This text is primarily addressed to the practising teachers of language and explains how to conduct research in their own teaching context. A range of different kinds of research is covered from case studies of individuals to surveys and experiments. The background to techniques discussed, cover issues such as the relevance of traditional research criteria, the comparison of qualitative and quantitative methods, the importance of action research and the generation of research topics. Examples of language teaching research are used to illustrate the argument and techniques discussed.
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Steven McDonough, both lecturers in Applied Linguistics, University of Essex.Review:
A good and useful book.
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