English Teaching, KATE Journal, English education, English learning, journal

Volume 61 Number 1 Spring 2006

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Volume 69, Number 14

Volume 61 Number 1 Spring 2006

ISSN 1017-7108

English Teaching publishes quantitative and qualitative research studies and response articles that critically reflect on current practices in our profession in East Asian context. Each issue offers around 10 research studies and response articles.

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    A Corpus-based Analysis of Korean EFL Learner’s Use of Amplifier Collocations
    Soyoung Lee
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    Multiple Effects and the Learnability of English Unaccusatives
    GyeongHee No & Taegoo Chung
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    Task-based Supplementation: Achieving High School Textbook Goals through Form-focused Interaction
    Andrew Finch
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    The Effects of Different Types of Extensive Reading Materials on Reading Amount, Attitude, and Motivation
    Insook Shin & Byung-kyoo Ahn
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    How Do Learner Variables Affect the Provision and Uptake of Recast in NS-NNS and NNS-NNS Dyads?
    Hyun Jin Kim
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    What Mechanism Operates on Interlanguage Development of Procedural Knowledge?: SPM Functions
    Young Myeong Kim & Oryang Kwon
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    Writing Apprehension and Writing Achievement of Korean EFL College Students
    Kyung Ja Kim
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    Politeness Behavior in Requests as a Function of Downgrading
    Jaesuk Suh
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    How Are Reading Strategies Used in Different Reading Stages?
    Unkyoung Maeng
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    L1 Use in L2 Writing Process of Korean EFL Students
    Yeon Hee Choi & Jieun Lee
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    Choices They Make: How ESL Teachers Initiate Repair in the Classroom
    Guiboke Seong
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    The Effect of Genre-Based Instruction: Improving English Writing Ability in the Classroom
    Kyonglim Lee

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