Language Teaching is the essential research resource for language professionals providing a rich and expert overview of research in the field of second-language teaching and learning. It offers critical survey articles of recent research on specific topics, second and foreign languages and countries, and invites original research articles reporting on replication studies and meta-analyses. The journal also includes regional surveys of outstanding doctoral dissertations, topic-based research timelines, theme-based research agendas, and recent plenary conference speeches. Research-in-progress reports, themed comparative book review articles and a list of publications received complement the content of each issue. A thorough peer-reviewing procedure applies to both the commissioned and the unsolicited articles. 'An excellent source of information for academics, professionals and graduate students. The state-of-the-art articles are excellent and extremely useful to get the most relevant information in each area. The abstracts and indexes provide a very valuable tool for researchers in applied linguistics.'Jasone Cenoz, University of the Basque CountryClick here for further endorsements of Language TeachingThinking of contributing? Please click here for more information on how to submit to Language Teaching.
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