MICHIGAN ELT’s 2014 Greatest Hits

by ELT Staff on December 17, 2014

Don’t miss these innovative MICHIGAN ELT books published in 2014:



“This very readable book is what every graduate student needs as they start a program. I wish my own MA and PhD students, during my 40 years of supervising, could have been demystified by having Casanave’s ‘textual mentor’ as a companion.”

—Merrill Swain, Professor Emerita, OISE, University of Toronto






“In ‘Flip It!’ Robyn Brinks Lockwood explains in clear language with concrete examples what it means to flip an ESL classroom. ‘Flip It!’ is the first [book] I’ve seen that offers strategies and specific examples for different types of ESL/EFL lessons.”

—Keith S. Folse, TESOL Professor and Author of more than 60 ELT books






“This book is great. If you are a teacher who is teaching pronunciation or a pronunciation researcher, I recommend this book without hesitation…very practical and even easy to understand.”




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