Research in English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics • Program Application

The Research in English Language Teaching (ELT) and Applied Linguistics program (AL) is a 5-day, 15-hour program for mid-career professionals in ELT research and AL research in April 2018 at International Black Sea University in Tbilisi, Georgia.English Language Specialist Dr. William Crawford of Northern Arizona University will deliver a series of workshops designed for mid-career professors and researchers in the AL, ELT, and related fields. Advanced PhD students who are currently conducting research and senior professors are also welcome. Contact Kevin Hirschi (email below) with specific questions.

Dr. Crawford is the co-editor of Doing Corpus Linguistics (With E. Csomay, 2016, Routledge) and author of numerous studies on Second Language Acquisition, Second Language Writing, Corpus Linguistics, and teaching grammar. He currently advises PhD students and delivers courses for undergraduate and graduate students on linguistics, research methods, and discourse analysis / register variation.

Program Topics include:
• Identifying and Motivating Research Questions By Reference To Current Literature
• Methodologically Sound Ways to Address Research Questions
• Discussion and Implications of Results
• Interpreting Results And Applying Them To Larger Issues In The Field

Program Dates: April 16, 17, 23, 24, & 25
*Program times to be determined based on applicant availability.

Participation is free and includes workshop sessions, an individual meeting with the specialist, a certificate of participation, and research reference materials.

Please complete a short application at https://goo.gl/forms/T5l6Z0Sy1JKCVI103  by Friday, March 30 to be considered as a participant for this workshop. More details available at the link above.

The language of the program will be English.

Please complete the short application below by Friday, March 30 to be considered as a participant for this workshop.

This program is supported by International Black Sea University, The English Language Specialist Program (A program of the U.S. Department of State), and English Teachers Association of Georgia

Contact English Language Fellow Kevin Hirschi (khirschi@ibsu.edu.ge) with any questions.