My name is Nadiya Mohamed and I am currently studying MA English Language and Linguistics at the University of Westminster.
As part of my dissertation I am conducting a research titled "Attitude of ESOL teachers to the use of mobile phones in the classroom". The aim of the research is to find out what the role of the mobile phone in the ESOL classrooms is and how can a teacher have a balance, if ever, between a chaos that would derive from allowing learners to use their phones freely and the the prohibition that would lead learners`misuse of the device.
If you are an ESOL teacher in London I would be grateful if you could fill in the questionnaire and consent form and send them to me by the provided email address. I would need these by the end of the month (July, 18). For more information about the research please refer to the participants information sheet and if you have more questions please do not hesitate to contact me by email or phone.
Thank you all in advance for your time
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