Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching - Vol.5 No 1 - mars 2015

lundi 17 août 2015

Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching est une revue trimestrielle, publiée en anglais, par le Département d’Anglais de l’Université Adam Mickewicz en Pologne. Elle publie des articles originaux sur l’enseignement et l’apprentissage des langues vivantes, et pas seulement de l’anglais.

Articles published in this issue

Adriana Biedroń – Neurology of foreign language aptitude (doi:10.14746/ssllt.2014.5.1.2)

Yinxing Jin, Kees de Bot, Merel Keijzer – The anxiety-proficiency relationship and the stability of anxiety : The case of Chinese university learners of English and Japanese

Zhongshe Lu, Meihua Liu – An investigation of Chinese university EFL learners’ foreign language reading anxiety, reading strategy use and reading comprehension performance

Thomas Lockley – Promoting international posture through history as content and language integrated learning (CLIL) in a Japanese context

Simone E. Pfenninger – MSL in the digital ages : Effects and effectiveness of computer-mediated intervention for FL learners with dyslexia

Jan Vanhove – Analyzing randomized controlled interventions : Three notes for applied linguists

François Pichette, Sébastien Béland, Shahab Jolani, Justyna Leśniewska – The handling of missing binary data in language research

Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching welcomes previously unpublished articles in the field of learning and teaching second and foreign languages. The contributions can take the form of original research reports, replication studies, review articles, state of the art papers, reply articles and book reviews. The papers should be in the range of 6000-8000 words and book reviews about 1000 words in length. Contributions should be submitted electronically to

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