Number of items at this level: 75.
Language and Inclusion in Mainstream Classrooms.
Miller, Jennifer, Kostogriz, Alex, & Gearon, Margaret (Eds.) Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classrooms : New Dilemmas for Teachers.
Multilingual Matters, Bristol, UK ; Buffalo, NY, pp. 75-91.
Adapting to virtual third space language learning futures.
Veiga Marriott, R & Torres, P (Eds.) Handbook of Research on E-Learning Methodologies for Language Acquisition.
Information Science Reference (IGI Global), United States of America, Pennsylvania, Hershey, pp. 524-538.
Iyer, Radha, Kettle, Margaret, Luke, Allan, & Mills, Kathy A.
Critical applied linguistics.
Leung, Constant & Street, Brian V. (Eds.) The Routledge Companion to English Studies.
Routledge, London, pp. 317-332.
Forward: On Chineseness.
Mu, Guanglun Michael (Ed.) Learning Chinese as a Heritage Language: An Australian Perspective.
Multilingual Matters and Channel View Publications, Clevedon [England] ; Philadelphia, i-iii. (In Press)
Forward: Which childhood? Whose deficit?
Anderson, Ann, Anderson, Jim, Hare, Jan, & McTavish, Mary (Eds.) Language, Learning and Culture in Early Childhood: Family, School and Community Contexts.
Taylor & Francis Group, New York & London.
Smith, Patriann & Kumi-Yeboah, Alex (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Cross-Cultural Approaches to Language and Literacy Development.
IGI Global Publishing, Hershey, Pa, i-v.
Suaysuwan, Noparat & Kapitzke, Cushla
Thai English language textbooks 1960–2000 : postwar, industrial and global changes.
Nozaki, Yoshiko, Openshaw , Roger, & Luke, Allan (Eds.) Struggles Over Difference : Curriculum, Texts, and Pedagogy in the Asia-Pacific.
State University of New York Press, Albany, pp. 79-97.
Kettle, Margaret A., Yuan, Yifeng, Luke, Allan, Ewing, Robyn, & Shen, Huizhong
The pedagogical, linguistic and content features of popular English language learning websites in China : a framework for analysis and design.
Frontiers of Education in China, 7(4), pp. 534-552.
Bai, Li & Hudson, Peter B.
Research productivity levels of Chinese TEFL academics. In
Matters, Pamela (Ed.)
Proceedings of the 2009 Australian Association For Research In Education International Education Research Conference, 29 Nov - 3 Dec 2009, National Convention Centre, Canberra.
L1 Learning Strategy Instruction does make a difference in EFL listening: An empirical study. In
Gómez Chova, L., Martí Belenguer, D., & López Martínez, A. (Eds.)
EDULEARN11 Conference Proceedings, International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED), Barcelona, Spain, pp. 1713-1722.
Nguyen, Thi Mai Hoa, Hudson, Peter B., & Reedy, David
Preparing preservice teachers to teach EFL writing: Motivations, perceptions, expectations, and challenges. In
JALT Conference Proceedings, The Japan Association for Language Teaching, Tokyo, Japan. (In Press)
Tangen, Donna J., Chen, Josephine, & Hepple, Erika
Transforming educational practice : teachers' perceptions of embedding academic litaracy support within a B.Ed twinning program. In
Burden, Robert & Postlethwaite, Keith (Eds.)
Emerging Trends In Higher Education Learning And Teaching : Proceedings of the TARC International Conference On Learning And Teaching, Tunku Abdul Rahman College, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, pp. 184-189.
Woodman, Karen & Kazoullis, Vasilia
Facebook, telecollaboration, and international access to technology in the classroom. In
V. Cipolla Ficarra, Francisco, Veltman, K., Verber, D., Novak, B., Fulton, P., Edison, D., et al. (Eds.)
Fourth International Conference on Advances in New Technologies, Interactive Interfaces and Communicability, Blue Herons Editions, Huerta Grande, Cordoba, Argentina, pp. 116-124.
Luke, Allan, Cazden, Courtney, Coopes, Rhonda, , , , , , , et al.
A Summative Evaluation of the Stronger Smarter Learning Communities Project : Vol 1 and Vol 2.
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD.
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