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The following EAP-related books have been reviewed by BALEAP members. Please note that the opinions expressed in these reviews are not necessarily those held by the organisation.

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Reviewed by Claire Philip

  If, like me, you are someone who thinks TED talks are a great teaching resource, but sometimes lack the time or inspiration to create supporting materials, then this is […]

Published: 5 June 2017

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Reviewed by Peter Gee

The book is divided into 45 two page units and these units are thematically organised into six sections. Sections 2-6 are supported by two page review units. Each unit is […]

Published: 23 May 2017

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Reviewed by Stephen Peters, University of Bristol

Why do we reach out for a reference work on research methodology? Brian Paltridge and Aek Phakiti suggest a number of reasons including using the compendium as scaffolding for research […]

Published: 10 April 2016

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Reviewed by Debrorah Clarke

This powerful book speaks to EAP teachers, disillusioned with their role as educators, and researchers frustrated by the difficulty in embedding pedagogic theory in the EAP curriculum.  Chun achieves this […]

Published: 4 June 2015

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Book Reviewed by: Steven Peters

This monograph from Lia Blaj-Ward is a welcome addition to the literature and resources that support researcher and research-engaged development in EAP and related fields. Thoughtful and suggestive, the text […]

Published: 25 March 2015

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Reviewed by Michelle Evans

This EAP teacher guide is an accessible and practical introduction to EAP teaching. It can be used by those at the beginning of their EAP teaching career as well as […]

Published: 8 September 2014

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Reviewed by Dr. Qian Zhang

The book is part of six-book series from the Collins’ Academic Skills Series and published in 2013. In addition, the series has won the Innovation in Learner Resources award at […]

Published: 8 September 2014

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Reviewer: Dr David Keeble

Grammar Sense 2nd edition by Cheryl Pavlik (OUP 2012) is a text book aimed at the basic user of English and is a suitable grammar for use in a general […]

Published: 10 April 2014

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Reviewed by Gemma Stansfield

DELTA Academic Objectives: Writing Skills is part of a series that aims to help students adapt to the ‘challenges of studying academically in the English language’. This book aims to […]

Published: 24 March 2014

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Author: Louis Rogers

Delta Academic Objectives is a series of course books designed to help students adapt to the challenge of academic study in English. Reading Skills, first published in 2011, begins with […]

Published: 1 November 2013

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