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Journals for English as a Second Language
(ELT Journal

CALL Journal

Internet Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Journal

Membership resources of as a TESOL Organization member

Internet Library

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English Language Teaching (out of England

The TESL Reporter, readers in nearly 110 countries

The Linguistic research center in Hawaii
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AILA News
AILA News is the twice yearly newsletter of the International Association of Applied Linguistics/Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquee (AILA).

Annual Review of Applied Linguistics
The Annual Review of Applied Linguistics aims to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date review of key areas in applied linguistics. Each issue is thematic, covering the topic (discourse analysis, computer-assisted instruction, language assessment etc.) by means of critical summaries and bibliographies. Full-text electronic access to this review is available beginning with volume 21, 2001. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.



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Teaching English as a Second Language


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Apprentissage des Langues et Systemes d'Information et de Communication. Revue Internet Francophone pour Chercheurs et Practiciens.


Cette revue, publiee uniquement sur l'internet, permet la presentation et l'echange de travaux theoriques ou pratiques menes dans les disciplines pertinents pour ce domaine (didactique, linguistique appliquee, psycholinguistique etc..).

Bilingualism: Language and Cognition


Bilingualism is an international peer-reviewed journal focusing on bilingualism from a cognitive science perspective. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with vol 2, 1999. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

CALL E-J Online


A web journal based in Japan, on the research and practice of computer assisted second language learning. Volume 1, number 1 appeared in August 1996.

Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics/Revue canadienne de linguistique appliquee
Published twice a year, the Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics/Revue canadienne de linguistique appliquee is a bilingual journal in applied linguistics. It publishes articles on topics such as first and second language teaching and learning, bilingual education, sociolinguistics, language planning, literacy, translation, and technology in language pedagogy.

Canadian Modern Language Review
The CMLR is a quarterly refereed journal which serves both theoretical and practical interests in the field of second and foreign language education.

ELT Journal. Linking Theory to Practice


The ELT Journal is an international journal aimed at EFL professionals who are interested in keeping up with the latest developments in theory and practice. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with volume 55, 2001. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

English for Specific Purposes. An International Journal


English for Specific Purposes is a quarterly which publishes articles reporting research on the linguistic description of specialized varieties of English, and the application of such research in discourse analysis, needs assessment, curriculum development and evaluation, teaching techniques, and training of teachers for the teaching of ESP. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with vol. 14, no. 1, 1995. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

English Teaching Forum. A Journal for the Teaching of English


English Teaching Forum is a quarterly journal for teachers of English as a foreign or second language published by the U.S. Department of State since 1963. Articles are available full-text online from 1993. They focus on the theory and practice of teaching English, and include discussion of methods, techniques and ideas useful in the classroom.

ERIC/CLL Language Link


This quarterly newsletter is published by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Languages and Linguistics. ERIC/CLL Language Link covers topics of interest to those working in second/foreign language education, ESL, linguistics, and cross cultural education.

Foreign Language Annals


Published four times a year, ACTFL's professional journal contains both practical and theoretical articles on teaching, administration and research.

Humanizing Language Teaching


Humanizing language Teaching is a substantial electronic journal which has been appearing since February 1999. It offers articles, lesson plans, exercises, new publication notices, jokes...for the teacher of English as a second/foreign language.

International Journal of Applied Linguistics


Published twice a year by Blackwell, InJAL seeks to cover all areas of applied linguistics represented by the various commissions of AILA (L'Association internationale de linguistique appliquee). It publishes original articles and reviews of current books. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with volume 11, no 1, 2001. This item is licenced for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism


Published four times a year by Multilingual Matters, this journal aims to spread international developments, ideas and research on bilingualism and bilingual education. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available from volume 1, January 1998. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

International Journal of Bilingualism


Launched in 1997, IJB aims to provide an international forum for the dissemination of research on the linguistic, psychological, neurological, and social issues which emerge from language contact.

International Review of Applied Linguistics(IRAL)


This quarterly review with a European editorial board and published by Oxford University Press is devoted to problems of general and applied linguistics. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with Vol 38, 2000. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

The Internet TESL Journal


This monthly web journal begun in 1995 has articles, lesson plans, classroom handouts and teaching ideas. The site for this magazine also maintains a large number of links of interest to ESL teachers.

