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New issue of the Research Notes No. 61 is now available online

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Research Notes 61 (August 2015) is now available online! This issue presents the six funded research papers undertaken within the 2014 Cambridge English/English UK Action Research Scheme, with reflections from the key academic reference persons for the programme:

Professional development through the Cambridge English/English UK Action Research Scheme, Simon Borg

The effects of an extensive reading programme, Judith Watkins

The effects of using correction codes and redrafting on intermediate students’ writing, Tatiane Depieri

Using synthetic phonics to improve listening awareness and accuracy in pre-intermediate learners, Adam Scott

Can learners make realistic peer assessments of oral presentations?, Ian Chitty

Self-assessment of progress for short-stay students, Abby Croucher

Creating ePortfolios to facilitate and evidence progress using learning technologies, Rolf Tynan

Reflections on the first year of the Cambridge English/English UK Action Research Scheme, Fiona Barker and Huan Japes

Looking ahead: the next issue (November 2015) will discuss this year’s revisions to the exams Cambridge English: First and Advanced.

Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

September 15, 2015 at 12:50 pm

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