Articles that address English education in the following contexts are invited for a special issue of TESOL Quarterly, entitled Plurilingualism in TESOL.
- Teachers’ and students’ linguistic repertoires and classroom practices that shape plurilingual competence
- Teachers’ background knowledge regarding language learning and corresponding ability to meet the needs of plurilingual students
- Educational language policies that support plurilingualism
You are also invited to contact the guest editors for additional information: Shelley K. Taylor (taylor[at]uwo.ca), and Kristin Snoddon (ksnoddon[at]ryerson.ca). The Call is also posted on the Wiley TESOL Quarterly webpage.
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