Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 1-122 (June 2019)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

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THANKS TO REVIEWERS

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ARTICLES


THE IMPACT OF ONLINE TECHNOLOGIES AND ENGLISH
MEDIUM INSTRUCTION ON UNIVERSITY LECTURES IN
INTERNATIONAL LEARNING CONTEXTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Mercedes Querol-Julián & Belinda Crawford Camiciottoli

2-23

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“IT SEEMS PLAUSIBLE TO MAINTAIN THAT…”:
CLUSTERS OF EPISTEMIC STANCE EXPRESSIONS IN
WRITTEN ACADEMIC ELF TEXTS

Irina Shchemeleva

24-43

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THE EFFECT OF REPETITION ON INCIDENTAL LEGAL
VOCABULARY LEARNING THROUGH LONG-TERM EXPOSURE
TO AUTHENTIC VIDEOS

Ekaterina Sinyashina

44-67

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WHAT DO MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS REALLY THINK?
BUSINESS ENGLISH STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS ABOUT
PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING

Andreea Rosca

68-85

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BIPOLAR SYNERGIES: THE ROLE OF DIACHRONIC AND
SYNCHRONIC STUDY OF WORDS IN CONTENT
COMPREHENSION AT TERTIARY LEVEL

Uma Maheswari Viswanathan, A. Shahin Sultana & Suhasini Shankar

86-107

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BOOK REVIEWS


DEVELOPING PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY
AMONG CHINESE BUSINESS ENGLISH STUDENTS

Zuocheng Zhang
LEARNING BUSINESS ENGLISH IN CHINA:
THE CONSTRUCTION OF PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY
Reviewed by Álvaro Subero-Sáenz

108-112

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ONLINE MULTILINGUAL WRITING AND PEDAGOGICAL
COOPERATION: LESSONS LEARNED AND GUIDELINES

Birthe Mousten, Sonia Vandepitte, Elisabet Arnó and Bruce Maylath (Eds.)
MULTILINGUAL WRITING AND PEDAGOGICAL COOPERATION
IN VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
Reviewed by Beatriz Sedano

113-117

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TEACHING ACADEMIC WRITING IN EAP

John Bitchener, Neomy Storch and Rosemary Wette (Eds.)
TEACHING WRITING FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES TO
MULTILINGUAL STUDENTS. INSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES
Reviewed by Rebecca Bergman

118-122

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