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On this week's podcast:

#127 - November 23rd - Sam Morris

(Rikkyo University)

Morris, S., & King, J. (2018). Teacher Frustration and Emotion Regulation in University Language Teaching. Chinese Journal of Applied Linguistics, 41(4), 433–452. https://doi.org/10.1515/cjal-2018-0032

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Coming soon:

#128 - November 30th - Steven Paydon (Rikkyo University)

Paydon, S. & Dilenschneider, R., (2020). Keeping the aged engaged: A quantitative study of lifelong learning. In P. Clements, A. Krause, & R. Gentry (Eds.), Teacher efficacy, learner agency. Tokyo: JALT. https://doi.org/10.37546/JALTPCP2019-21

 

#129 - December 7th - Lesley Smith (University of South Carolina)

Smith, L., & King, J. (2018). Silence in the foreign language classroom: The emotional challenges for L2 teachers. In Emotions in second language teaching (pp. 323-339). Springer, Cham.

#130 - February 1st - Steven Pattison (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University)

Pattison, S. (2019). A Levinsonian account of irony in Jonathan Coe’s The Rotters’ Club. Pragmatics and Literature, 45-71.

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