Book Review: Interaction Online By Lindsay Clandfield And Jill Hadfield

Philip J. Kerr, Adaptive Learning in ELT, Feb 11, 2018
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Philip Kerr reviews Lindsay Clandfield and Jill Hadfield’s new book Interaction Online, calling it "a recipe book, containing about 80 different activities (many more if you consider the suggested variations)." The objective, he writes, is to address the phenomenon of underused chat and discussion areas in online  English language training (ELT) services. "A recipe book must be judged on the quality of the activities it contains," writes Kerr, "and the standard here is high. They range from relatively simple, short activities to much longer tasks which will need an hour or more to complete."

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