ESOL Research Group at Leeds
The next meeting of the ESOL Research Group will take place on
Thursday 22 February 2007
Time: 5.30-7.30 pm
Place: Room 1.20, Hillary Place Building, School of Education,
University of Leeds
The Dewsbury College Skills for Life Action Research Project
This meeting of the ESOL Research Group is all about instigating and
carrying out practitioner-led research. Members of the Skills for Life
team at Dewsbury College will kick off the session with a presentation
of their successful NRDC Practitioner-Led Research Initiative project.
We welcome others with experience of, or an interest in,
practitioner-led research to contribute to the discussion.
As with all ESOL Research Group meetings, time will be set aside for
more informal discussion of current ESOL issues.
All are welcome. If you plan to come, just send an email to James
Simpson: [log in to unmask] And please feel free to
forward this message to others. A flier is attached.
The ESOL Research Group is open to anyone with an interest in research
into ESOL in the Skills for Life context in the UK, and who is within
striking distance of the University of Leeds. This includes - but is not
limited to - ESOL researchers, practitioners currently carrying out
research, practitioners who are planning to carry out research, and
those who have been involved in previous ESOL research.
How to get to the university:
How to get to Hillary Place: Hillary Place is close to the Parkinson
Building (with the white clock tower). As you face the Parkinson steps,
it is down the hill to your left, and on the left, opposite the old
church. Hillary Place is a row of red-brick terraced houses.
Have a look at the map at:
ESOL-Research is a forum for researchers and practitioners with an interest in research into teaching and learning ESOL. ESOL-Research is managed by James Simpson at the Centre for Language Education Research, School of Education, University of Leeds.
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