Teachers College, Columbia University Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics

This web journal is dedicated to publishing research in the fields of TESOL and Applied Linguistics. The journal publishes full-length articles dealing with language, language acquisition, language teaching, and language assessment.ISSN 1936-7384

Teachers College, Columbia University Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics is an on-line journal dedicated to publishing research in progress in the fields of TESOL and Applied Linguistics.

Within a conceptual framework that values an integration of theory and practice, the journal publishes full-length articles dealing, in a principled way, with language, language acquisition, language teaching, language assessment, and language use.The journal also publishes interviews, short commentaries, and book reviews.
The Editorial Board is currently accepting manuscripts for review. Submissions from both within and outside the Teachers College, Columbia University community are welcome. 
Articles submitted to the journal should normally be no longer than 9,000 words. Each paper must begin with an abstract not exceeding 200 words. No information that identifies the author should be included in the paper. A separate title page should be provided, with the following information: title, the author's name, affiliation, address, e-mail address and both a daytime and an evening telephone number. Contributors may submit their papers in either of two ways. Three printed copies (double-spaced throughout) or an electronic version of the initial submission should be sent/e-mailed to:
Professor Hansun Waring
TESOL/AL Web Journal
Teachers College, Columbia University Box 66
525 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10027
E-mail: tcwebjournal@tc.columbia.edu
Manuscripts submitted should follow APA format. Works referred to should be separately listed at the end of the article. Submission Preparation Checklist is available athttp://journals.tc-library.org/index.php/tesol/about/submissions. Questions concerning submission can be directed to Catherine Box, Editor (tcwebjournal@tc.columbia.edu).

Vol 13, No 2 (2013)

Table of Contents


Pragmatic Knowledge and Ability in the Applied Linguistics and Second Language Assessment Literature: A Review PDF
Fred S. Tsutagawa 1-20
Turn-initial Yeah in Nonnative Speakers’ Speech: A Routine Token for Not-so-routine Interactional Projects PDF
Carol Hoi Yee Lo 21-35


Introduction: The Multilingual Prism PDF
EunYoung Kang & Natalia Sáez i-iii
Focus on Multilinguilism: Its Potential Contributions to SLA Theory and Research PDF
Adrienne Wai Man Lew 36-38
Focus on Multilingualism: More Dots to Connect PDF
Timothy Hall 39-41
The case against Monolingual Bias in Multilingualism PDF
Farah S. Akbar 42-44
Multilingualism and the Holistic Approach to Multilingual Education PDF
Cheng-Ling Alice Chen 45-46
Studying Heritage Languages with a Focus on Multilingualism PDF
Sarah Sok 47-49
Code-switching and Translanguaging: Potential Functions in Multilingual Classrooms PDF
Mi Sun Park 50-52
Code Switching and Code Cracking PDF
Charles Combs 53-54
Multilingual Competence PDF
EunYoung Kang 55-56
The Role of Metalinguistic Awareness in Multilingual Acquisition PDF
Ji-Yung Jung 57-59
Conceptual Dynamics in Multilingual Competence PDF
Natalia Sáez 60-62

Book Reviews

Researching Online Foreign Language Interaction and Exchange: Theories, Methods and Challenges. PDF

Readers' Credits

Readers’ Credits for Volume 13, Issue 2 PDF
Catherine Box iv

APPLE Award Winning Papers in TESOL & AL

Written Corrective Feedback: A Review of Studies since Truscott (1996) PDF
Yuan-Yuan Meng 69-84
Postcolonial Theories and TESOL: Exploring Implications for Teaching in U.S. Contexts PDF
Amanda Stessen-Blevins 85-98
Cross-linguistic Influence in Third Language Acquisition: Factors Influencing Interlanguage Transfer PDF
Tammy Wang 99-114

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