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Vol 36 No 2, April - June 1998 

Applying Multiple Intelligences Theory: in Preservice and Inservice TEFL Education Programs
Mary Ann Christison 


"Town Meetings of the Imagination": Discovering American Language through Literature
Marion Tangum 


Promoting Effective Professional Development: in English Language Teaching (ELT)
Liz England 


Designing Materials: for Teacher Autonomy
Ingrid Wisniewska 


English Corner and EFL Extracurricular Writing
Huang Jing 


Acquisition Activities in Intensive Reading
Xu Zhenghua 


Train Them to Summarise
Ali S.M. Al-Issa 


Toward More Reality and Realism in ESP Syllabuses
Anna Jureckov  



CHINA
An Academic or a More Practical Approach
Xiao Aili 


COLOMBIA
Research Writing in a Foreign Language
JoEllen M. Simpson 


MOROCCO
Looking for Ideas about Error Correction? Try One of These!
Margaret Ląpez 


POLAND
Seven Things Adult Learners Dislike
Agnieszka Strzalka 


SLOVAKIA
How to Kill Three Birds with One Dictation
Eva Homolova 


URUGUAY
Seeking Authentic Changes: New Performance-based Report Cards
Fernando Fleurquin 

 



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