Issues in Language Instruction

Issues in Language Instruction is a peer-reviewed journal for and by university instructors of English to speakers of additional languages (EAL). The mission of the journal is to explore innovation in all kinds of EAL instruction, including English for academic purposes, English for professional purposes, and general ESL at the university level. ILI welcomes all kinds of submissions related to the practice, interpretation, and advancement of our profession.





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Issues in Language Instruction

 
This website is the new home of Issues in Language Instruction, published by the Applied English Center at the University of Kansas.  
Posted: 2017-12-19
 
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Vol 6, No 1 (2017): Special Issue: Expanding the Relevance of the Applied English Center

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Table of Contents

Articles

ILI Editors
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1
Marcellino Berardo
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2-5
Melissa Stamer-Peterson
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6-12
Jenny Selvidge
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13-17
Marcellino Berardo
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18-28
Carolyn Heacock, Summer Peixoto, Melissa Stamer-Peterson, Baiba Šedriks, Marina Greene
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29-37
ILI Editors
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38-40