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Volume 72, Number 2, Summer 2017

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Volume 69, Number 14

Volume 72, Number 2, Summer 2017

ISSN 1017-7108 (Print) / ISSN 2671-9312 (Online)

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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      We are English professors: Identity construction of native English speaker teachers at a Korean University
      Kim, Shinhye
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      Raising EFL learners’ awareness of L2 lexical errors and correct usage: A dual coding approach
      Lee, Sunjung
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      EFL learner and teacher beliefs about grammar learning in Korea
      Kang, Dongho
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      Legitimate or illegitimate uses of test scores in contexts unrelated to test purposes
      Im, Gwan-Hyeok & McNamara, Tim
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      Investigation of content features that determine Korean EFL learners’ argumentative writing qualities
      Paek, Jin Kyung & Kang, Yusun
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      EFL learners’ direct vs. translated writing in different writing genres
      Lee, Jeong-Won & Yoon, Kyeong-ok
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      A study on secondary school English teachers’ general and subject-related job satisfaction. English Teaching
      Park, Esther & Lee, Jin-Hwa
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      Effects of primary English education using children’s literature: A meta-analysis. English Teaching
      Choe, Eunsu, Lee Changhee, & Lee, Sang-Ki.

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