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LINGUIST List 21.2647

Fri Jun 18 2010

FYI: Book Reviews for TESOL/AL Web Journal

Editor for this issue: Rachelle Felzien <rachellelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Sarah Creider, Book Reviews for TESOL/AL Web Journal

Message 1: Book Reviews for TESOL/AL Web Journal
Date: 17-Jun-2010
From: Sarah Creider <scc2120columbia.edu>
Subject: Book Reviews for TESOL/AL Web Journal
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Book Reviewers Needed for Teachers College, Columbia University Working
Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics

The following six books are available for review for the TESOL/AL Web Journal:

1) Bachman, L. & Palmer, A. (2010). Language assessment in practice.
Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2) Kramsch, C. (2009). The multilingual subject. Oxford: Oxford University

3) Cruz-Ferreira, M. (Ed.) (2010). Multilingual norms. Frankfort am Main:
Peter Lang.

4) de Bot, K. & Schrauf, R. W. (Eds.) (2009). Language development over the
lifespan. New York: Routledge.

5) Cook, G. (2010). Translation in language teaching. Oxford: Oxford
University Press.

6) Edge, J. & Garton, S. (2009). From experience to knowledge in ELT.
Oxford: Oxford University Press.

If you would like to review any of these books for the Web Journal, please
contact me at scc2120columbia.edu with a one- or two-paragraph summary
describing your qualifications as a reviewer, including your subject areas
of interest. Please also send your mailing address/phone number. Be sure to
specify which book you are interested in reviewing.

We also accept reviews for books not listed above. If you are interested in
reviewing other books for the Web Journal, you may submit a proposal
detailing the book information. Books must be current and relevant to TESOL
or Applied Linguistics.

Thank you,
Sarah Creider
Book Review Editor

Teachers College, Columbia University Working Papers in TESOL & Applied

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Language Acquisition; Sociolinguistics; Translation

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