Welcome to teflresearch

A place for teachers to discuss adult second language research and share ideas about how to apply it in the classroom.

We want your research!

Teacher research is a great way to develop your own practice and make a real difference in the TEFL community.

http://www.nea.org/tools/17289.htm

http://www.evergreen.edu/washcenter/resources/acl/c1.html

If you have any research projects you would like to share, or you would like some support getting started, please contact us: Google

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6 responses to “Welcome to teflresearch

  1. Just a note to thank you for visiting my site and deciding to follow along.

  2. This is a great site, and a great idea. Although my writing takes up more of my time these days, my background is in teaching accent/voice production/speaking/breathing techniques to aid both native and non-native speakers to becom more effective communicators, so all this is very interesting for me. Thanks.

  3. Great site with lots of room for growth! As a French teacher, I’m always looking for new ideas and opinions in the field of second language acquisition. Thanks 🙂

  4. Thank you so much for coming by my blog and deciding to follow. It’s a slow process, but I will soon have some real content posted. Looking forward to spending some time here too!

  5. Rene

    Thanks for stopping by our Duke ESL News site. You have a great blog here, Katie. Congratulations on your nomination. ~ Rene

  6. hI Kate,

    Saw your writing on grammar. I’ve added some notes to help students on my site http://ieltstestonline.weebly.com/get-some-free-ielts-help.html

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