Le journal de l'immersion
Le journal de l'immersion est publié quatre fois par an par l'Association canadienne des professeurs d'immersion. Il s'addresse à tous ceux qui oeuvrent en immersion française.

Journal of English for Academic Purposes


This journal which was first published in 2002 provides a forum for the dissemination of information and views which enable practioners of and researchers in English for academic purposes to keep current with developments in their field. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with the first issue (Volume 1, 2002). This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community.

Journal of French Language Studies


This bi-annual refereed journal, sponsored by the Association for French Language Studies, promotes theoretical, descriptive and applied studies of all aspects of the French language. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with vol 10, 2000. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Journal of Language and Social Psychology


This interdisciplinary quarterly records contributions exploring the social dimensions of language and the linguistic implications of social life. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with Vol.15, No.1, March 1996. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development


Published six times a year by Multilingual Matters, this journal contains articles on many aspects of multilingualism and multiculturalism. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with Volume 17, 1996. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Journal of Second Language Writing


Published quarterly since 1992, this journal features international research articles that discuss central issues in second and foreign-language writing and writing instruction. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available from volume 4, number 1, 1995. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Language Awareness


Language Awareness is published four times a year by Multilingual Matters. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with Volume 7, 1998. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Language & Communication


This Quarterly provides a forum for the discussion of issues in communication which are of interdisciplinary significance. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with Vol.15, No.1, January 1995. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Language, Culture and Curriculum


Language, Culture and Curriculum is published three times a year by Multilingual Matters. It provides a forum for the discussion of social, cultural, cognitive, and organisational factors relevant to the formulation and implementation of language curricula. Second, minority, and heritage languages are a special concern. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with volume 11, 1998. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Language and Education


Language and Educationis published four times a year by Multilingual Matters. It provides a forum for the discussion of topics and issues in the language disciplines which have bearing on thought and practice in education. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with volume 10, 1996. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Language Learning -- A Journal of Research in Language Studies


Four times a year Language Learning publishes research articles on fundamental issues such as bilingualism, language acquisition, second and foreign language education, literacy, culture, cognition, and pragmatics. Full-text access to this journal is available beginning with Vol. 47, No.1, March 1997. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Language Learning and Technology. A Journal for Second and Foreign Language Educators


This web journal which was launched in 1997 seeks to disseminate research on issues related to computer technology and second language education.

Language Teaching


Each four-part volume of Language Teaching contains some 700 abstracts from about 150 journals. Each quarterly issue also features a state of the art review article on diverse topics such as language assessment, task-based learning, intercultural competence, pronunciation teaching, and language policy. Full-text electronic access to this abstracting journal is available beginning with volume 35, January 2002. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Language Teaching Research


Language Teaching Research supports and develops research within the area of second or foreign language teaching. Both quantitative and qualitative (including ethnographic) research is of interest to the journal. Full-text access to this journal is available beginning with Vol.2, No.1, January 1998. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Language Testing


Language Testing publishes articles in the fields of second and foreign language testing, mother-tongue testing and assessment of language disability. Full-text access to this journal is available beginning with Vol.15, No.1, March 1998. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Language Variation and Change


This refereed journal is dedicated to the study of linguistic variation and the capacity to deal with systematic and inherent variation in synchronic and diachronic studies. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with vol 11, 1999. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Linguistics and Education


This quarterly journal provides a forum for researchers from linguistic perspectives to share and discuss their inquiries into educational processes both in and outside of school. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with volume 7, number 3, 1995. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community.

Modern Language Journal


This Backwell journal publishes quantitative and qualitative research, documented essays, response articles and professional news in the fields of foreign languages and English as a second language. Full-text electronic access is available beginning with Volume 84, No.1, 2000. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

The Reading Matrix: An International Online Journal


The refereed journal The Reading Matrixwhich was launched in 2001, is published exclusively on the web in April and September. It seeks to disseminate research to educators around the world on issues related to L2 reading, L2 literacy, and other issues related to second language learning and teaching.

ReCALL: The Journal of the European Association for Computer Assisted Language Learning


The primary focus of this peer-reviewed journal is the use of technologies for language learning and teaching, including all relevant aspects of research and development. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with vol 12, 2000. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Reflexions


Reflexions brings news of the second language education community in Canada, topical articles, classroom activities, and language events. It is published three times a year, and many articles are available online.

