ELI lecturers Erik Fritz and Rachael Ruegg, and former ELI lecturer Jenn Holland will have their article “Rater Sensitivity to Qualities of Lexis in Writing” published in the distinguished journal, TESOL Quarterly. The following video explains the story behind the article, from the origins of the research, to writing, and finally to possible implications.
ELI Lecturer Dwayne Cover discusses various aspects of Japanese student and university life that teachers should consider in their day to day practice. Cover says, “The most dangerous thing for people to do is to just come in and say…this is a university and this is how universities work.” Watch this video for practical advice to enhance your teaching approach in a Japanese University context.
The Oct. 2010 issue of the Oxford University Press ELT Journal features Students Transcribing Tasks, an article by former and current ELI lecturers Christopher Stillwell, Brad Curraba, Kamsin Alexander, Andrew Kidd, Euna Kim, Paul Stone, and Christopher Wyle. In this video former ELI lecturer Christopher Stillwell talks about the origins of the experimental project, while Paul Stone and Dirk MacKenzie discuss how the project continues as an established classroom activity.