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This page contains direct links to our most recent Research Paper talks. We offer 35 additional Research Paper talks which cover our pre-2015 period.  To access these and a comprehensive listing of all our  talks DOWNLOAD OUR DATABASE and follow the YouTube links. 

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Recent talks (2015 onwards)

Hanks, J. (2017). ' Integrating research and pedagogy ...';

Galante, A. and Thomson, R. (2017). ‘The Effectiveness of Drama ...';

Wyatt, M. and Ager, E. (2017). 'Teachers’ cognitions regarding ...';

Kostoulas, A. and Mercer, S. (2016). 'Fifteen years of research on self ...';

Anderson, J. (2016). 'Initial teacher training courses and non-native speaker ...'; 

Ruecker, T. and Ives, L. (2015).  ‘White Native English Speakers Needed ...';

Lethaby, C. and Harries, P. (2016). ‘Learning styles and teacher training ...';

Rathert, S. and Okan, Z. (2015). 'Writing for publication ...';

Economidou-Kogetsidis, M. (2015).Teaching email politeness ...'; 

Okamoto, M. (2015).Is corpus word frequency a good yardstick ...'; 

Berggren, J. (2015). 'Learning from giving feedback ...'; 

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Hanks, J. (2017). ‘Integrating research and pedagogy: An Exploratory Practice approach’. System. 68. 38-49. CLICK HERE to access the abstract. Duration: 09:38 (#78). LINK TO TALK. 

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Galante, A. and Thomson, R. (2017). ‘The Effectiveness of Drama as an Instructional Approach for the Development of Second Language Oral Fluency, Comprehensibility, and Accentedness’. TESOL Quarterly. 51/1. 115-142.  CLICK HERE to access the abstract (and at time of posting the full paper). Duration: 06:23 (#75). LINK TO TALK. 

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Wyatt, M. and Ager, E. (2017). Teachers’ cognitions regarding continuing professional development. ELT Journal. 71/2. 171-185. CLICK HERE to access the abstract. Duration: 33:15 (#73). LINK TO TALK.

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Kostoulas, A. and Mercer, S. (2016). ‘Fifteen years of research on self & identity in System’. System. 60. 128-134. CLICK HERE to access the abstract. Duration: 18:48 (#71).  LINK TO TALK.
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Ruecker, T. and Ives, L. (2015).  ‘White Native English Speakers Needed: The Rhetorical Construction of Privilege in Online Teacher Recruitment Spaces’. TESOL Quarterly 46/4. 733-756. CLICK HERE to access the abstract.  Duration: 16:50 (#70). LINK TO TALK
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Anderson, J. (2016). ‘Initial teacher training courses and non-native speaker teachers’. ELT Journal. 70/3. 261-274. CLICK HERE to access the abstract.  Duration: 22:11 (#71). LINK TO TALK. 
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Lethaby, C. and Harries, P. (2016). ‘Learning styles and teacher training: are we perpetuating neuromyths’?  ELT Journal. 70/1. 16-27.  CLICK HERE to access the abstract. Duration: 23:55 (#69). LINK TO TALK. 
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Rathert, S. and Okan, Z. (2015). ‘Writing for publication as a tool in teacher development’. ELT Journal. 69/4. 363-372. CLICK HERE to access the abstract.  Duration: 18:42 (#65). LINK TO TALK. 
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Economidou-Kogetsidis, M. (2015). ‘Teaching email politeness in the EFL/ESL classroom’. ELT Journal. 69/4. 415-424. CLICK HERE to access the abstract. Duration: 19:56 (#64) LINK TO TALK
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Okamoto, M. (2015).Is corpus word frequency a good yardstick for selecting words to teach? Threshold levels for vocabulary selection’. System. 51. 1-10. CLICK HERE to access the abstract. Duration: 7:32 (#65). LINK TO TALK. 
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Berggren, J. (2015). 'Learning from giving feedback: a study of secondary-level students'. ELT Journal. 69/1. 58-70. CLICK HEREto access the abstract. Duration: 19:12 (#63). LINK TO TALK. 
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