Research on Language and Social Interaction


This quarterly multidisciplinary refereed journal publishes research about language and other social codes that are consequential for interaction. Full-text electronic access to this journal is available beginning with vol 33, no 1, 2000. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Second Language Research


Second Language Research publishes theoretical and experimental papers concerned with second language acquisition and second language performance. On-line access to this journal is available beginning with volume 13, 1997. NOTE: This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be RESTRICTED.

Second Language Studies


This occasional publication of the Department of Second Language Studies of the University of Hawaii at Manoa was previously published as the ESL Working Papers. It presents the work in progress by faculty members and graduate students, and it is available free online beginning with volume 19, number 1, Fall 2000.

SPEAQ OUT: Revue pedagogiques de la societe pour la promotion de l'enseignement de l'anglais, langue seconde, au Quebec.
SPEAQ publishes the pedagogical review SPEAQ OUT four times a year. Its main objective is to encourage the exchange of information on the teaching and learning of english as a second language in Quebec at all levels of education in public and private sectors.

Studies in Second Language Acquisition


Published by Cambridge University Press four times a year, Studies in Second Language Acquisition is devoted to the scientific discussion of issues in second or foreign language acquisition of any language. Full-text elctronic access to this journal is available beginning with volume19, 1997. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.


SPEAQ OUT: Revue pedagogiques de la societe pour la promotion de l'enseignement de l'anglais, langue seconde, au Quebec.
SPEAQ publishes the pedagogical review SPEAQ OUT four times a year. Its main objective is to encourage the exchange of information on the teaching and learning of english as a second language in Quebec at all levels of education in public and private sectors.

Studies in Second Language Acquisition


Published by Cambridge University Press four times a year, Studies in Second Language Acquisition is devoted to the scientific discussion of issues in second or foreign language acquisition of any language. Full-text elctronic access to this journal is available beginning with volume19, 1997. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

System: An International Journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics


This quarterly journal published by Pergamon Press is "devoted to the applications of educational technology and applied linguistics to problems of foreign language teaching and learning". It is available on-line starting with volume 23, number 1, February 1995. NOTE: This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be RESTRICTED.

TESL Canada Journal
Semi-annually, the TESL Canada Journal publishes manuscripts concerning diverse aspects of the teaching and learning of ESL/EFL/ESD.

TESL-EJ. Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language: An Electronic Journal.


Published since 1994, TESL-EJ is a web journal with articles on the research and practice of the teaching of English as a second or foreign language.

TESOL Quarterly


TESOL Quarterly publishes manuscripts which bridge the gap between theory and practice in language learning and teaching.

World Englishes. Journal of English as an International and Intranational Language


World Englishes is committed to the study of global varieties of English in their distinctive cultural and sociolinguistic contexts. It is integrative in its approach to the study and teaching of English. Full-text electronic access is available beginning with vol. 16, no.1, 1997. This item is licensed for use by members of the University of Toronto community. Use by others may be restricted.

Zeitschrift fur Interkulturellen Fremdsprachenunterricht:Didaktik und Methodik in Bereich Deutsch als Fremdsprache


This electronic journal for the teaching of German in Germany and elsewhere features articles on teaching methods/techniques for German as a foreign language, as well as reports on research projects and conferences, book reviews, and discussions. The current editors are from Canada and Germany respectively.

Organizations and Centres


American Association of Applied Linguistics
Founded in 1977, the American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) is a professional organization of scholars who are interested in the multi-disciplinary field of applied linguistics. The site gives details of the organization's activities such as its publications, and annual conference.

American Association of Teachers of French (AATF)
An organization dedicated to encouraging and assisting in the teaching & learning of French in the U.S. through publications (most notably the French Review), conferences and other activities.

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)
ACTFL is dedicated to promoting the study of foreign languages and cultures as an integral component of American education and society. The page describes ACTFL's activities, projects, and services. Publishes the Foreign Language Annals.

Association Canadienne de Linguistique Appliquee (ACLA) / Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics (CAAL)
L'association se propose de promouvoir au Canada la recherche, l'experimentation, l'enseignement et la diffusion du savoir dans tous les champs d'application de la linguistique et d'etendre son action a tout le domaine de la didactique des langues secondes et maternelle. L'ACLA est affiliee a l'Association internationale de linguistique appliquee (AILA) au sein de laquelle elle represente le Canada. Publie Revue de l'ACLA/Journal of the CAAL.

