some work I do

Teaching & teacher training

In recent years my work at Hilderstone College has centered on:
• EFL methodology and language improvement for non-native speaking teachers of English
• CLIL methods courses, mainly for Dutch secondary school teachers.
I also work with general EFL classes for several weeks every year including courses for undergraduate and post-graduate German university students sponsored by the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes..


Assistant editor of The Teacher Trainer Journal. I support Tessa Woodward, the editor, by evaluating and editing a proportion of the articles submitted and by providing both short and long reviews of publications received by the journal.

Series editor of the Pilgrims/Longman teacher's resource books, 1989-2000: 
Eighteen titles in all.

General editor of & contributor to…
The Recipe Book. 1990. Longman.
The Standby Book. 1997. Cambridge U Press, with later Spanish & Chinese translations.
Language Activities for Teenagers. 2004. Cambridge U Press, with a later Chinese translation.

Content editor & initial copy-editor
Teaching Grammar Creatively. Gerngross, G, H. Puchta & S. Thornbury. 2006. Helbling Languages/Cambridge University Press.

English through Art. Peter Grundy, Hania Bociek, & Kevin Parker. 2011. Helbling Languages.

Co-editor, with Frank Boers
Cognitive Linguistic Approaches to Teaching Vocabulary. 2008. Mouton de Gruyter.


Book reviews
I was a frequent book reviewer for MET (Modern English Teacher) until 2009 and have provided both long reviews and short reviews for The Teacher Trainer Journal for about 15 years. At one time or another I have furnished reader’s reports to Longman (in pre-Pearson days), Oxford University Press, Heinemann, Cambridge University Press (North American division), Helbling Languages, and John Benjamins Publishing.

Pre-publication reviews for journals
Applied Linguistics; Language Learning, Review of Cognitive Linguistics, System.

Pre-conference reviews of abstracts
The first international CRAL conference (Center for Research on the Applications of Language, University of La Rioja, Spain) on Figurative Language Learning and Figurative Language Use: Theory and Applications, October 29-31, 2009;
Prepositions & Aspectuality, Aix-en-Provence, June 2011.

Reviews of articles submitted for conference collections
Papers collected from the1st int’l (3-day) conference on Multilingualism and Applied Comparative Linguistics (Brussels, Feb. 2006).  F. Boers, J. Darquennes & R. Temmerman (2007) Multilingualism and Applied Comparative Linguistics [Cambridge Scholars Pub.]);
Conference papers read at the 33rd International LAUD Symposium, Landau, Germany, March 2008.



My main interests
Some work I do
Books available




My name is Seth Lindstromberg - I live in the UK. This site offers a bit of information about my work and my professional interests but, so far, mainly reading leads in four main topic areas about language teaching.

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