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This is an audio version of the video interview I did with Paul Nation last November. Please head over to iTunes and subscribe to catch future podcasts.
Much obliged. Is there any way of putting it on my mp3- right click (BBC downloads stylee) don’t do nuffink
It’s up on iTunes now, and I’ve added a direct link to download from. I’ll try to get the rest of the existing video interviews up as audio podcasts bit by bit, but I should be starting skype interviews soon, as well as more video interviews.
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Thanks for the reference to Michael West’s General Service list. It certainly would be nice to have it available online. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Service_List
Actually, the Wikipedia page contains a link to the GSL of ’53 http://jbauman.com/gsl.html, http://jbauman.com/aboutgsl.html
Thanks Anne. There is a meticulously compiled excel spreadsheet version out there, but as you can imagine it is pretty painful to use. Having seen an original hardbound paper version, a reprint would be nice. But how about a pdf or kindle version?
Thanks Darren. Great interview. Your questions were insightful and certainly provoke more thoughts on teaching methods. Will keep listening.
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