ESOL Research Group at Leeds
Date posted: 06 February 2012
A meeting of the ESOL Research Group will take place on Thursday 1 March, when Annika Norlund Shaswar will be discussing her research into literacies and identities in homes and classrooms among adult Kurdish L2 learners of Swedish.
Date: Thursday 1 March 2012
All are welcome: no need to book.
The ESOL Research Group is open to anyone with an interest in research into ESOL in the UK, and who is within striking distance of the University of Leeds. This includes - but is not limited to - current students, ESOL researchers, practitioners currently carrying out research, practitioners who are planning to carry out research, and those who have been involved in previous ESOL research. The group is coordinated by James Simpson, School of Education, University of Leeds. Contact: James Simpson email@example.com - 0113 343 4687.
How to get to EC Stoner Building: EC Stoner is close to the Parkinson Building (with the white clock tower). As you face the Parkinson steps, it is down the hill to your left, straight ahead of you. EC Stoner is the very long modern building with six floors.