The TEFLology Podcast

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

This episode features a conversation between Matt and three of the four authors of the Let’s Go series for young learners of English - Ritsuko Nakata, Karen Frazier Tsai and Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto at the TESOL convention that took place in Seattle earlier this year. Along with Carolyn Graham, the group continue to work on the popular Let’s Go series, now in it’s 4th edition with Oxford University Press.  

Matt asked the three authors about the background and development of Let’s Go, and about the influence that the series has had. Matt was supported by his daughter in asking questions, stay tuned to the end to hear a special question from her. 

Please enjoy the conversation!

More information about 'Let's Go' can be found here

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Direct download: Lets_Go.m4a
Category:TESOL -- posted at: 3:07pm JST

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 Dr. John Kullman.

John is a Principal Lecturer in the Department of English and Language Studies at Canterbury Christ Church University. His main research interests are in intercultural communication, cultural aspects of language learning and teaching and materials, mentoring in different contexts, and course design. John has also worked in a number of countries on projects and consultancies relating to English language curriculum development and course design, teacher education, trainer training and ELT management.

In this interview Rob spoke to John about critical issues in, and related to ELT textbooks. This interview was recorded in Canterbury earlier this spring. 

Please enjoy the conversation!

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Direct download: Kullman_Interview.m4a
Category:TESOL -- posted at: 12:29pm JST

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