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EJALTEFL Volume 11 Number 2                                                             


Volume 11 Number 2

Edited by Andrzej Cirocki
and Heiko Motschenbacher

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The European Journal of Applied Linguistics and TEFL (EJALTEFL)
is a refereed academic publication which aims to disseminate information, knowledge and expertise in the broad area of applied linguistics. Strong preference is given to contributions relating to second language acquisition, foreign language pedagogy, teacher training and classroom innovation.

Volume 11 Number 2 is a special issue devoted to the theme of Diversity and Representation in the ELT Classroom and consists of ten articles presenting the latest theoretical deliberations, research and scholarship from institutions in the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, Hong Kong, the Philippines and Japan, and covers important topics in the field, including, but not limited to:

Students’ perspectives on diversity and inclusion

Trauma and the use of translanguaging space as a vehicle for psycho-social support for refugee learners

Culturally-sustaining MALL pedagogies for migrant children

Student’s attitudes and beliefs regarding gender and teaching about gender

Critical language pedagogy

Teachers’ experiences with neurodiverse students

Helping learners with dyslexia in acquiring a second/additional language


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