Online repository of infographic summaries of secondary research in TESOL for teachers

This project is funded by the School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work at Queen's University Belfast, UK.

The aim is to develop a freely accessible, online repository of infographic summaries of secondary research on various topics in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) in a reader-friendly way.

Secondary research has the potential to inform English teachers' practices because it presents concise empirical evidence on 'what works', 'what may work' and 'what is unlikely to work'. Equally, it can address important questions like 'what learners think' and 'what good teaching practices are'.

English teachers are busy and do not always have time and access to secondary research papers, so the idea is that these infographics will only take a few minutes to read and will include pedagogical tips from the university's research team.

In order to select the most relevant secondary research which meets the needs of EAP/ESL/EFL teachers around the world, the university team would like you to complete this very short questionnaire by 16 June 2021 to let them know what you think.

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