Users & Reviews

January 14, 2016

Dawson, S. (2015). New Materials Developed by MA Alumnus. Lantern [blog]

Chong, C. S. (2015). IATEFL Manchester 2015. English Teaching Professional.

Fernandez, I. (2016). Academic Reading Circles [review]. English Australia Journal 32/1. (full journal link here)

Lima, C. (2014). Cohort 3: EL7910 Unit 3. Step 5: E-tivity [padlet course materials].

Millin, S. (2015). IATEFL Manchester 2015: In the classroom. Sandy Millin [blog].

Pinard, L. (2015). IATEFL 2015: Academic Reading Circles. Reflections of an English Language Teacher [blog].

Pinard, L. (2016). IATEFL 2016 Learner Sourced Visuals: a higher level text’s best friend (Tyson Seburn). Reflections of an English Language Teacher [blog].

Rago, B. (2013). Academic reading circles, initial reactions. A place to discuss language learning and teaching [blog].

Riley-Jones, G. (2014, Spring). Innovation: The Key to the Future, University of St. Andrews EAP Conference (Review). International Student Experience Journal 2(1)

Seburn, T. (2011). The first ARC appearance ever. 4C in ELT [blog].

Seburn, T. (2015). Academic Reading Circles: context is very important. LinkedIn

Seburn, T. (2015). Is Academic Reading Circles for you?. LinkedIn

Seburn, T. (2016). Academic Reading Circles [feature article]. ELTAS News 1/2016

Seburn, T. (2016). Unconventional: publishing with the round. EFL Magazine.

Schmidt, Anthony. (2015).  Adapting “Academic Reading Circles” for the Listening and Speaking Classroom. [blog].

Schmidt, Anthony. (2015). Riding the ARC: Experiences with Academic Reading Circles. [blog].

Simpson, A. (2015). Interview: Tyson Seburn introduces ‘Academic Reading Circles’. Teach Them English [blog].