Evidence Based EFL
Dedicated to looking at language and language teaching from an evidence-based viewpoint.
Glossary of Misused or badly defined terms
Guide to Methods
Linguistics myths series
Logical fallacies, biases and heuristics
talks, interviews, other posts etc,
Good things to read and listen to
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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