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Vol 32 No 2, April - June 1994 

Getting Published


Practical Ways to Promote Reflection in the ESL/FL Classroom
Ali Yahya Al-Arishi 


Writing an Academic Article: an Editor Writes . . .
Malcolm Benson 


Setting up and Editing an "In-House" Journal
Virginia Bunker 


Planning an English Course for Students of Health Care
Deborah Mason 


Teaching Spoken English for Informative Purposes
Thomas Hawes and Sarah Thomas 



PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Rote, Rule, Role, Rule: From A to B and Back Again in Sutra-Chanting-Style Exercises
David Kellogg 


ISRAEL
You Don't Need a Video!
Elaine Hoter and Laureen Rabbe 


SPAIN
A Portrait of the English Student as a Young Hero
Carme Manuel Cuenca 


SWITZERLAND
English and Geography: A Report on an Interdisciplinary Experience
Ulrich Gerber and Jurg Alean 


SYRIA
Four Strategies for Increasing Oral Production in the EFL Classroom
Sada A. Daoud 


TAIWAN
The Taped Report: A Warm-Up Activity
Yeh Chieh-yue 


UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Reinforcing Vocabulary: Writing Analogies
Joseph Stockdale 


UNITED STATES
Two Workshops at the East-West Center


VENEZUELA
Note-Taking: The Link between Oral and Written Production
Marianela Najul and Giancarla Marchi 

 



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