Stop Press: Research Papers in Language Teaching and Learning – Vol 6 (2015) now out!

An eclectic mix of papers in this new volume, the full version of which can be found here.

In this issue, authors address topics that spread across the EFL and applied linguistics board. There are papers on evaluating teacher education courses, on authors’ perspectives about ghost-authoring research papers, on individual differences, learning styles and learner motivation, on the role of emotions in pedagogy and learning.Other papers discuss cultural and intercultural awareness,perspectives about the use of the L1 in the foreign language classroom, writer identities, the impact of corrective feedback on performance, and the strengths of integrating form-focused instruction. The authors refer to contexts in Greece, Cyprus, Iran and China.

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