Rassaei looks at the effectiveness of summarization, question-and-answer, and prediction writing activities on vocabulary acquisition.
Freedman describes how she uses close reading strategies in multilingual higher education classes, relying heavily on modeling, paraphrase, thinking aloud, and questioning.
This article introduces LX as a way to move away from the native/non-native speaker or L1/L2 dichotomy towards a more accurate representation of multi-competent language users.
This article provides evidence for the effectiveness of extensive reading on reading proficiency as well as guidelines for implementing an extensive reading program.
This article looks at an approach to providing feedback on students’ written work that is more valuable, can help enhance learner autonomy, and potentially save teachers time and frustration.
This Research Bite reports on an experimental approach to teaching phrasal verbs based on cognitive linguistics. Previous research, the experiment, findings, and practical implications are discussed.
This study examines the rhetorical moves frequently found in different phases of EAP lessons and the particular language features common in each phase. The insight from this study may enable teachers to create more accessible and easily navigable lessons.