How to create narrow reading texts using authentic online resources – guest blog by Stacey Johnson from Vanderbilt university | Gianfranco Conti, Phd (Applied Linguistics), MA (TEFL), MA (English Lit.), PGCE (Modern Languages and P.E.)

Introduction
In this very practical and useful post, Stacey Johnson, Senior Lecturer in Spanish and French, Assistant Director of Technology and Teacher trainer at the Centre for Applied Language Studies at Vanderbilt University gives practical tips on how she has trained her EFL teacher trainees to create narrow reading texts using authentic resources. The whole process takes her students very little time to create and it results in highly patterned and effective resources. I like it, as it way less laborious than mine and much more time efficient. Well done, Stacey ! Here it is.
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