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

Volume 69 Number 1 Spring 2014

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Volume 69, Number 14

Volume 69 Number 1 Spring 2014

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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    Discourse-based grammar and the teaching of academic reading and writing in EFL contexts
    Marianne Celce-Murcia & Isaiah WonHo Yoo
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    Teachers’ reflection on implementation of innovative feedback approaches in EFL writing
    Icy Lee
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    Cohesive devices in English writing textbooks and Korean learners’ English writings
    Hee Youn Cho & Jeong-Ah Chin
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    Test-taking strategies of L2 adolescent learners: Three multiple-choice items and L2 proficiency
    Sung Hye Kim & Yuah V. Chon
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    Why students don’t participate in English medium instruction classes in a Korean university: A case study
    Gyungsook Jane Lee
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    Relative contribution of working memory capacity to L2 reading comprehension
    Min Jin Lee
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    Use of signaling nouns in published and Korean student academic writing in applied linguistics
    Sun-Young Oh
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    Shifting from reflective practices to reflexivity: An autoethnography of an L2 teacher educator
    Laura Eunae Park
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    Can synchronous videoconferencing lessons improve Korean students’ English pronunciation?
    Joohee Son
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    Different feedback and different reactions in L2 writing: A case study of different levels of university students
    Hyun-Jung Yoo

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