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Vol 35 No 3, July - September 1997 

Editorial: Literature, Drama, & Language Teaching


Let's Not Show the Teacher: EFL Students' Secret Exchange Journals
Lynn Worthington 


Factors to Consider: Developing Adult EFL Students' Speaking Abilities
Kang Shumin 


ESL with Children's Literature: The Way Whole Language Worked in One Kindergarten Class
Irma K. Ghosn 


The Best of Both Worlds: Adapting ESL Methodology to the EFL Environment
Mary C. Black 


Some Classroom Strategies: Developing Critical Literacy Awareness
Chitra Varaprasad 



ALBANIA
An EFL Theater Festival: After the Ball is Over
Elliott Swift 


ALGERIA
How We Proceed with Fables
Azzeddine' Bencherab and Ahmed Tahar Berrabah 


CHINA
Tape Recorders, Role-Plays, and Turn-Taking in Large EFL Listening and Speaking Classes
Xiao Haozhang 


CHINA
At the Beginning and the End: Two "Memorable" Activities
Susan L. Schwartz 


HONG KONG
Another of My Ideas Bites the Dust
Viola Wong Yuk-yue 


POLAND
Fifty Words to the Wise: The Mini-Saga in Class
Anna Luczak and Danuta Stanulewicz 


RUSSIA
Developing Speech Habits with the Help of Songs
Natalia Orlova 


S. ARABIA
Role-Playing for Inhibited Students in Paternal Communities
Abdullah I. Al-Saadat and Elhami A. Afifi 

 

SPAIN
Using Film Posters in the Classroom
Carmen Perez Basanta 


SPAIN
Jigsaw Stories: A Motivating Way of Reading
Carmen Pilar Serrano Boyer 


URUGUAY
Developing Speaking Skills by Creating Our Own Simulations for the EFL Courses
Beatriz Chelle dePorto 

 



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