NEW JOURNAL LAUNCH IN 2019 - Language Teaching for Young Learners
- EDITORS: Dingfang Shu & Rod Ellis, Shanghai International Studies University, Curtin University, Australia
- ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Yan Zhu (Fudan University); BOOK REVIEW EDITOR: Jonathan Newton (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
- A journal focusing on the teaching of second or foreign languages for young learners and the learning that results (includes both children and adolescents)
- Open call for papers, visit: http://benjamins.com/catalog/ltyl - or contact the editors: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Zein, M. S. (2014). Factors affecting the professional development of elementary English teachers. Professional Development in Education, doi:10.1080/19415257.2015.1005243
- Sayer, P. (2015). “More & Earlier”: Neoliberalism and Primary English Education in Mexican Public Schools. L2 Journal, Vol.7/3: 40-56. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/9fr9w0gv
- Prosic-Santovac, Danijela (2015) Making the Match: Traditional Nursery Rhymes and Teaching English to Modern Children. CLELE Journal, Vol. 3/1: 25-48. http://clelejournal.org/article-2-3/
- Kearney, E. & Barbour, A. (2015). Embracing, contesting and negotiating new languages: Young children’s early socialization into foreign language learning. Linguistics and Education, 31, 159-173.
- Mourão, S. (2015). ‘Fostering affective responses to picturebooks in the young learner classroom’, Humanising Language Teaching, August 2015.
- García Mayo, M.P. & Lázaro Ibarrola, A. (2015). Oral interaction strategies among EFL and CLIL children in task-based pair work. System 54: 40-54.
- Zein, M. S. (2015). Preparing elementary English teachers: Innovations at pre service level. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 40(6), 104-120. doi: 10.14221/ajte.2015v40n6.6
- Zein, M. S. (2016). Professional development needs of primary EFL teachers: Perspectives of teachers and teacher educators. Professional Development in Education. doi:10.1080/19415257.2016.1156013
- Zein, M. S. (2016). Government-based training agencies and the professional development of Indonesian English for Young Learners teachers: Perspectives from complexity theory. Journal of Education for Teaching: International Research and Pedagogy, 42(2), 205-223. doi:10.1080/02607476.2016.1143145
- Zein, M. S. (2016). Pre-service education for primary school English teachers in Indonesia: Policy implications. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 36(S1), 119-134. doi:10.1080/02188791.2014.961899
- Ramirez-Romero, J-L. & Sayer, P. (2016) (Guest Editors). Journal Special Issue. English Language Teaching in Public Primary Schools in Latin America. EPAA/AAAPE Vol. 24. See attachment. Also downloadable at: : http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/issue/view/vol24
- Bland, J. (2016). English Language Education and Ideological Issues: Picturebooks and Diversity. Children’s Literature in English Language Education.4/2, 41-64. http://clelejournal.org/article-3-picturebooks-and-diversity/
- Enever, J. & Lindgren, E. (2016). Early language learning in instructed contexts - Editorial introduction. Education Inquiry. Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 1-8.
- Enever, J. (2016). What can we expect of an early start to foreign language learning in Europe today? Gyermeknevelés, No. 1: 1-9.
- Jaekel, N., Schurig, M., Florian, M. & Ritter, M. (2017). From Early Starters to Late Finishers? A Longitudinal Study of Early Foreign Language Learning in School. Language Learning, pp. 1-34. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/lang.12242/abstract
- Courtney, L., Graham, S., Tonkyn, A. and Marinis, T. (2015) Individual differences in early language learning: a study of English learners of French. Applied Linguistics. ISSN 1477-450X http://centaur.reading.ac.uk/45952/
- Graham, S., Courtney, L., Tonkyn, A. and Marinis, T. (2016) Motivational trajectories for early language learning across the primary-secondary school transition. British Educational Research Journal, 42 (4). pp. 682-702. ISSN 1469-3518 http://centaur.reading.ac.uk/50473/
- Graham, S., Courtney, L., Marinis, T. and Tonkyn, A. (2017) Early language learning: the impact of teaching and teacher factors. Language Learning. ISSN 0023-8333 (In Press) http://centaur.reading.ac.uk/70107/
- Courtney, L. (2017) Transition in modern foreign languages: a longitudinal study of motivation for language learning and second language proficiency. Oxford Review of Education. ISSN 0305-4985 (In Press) http://centaur.reading.ac.uk/68977/
- Rymarczyk, J. (2016). Early reading and writing in the foreign language classroom – maybe not as controversial as one might think. Babylonia. 2, 53-57.
- Ibrahim, N. (2016). Enacting identities: children’s narratives on person, place and experience in fixed and hybrid spaces. Education Inquiry, 7(10), pp. 69-91
- Zein, M. S. (2017). To postpone or not to postpone? Examining access policy on early foreign language learning from second language acquisition and language planning and policy perspectives. Applied Linguistics Review. doi:10.1515/applirev-2016-1044
- Zein, M. S. (2017). Professional development needs of primary EFL teachers: Perspectives of teachers and teacher educators. Professional Development in Education, 43(2), 293-313.
