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Language Issues is the part peer-reviewed journal of NATECLA, the national association for teaching English and other community languages to adults. The journal explores the area between academic research and classroom practice, sharing experiences of teaching, training and management and disseminating research and ideas relating to language, political and social issues. Language Issues comprises articles on published and unpublished research, current studies and pieces of action research relating to ESOL and community languages, language learning theories, methods, materials and learners. Voices from the Classroom brings reflections and experiences from teachers, students and others on topics ranging from bilingualism to testing to poetry in the language classroom. There are also interviews with professionals from the field, reviews and reports. Language Issues looks at broad issues and big ideas and is an invaluable resource for everyone interested in language teaching and learning, both in in the UK and elsewhere in the world. You can subscribe to the journal via the NATECLA website. Publisher: National Association for Teaching English and other Community Languages to Adults.

Publisher: National Association for Teaching English and other Community Languages to Adults (NATECLA)

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Volume 26, Number 2, Winter 2015

Editorial

Editorial
pp. 3-3(1)
Authors: Bird, Sally; Delaney, Jo-Ann

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NATECLA Conference 2015 Keynote

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Peer reviewed articles

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Articles

Exploring LGBT lives and issues in adult ESOL Part Two
pp. 27-34(8)
Author: MacDonald, Sheila

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LGBT invisibility in language learning materials
pp. 35-40(6)
Author: Goldstein, Ben

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Participatory ESOL
pp. 55-57(3)
Author: Bryers, Dermot

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The effects of policy changes on ESOL
pp. 58-60(3)
Author: Gwynt, Ellen

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Voices from the classroom

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Using drama and roleplay in ES(O)L classes Oya Karabetca
pp. 65-66(2)
Author: Karabetca, Oya

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Reports and reviews

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