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The TEFLology Podcast

By Teflology

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TEFLology is a bi-weekly podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) and related matters, presented by three self-certified TEFLologists. We take a lighthearted look at the fields of English language teaching (ELT) and applied linguistics, with topics ranging from TESOL methodologies and approaches to current affairs and history.

Customer Reviews

Frist semester

I found this podcast about a month before starting in an MA TESOL program (Fall 2015) and found it very interesting and enjoyable to listen to. I caught up on all of the episodes before starting my first semester and continue to keep up as new episodes are made. The topics discussed in the podcast and the people interviewed connect directly to my studies to the point where in some cases an interviewee discusses something directly from our reading which was written by the very author interviewed. I’ve passed on the link to my classmates. I highly recommend the podcast for anyone interested in learning about the field of TEFL.

Comprehensive and Relevant

The range of topics addressed by this professional and engaging podcast is impressive. There are great interviews and though-provoking topics frequently presented. A true gem for any ELT professional!

A must listen by any Language teacher

The Teflologists came to fill a long-standing gap left by the Edgycation podcast. A place where teachers spread around the world can find news and listen to the different teaching techniques, fads, and trends. A great episode was a great interview with prof. Nina Spada at JALT 2014 - great discussion on the studies about "best ages" to learn a language etc. but, there had to be a but... The interview was extremely impaired by the background chatter which was a mix between a horse race narration and a sex orgy party (tongue in cheek). Next time, guys, please try to find a quieter corner but keep up with the podcast as an important lifeline for English teachers everywhere.

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