CLERA Researcher of the Month: Joshua Antle

CLERA has a broad range of researchers and research candidates working in many different areas of language education. Each month, we feature one of our researchers to learn more about them, their work and their interests.

071119_2229~01Our Researcher of the Month for December is Joshua Antle. Joshua has taught L2 English in China, Canada and Japan to a variety of different learners at a variety of levels.  He is currently a full time lecturer at Toyo University in Gunma, Japan.  He began working on his PhD, titled ‘Collocations: Productive and receptive tasks to improve productive abilities’, at Aston University in April 2010.  Among his other research interests are extensive listening and incidental learning.  He is a member of JALT and ETJ.

Click here to read his profile.

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