Lost in Citations

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Citation 49: Hiver, P., & Al‐Hoorie, A. H. (2020). Reexamining the role of vision in second language motivation. Language Learning, 70(1), 48-102.

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Jonathan interviews Dr. Ali H. Al-Hoorie - Jubail English Language and Preparatory Year Institute, Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu, Saudi Arabia.

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Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.com

February 24, 2021  

Citation 48: Pecorari, D., & Malmström, H. (2018). At the crossroads of TESOL and English medium instruction. TESOL Quarterly, 52(3), 497-515.

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Chris interviews Dr. Diane Pecorari, Head of the Department of English and Professor of English Linguistics at City University of Hong Kong.

Contacts: haswell247@gmail.comLostInCitations@gmail.com

February 17, 2021  

Citation 47: Gkonou, C. (2020). ‘Critical incidents’ in language teachers’ narratives of emotional experience. The emotional rollercoaster of language teaching (pp. 131-149).

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Jonathan interviews Dr. Christina Gkonou - Associate Professor in TESOL and the MA TESOL Programme Director in the Department of Language and Linguistics at the University of Essex.

The Emotional Rollercoaster of Language Teaching

Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, cgkono@essex.ac.uk

February 10, 2021  
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Citation 45: Burke, A. (2020). Neurodiverse students in your classroom. The Language Teacher, 44, 31-35.

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Todd interviews Alexandra Burke - an instructor who has taught all levels of the Japanese public school system from university to kindergarten. She is also a contributor to the MindBrainEd SIG Think Tank.

The Language Teacher

Contacts: todd@elllo.org, LostInCitations@gmail.com

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Citation 34: Brown, H. (2017). Final thoughts: Have we seen this before? The information technology parallel. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

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Chris interviews Dr. Howard Brown - Professor of English and Linguistics at the University of Niigata Prefecture.

Contacts:  haswell247@gmail.com, brown@unii.ac.jp

November 4, 2020  

Citation 33: Nagatomo, D. H., Brown, K. A. & M. L. Cook (Eds.) (2020). Foreign female English teachers in Japanese higher education: Narratives from our quarter. Candlin & Mynard.

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Todd interviews Dr. Melodie Cook (University of Niigata Prefecture), Dr. Louise Ohashi (Meiji University), Dr. Eucharia Donnery (Shonan Institute of Technology),  and Dr. Wendy Gough (Bunkyo Gakuin University).

Contacts:  todd@elllo.org, cookmelo@unii.ac.jp

October 28, 2020  

Citation 32: De Costa, P., et al., (2020). Should I stay or leave? In C. Gkonou, J.M. Dewaele & J. King (Eds.), The emotional rollercoaster of language teaching (pp. 211-227). Multilingual Matters.

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Jonathan interviews Dr. Peter De Costa - Associate Professor in the Department of Teacher Education and the Department of Linguistics and Languages at Michigan State University.

Dr. De Costa's Publications: https://independent.academia.edu/PeterDeCosta

The Emotional Rollercoaster of Language Teaching

Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, pdecosta@msu.edu

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Citation 30: Muller, T. (2018). An exploration of the experiences of Japan-based English language teachers writing for academic publication. PhD thesis. The Open University.

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Jonathan interviews Dr. Theron Muller - Associate Professor,  Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Toyama.

Read the full thesis here: http://oro.open.ac.uk/57835/

JALT Publications: https://jalt.org/main/publications

Journal Database: https://isindexing.com/isi/index.php

Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.comtheron@las.u-toyama.ac.jp

October 7, 2020  

Citation 29: Nation, I. S. P., & Waring, R. (2019). Teaching extensive reading in another language. London: Routledge.

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Todd interviews Dr. Rob Waring - Professor of English at Notre Dame Seishin University.

Contacts:  todd@elllo.org, waring.rob@gmail.com

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Citation 22: Stillwell, C. (2009). The collaborative development of teacher training skills. ELT journal, 63(4), 353-362.

