TEFL Interviews 55: Charlie Browne on Vocabulary

Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast – a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters.

We are delighted to bring you an interview with Dr. Charlie Browne. Charlie works at Meiji Gakuen University in Tokyo. He is a specialist in Vocabulary and Reading research, especially as they apply to online learning, and has written research articles, books, and textbooks about these topics. As well as creating two new corpus-based word lists for second language learners – the New General Service List (NGSL) and the New Academic Word List (NAWL), he has also helped to create a wide variety of free research-based language learning and analysis software and websites.

In today’s interview, Matt asks questions to Charlie about the topics mentioned above.

Enjoy the conversation!

More information about Charlie can be found here: https://www.meijigakuin.ac.jp/english/staff/browne/

His website, containing his online software, can be accessed here:http://www.charlie-browne.com

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One comment

  1. This is one of the best interviews I’ve heard on this channel. I probably enjoyed it so much, because I am leading an Action Research project on vocabulary acquisition at an Ecuadorian university. Most helpful, absolutely practical – and theoretical – at the same time. Thanks a lot, Elizabeth Bekes

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