April 21, 2013

Article Series: Linking Second Languages Research and Practice

From http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/k164014v2156/?p=e77c898b94fb46da80d7696e6215d833&pi=14

Linking Second Languages Research and Practice is a joint project between the Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers and the Canadian Modern Language Review. As part of a continued effort to offer pedagogical support, this project was developed in view of making L2 research more accessible and relevant to language educators.

The series features six CMLR articles on classroom pedagogy (4 French as a second language and 2 English as a second language) and six corresponding Teachers Guides, developed by Dr Callie Mady of Nipissing University. The Guides help educators put into practice some of the research findings published in the Canadian Modern Language Review. These guides aim to promote reflection on teaching by providing a summary of each article in an interview format with the researcher(s), offering suggestions for practical implications gleaned from each article, giving thought-provoking after-reading questions, and suggesting other articles for further reading.

Open access to the series is available at http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/k164014v2156/?p=e77c898b94fb46da80d7696e6215d833&pi=14

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