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This seminar series provides a forum for language teachers of all levels to engage with theory and research of relevance to language teaching practices.

Guest speakers present original empirical research or theoretical perspectives on a range of issues and applications in areas both on and on the peripheries of the usual postgraduate language teaching and applied linguistics curriculum.

While we will draw upon concepts, perspectives, and theories of language development and learning, the purpose of the forum is to engender dialogue between researchers and practitioners on how research and theory might inform, ground, challenge or otherwise shape practices such as language instruction, materials development, testing and evaluation, curriculum design, computer assisted language learning, ESP, EAP and language policy.