Foreign Language Annals
© American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Inc.
Edited By: Dr. Anne Nerenz
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 61/181 (Linguistics); 112/231 (Education & Educational Research)
Online ISSN: 1944-9720
Recently Published Issues
Most-Cited Articles of 2016
Below are the top five most-cited articles from Foreign Language Annals in 2016.
1. The Comprehension Strategies of Second Language (French) Listeners: A Descriptive Study
Laurens Vandergrift Ph.D.
Volume 30, Issue 3
2. Social Interaction and Linguistic Gain During Study Abroad
Sally Sieloff Magnan, Michele Back
Volume 40, Issue 1
3. An Investigation of Students' Perspectives on Anxiety and Speaking
Dolly Jesusita Young
Volume 23, Issue 6
4. A Reevaluation of the Role of Anxiety: Self-Efficacy, Anxiety, and Their Relation to Reading and Listening Proficiency
Nicole Mills, Frank Pajares, Carol Herron
Volume 39, Issue 2
5. Effects of Language Anxiety on Three Proficiency-Level Courses of Spanish as a Foreign Language
Mónica Marcos-Llinás, Maria Juan Garau
Volume 42, Issue 1
The Latest Video Abstracts
Volume 49, Issue 4
In this video abstract, Olimpia Pérez-Broncano discusses her and Ana Oskoz's article What Did You Say? How Did You Say It? Linguistics Choices in Online Discussions.
Watch Katie Angus discuss her article Saying vs. Doing: A Contradiction in the Professional Development of Foreign Language Teaching Assistants in this video abstract.
Most-Read Articles of 2016
Below are the top five most-read articles from Foreign Language Annals in 2016.
1. Supporting Second Language Writing Using Multimodal Feedback
Idoia Elola, Ana Oskoz
Volume 49, Issue 1
2. Learner Attitudes, Perceptions, and Beliefs in Language Learning
Pamela M. Wesely
Volume 45, Issue S1
3. Identity and Language Learning in Study Abroad
Volume 46, Issue 3
4. Language-Learning Motivation During Short-Term Study Abroad: An Activity Theory Perspective
Heather Willis Allen
Volume 43, Issue 1
5. Comparing the OPI and the OPIc: The Effect of Test Method on Oral Proficiency Scores and Student Preference
Gregory L. Thompson, Troy L. Cox, Nieves Knapp
Volume 49, Issue 1