L'association canadienne des professeurs d'immersion / The Canadian association of immersion teachers (ACPI / CAIT)
Une association qui, par la réflexion, la recherche et l'intervention, soutient l'action des professeurs en cherchant à promouvoir l'immersion et à contribuer au développement de la pédagogie immersive au Canada. Publie Le journal de l'immersion.

Association internationale de linguistique appliquée / International Association of Applied Linguistics (AILA)
AILA is an international federation of national associations of applied linguistics. It pursues the following objectives: (1) to promote & coordinate research in applied linguistics, (2) to disseminate information about applied linguistics, and (3) to organize an international congress every three years.


L'Association québécoise des enseignantes et enseignants de français langue seconde (AQEFLS)
A pour but d'associer l'ensemble du corps enseignant aux développements théoriques et pratiques de la pédagogie du français langue seconde au Québec. Organize un congrès annuel et publie régulièrement la Revue.

The British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL)


BAAL is a professional association based in the UK, which provides a forum for people interested in language and the applications of linguistics.

British Columbia Association of Teachers of Modern Languages (BCATML)
The BCATML is the Provincial Specialists Association (PSA) of the BCTF for second language teachers. Its objectives are to improve the quality and conditions of second language teaching in British Columbia. The site also provides many worthwhile language links for French, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese etc..

British Columbia Teachers of English as an Additional Language (BC TEAL)
BC TEAL advances the profession of teaching English as an additional language in British Columbia through professional development, promotion of standards, advocacy and representation. Publishes the BC TEAL newsletter.

Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers (CASLT)
This site offers information about the activities of CASLT: the publication of Réflexions (the CASLT newsletter), conferences, research, and publications.

Canadian Heritage Official Languages Support Program
The goals of this branch of Canadian Heritage are to promote French and English in Canadian society and to encourage the development of francophone and anglophone communities in minority situations. The site provides information on the teaching/learning of French and English in Canada, publications on Canada's official languages, as well as links to related sites of interest.

Canadian Parents for French (CPF)
A national network of volunteers dedicated to creating and promoting French second language learning opportunities for young Canadians. The CPF page provides links to activities and publications, as well as a set of links for young learners of French.

Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL)


A major private non-profit organization involved in language related issues including language policy, foreign language education, testing, ESL, and refugee affairs.

Centre canadien des ressources sur l'enseignement des langues (CCREL)
Le CCREL a ete developpe par l'universite Simon Fraser de Vancouver en partenariat avec le ministere du Patrimoine canadien et Rescol. Il vise a fournir des references traitant de la recherche sur l'enseignement du francais langue seconde et des differents programmes d'immersion au Canada


Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks (CCLB)
The mission of the Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks (CCLB) is to promote the coherence, effectiveness and consistency of adult English as a second language instruction across Canada by linking all adult ESL stakeholders, maintaining standards in ESL training, and facilitating the implementation and use of the CLB and the CLBA. The CCLB is a non-profit, federally incorporated organization.

Centre interdisciplinaire de recherches sur les activites langagieres (CIRAL)
Le CIRAL regroupe des chercheurs et etudiants s'interessants a l'interpretation des discours en general et des discours sur la langue en particulier, aux activites languagieres au cours desquelles les individus construisent leur identite et leur image.

The Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO)


An American professional organization for computer assisted learning and instruction, with a particular interest in modern language teaching and learning.

Federation internationale des professeurs de francais (FIPF)


La FIPF rassemble plus de 70,000 enseignants, regroupes dans plus de 150 associations. Partenaire des Ministeres francais, canadiens, et belges, la FIPF contribue par ses actions et ses subventions a la diffusion du francais et des cultures francophones.

Institut des langues secondes / Second Language Institute, University of Ottawa (ILS / SLI)
The ILS/SLI is responsible for teaching and testing English and French as second languages at the University of Ottawa, and conducting applied and theoretical research in areas pertinent to second language teaching.

International Association for Language Learning Technology


IALL is a professional organization for the promotion of the effective uses of media centers for language teaching, learning and research. This site provides an extensive foreign language software database.

