Reading Time: 4 minutesInput and output may play different but equally important roles says meta-analysis
Reading Time: 1 minuteFor our second blog carnival entry, Nicola shares research that looks at how teacher training translates to classroom practice.
Thanks for sharing the great article!
Reading Time: 4 minutesRepeated reading, a technique where a level-appropriate text is read multiple times to build word recognition skills, may lead to increased comprehension.
Reading Time: 1 minuteClare Maas, one of the main contributors to ELT Research Bites, kicks off this summer’s blog carnival by writing about students’ perceptions of how effective online formative feedback was for improving their postgraduate academic writing. Check out her post here.
Reading Time: 5 minutesDurrant’s research project on the Academic Vocabulary List reminds us of the need to consider all vocabulary lists with a critical eye
Reading Time: 3 minutesIn this article, Swan & Walter criticise top-down approaches to teaching general reading and listening comprehension and highlight what it might be more effective to focus on instead.
Reading Time: 5 minutesOkamoto (2015) looks at the question of how well intuition matches corpus frequency and whether intuition is a good measure when selecting vocabulary to teach.