Vol. 6. No. 2 September 2002
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Maggie Sokolik, Editor
A-1 Second Language Writing and Research: The Writing Process and Error Analysis in Student Texts, Johanne Myles  (20 Pgs)
A-2 Memory Enhancement in Language Pedagogy: Implications from Cognitive Research Farzad Sharifian  (9 Pgs)
Sorel Friedman, Editor
Code Title & Author Reviewed By
R-1 Michael Macfarlane English Practice GrammarWendy Schatzman
R-2 Rebecca Oxford (Series Editor) and M.E. Sokolik (Reading Editor)  Tapestry: Reading 1,2,3, & 4 Meena Singhal
R-3 Ruth Spack Guidelines: A Cross-cultural Reading/Writing Text (2nd edition)Yuehai Xiao
Teacher Resource Books:
Code Title & Author Reviewed By
R-4 Christine Pearson Casanave Writing Games: Multicultural Case Studies of Academic Literacy Practices in Higher Education John Graney
R-5 Robert Gibson Oxford Handbooks for Language Teachers: Intercultural Business CommunicationEun Chong Yang
Second Language Acquisition
Code Title & Author Reviewed By
R-6 Maurice Cogan Hauck with Kenneth MacDougall 12 American VoicesNicole Décuré
R-7 Lies Sercu Acquiring Intercultural Communicative Competence from Textbooks: The Case of Flemish Adolescent Pupils Learning GermanRobert J. Fouser
R-8 Thom Hudson & J. D. Brown (Eds.)  Focus on Language Test Development: Expanding the Language Proficiency Construct Across a Variety of Tests(Technical Report #21)Tim Newfields
R-9 Geraldine DeLuca, Len Fox, Mark-Ameen Johnson and Myra Kogen (Eds.)  Dialogue on Writing: Rethinking ESL, Basic Writing, and First-Year CompositionSabrina Voelz
R-10 Barbara Comber & Anne Simpson (Eds.) Negotiating Critical Literacies in the ClassroomGreta Vollmer
Media Reviews
Thomas Delaney, Editor
Code Title Reviewed By
M-1 EFL/ESL Portal Sites -- An Attempt at a Comparison   Jarek Krajka  
M-2 Western/Pacific Literacy Network/CNN SF Learning Resources   Guo Shesen  
Karen Stanley, Editor
F-1 The Role of Linguistic and Language Acquisition Theory in Teacher Development Karen Stanley
On the Internet
Jim Duber, Editor
Int  Mad Blogs and Englishmen   Jim Duber