Language Teaching - Applied Linguistics Reading Pack

Language Teaching - Applied Linguistics Reading Pack

Language Teaching: Surveys and Studies is the international research resource presenting critical surveys of current knowledge in the field as well as identifying future research needs.

The Language Teaching Applied Linguistics Reading Pack provides an overview of the key content you need if you are looking for an MA or PhD topic or taking on a new group of MA or PhD students.

The articles below are a representative sample of what you’ll find in various sections of Language Teaching.  To view click on the titles below:

* State-of-the-Art Articles - critical survey articles of recent research

Review of washback research literature within Kane’s argument-based validation framework
Liying Cheng, Youyi Sun and Jia Ma

* Research Timeline - graphic overview of the most significant bibliography in the area

Research Timeline: Form-focused instruction and second language acquisition
Hossein Nassaji

* Replication Studies

Learning vocabulary through meaning-focused input: Replication of Elley (1989) and Liu & Nation (1985)
Stuart Webb

* Thinking Allowed

International teaching assistants at universities: A research agenda
Greta Gorsuch

Research into practice: Grammar learning and teaching
Diane Larsen-Freeman

* New section: research agendas and classroom applications of research

Interactive alignment: A teaching-friendly view of second language pronunciation learning
Pavel Trofimovich

 

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