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Journal Title: ELT Journal
Volume/Issue:   67 / 4
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: Editor's choice: Towards creativity in ELT: the need to say something new
Tan Bee Tin

Effective and practical critical thinking-enhanced EFL instruction
Ya-Ting C. Yang and Jeffrey Gamble

‘Hi doctor, give me handouts’: low-proficiency learners and requests
Saad Al-Gahtani and Carsten Roever

Online collaborative learning on an ESL teacher education programme
Richard Cullen, John Kullman, and Carol Wild

Vocabulary explanation in English-major university classrooms in China
Xiaoyan Xie

The relationship between assessment types and text revision
Ricky Lam

It’s never too late: an overview of e-learning
Neil Cowie and Keiko Sakui

Point and counterpoint

Language-teaching method revisited
Penny Ur

Context as solution: a step too far?
Duncan Hunter

A response to Duncan Hunter
Penny Ur

Forum report

Researching with children
Annamaria Pinter, Kuchah Kuchah, and Richard Smith

Key concepts in ELT

Learning styles
Sarvenaz Hatami
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
LL Issue: 24.3562