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In this issue of Modern English Teacher

Applying Research



Naheen Madarbakus-Ring and Stuart Benson show how research is used in learning and teaching, Meg Shovelton weaves together the strands of cross-cultural debate, and Mayuri Sooriyampola describes her way around teacher observation in difficult times.

Other topics in this issue include: error correction, action research, the Interaction Hypothesis, and gamification with young learners- plus much more.

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In this episode of The Internet as a Virtual Textbook series, Damien Herlihy turns his attention to virtual speaking practice to motivate students to use English orally beyond the confines of the (online) classroom.