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Journal Title: Linguistics and Education
Volume/Issue:   26 /
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: 1. Editorial Board
Page CO2

2. The logogenesis of writing to learn: A systemic functional perspective
Perry D. Klein, Len Unsworth
Pages 1-17

3. Activism, emotion, and genre: Young adults’ composition of Urgent Action Letters
Ross Collin
Pages 18-30

4. English as a lingua franca and global identities: Perspectives from four second language learners of English in Hong Kong
Chit Cheung Matthew Sung
Pages 31-39

5. Heteroglossia and identities of young adults in Bangladesh
Shaila Sultana
Pages 40-56

6. Responsiveness in teacher explanations: A conversation analytical perspective on scaffolding
Tom Koole, Ed Elbers
Pages 57-69

7. Peer review among students of Spanish as a heritage language: The effectiveness of a metalinguistic literacy task
Jill Jegerski, Estefanía Ponti
Pages 70-82

8. Words on the Web: A call to investigate Language Online
Jennifer A. Russum
Pages 83-84

9. Recent research in translation studies
John McNamara
Pages 85-87

Special Section: Academic language and English learners: Theory and practice; Guest Editor: Mari Haneda

10. Why should we care about academic language?
Mari Haneda
Pages 88-91

11. Using a functional linguistics metalanguage to support academic language development in the English Language Arts
Jason Moore, Mary Schleppegrell
Pages 92-105

12. “Miss, nominalization is a nominalization:” English language learners’ use of SFL metalanguage and their literacy practices
Meg Gebhard, I-An Chen, Lynne Britton
Pages 106-125

13. From academic language to academic communication: Building on English learners’ resources
Mari Haneda
Pages 126-135

14. Researching language and communication in schooling
Constant Leung
Pages 136-144

15. Beyond language: Academic communication and student success
Jim Cummins
Pages 145-154
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Semantics
Sociolinguistics
Syntax
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Bengali
Dutch
English
Spanish
 
LL Issue: 25.2299