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Vol 33 No 4, October - December 1995 

Editorial: Journey into Cyberspace and Back to the Classroom Again


"Modem" Time:: How Electronic Communications Are Changing Our Lives
Anthea Tillyer 


Revisiting McLuhan's Thesis: The Medium is the Message
Richard Loring Taylor 


An Excellent Match: Literacy Portfolios and ESP
Ann M. Johns 


Structuring Scientific Discourse: Using the "Given-New" Perspective
Kevin Ngozi Nwogu 
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BRAZIL
Putting the Computer in its Proper Place--: Inside the Classroom
Luis Reis 


CANADA
Toward Student Autonomy in Reading: Reciprocal Teaching
Gerry Hewitt 


COLOMBIA
Ten Ideas for Creative Writing in the EFL Classroom
Rigoberto Castillo and Grady Hillman 


HONG KONG
Materials Production in EFL:: A Team Process
Lindsay Miller 


ISRAEL
Selecting, Organizing, and Presenting Reading Materials by Genre
Marsha Syrquin 


IVORY COAST
Language Teacher Preparation in Developing Countries: Structuring Pre-Service Teacher Training Programmes
David Cross 


JAPAN
Expanding Vocabulary Through Reading
Fukuji Maruyama 


JAPAN
Meaningful Communicative Repetition
Tim Murphey 


KUWAIT
Conversation Classes or Discussion Classes: Which Do We Teach?
William Bickerdike 


PERU
The Remedial English Project
A. Augusto Lescano 


SPAIN
Learner Autonomy and Cooperative Learning
Mary Jo Rendon 


THAILAND
The Roles of the Teacher in the Reading Classroom
Arunee Wiriyachitra 




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