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Teangeolas, n38-39 1999-2000

This journal is published twice a year with the aim of disseminating the work of the Linguistics Institute of Ireland and publishing articles on different aspects of applied linguistics and the learning and teaching of living languages. Articles and regular features in this issue include the following: "Institute Matters"; "Staff Activities"; "Some Aspects of the Current state of Foreign Language Education in the United States" (David Barnwell); "Teleservices Languages or Language: A Personal Perspective" (Edward Bressan); "Cursa Inseirbhise i mBeal Feirste don Ghaeloideachas" (Sean Mac Corraidh); "Language and Language Policies in the EU: Haphazard Views from Outside" (Alfred J. Majewicz); "From L2-L2/3: An Investigation of Learners Metalinguistic Awareness and Learner Strategies" (Muiris O Laoire, Mary Burke, Mary Haslam); "Proficiency of Irish Adults in European Languages" (Padraig O Riagain, Teresa Gorman); "Exploring the 'Other': Innovation and Research in Third Level Language Education" (Bill Richardson); "Information and Communication Technologies and the Teaching and Learning of French in Irish Second Level Schools" (Josephine Dolan, Frederic Royall); "Tandem Learning: Autonomy and Partnership in Second Language Acquisition" (Steve Walsh, Sylvie Campion); "New Books Received"; "Notices of Lectures, Seminars, Conferences." (KFT)

Descriptors: Adult Education, Applied Linguistics, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, French, Irish, Language Acquisition, Learning Strategies, Metalinguistics, Politics of Education, Public Policy, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning, Uncommonly Taught Languages

Available free from the Linguistics Institute of Ireland, 31 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2.

Author: O Deirg, Iosold, Ed.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=9814&id=ED449663

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