The Routledge Research in Language Education series provides a platform for established and emerging scholars to present their latest research and discuss key issues in Language Education. This series welcomes books on all areas of language teaching and learning, including but not limited to language education policy and politics, multilingualism, literacy, L1, L2 or foreign language acquisition, curriculum, classroom practice, pedagogy, teaching materials, and language teacher education and development. Books in the series are not limited to the discussion of the teaching and learning of English only.
Please send inquiries or proposals for this series to one of the following:
Emilie Coin: [email protected] – Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
Alice Salt: [email protected] – Editor, North & South America
Vilija Stephens: [email protected] – Editor, Australia & New Zealand
Katie Peace: [email protected] – Publisher, Asia
Training Teachers of Chinese in Australia Theoretical Foundations and Practical Applications
Effective Teacher Collaboration for English Language Learners Cross-Curricular Insights from K-12 Settings
Improving Learner Reflection for TESOL Pedagogical Strategies to Support Reflective Learning
Critical Literacy with Adolescent English Language Learners Exploring Policy and Practice in Global Contexts
Multilingual Approaches for Teaching and Learning From Acknowledging to Capitalising on Multilingualism in European Mainstream Education
The Impact of Mother Tongue Illiteracy on Second Language Acquisition The Case of French and Wolof in Senegal
Developing Critical Cultural Awareness in Modern Languages A Comparative Study of Higher Education in North America and the United Kingdom
By Chen Shen
October 29, 2021
Chinese language, the first language spoken and used by the largest population in the world, has witnessed a significant global increase. Chinese as a Second Language (CSL) has thus received unprecedented attention, and teaching and learning of CSL have transcended the national boundary. This book ...
By Bogum Yoon
September 24, 2021
This volume explores the value of teacher collaboration in meeting the needs of diverse English language learners (ELLs). A range of research-based chapters demonstrate examples of effective collaboration between English language specialists and content area teachers and offer recommendations for ...
By Bruna Di Sabato, Bronwen Hughes
September 17, 2021
This edited volume offers an overarching, yet detailed view of fast-changing language policy and practice in Europe and beyond. It provides a thorough investigation of different linguacultural scenarios, exploring how language policy has repercussions on research and initiatives in the field of ...
By Gerrard Mugford
July 23, 2021
By reconceptualizing successful communication in a foreign language as an enjoyable and uplifting experience, this volume moves beyond a focus on grammatical accuracy and fluency to foreground the ways in which foreign language learners can be encouraged to build on previous achievements and ...
By Li-Shih Huang
June 25, 2021
Presenting comprehensive research conducted with learners and educators in a range of settings, this volume showcases self-reflection as a powerful tool to enhance student learning. The text builds on empirical insights to illustrate how language professionals can foster critical self-reflection ...
By Jennifer Alford
May 25, 2021
This book examines critical literacy within language and literacy learning, with a particular focus on English as an Additional Language learners in schools who traditionally are not given the same exposure to critical literacy as native-English speakers. An important and innovative addition to ...
By Claudine Kirsch, Joana Duarte
March 11, 2020
Multilingual Approaches for Teaching and Learning outlines the opportunities and challenges of multilingual approaches in mainstream education in Europe. The book, which draws on research findings from several officially monolingual, bilingual, and multilingual countries in Europe, discusses ...
By Osman Z. Barnawi
February 13, 2020
TESOL and the Cult of Speed in the Age of Neoliberal Mobility argues that because the nexus between TESOL and the cult of speed in an age of increased neoliberal mobility has not yet been explicitly unpacked, discussed, identified and theorized, the implications of this socio-economic phenomenon ...
By Moustapha Fall
February 03, 2020
This text illustrates the crucial role of the mother tongue literacy in second language acquisition by presenting findings from a comparative study conducted in primary schools in Senegal. In addition, the volume provides an in-depth look at the linguistic history of Senegal before, during, and ...
By Elinor Parks
January 23, 2020
This volume explores the relationship between language and culture while considering its implications for the teaching of modern foreign languages in higher education. Drawing on a comparative empirical study conducted at universities both in the UK and US, this text problematises the impacts of a ...
By Xiaoming Sheng
November 20, 2019
Home Schooling in China seeks to provide a better understanding of the social movement of home schooling in China. In this book, the author addresses several major themes of home education, including marketization, social stratification, culture, religion, Confucianism, gender policy, gender, and ...
By Hajime Terauchi, Judy Noguchi, Akira Tajino
November 18, 2019
This book proposes a new paradigm for English language teaching based on concepts from English for Specific Purposes (ESP) research and applications as well as from growing evidence relating pattern recognition to language learning ability. The contributors to the volume argue that learners should ...