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On this week's podcast:

#113 - June 22nd -  Merissa Ocampo (Fukushima Gakuin College)

Ocampo, M. (2015) Family Environment Mode Approach (FEMA): Anxiety Buster to Motivate EFL Learners. Journal of Language Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century.

Coming soon on the podcast:

#114 - June 29th - Rue Burch (Kobe University)

Burch, A. R., & Kley, K. (2020). Assessing Interactional Competence:

The role of intersubjectivity in a paired-speaking assessment task.

Papers in Language Testing and Assessment, 9(1), 25-63.

#115 - July 6th - Kathryn Everhart Chaffee (Université du Québec à Montréal)

Everhart Chaffee, K., Noels, K. A., & McEown, M. S. (2014). Learning from authoritarian teachers: Controlling the situation or controlling yourself can sustain motivation. Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching, 4(2), 355–387.

#116 - July 13th - Matthew Baldock (Charles David Casson Estates)

Baldock, M. (2022, June 6th). It's ok not to be ok [Video]. YouTube.

#117 - July 20th - W. L. Quint Oga-Baldwin (Waseda) 

Oga-Baldwin, W.L.Quint, Fryer, Luke K, & Larson-Hall, Jenifer. (2019). The critical role of the individual in language education: New directions from the learning sciences. System, 86, 102118. 

#118 - July 27th - Steven Pattison (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University)

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