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The TEFLology Podcast

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The TEFLology Podcast

The TEFLology Podcast

Teflology

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TEFLology is a bi-weekly podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) and related matters, presented by three self-certified TEFLologists. We take a lighthearted look at the fields of English language teaching (ELT) and applied linguistics, with topics ranging from TESOL methodologies and approaches to current affairs and history.

Latest Episodes

Small Changes, Big Results by John Fanselow - Ep 6: Chapter 7, Section 4

In the first episode of the second part of this limited series, John reads from Chapter 7, section 4, a section called “very good, great job, excellent”. The audio you hear is an abridged arrangement of the written book version. Enjoy! Email us at -teflology@gmail.com Tweet and follow us - @TEFLology Find more of our episodes at -www.teflology-podcast.com Subscribe on iTunes or any other podcasting platform you use.

14 min1 d ago
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Small Changes, Big Results by John Fanselow - Ep 6: Chapter 7, Section 4

Interview 64: Dario Banegas on Teacher Research

Today we bring you an interview with Dr Dario Banegas. Dario is a lecturer in in TESOL with the School of Education at the University of Strathclyde. In this interview, Rob asks questions to Dario about action research of English language teaching practitioners. More information about Dario here - https://www.strath.ac.uk/staff/banegasdariodr/ Email us at – Check out our website at –https://teflology-podcast.com Follow us on Twitter at –https://twitter.com/TEFLo

52 min2 w ago
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Interview 64: Dario Banegas on Teacher Research

104: TEFLology Live (Part 3)

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast! In this final instalment of the live pilot show, we speak to Saurabh Anand about World Englishes. Saurabh is a teacher and doctoral student at the University of Georgia. This episode was recorded with Zencastr. Please consider showing your support with a small donation at: https://teflology-podcast.com Get in contact with us: Email: teflology@gmail.com Twitter:https://twitter.com/TEFLology Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TEFLologypodcast

36 minAUG 28
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104: TEFLology Live (Part 3)

104: TEFLology Live (Part 2)

Welcome to The TEFLology Podcast! This episode is a pilot live show, in which we opened up our recording session for people to contribute to. In part 2, Rob raises the topic of improvisation. Our guests, along with Matthew and Matt, all contributed ideas to the topic. Please consider showing your support with a donation at: https://teflology-podcast.com Contact us: Email: teflology@gmail.com Twitter:https://twitter.com/TEFLology Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TEFLologypodcast

32 minAUG 20
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104: TEFLology Live (Part 2)

104: TEFLology Live (Part 1)

Welcome to The TEFLology Podcast! This episode is a pilot live show, in which we opened up our recording session for people to listen in and contribute to. Part 1 features Helen MacIntyre. Helen is a CELTA teacher trainer based in Vancouver. We asked Helen about her experiences of teacher training remotely. Support us with a small donation at: https://teflology-podcast.com Email: teflology@gmail.com Twitter:https://twitter.com/TEFLology Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TEFLologypodc

35 minAUG 10
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104: TEFLology Live (Part 1)

103: Emoji, Duolingo Revisited, and Cheris Kramarae

In this episode, Matthew charts the history and use of emoji, Rob reflects on his Duolingo language learning experiences, and Matt talks about Cheris Kramarae's work on Muted Group Theory. Enjoy! If you like our show, please consider showing your support with a small donation at: https://teflology-podcast.com Get in contact with us: Email: teflology@gmail.com Twitter:https://twitter.com/TEFLology Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TEFLologypodcast

68 minJUL 24
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103: Emoji, Duolingo Revisited, and Cheris Kramarae

Interview 63: Russell Stannard on Teacher Technology

Welcome to The TEFLology Podcast! In this interview, Matt chats to Russell Stannard about teaching languages through the use of technology.Russell is an Educational Technologist and founder of www.teachertrainingvideos.com Visit Russell's YouTube page - https://www.youtube.com/user/crete1987 Email us - teflology@gmail.com View our website - https://teflology-podcast.com Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TEFLology Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TEFLologypodca

45 minJUL 8
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Interview 63: Russell Stannard on Teacher Technology

Episode 102: Remote Professional Development, Paul Pimsleur, and Pronunciation

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast – a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters. In this episode, Matt reflects on how the recent remote ways of working may bring about professional development opportunities, Rob charts the work of Paul Pimsleur, and Matthew leads a discussion on pronunciation. If you like our show, consider showing your support with a small donation at: https://teflology-podcast.com Contact us - teflology@gmail.com Follow - @TEFLology

59 minJUN 27
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Episode 102: Remote Professional Development, Paul Pimsleur, and Pronunciation

Episode 101: Racism in ELT and Remote Teaching Reflections

In today's episode we address the two issues that are dominating world events at the moment. In the first section, we respond to the demonstrations triggered by George Floyd's murder with a short account about race and racism in ELT. In the second part of the show, we reflect on our experiences with teaching remotely, due restrictions brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. All links to the resources mentioned in the first section can be found on this episode's page on www.teflology-podcast.com

41 minJUN 10
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Episode 101: Racism in ELT and Remote Teaching Reflections

Interview 62: Richard J. Sampson on Language Learner Psychology

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast – a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters. Today we bring you an interview with Dr. Richard J. Sampson. Richard's research interests include L2 learner psychology, complexity theory, and motivation, all of topics of which are discussed in this conversation. Enjoy! Email: teflology@gmail.com Website: www.teflology-podcast.com Twitter: @TEFLology

54 minMAY 27
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Interview 62: Richard J. Sampson on Language Learner Psychology

Latest Episodes

Small Changes, Big Results by John Fanselow - Ep 6: Chapter 7, Section 4

In the first episode of the second part of this limited series, John reads from Chapter 7, section 4, a section called “very good, great job, excellent”. The audio you hear is an abridged arrangement of the written book version. Enjoy! Email us at -teflology@gmail.com Tweet and follow us - @TEFLology Find more of our episodes at -www.teflology-podcast.com Subscribe on iTunes or any other podcasting platform you use.

