TESOL Quarterly

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Edited By: Brian Paltridge and Ahmar Mahboob

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 44/161 (Linguistics); 65/203 (Education & Educational Research)

Online ISSN: 1545-7249

Associated Title(s): TESOL Journal

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Call for Abstracts

TESOL Quarterly announces a special issue for 2015 on Multimodality in TESOL.

The deadline for abstracts is April 1, 2014.

This issue of TESOL Quarterly will highlight current research in TESOL which considers language within a broader range of meaning-making resources and the implications for teaching, for learning and for broader understandings of how language learners position themselves in the world.

For more information on this special issue, including submission guidelines, click here.

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TESOL Quarterly Special Topic Issue:
Plurilingualism in TESOL
Shelley K. Taylor and Kristin Snoddon, Editors

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Listen to authors Paula Winke and Susan Gass comment on their recently published article, The Influence of Second Language Experience and Accent Familiarity on Oral Proficiency Rating: A Qualitative Investigation, in this video abstract.


TESOL Award for Distinguished Research from TESOL and Heinle for "Evaluating the Validity of a High-Stakes ESL Test: Why Teachers' Perceptions Matter." Article selected by the TESOL organization for the best TESOL-related, empirical research article appearing in 2011.

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