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Most popular Applied linguistics for ELT books

The most popular Applied linguistics for ELT books currently available. Updated weekly.
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Task-Based Language Teaching
While Designing Tasks underpins this new title, the material has been thoroughly updated and includes four new chapters.
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How Second Languages are Learned: An Introduction
For students of English language, linguistics or modern languages, this introduction explores second language (L2) learning in terms of five problems facing the L2 learner: 'breaking into' the language; associating forms with meanings; learning L2 syntax; learning L2 semantics; and learning about context of use.
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Applying Linguistics in the Classroom: A Sociocultural Approach
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Mapping Applied Linguistics: A Guide for Students and Practitioners
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Doing Corpus Linguistics
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Handbook of Research on Teaching the English Language Arts
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Bilingualism in Schools and Society: Language, Identity, and Policy, Second Edition
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Practical Phonetics and Phonology: A Resource Book for Students
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Doing Research in Applied Linguistics: Realities, dilemmas, and solutions
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Outcomes Advanced with Access Code and Class DVD
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Salience in Second Language Acquisition
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Pragmatics for Language Educators: A Sociolinguistic Perspective
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Routledge Handbook of Audiovisual Translation
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Discourses of Brexit
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Introducing Language and Intercultural Communication
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Reading in a Second Language: Cognitive and Psycholinguistic Issues
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Negotiating Englishes and English-speaking Identities: A study of youth learning English in Italy
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Politics of English Second Language Writing Assessment in Global Contexts
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Communication and Skill
"Also available as an E-Module!"--Cover.
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Routledge Handbook of Language and Identity
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Assessing Pragmatic Competence in the Japanese EFL Context: Towards the Learning of Listener Responses
With a focus on intercultural communication between Japanese and Americans, this book describes how differing listening styles and conversational behaviours across cultures can negatively influence intercultural communication.
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Technology in Language Learning: An Overview
"Also available as an E-Module!"--Cover.
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Teaching Proficiency Through Reading and Storytelling (TPRS): An Input-Based Approach to Second Language Instruction
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Immigrant Pupils Learn English: A CEFR-Related Empirical Study of L2 Development
This volume presents the findings of a study which examined the way immigrant students in Ireland learn English.
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Learning Vocabulary in Another Language
An updated edition of the key reference work in the area of second and foreign language vocabulary studies.
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English in the World: History, Diversity, Change
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Meaningful Action: Earl Stevick's Influence on Language Teaching
This work explores the importance of meaningful action for language teaching and learning, paying tribute to the enduring influence of Earl Stevick.
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Introduction to Instructed Second Language Acquisition
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Second Language Processing: An Introduction
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Focusing on Form in Language Instruction
"Also available as an E-Module!"--Cover.
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Multilingual Sydney
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Intelligibility, Oral Communication, and the Teaching of Pronunciation
Ideal for language teachers and researchers who are interested in pronunciation teaching, and especially in the reasons why various pronunciation features should and should not be taught. Levis explains the importance of intelligibility in pronunciation teaching, and practically describes its importance for foreign and second language teaching.
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Qualitative Research in Applied Linguistics: A Practical Introduction
Written in a clear, informal style for graduate students and practicing teachers embarking on their first qualitative research study in applied linguistics, leading authors introduce the principal research approaches and data creation methods to offer novice researchers an easy-to-follow and straightforward guide to qualitative inquiry.
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English as a Lingua Franca: Studies and Findings
English as a lingua franca has become a hot topic in Applied Linguistics and English Studies. While it has been a subject of controversy for some time, linguistic observations on actual use have largely been missing out of the debate. This is now changing fast, and the study of English as a lingua franca has become a vibrant research field.
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Multilingual Turn: Implications for SLA, TESOL, and Bilingual Education
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CEFR in Practice
This volume gives an overview of the practical impact of and theoretical debate surrounding the CEFR.
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Evaluating Language Assessments
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Phonetics, Phonology & Pronunciation for the Language Classroom
This lively, interactive book tackles an often intimidating subject with humour and enthusiasm, providing language teachers with the essential knowledge they need to teach pronunciation to speakers of other languages. Blending applied linguistics theory with practical experience of the classroom, this is an indispensable companion for teachers.
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Research Methods for Language Teaching: Inquiry, Process, and Synthesis
The book's accessible style and content encourage language teachers to become part of a community focused on inquiry, equipping them with relevant terminology and concepts for their own teaching and research (inquiry, data collection, data analysis, bringing it all together).
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Discourse Analysis: The Questions Discourse Analysts Ask and How They Answer Them
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New Directions for Research in Foreign Language Education
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Vocabulary in Language Teaching
"Also available as an E-Module!"--Cover.
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Feeling It: Language, Race, and Affect in Latinx Youth Learning
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Experiencing Master's Supervision: Perspectives of international students and their supervisors
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Aviation English: A lingua franca for pilots and air traffic controllers
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Second Language Writing
Ken Hyland presents a practical introduction to teaching second language writing, providing comprehensive coverage of current theory and classroom applications. The book will benefit prospective and practicing teachers of English as a second language (ESL), advanced undergraduates and Masters' students in applied linguistics, and scholars investigating L2 writing.
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Communities of Practice in Language Research: A Critical Introduction
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Linguistics and Law
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Linguistic Imperialism
This book explores the contemporary phenomenon of English as an international language, and sets out to analyse how and why the language has become so dominant. It looks at the spread of English historically, at the role it plays in Third World countries, and at the ideologies transmitted through the English language.
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Phonology of English as an International Language
This book advocates a new approach to pronunciation teaching, in which the goal is mutual intelligibility among non-native speakers, rather than imitating native speakers. It will be of interest to all teachers of English as an International Language, especially Business English. It proposes a basic core of phonological teaching, with controversial suggestions for what should be included.