The TEFLology Podcast

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast - a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language and related matters! 

Today we bring you a discussion between our three forum interviewees - Steve Mann, Reiko Yoshihara, and Hugh Starkey. This recording features our three participants reflecting on resonances, connections, and commonalities based on listening to each other being interviewed. The interviewees also asked each other questions, and responded to questions from the audience. 

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Category:TESOL -- posted at: 6:20pm JST

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast – A podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language and related matters.

Today we bring you the final of our three interviews conducted as part of our forum ‘Global Educators, Local Connections,’ at the JALT2017 conference in Tsukuba, Japan. 

In this interview, Matthew asks Prof. Hugh Starkey of the University College London's Institute of Education questions related to his special research interest of Cosmopolitan and Global Citizenship. For more information about Prof. Hugh Starkey, please follow this link.

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Direct download: Hugh_Starkey_Interview.m4a
Category:TESOL -- posted at: 5:43am JST

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast – A podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language and related matters.

Today we bring you the first of our three interviews conducted as part of our forum ‘Global Educators, Local Connections,’ at the JALT2017 conference in Tsukuba, Japan. 

In this interview, Rob asks Prof. Reiko Yoshihara of Nihon University questions related to her 2017 book - The Socially Responsible Feminist EFL Classroom: A Japanese Perspective on Identities, Beliefs, and Practices. For more information about Reiko Yoshihara, click here.

Enjoy!

Buy our new ebook - Podcasting and Professional Development: A Guide for English Language Teachers here.

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Direct download: Yoshihara_Full.m4a
Category:TESOL -- posted at: 6:06pm JST

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast – A podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language and related matters.

Today we bring you the first of our three interviews conducted as part of our forum ‘Global Educators, Local Connections,’ at the JALT2017 conference in Tsukuba, Japan. 

In the interview, Matt asks Prof. Steve Mann of the University of Warwick questions about Reflective Practice, and interviewing as a method of inquiry. For more information about Steve, click here.

Enjoy!

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Direct download: JALT2017_Mann.m4a
Category:TESOL -- posted at: 3:29pm JST

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast - a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language and related matters. 

In this episode, Rob discusses teacher working conditions, Matt reviews the recent debate on learning styles, and Matthew asks to think about The British Council as this episode's pioneer. 

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Buy our new ebook - Podcasting and Professional Development: A Guide for English Language Teachers here.

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Direct download: Episode_69.m4a
Category:TESOL -- posted at: 8:33pm JST

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast - a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language and related matters. 

In this episode, Matt talks about the work of American philosopher and educational reformer John Dewey, Rob discusses collaborative writing, and Matthew reviews some of the latest development with language translation technology. 

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Category:TESOL -- posted at: 9:31am JST

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast - a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters!

Today we are very happy to bring you an interview with Professor Mario Saraceni. The interview was conducted in Chichester, on the south coast of England earlier this summer. Mario works as Reader and Associate Head of Research in the School of Language and Area Studies at the University of Portsmouth.

Professor Saraceni’s research interests are on English and globalization. His scholarly activities focus on the political, ideological and pedagogical implications of the forms and functions of the English language outside its traditional cultural base. 

As well as numerous articles and book chapters, his own published books include 2015’s World Englishes: A Critical Analysis, which was awarded the British Applied Linguistics Association Book Prize in 2016, and 2010’s The Relocation of English: Shifting paradigms in a Global Era. 

Matt spoke with Mario about the research area of World Englishes, as well as other related topics. Enjoy the interview!

Find information about Mario here

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Category:TESOL -- posted at: 9:30am JST

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast - a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language and related matters. 

In this episode, Matthew charts the history of the Cambridge Main Suite exams, Matt leads a discussion on the mental health issues in ELT, and Rob introduces The Committee of 12 as his pioneer(s).

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Lizzie Pinard's article 

Sandy Millin's list of links

Sarah Mercer's IATEFL plenary

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Direct download: Ep.67.m4a
Category:TESOL -- posted at: 3:38pm JST

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast - a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language and related matters. 

In this episode, Rob reviews a debate about the relevance or irrelevance of academic research for English language reachers. Matt leads a discussion about the use of textbooks in the classroom. Finally, Matthew charts the life and work of Lambert Sauveur. 

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Direct download: Episode_66.m4a
Category:TESOL -- posted at: 3:47pm JST

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast - a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language and related matters.

Today we are very happy to bring you an interview with Professor Masaki Oda. The interview was conducted at Tamagawa University in Machida, near Tokyo, Japan, where Professor Oda performs two roles. First, he is a Professor of Applied Linguistics in the College of Humanities, where he teaches undergraduate courses in linguistics and post-graduate courses in language teaching. Second, he is the founder and Director of the Center for English as a Lingua Franca, also known as “CELF”, which provides English language education, through an ELF-based approach, for all departments in the university.

Professor Oda’s main interests are English as a Lingua Franca, English language education policies in Japan, and other sociopolitical issues in the world of language teaching and teacher training. He has written a number of publications on these topics, as well as presenting about them at conferences around the world. He is also director of academic exchanges of JACET (the Japanese association of college English teachers) and vice president for membership of Asia TEFL.

Matthew spoke with him during a lunch break at the 2017 CELF-ELTama Forum for English Language Teaching

Enjoy the interview. 

Direct download: Oda.m4a
Category:TESOL -- posted at: 4:57pm JST