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'Language Teaching' articles available free of charge
Language Teaching (LT) is a long-established journal of Cambridge University Press, included on both the Social Sciences and Arts and Humanities Citation Indices.
It is a quarterly, professional, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to providing critical reviews on key international research in foreign and second language education.
Editor Graeme Porte has selected the following key articles from the latest issue, available to view free of charge until 29 February 2012:
- Interlanguage pragmatics: From use to acquisition to second language pedagogy
- Meaningful literacy: Writing poetry in the language classroom
- Language acquisition without an acquisition device
- Review of doctoral research in English language education in the Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia (2007-2010)
Language Teaching is published in association with The National Centre for Languages (CiLT) and the British Council.
For more information on the journal and how to submit an article click here.
Tuesday, 31 January 2012
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