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Godzilla Can MOO, Can You? MOOs for Construction, Collaboration & Community and Research
By Lawrence Davies, Lesley Shield, and Markus Weininger, The Language Teacher Online, February 1998

Graded (Basal) Readers -- Choosing The Best
By David R. Hill, The Language Teacher Online, May 1997

Gregory Hadley's Articles Appearing in Journals
Republished on my website.

Guessing Word Meaning from Context: Should We Encourage It?
By David Dycus, Literacy Across Cultures, September, 1997

Helping Japanese EFL Learners to Read English Novels
By Stephen J. Davies, The Language Teacher Online, April 1997

Helping Learners Develop Communication Strategies
By Michael Rost, The Language Teacher Online, December, 1996

Herding Cats: A Descriptive Case Study Of a Virtual Language Learning Community
By John H. Steele, PhD Dissertation, May 2002

How Can a Chinese Teacher of English Succeed in Oral English Classes?
By Zhou Jie, The Internet TESL Journal, July 1999

How Can Language Learning Become Wired?
A Workshop by Janet B. Gross, MAT 99

How can we make homework an effective tool for language learning?
By Johanna Stirling, 2000

How Language Works
By Mike Gasser, Indiana University

How Much Does Correctness Matter?
By Michael Swan, The Language Teacher, September 1997

How Native English Speakers Can Be Better English Teachers in Russia
By Radislav Millrood, The Internet TESL Journal, January 1999

How Students Acquire Communication Strategies: Analysing Conversations between Japanese ...
By Akio Inuzuka, 2001

Humanising Language Teaching - July 02 Issue
Article on how to make classes personal and fun

Ideas for Developing a Personal EFL Teaching Curriculum
By Joe Drakos , The Internet TESL Journal, March 2005

Ideas on Teaching a New Group
By Joseph Cronin, The Language Teacher Online, April 1997

In and Between People: Facilitating Metacognition and Identity Construction
By Tim Murphey, The Language Teacher Online, July 1998

Inauthentic Authenticity or Authentic Inauthenticity?
By David Taylor, TESL-EJ, August 1994

Incorporating Distance Education in a Study Abroad Program
By Katharine Isbell, The Language Teacher, November 1997

Increasing students' awareness of genre through text transformation exercises: An old classroom activity revisited
By Tim Caudery, TESL-EJ, September 1998

Integrating English into an Elementary School Life Course
By Grace Chin-Wen Chien, The Internet TESL Journal, December 2003

Integrating Global Issues into High School EFL
By Amy Yamashiro, The Language Teacher Online, November, 1996

Integrating Study Abroad Students into the University Community
By Denise Drake, The Language Teacher, November 1997

Integrative L2 Grammar Teaching: Exploration, Explanation and Expression
By Pavel V. Sysoyev, The Internet TESL Journal, June 1999

Interactive Information Literacy Course for International Students: A Practical Blueprint ...
By John W. Bagnole and John W. Miller, TESL-EJ, March 2003

Introducing Discussion Skills to Lower-Level Students: Can It Be Done?
By Robert W. Norris, 1996, 1998

Introducing Discussion Skills to Lower-Level Students: Practical Lesson Plans
By Robert W. Norris, 1997, 1998

Is Gairaigo English? (Are English Loan-words Into Japanese Really English?)
By James B. Brown, The Internet TESL Journal, December 1995

Issues in the Teaching of English in Malaysia
By Hannah Pillay, The Language Teacher Online, November 1998

Key Concepts in FL Literacy: Phonemic Awareness
By Charles Jannuzi, Literacy Across Cultures, February 1999

Key Concepts in Literacy: Phonics vs. Whole Language
By Charles Jannuzi, Literacy Across Cultures, June 1997

L1 in ELT: Not a skeleton, but a bone of contention (Costas Gabrielatos)
Discussion of central issues on the use of the mother tongue in ELT.

L2 Classroom Transcripts: Data in Search of a Methodology?
By Paul Seedhouse, TESL-EJ, June 1995

Language Forums in Cyberspace
By Steve McGuire, The Language Teacher Online, December, 1996

Language Learners and Their Use of Dictionaries: The Case of Slovenia
By Alenka Vrbinc/Marjeta Vrbin, Erfurt Electronic Studies in English 2004

Language Learning Across Boundaries - Negotiating Classroom Rituals
By Roger Nunn, TESL-EJ, September 2001

Language Learning Experience as a Contributor to ESOL Teacher Cognition
By Elizabeth Margaret Ellis, TESL-EJ, June. 2006

Language Learning in the Real World for Non-beginners (Reid Wilson)
By Greg Thomson, 1993

Language Learning Strategies: An Overview for L2 Teachers
By Michael Lessard-Clouston, The Internet TESL Journal, December 1997

Language Teaching and the Internet Series - Part 1
By Tim Newfields, The Language Teacher Online, October 1996

Language Testing Tools and Technologies
By Bob Godwin-Jones, Language Learning & Technology, May 2001

Lazy Language Learning with NLP
By Diana Beaver, Karen's Linguistics Issues, April 2002

Learner Empowerment - A Perspective
By Stephen R. Shrader, The Internet TESL Journal, November 2003

Lessons Learned in 4th-Grade Classrooms
By Mark A. Clarke, Alan Davis, Lynn K. Rhodes, Elaine DeLott Baker, , The Language Teacher Online, September 1998

Letterland Pictogram Concept in EFL Teaching of Young Children
By Oksana Yaverbaum, The Internet TESL Journal, March 2003

Lexical Attrition of Some Arabic Speakers of English as a Foreign language
By Hassan Al-Hazemi, The Internet TESL Journal, December 2000

Lexical Phrases in Syllabus and Materials Design
By Dave Willis, The Language Teacher, September 1997

Linguistics Issues - Language Teaching for the Future (Andrew Littlejohn)
This article first appeared in English Teaching Professional, Issue 19, March 2001

Linguistics Issues - Motivation: Where does it come from? Where does it go? (Andrew Littlejohn)
The various factors affecting student motivation and some practical suggestions.

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