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TOC: ELT Journal 69/1 (2015)

Editor for this issue: Andrew Lamont <>

Date: 16-Dec-2014
From: Emma Turner <>
Subject: ELT Journal Vol. 69, No. 1 (2015)
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Publisher: Oxford University Press

Journal Title: ELT Journal
Volume Number: 69
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2015

Main Text:

ELT Journal

Read Volume 69 Issue 1 (January 2015) online now at


ELT Journal Debate 2015 at IATEFL


Free Editor's Choice

Action research facilitated by university–school collaboration
by Rui Yuan and Icy Lee

Getting EFL students to speak: an action research approach
by Gerald Talandis, Jr and Michael Stout

Reflecting on teacher–student relations in TESOL
by Thomas S. C. Farrell

The benefits of attending ELT conferences
by Simon Borg

A case for bilingual learners’ dictionaries
by Robert Lew and Arleta Adamska-Sałaciak

Learning from giving feedback: a study of secondary-level students
by Jessica Berggren

Teacher-led collaborative modelling in academic L2 writing courses
by Rosemary Wette

Technology for the language teachers:

Online intercultural exchanges
by Nicky Hockly

Readers respond:

Guidelines for designing and conducting L2 listening studies
by Jeremy Cross and Larry Vandergrift


Problems with best practice
by Raymond Sheehan

Lexical priming and explicit grammar in foreign language instruction
by Paweł Scheffler


Meaningful Action: Earl Stevick’s Influence on Language Teaching
Reviewed by Hanna Kryszewska

English Language Teaching Textbooks: Content, Consumption, Production
Reviewed by Scott Thornbury

The Strategy Factor in Successful Language Learning
Reviewed by Yongqi Gu

Exploring Vocabulary: Language in Action
Reviewed by Is’haaq Akbarian

Exploring Language Assessment and Testing: Language in Action
Reviewed by Constant Leung

Changing Methodologies in TESOL
Reviewed by Alan Maley

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