Productive Foreign Language Skills for an Intercultural World [Call for Chapters].


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Update: The book announced in the call for chapters below has been published as part of the Peter Lang ‘Foreign Language Teaching in Europe’ series. The full reference is:

Paradowski, M. (ed.) (2015). Productive Foreign Language Skills for an Intercultural World: A Guide (not only) for Teachers. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

Call for Chapters

This call for chapters may be of interest to some:

We have place for 2-3 additional chapters in an edited collection titled ”Productive Foreign Language Skills for an Intercultural World. A Guide (not only) for Teachers”; publisher: Peter Lang (Frankfurt/Main); going to press: first quarter 2014. The book contains articles combining state-of-the-art theory/research results with implications for language instruction, and concentrates on developing higher-level skills (written and oral production, discourse and intercultural competences, interaction and mediation as understood in CEFR, etc.), with some place also devoted to the role of cross-linguistic influence in language teaching.

Ready chapters (5,000 words max) can be submitted to the editor, Michal B. Paradowski (michal.paradowski[at][dot]pl) by 27 October 2013.

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