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TOC: Language Awareness Vol 12, No 3-4 (2003)

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Message 1: Language Awareness Vol 12 Nos 3&4, 2003

Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 04:42:44 -0500 (EST)
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Subject: Language Awareness Vol 12 Nos 3&4, 2003

Publisher: Multilingual Matters
Journal Title: Language Awareness
Volume Number: 12
Issue Number: 3&4
Issue Date: 2003

Subtitle: Papers from the 6th Int. Conf of the Association for
Language Awareness Umea July 2002

Main text:
Second Language Awareness: What For and For Whom?
Inger Lindberg
Institute of Swedish as a Second Language, G�teborg University,

Stimulated Recall as a Trigger for Increasing Noticing and Language
Awareness in the L2 Writing Classroom: A Case Study of Two Young
Female Writers
Eva Lindgren
Department of Modern Languages/English and Department of Philosophy
and Linguistics, Ume� University, Sweden
Kirk P.H. Sullivan
Department of Philosophy and Linguistics and Department of Computing
Science, Ume� University, Sweden

Natural Language Processing (NLP) as an Instrument of Raising the
Language Awareness of Learners of English as a Second Language
Marina Dodigovic
English Language Center, College of Arts and Sciences, Zayed
University, Dubai, UAE

Multilingual Students' Awareness of their Language Teachers' Other
Larissa Aronin
Department of Foreign Languages, University of Haifa, Israel
Muiris Laoire
Department of Languages and Communication, School of Business and
Humanities, Institute of Technology (North Campus), Tralee, Ireland

Self-awareness in NNS EFL Primary and Secondary School Teachers
Enric Llurda
Universitat de Lleida, dep. d'Angl�s i Ling��stica
Eurongel Huguet
Universitat de Lleida, dep. de Pedagogia i Psicologia

Language Awareness and/or Language Learning in French Primary Schools
Andrea Young and Christine Helot
I.U.F.M. d'Alsace, 67100 Strasbourg, France
GEPE EA 3405: Groupe d'�tudes sur le plurilinguisme Europ�en,
Universit� Marc Bloch, Strasbourg

Intercomprehension in Language Teacher Education: A Dialogue between
English and Modern Languages
Suzanne Burley and Cathy Pomphrey
London Metropolitan University, Department of Education, UK
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