Extensive Reading – Richard Day

April 22nd, 2012 — inAll The Interviews, Teaching Topicsno comments


Richard R. Day is a professor of ESL and SLA, at the University of Hawaii. He has a Ph.D. from the University of Hawaii, a Master of Arts degree for TEFL from Southern Illinois University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University. Dr. Day’s most recent book was co-edited with Julian Bamford, Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language, published by Cambridge University Press. He has given numerous talks and workshops at conferences around the world. He has been a visiting professor at Ha Noi University of Foreign Studies, Ha Noi, Viet Nam, and Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand.

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