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    • IconA bilingual glossary for IELTS band 5  [Article]

      Serrano Van der Laan, Marta (Universidad de Sevilla, 2009)
      A thematic, bilingual glossary was used in an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) course at Politecnico di Torino, Italy. This paper reports on an evaluation performed on this glossary with the objective ...
    • IconA state-of-the art review of background knowledge as one of the major factors that influence reading comprehension performance  [Article]

      Lahuerta Martínez, Ana Cristina (Universidad de Sevilla, 2009)
      The aim of this paper is to review the research carried out to date on the use and effect of background knowledge on reading comprehension. We want to reflect on the use of background knowledge in first (L1) and second ...
    • IconAffect in L2 learning and teaching  [Article]

      Arnold Morgan, Jane (2009)
    • IconIntegrating cross-curricular teaching and CALL is feasible: an intervention project in Primary Education  [Article]

      Rascón Moreno, Diego (Universidad de Sevilla, 2009)
      Foreign language teaching offers an invaluable opportunity to bring peace, health, environmental, gender, sex, moral and civic, road safety, and consumer education into the classroom. Addressing these topics in all subjects ...
    • IconRethinking spoken fluency  [Article]

      McCarthy, Michael (Universidad de Sevilla, 2009)
      This article re-examines the notion of spoken fluency. Fluent and fluency are terms commonly used in everyday, lay language, and fluency, or lack of it, has social consequences. The article reviews the main approaches to ...
    • IconThe treatment of vocabulary in EFL textbooks  [Article]

      López Jiménez, María Dolores (Universidad de Sevilla, 2009)
      This empirical study researches the treatment given to vocabulary in current textbooks published for teaching English as a foreign and/or second language (EFL/ESL). The article starts with a description of some of the ...