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TESOL Resources for Teachers - Online website launch

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This event launches a website of infographics of TESOL research for English teachers.

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This virtual event launches the TESOLGraphic website, an online repository of infographic summaries of secondary research in TESOL for English-as-a-Second-Language, English-as-a-Foreign-Language, English-as-an-Additional-Language, and English for Academic/Specific Purposes teachers.

The talk will introduce English teachers to what secondary research is and how secondary research can provide the latest and more robust evidence for innovative ELT methodologies.

The online repository will also share examples of infographic summaries of secondary research in TESOL and how teachers can make use of the infographics to inform their practice. The talk concludes by presenting plans for expanding the online repository by including new features e.g., a discussion forum for teachers to share experiences implementing pedagogical innovations based on synthesised findings, podcasts interviewing teachers and researchers regarding research-practice dialogues.

Dr. Chong is a Lecturer (Project Leader & Assistant Professor in TESOL) at the School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work at Queen's and will lead the event.

Mr Mehdi Shaadhadi (Research Assistant) with 13 years teaching experience from Islamic Azad University will also be speaking at the event.

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Organiser ESRC Festival of Social Science NI 2021

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1 - 30 November 2021

Queen's University Belfast and Ulster University are pleased to present the ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) Festival of Social Science in Northern Ireland 2021. For the second year running, the Festival will be mainly virtual with more than 20 events taking place across both universities.

Researchers from both universities will be offering an exciting programme of events that examine the ideas that shape our everyday lives.

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