- Zein, M. S. (2017). Elementary English education in Indonesia: Policy developments, current practices, and future prospects. English Today, 33(1), 53-59.
- Zein, M. S. (2017). The pedagogy of teaching English to Young Learners: Implications for teacher education. Indonesian Journal of English Language Teaching, 9(1), 1-14.
- Zein, M. S. (In Press). Access policy on English language education at primary school level in the ASEAN Plus Three member states: Motivations, challenges and future directions. Asian Englishes, 18(3).
- Conference Book of Abstracts (2015). Teaching English to Young Learners: Assessment and Learning. University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Education in Jagodina, Serbia.
- Bland, J. (Ed.) (2015). Teaching English to Young Learners: Critical Issues in Language Teaching with 3-12 Year Olds. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
- Robinson, P., Mourão, S. & Kang, N-J (2015). English Learning Areas in pre-primary classrooms: an investigation of their effectiveness. London: British Council.
- Mourão, S. & Lourenço, M. (Eds.) (2015). Early Years Second Language Education: International Perspectives on Theories and Practice. Abingdon: Routledge
- Murphy, V. & Evangelou, M. (Eds.) (2016). Early Childhood Education in English for Speakers of Other Languages. London: British Council.
- Wilden, E., & Porsch, R. (Eds.). (2017). The professional development of primary EFL teachers: National and international research. Münster, Germany: Waxmann.
- García Mayo, M. P. (Ed.) (2017). Learning foreign languages in primary school: Research insights. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
- Enever, J. & Lindgren, E. (Eds.) (2017). Early language learning: complexity and mixed methods. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
- Ibrahim, N. (2017). Children’s multimodal visual narratives as possible sites of identity performance. In P. Kalaja and Melo-Pfeiffer, S. (eds). More than words: The lives and worlds of multilinguals. Multilingual Matters.
- Dausend, H. (2017). Theory and practice in English primary teacher education. A review of empirical research literature until 2015. In: Wilden, E. & Porsch, R. (Eds.), The professional development of in-service and pre-service primary EFL teachers. National and international research. Münster, Germany: Waxmann.
- Ibrahim. N. 2016. Developing literacy, and identity, in multiple languages. In B. Street (ed.) Encyclopaedia of language and education. Volume 3: Literacies and language education. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, pp. 1-14
- Mourão, S. & Robinson, P. (2016). Facilitating the learning of English through collaborative practice. In V. Murphy, and M. Evangelou, (eds) Early Childhood Education in English for Speakers of Other Languages. London: British Council.
- Wilden, E. & Porsch, R. (2016). Learning EFL from year 1 or year 3? A comparative study on children’s EFL listening and reading comprehension at the end of primary education. In M. Nikolov (Ed.). Assessing young learners of English: Global and local perspectives (pp. 191-212). New York: Springer.
- Wilden, E. & Porsch, R. (2015). Die Hör- und Leseverstehensleistungen im Fach Englisch von Kindern am Ende der Grundschulzeit unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von lebensweltlicher Ein- und Mehrsprachigkeit (The EFL listening and reading competencies of pupils at the end of primary schooling with a special focus on mono- and multilingual backgrounds). In M. Kötter & J. Rymarczyk, J. (Eds.), Englischunterricht auf der Primarstufe: neue Forschungen – weitere Entwicklungen (Teaching English at primary level: recent research – further developments (pp. 59-80). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
- Wilden, E., & Porsch, R. (2015). The earlier the better? Empirical evidence on primary EFL instruction. In T. Pattison (Ed.), IATEFL 2014. Harrogate Conference Selections (p. 76-81). Faversham, UK: IATEFL.
- Rymarczyk, J. (2015). Aussprachekompetenz im Schriftspracherwerb mit TING-Stiften und Bildwörterbüchern (Pronunciation competency in the context of literacy acquisition with TING-pencils and picture dictionaries). In: Böttger, H. & Schlüter, N. (Eds.). Fortschritte im Frühen Fremdsprachenlernen. Tagungsband zur 4. FFF-Konferenz (Progress in early language learning. Conference proceedings of the 4th FFF-Conference), (pp.152-161). Praxis Pädagogik, Westermann.
- The Language Learning Magician – a project co-funded by the Erasmus + programme of the European Union, including ten partners from four European countries. One of the main aims is the development of a computer game that can be used as an assessment tool for learning languages at primary school level. See more information and videos about the game at www.thelanguagemagician.net . Click on the trailer at the bottom right of the homepage for an overview of how the assessment works (submitted by ELL-ReN member Louise Courtney, a member of the Project).
- Aspectos Culturales Ciclo 1 (Cultural Aspects in the first cycle of schooling): The video aims to give English teachers working with children in the early grades ideas about how to incorporate cultural elements into their classes. The video is the result of a project carried out in the kindergartens of public schools in the state of Aguascalientes, Mexico. The project was completed by a team of researchers from the University of Texas at San Antonio, Barry University, USA and the ITESO Guadalajara in Mexico. Lead investigators: Peter Sayer & Ruth Ban https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1kcQPmez9A