International Language Testing Association (ILTA)


The purpose of this organization is to promote the improvement of language testing throughout the world

Modern Language Association of America (MLA)


The MLA, which was founded in 1883, "encourages the study and teaching of the modern languages and literatures and strives to ensure the highest standards in teaching and scholarship in the field."


Modern Language Centre, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education / University of Toronto
The Modern Language Centre of OISE/UT is concerned with the theory and practice of second and minority language teaching and learning. The main functions of the Centre are graduate studies, research, development and field services. The page describes the MLC's courses, faculty, research and development projects, publications, special events, etc...

National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE)


An organization concerned with the education of language-minority students in American schools, whose activities are research, professional development, public education and legislative advocacy.

National Centre for English Language Teaching and Research (NCELTR)


Established in 1988, NCELTR at Macquarie University in Sydney is the Commonwealth's key centre for English language teaching and research in Australia. It offers post-graduate courses, ESL courses for adults, and conducts research on issues related to se cond language education.

National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition & Language Instruction Education Program (NCELA)


The NCELA is operated by George Washington University and funded by the U.S. Department of Education to collect, analyze, and disseminate information relating to the effective education of linguistically and culturally diverse learners in the U.S. NCELA provides information through its web site and produces the news bulletin, Newsline.

National Foreign Language Resource Centers

The following seven NFLRCs are funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education to improve and enrich foreign language education in the U.S.


National Capital Language Resource Center. Joint project of Georgetown University, George Washington University and the Center for Applied Linguistics
The focus of the National Capital Language Resource Center is on the training of teachers on the use of effective teaching strategies and foreign language performance tests.

Michigan State University Center for Language Education and Research


The objective of MSU/CLEAR is the promotion of collaboration in foreign language research and teacher education.

National K-12 Foreign Language Resource Center at Iowa State University


Their mission is to improve student learning of foreign languages from K to 12.

The Ohio State University National Foreign Language Resource Center


The OSU/NFLRC explores ways to enable foreign language learners to develop and maintain advanced language skills.

San Diego State University Language Acquisition Resource Center


The focus of the SDSU-LARC is on research, development and training to improve language testing, increase understanding of other cultures, and to improve language performance, all through innovating uses of technology.

University of Hawaii National Foreign Language Resource Center


Established to improve and enrich foreign language education nationwide. Engages in research, materials development, summer institutes and publications.

University of Minnesota Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA)


CARLA is the co-ordinating office for a number of grant funded programs devoted to research and program development in second language teaching, learning and assessment.

The National Foreign Language Center at the Johns Hopkins University


An American institution committed to research, policy development, and programs in response to a national need for foreign language competencies.

Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages
OCOL provides a range of services, products and information to promote better relations between English-speaking Canadians and French-speaking Canadians.

The Official Languages Programs
The Official Languages Programs are administered by the Council of Ministers of Education of Canada. They consist of the Official-Languages Monitor Program, and the Summer Language Bursary Program. Both of these programs provide teaching and learning opportunities in English as a second language and French as a second language for Canadian postsecondary students.

Ontario Modern Langage Teachers' Association (OMLTA)
The OMLTA is an organization of teachers of modern languages for the Province of Ontario whose goal is to offer professional development, to promote the benefits of language learning, and to provide leadership and advocacy for language educators.

Society for Educational Visits and Exchanges in Canada
A national non-profit organization which organizes educational visits and exchanges for students of all ages. Visits and exchanges are organized for individuals or for groups and are usually interprovincial and interlingual (French/English).

SPEAQ (La Societe pour la Promotion de L'Enseignement de L'Anglais, Langue Seconde au Quebec)
SPEAQ is a professional association concerned with promoting the teaching of English as a second language in the province of Quebec at all levels of education in public and private sectors. Four times a year, it publishes the pedagogical review SPEAQ Out with news items, short reports, lesson plans/activities.

TESL Canada
TESL Canada is the national federation of English as a second language teachers. It organizes an annual conference and publishes the TESL Canada Journal.

TESL Ontario
TESL Ontario is an affiliate of TESL Canada, and a non-profit provincial organization of educators in the field of English as a second language. It presents an annual conference and publishes the newsletter Contact.

Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)


TESOL's mission is to develop the expertise of its members and others involved in teaching English to speakers of other languages through a wide range of services, publications, and programs. Best known as the publisher of the TESOL Quarterly.

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