Key Concepts in ELT

24 Jul

ELT Journal

The ELT Journal has just released a back catalogue of articles published in their “Key Concepts in ELT” series, available as 48 separate pdf downloads.

Anyone who is thinking about doing, or already in the middle of, a DELTA or a MA ELT will almost certainly want to head over and grab what they can while they can!

Titles include:

  • Learner training (ELT Journal 47:1)
  • Learner strategies (ELT Journal 47:1)
  • Fluency (ELT Journal 47:3)
  • Project work (ELT Journal 47:3)
  • Pragmatics (ELT Journal 48:1)
  • Scaffolding (ELT Journal 48:1)
  • Feedback (ELT Journal 48:3)
  • Register (ELT Journal 48:3)
  • Universal grammar (ELT Journal 49:2)
  • Noticing (ELT Journal 50:3)
  • Schemas (ELT Journal 51:1)
  • Classroom research (ELT Journal 51:2)
  • Anaphora (ELT Journal 51:4)
  • Deductive vs. inductive language learning (ELT Journal 52:1)
  • Task (ELT Journal 52:3)
  • Task-based learning and pedagogy (ELT Journal 53:1)
  • Genre (ELT Journal 53:2)
  • Bottom up and Top-down processing (ELT Journal 53:4)
  • Evaluation (ELT Journal 54:2)
  • Lexical Chunks (ELT Journal 54:4)
  • Teachers’ beliefs (ELT Journal 55:2)
  • Language-related episodes (ELT Journal 55:3)
  • Transfer/cross-linguistic influence (the subject of Chris’ enquiry) (ELT Journal 56:1)
  • Language as skill (ELT Journal 56:2)
  • ‘Focus on form’ vs ‘Focus on forms’ (ELT Journal 56:3)
  • Computer Mediated Communication (ELT Journal 56:4)
  • Language Awareness (ELT Journal 57:1)
  • Observation (ELT Journal 57:2)
  • Loop input (ELT Journal 57:3)
  • Discourse communities (ELT Journal 57:4)
  • Globalization and language teaching (ELT Journal 58:1)
  • The apprenticeship of observation (ELT Journal 58:3)
  • Washback and impact (ELT Journal 59:2)
  • English as a lingua franca (ELT Journal 59:4)
  • The Common European Framework (ELT Journal 60:2)
  • Native-speakerism (ELT Journal 60:4)
  • Processing instruction (ELT Journal 61:2) 
  • Motivation in ELT (ELT Journal 61:4)
  • Learner self-beliefs (ELT Journal 62:2)
  • Learner autonomy (ELT Journal 62:4)
  • Age and the critical period hypothesis (ELT Journal 63:2)
  • Innovation in ELT (ELT Journal 63:4)
  • Expertise in language learning and teaching (ELT Journal 64:2)
  • Blended Learning (ELT Journal 64:4)
  • The non-native speaker teacher (ELT Journal 65:2)
  • Corpus-aided language learning (ELT Journal 65:4)
  • Foreign Language Aptitude (ELT Journal 66:2)
  • Repetition in Tasks (ELT Journal 66:3)

To download, just go on over to the ELT Journal website via this link:

Oxford Journals | Humanities | ELT Journal | Key Concepts in ELT.

Thanks to @OUPELTGlobal on Twitter for the initial spot.

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4 Responses to “Key Concepts in ELT”

  1. M Leahy Thursday 25 July 2013 at 10:09 #

    Thanks David, I’ve passed this post onto my colleagues here at Cardiff Met – really useful.

    Hope all is well,

    Michael

    • M Leahy Thursday 25 July 2013 at 10:10 #

      PS We think the blog is great!

      • David Petrie Thursday 25 July 2013 at 11:56 #

        Thanks Michael,
        hope all well with you!

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