Koen Van Gorp

List of John Benjamins publications for which Koen Van Gorp plays a role.

Journals

Articles

Van Gorp, Koen and Kris Van den Branden 2023 PrefaceTASK 3:1, pp. 1–4
Editorial
Van Gorp, Koen and Kris Van den Branden 2023 Spreading the word: An interview with Jane WillisTASK 3:1, pp. 178–190
Jane Willis worked overseas as an English teacher and teacher trainer for many years, during which time she began using the Birmingham University International Language Database to design a series of course books based on a lexical syllabus and using a TBLT methodology. Then, back in the UK, she… read more | Discussion
Van den Branden, Kris and Koen Van Gorp 2023 PrefaceTASK 3:2, pp. 209–212
Editorial
Van den Branden, Kris and Koen Van Gorp 2022 PrefaceTASK 2:2, pp. 159–163
Editorial
Article
Van den Branden, Kris and Koen Van Gorp 2021 Introducing TASK: Editors’ preface to the first edition of TASKTASK 1:1, pp. 1–10
Introduction
Van den Branden, Kris and Koen Van Gorp 2021 PrefaceTASK 1:2, pp. 151–154
Introduction
This article provides a critical analysis of the language policy measures that were taken by the Flemish government (Belgium) to improve the quality of the teaching of the national language (Dutch) in compulsory education in Flanders and in the Flemish education system in Brussels. It builds on Van… read more | Article
Vandommele, Goedele, Kris Van den Branden and Koen Van Gorp 2018 Chapter 6. Task-based language teaching: How task-based is it really?TBLT as a Researched Pedagogy, Samuda, Virginia, Kris Van den Branden and Martin Bygate (eds.), pp. 165–198
The purpose of the study described in this chapter was to explore the classroom practices of teachers with varying degrees of experience in task-based language teaching (TBLT) while using a task-based syllabus. In particular, we wanted to assess the extent to which their actual classroom practices… read more | Chapter
Review
Review
Educational priority policy schools differ in the learning outcomes they achieve with second language learners. School effectiveness research suggests that teachers can make a difference, but fails to make clear exactly how they can do so. This quasi-experimental study combines a comparison group… read more | Article