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Durham University

School of Education

Research Projects

Mr Voke Efeotor

Research Student in the School of Education

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Voke is a postgraduate research student in the School of Education. His research focuses on polyglots' perceptions and beliefs about language learning. 

Voke graduated from King's College London with a bachelor's degree in law (LLB) and later obtained an MA in English Linguistics. Prior to commencing his PhD, he completed an MA in Educational Research at Durham University.

Research Interests

  • Language acquisition
  • Language assessment


Chapter in book

  • Efeotor, V.E. (2017). A critical analysis of a Saudi preparatory year assessment model. In Language Assessment in the Middle East and North Africa: Theory, Practice and Future Trends. Coombe, C. Davidson, P. Gebril, A. Boraie, D. & Hidri, S. TESOL Arabia. 73-94.

Journal Article

  • Efeotor, V.E. (2016). Practice What You Preach: The Need for a More Critical Approach to Critical Thinking Instruction. International Journal of Bilingual and Multilingual Teachers of English 4(2): 95-104.
  • Efeotor.V.E. (2014). Fair, Reliable, Valid: Developing a Grammar Test Utilizing the Four Building Blocks. Arab World English Journal 5(4): 203-225.

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