The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics

Online ISBN: 9781405198431

DOI: 10.1002/9781405198431

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  1. Analysis of Discourse and interaction
  2. Assessment and Testing
  3. Bilingual and Multilingual Education
  4. Bilingualism and Multilingualism
  5. Biographies
  6. Cognitive Second Language Acquisition
  7. Conversation Analysis
  8. Corpus Linguistics
  9. Critical Discourse Analysis
  10. Culture and Context
  11. Discourse
  12. Forensic Linguistics
  13. Grammar
  14. Language for Specific Purposes
  15. Language Ideology
  16. Language Learning and Teaching
    1. Advocacy in Language Teaching
    2. Affect and Language Teaching
    3. Age-Appropriate Instruction and Assessment for School-Age Learners
    4. Allwright, Dick
    5. Authenticity in the Language Teaching Curriculum
    6. Bilingual Education
    7. Bilingual/Immersion Teacher Education
    8. Byrnes, Heidi
    9. Christian, Donna
    10. Classroom Research
    11. Collaborative Language Learning
    12. Content-Based Language Instruction
    13. Corpus Linguistics in Language Teaching
    14. Critical Pedagogy in Language Teaching
    15. Dialogic Inquiry and Teacher Talk in Second Language Classrooms
    16. Dictionaries and Technology
    17. Difficulty and Complexity of Language Features and Second Language Instruction
    18. Dörnyei, Zoltán
    19. Educational Language Policy and Planning
    20. Educational Research in Language Minority Students
    21. Explicit Knowledge and Grammar Explanation in Second Language Instruction
    22. Foreign-Language Distance Learning Programs
    23. Foreign-Language Teaching for Students With Language-Learning Problems
    24. Form-Focused Instruction
    25. Genre-Based Language Teaching
    26. Graded Readers
    27. Heritage Language Teaching
    28. History of Language Teaching Methods
    29. Identities and Language Teaching in Classrooms
    30. Immersion Programs
    31. Individual Differences in the Classroom
    32. Innovation in Language Teaching and Learning
    33. Input-Based Instructional Approaches
    34. Instructed Second Language Acquisition
    35. Instructional Computer-Assisted Language Learning
    36. Integration of Language and Content Learning
    37. Knowledge Base of Language Teachers
    38. Krashen, Stephen
    39. Language and Education for Returnees
    40. Language Learning and Teaching: Overview
    41. Language Policy for Sign Languages
    42. Language Study Abroad
    43. Language Teacher Development
    44. Large-Sized Language Classes
    45. Learner Readiness
    46. Learning to Read in New Writing Systems
    47. Legal Disputes Over Second Language Instruction in the United States
    48. Lightbown, Patsy M.
    49. Linguistic Differentiation in All Classrooms
    50. Lyster, Roy
    51. Materials Development
    52. Materials Publication
    53. Measuring the Effectiveness of Second Language Instruction in Research
    54. Morley, Joan
    55. Needs Analysis
    56. Non-Native-Speaker English Teachers
    57. Nunan, David
    58. Online Intercultural Exchanges
    59. Output-Based Instructional Approaches
    60. Peer Response in Second Language Writing
    61. Practice in Second Language Instruction
    62. Program Evaluation
    63. Role of Instruction in Second Language Acquisition Theories
    64. Roles for Corrective Feedback in Second Language Instruction
    65. Self-Access and Independent Learning Centers
    66. Silence and Participation in the Language Classroom
    67. Spada, Nina
    68. Syllabus Design
    69. Systemic Functional Linguistic Approaches to Teaching English-Language Learners
    70. Task-Based Language Teaching
    71. Task-Based Learning: Research Methods
    72. Teaching a Second or Additional Dialect
    73. Teaching a Third Language
    74. Teaching Adolescent and Adult Language Learners With Limited or Interrupted Formal Schooling
    75. Teaching Business English
    76. Teaching Culture and Intercultural Competence
    77. Teaching English as a Foreign Language in Kindergarten to 12th Grade
    78. Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Students With Specific Learning Differences
    79. Teaching English for Medical and Health Professions
    80. Teaching for Internationalization and Critical Citizenship
    81. Teaching for Language Awareness
    82. Teaching Grammar
    83. Teaching Indigenous Languages
    84. Teaching Integrated Skills
    85. Teaching Language for Academic Purposes
    86. Teaching Language for Peace
    87. Teaching Language-Learning Strategies
    88. Teaching Less Commonly Taught Languages
    89. Teaching Listening
    90. Teaching Literacy
    91. Teaching Pragmatics
    92. Teaching Reading
    93. Teaching Signed Languages
    94. Teaching Speaking
    95. Teaching Translation and Interpreting
    96. Teaching Vocabulary
    97. Teaching Writing
    98. Technology-Supported Materials for Language Teaching
    99. The Dictionary as a Tool in Language Learning
    100. Tucker, G. Richard
    101. US Foreign-Language Teaching in Kindergarten to 12th Grade
    102. Using Metalanguage in Teaching
    103. Using Popular Culture in Language Teaching
    104. Using the First Language and Code Switching in Second Language Classrooms
    105. Using the World Wide Web for Language Teaching
    106. Values in Language Teaching
    107. VanPatten, Bill
  17. Language Policy and Planning
  18. Lexis
  19. Literacy
  20. Multimodal communication
  21. Phonetics and Phonology
  22. Pragmatics
  23. Qualitative Methods
  24. Quantitative and Mixed Methods
  25. Social, Dynamic, and Complexity Theory Approaches to Second Language Development
  26. Technology and Language
  27. Translation and Interpreting
  28. World Englishes

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