Evidence Based EFL
Dedicated to looking at language and language teaching from an evidence-based viewpoint.
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Logical fallacies, biases and heuristics
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Monday, 29 January 2018
Guest Post: Korea isn't the worst place to teach English
When this blog first started I saw it as being something like a Private Eye kind of blog for ELT. I initial wrote posts on things like L...
Tuesday, 23 January 2018
Me, my wife and I
Should you say 'me and my wife went to the party' or 'my wife and I went to the party?' Most people who are likely to ca...
Monday, 13 November 2017
Try this, it works! Written Error Correction
I've come across a few posts on written error correction recently. ELT research Bites took on the topic in a two part post ( 2 ) a...
Wednesday, 26 July 2017
New Oriental debate
If you attended IATEFL or watched it online, you might remember a debate between Jim Scrivener and Jocelyn Wang of 'New Oriental'...
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