullman (Canterbury Christ Church University)

Culture, Intercultural Communication and the 'Global' English Language Textbook in the 21st Century John Kullman School of Language & Applied Linguistics Canterbury Christ Church…

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Claudia Harsch (Warwick University)

Using Dynamic Assessment for Fostering and Assessing Intercultural Competences among University Students Dr Claudia Harsch CAL, University of Warwick Edinburgh TESOL and Applied Language (ETAL)…

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Jarek Kriukow (PhD Student)

Two studies of non-native English speaker identity in light of English as a Lingua Franca Jarek Kriukow PhD Student, Moray House School of Education Edinburgh TESOL and Applied Language (ETAL)…

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Andrew Drybrough (PhD Student)

Experience of doing an MSc TESOL dissertation Andrew Drybrough PhD Student, Moray House School of Education Edinburgh TESOL and Applied Language (ETAL) Seminar Series 2015

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Forms of the Present Tense

This video is intended for English language learners (and/or for teachers). It explains understand how to build affirmative, interrogative, and negative sentences in the various forms of the…

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