14 min1 d ago
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Small Changes, Big Results by John Fanselow - Ep 6: Chapter 7, Section 4

Interview 64: Dario Banegas on Teacher Research

Today we bring you an interview with Dr Dario Banegas. Dario is a lecturer in in TESOL with the School of Education at the University of Strathclyde. In this interview, Rob asks questions to Dario about action research of English language teaching practitioners. More information about Dario here - https://www.strath.ac.uk/staff/banegasdariodr/ Email us at – Check out our website at –https://teflology-podcast.com Follow us on Twitter at –https://twitter.com/TEFLo

52 min2 w ago
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Interview 64: Dario Banegas on Teacher Research

104: TEFLology Live (Part 3)

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast! In this final instalment of the live pilot show, we speak to Saurabh Anand about World Englishes. Saurabh is a teacher and doctoral student at the University of Georgia. This episode was recorded with Zencastr. Please consider showing your support with a small donation at: https://teflology-podcast.com Get in contact with us: Email: teflology@gmail.com Twitter:https://twitter.com/TEFLology Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TEFLologypodcast

36 minAUG 28
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104: TEFLology Live (Part 3)

104: TEFLology Live (Part 2)

Welcome to The TEFLology Podcast! This episode is a pilot live show, in which we opened up our recording session for people to contribute to. In part 2, Rob raises the topic of improvisation. Our guests, along with Matthew and Matt, all contributed ideas to the topic. Please consider showing your support with a donation at: https://teflology-podcast.com Contact us: Email: teflology@gmail.com Twitter:https://twitter.com/TEFLology Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TEFLologypodcast

32 minAUG 20
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104: TEFLology Live (Part 2)

104: TEFLology Live (Part 1)

Welcome to The TEFLology Podcast! This episode is a pilot live show, in which we opened up our recording session for people to listen in and contribute to. Part 1 features Helen MacIntyre. Helen is a CELTA teacher trainer based in Vancouver. We asked Helen about her experiences of teacher training remotely. Support us with a small donation at: https://teflology-podcast.com Email: teflology@gmail.com Twitter:https://twitter.com/TEFLology Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TEFLologypodc

35 minAUG 10
Comments
104: TEFLology Live (Part 1)

103: Emoji, Duolingo Revisited, and Cheris Kramarae

In this episode, Matthew charts the history and use of emoji, Rob reflects on his Duolingo language learning experiences, and Matt talks about Cheris Kramarae's work on Muted Group Theory. Enjoy! If you like our show, please consider showing your support with a small donation at: https://teflology-podcast.com Get in contact with us: Email: teflology@gmail.com Twitter:https://twitter.com/TEFLology Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TEFLologypodcast

68 minJUL 24
Comments
103: Emoji, Duolingo Revisited, and Cheris Kramarae

Interview 63: Russell Stannard on Teacher Technology

Welcome to The TEFLology Podcast! In this interview, Matt chats to Russell Stannard about teaching languages through the use of technology.Russell is an Educational Technologist and founder of www.teachertrainingvideos.com Visit Russell's YouTube page - https://www.youtube.com/user/crete1987 Email us - teflology@gmail.com View our website - https://teflology-podcast.com Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TEFLology Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TEFLologypodca

45 minJUL 8
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Interview 63: Russell Stannard on Teacher Technology

Episode 102: Remote Professional Development, Paul Pimsleur, and Pronunciation

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast – a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters. In this episode, Matt reflects on how the recent remote ways of working may bring about professional development opportunities, Rob charts the work of Paul Pimsleur, and Matthew leads a discussion on pronunciation. If you like our show, consider showing your support with a small donation at: https://teflology-podcast.com Contact us - teflology@gmail.com Follow - @TEFLology

59 minJUN 27
Comments
Episode 102: Remote Professional Development, Paul Pimsleur, and Pronunciation

Episode 101: Racism in ELT and Remote Teaching Reflections

In today's episode we address the two issues that are dominating world events at the moment. In the first section, we respond to the demonstrations triggered by George Floyd's murder with a short account about race and racism in ELT. In the second part of the show, we reflect on our experiences with teaching remotely, due restrictions brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. All links to the resources mentioned in the first section can be found on this episode's page on www.teflology-podcast.com

41 minJUN 10
Comments
Episode 101: Racism in ELT and Remote Teaching Reflections

Interview 62: Richard J. Sampson on Language Learner Psychology

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast – a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters. Today we bring you an interview with Dr. Richard J. Sampson. Richard's research interests include L2 learner psychology, complexity theory, and motivation, all of topics of which are discussed in this conversation. Enjoy! Email: teflology@gmail.com Website: www.teflology-podcast.com Twitter: @TEFLology

54 minMAY 27
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Interview 62: Richard J. Sampson on Language Learner Psychology
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