The TEFLology Podcast

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

We're pleased to be bringing you our 30th interview episode, featuring Prof. Gabriele Kasper from the University of Hawaii. 

Gabriele teaches and conducts research on multilingual speakers’ participation in social interaction from the perspective of conversation analysis and related discursive approaches. She is interested in the organization of institutional talk, the discursive production of identities, the visibly social side of cognition, affect, and learning, and the development of interactional competencies.

This interview was recorded in front of a small audience at Rikkyo University, Tokyo. 

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Direct download: Kasper.m4a
Category:TESOL -- posted at: 10:28pm JST

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

In this episode, the three TEFLologists find out about Contrastive Analysis, talk about the work of bishop and grammarian Robert Lowth, and discuss the debate about linguistic injustice in academic publishing. 

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Direct download: Episode_57.m4a
Category:TESOL -- posted at: 6:07pm JST

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

In episode 56, the TEFLologists discuss the beliefs of philosopher John Locke, think about language assessment and testing, and take a look at some TESOL organisation press releases in response to president Donald Trump.

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Direct download: Episode_56.m4a
Category:TESOL -- posted at: 7:52pm JST

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