Steven Brown’s “Listening Myths” wins scholarly research award

by Claudia Leo on April 3, 2014

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MICHIGAN ELT’s applied linguistics/teacher training title Listening Myths: Applying Second Language Research to Classroom Teaching, by Steven Brown, has won the College English Association of Ohio Nancy Dasher Award.

The qualifications for the award are:

· The book must be scholarly

· The book must include high-quality research work

· The book must provide an original contribution to the field

· The author must live and work in Ohio

· The book must be peer-reviewed

· The book must be published by a reputable university press

Steve Brown, Professor of English at Youngstown State University, is also the co-author of Second Language Acquisitions Myths and the recently published Third Edition of Understanding Language Structure, Interaction, and Variation.

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