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Researching ELT: Classroom Methodology and Beyond

Dincay Köksal

This book is an outcome of the 9th ELT Research Conference organised by Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University. The papers in this volume illustrate some of the key research interests and priorities for English language teaching in Turkey and provide significant insights into a range of contemporary issues and practices in the field. The papers present research focusing on issues in the areas of technology, learners, teacher training and post-graduate education, which have been gathered together in four sections, each section containing articles covering several different aspects of the topic in question.

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Editor’s Foreword

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This book is an outcome of the 9th ELT Research Conference organised by Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University. It was a great privilege for us to once again host a large number of colleagues from around the globe and to have the opportunity to listen to speakers presenting papers on a wide range of research topics connected with the field of English Language Teaching. The papers upon which the articles in the book are based were all originally presented as research findings at the conference and were selected following a rigorous submission and blind review process by a board of experts in the field. At this point, I would like to express my thanks to the reviewers who so willingly gave of their time and expertise to read and review the articles submitted for publication. It is in large part due to their efforts that it has been possible to produce this book.

The papers selected for this volume present research focusing on issues in the areas of technology, learners, teacher training and post-graduate education, which have been gathered together in four sections, with each section containing articles covering several different aspects of the topic in question.

The first section of the book is entitled Use of Technology in ELT. It begins with two articles, the first by Salim Razı and the second by İsmail Çakır and Buse Doğar Kayadelen, on the subject of peer feedback in two different contexts, one with university...

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