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Effective Teaching and Learning: ESOL

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Posted by Zoltan Varkonyi

The ESOL Effective Practice Project (EEPP) was conducted as part of the research agenda of the National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy (NRDC), which was set up under the UK Government’s Skills for Life Strategy.

The EEPP is one of a suite of five research projects that have the common aim of investigating the effective teaching of language, literacy, numeracy and ICT to adults.

Resource Author(s): 
Mike Baynham, Celia Roberts Melanie Cooke, James Simpson, Katerina Ananiadou John Callaghan, James McGoldrick and Catherine Wallace
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Studies and Reports
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