Error Correction in Language Teaching

This essay is a short review of one specific aspect of Brown and Larson-Hall's 2012 introductory book¬†Second Language Acquisition Myths.¬†In particular, this review addresses the myth of error correction, which Brown and Larson-Hall phase as "Language Learners Always Benefit From Error Correction". Introduction The question of error correction is certainly perplexing to many of us … Continue reading Error Correction in Language Teaching

Game-Design Enhanced Language Teaching

Let me start by saying this: "Game-design" language teaching is not the gamification of teaching. It is not "playing games" in a class in order to boost "fun", though that is certainly a benefit. Game-design language teaching is something much bolder. (Check here for a brief definition of the differences). What follows here are a … Continue reading Game-Design Enhanced Language Teaching