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Chris interviews Dr. Chris Stillwell - Professor of English at College of the Sequoias. 
Contacts: haswell247@gmail.com, cstillwe@uci.edu

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Citation 20: Decamous, G. (2020). Art, Censorship and Nuclear Warfare. Leonardo, 1-8.

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Chris interviews Dr. Gabrielle Decamous - Associate Professor of Languages and Cultures at at Kyushu University.

Contacts: haswell247@gmail.com, g.decamous@flc.kyushu-u.ac.jp

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Citation 17: McLean, S., Stewart, J., & Batty, A. O. (2020). Predicting L2 reading proficiency with modalities of vocabulary knowledge: A bootstrapping approach. Language Testing, 0265532219898380.

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Jonathan interviews Dr. Jeffrey Stewart - Associate Professor of English at Tokyo University of Science.

We discuss vocabulary testing, statistics and more...

Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.comjeffjrstewart@gmail.com

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Citation 15: Chiew, F. (2018). A posthuman pedagogy with Rancière and Bateson. Critical Studies in Education, 59(3), 297-312.

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Jonathan interviews Dr. Florence Chiew -  Higher Degree Research Social Science Advisor at Macquarie University.

Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.comflorence.chiew@mq.edu.au

June 24, 2020  

Citation 14: Jenkins, J. (2009). English as a lingua franca: Interpretations and attitudes. World Englishes, 28(2), 200-207.

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Chris interviews Dr. Jennifer Jenkins - Emeritus Professor of Global Englishes and Founding Director of the Centre for Global Englishes at Southhampton University.

Contacts: haswell247@gmail.com, J.Jenkins@soton.ac.uk

June 17, 2020  
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Citation 12: Matsuda, A., & Friedrich, P. (2011). English as an international language: A curriculum blueprint. World Englishes, 30, 332-344.

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Chris interviews Dr. Aya Matsuda - Associate Professor, Department of English at Arizona State University. Go Sun Devils!
We discuss global English varieties, how English is used as a lingua franca, and what we as teachers can do to encourage our students to be more effective communicators.

Contacts: haswell247@gmail.com, Aya.Matsuda@asu.edu

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Citation 10: Siegel, J. (2019). Did you take “good” notes?: On methods for evaluating student notetaking performance. Journal for Academic Purposes, 35, 85-92.

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Chris interviews Dr. Joseph Siegel - Senior Lecturer, School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences at Orebo University. We discuss the teaching of listening, methods of evaluation, and how to organize large scale, international research projects.

Contacts: haswell247@gmail.com, joseph.siegel@oru.se

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Citation 8: Beuckens, T. (2020). ELLLO. Retrieved May 13, 2020, from http://elllo.org/index.htm

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Chris interviews Todd Beuckens, Lecturer at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University and founder of www.elllo.org

Todd talks about the founding of his online learning website, advice for listening content creators, and the best programs for teachers to use when making online classes. 

The review discussed in the podcast can be found here:
http://www.tesl-ej.org/wordpress/issues/volume8/ej31/ej31m1/?wscr&fbclid=IwAR2Zj71BV7La69JZPvU5MSDGQrYpUb9mVZ7dz0l1BnH9xagZLiNpqQk25kY

Contacts: haswell247@gmail.com, todd@elllo.org, www.meels.org

May 6, 2020  

Citation 7: Humphries, S. (2020). Please teach me how to teach. In C. Gkonou, J.M. Dewaele & J. King (Eds.), The emotional rollercoaster of language teaching (pp. 150-172). Multilingual Matters.

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Jonathan interviews Dr. Simon Humphries - Professor of Intercultural Communication, Faculty of Foreign Language Studies and Graduate School of Foreign Language Education and Research at Kansai University.

We discuss his chapter in the forthcoming book: The Emotional Rollercoaster of Language Teaching. 

You can read the chapter here: Please teach me how to teach.

You can order the book here for 50% off: The Emotional Rollercoaster of Language Teaching

Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, shumphri@kansai-u.ac.jp  

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