Jeremy Harmer asks some useful questions about the role and value of technology in class, and starts an interesting discussion.
Scott Thornbury discusses Zipf’s law and the extent to which even small texts in English can reveal a lot about the language.
Larry Ferlazzo has integrated his latest “best of…” lists for language teachers and learners; you can see all 892 of them categorised here.
Richard Byrne shares his thoughts.
Jason Renshaw asks some interesting questions and argues that clarity about outcomes and aims, and encouragement of students’ learning outside the classroom, allows them better to (evaluate their) progress through a language course.