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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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Mehmet Asmalı is an instructor at School of Foreign Languages of Bandırma Onyedi Eylül University, Bandırma/Balıkesir, Turkey. He holds a PhD in English Language Teaching at Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey. He is interested in pragmatics, individual differences in language learning, teaching English to young learners, and teacher education.

Nilüfer Aybirdi is currently doing her PhD at Atatürk University. She graduated from department of English Language Teaching, Gazi University, Turkey in 2011. She worked as an instructor at Ardahan University between the years of 2011 and 2013. Later on, she started working as a research assistant at Kafkas University. She got her Master’s Degree from Kafkas University, Department of English Language and Literature in 2014. Her research areas are English language learning anxiety and teaching language skills.

Hakan Aydoğan is an instructor at Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University. He has B.Sc. and MSc Degrees from Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey and he completed his PhD in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He taught Turkish for four years in Ukraine and Finland by the appointments of Inter-ministerial Joint Culture Commission and was lecturer respectively at Izmir Institute of Technology, Celal Bayar University. His main areas of interests are psycholinguistics, cognitive linguistics, foreign language teaching methodology and so forth.

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