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TESL Canada Journal: March 2018

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TESL Canada published the first journal of 2018!   TESL Canada is one of the top 3 accrediting bodies in the world because they facilitate research and collaboration with leading scholars in the TESL / TEFL / TESOL field.  Since 1984, the TESL Canada Journal has accumulated hundreds of valuable articles for the industry.   Visit: TESL Canada March 2018 Journal


A Word from the Guest Editor, David Wood, p. v – x, doi: 10.18806/tesl.v34i3.1270

Teaching Formulaic Sequences in the Classroom: Effects on Spoken Fluency
Michael McGuire, Jenifer Larson-Hall p. 1-25, doi: 10.18806/tesl.v34i3.1271

Building Speaking Fluency with Multiword Expressions
Haidee Thomson, p. 26-53, doi: 10.18806/tesl.v34i3.1272

“To Whom it May Concern”: A Study on the Use of Lexical Bundles in Email, Writing Tasks in an English Proficiency Test
Zhi Li, Alex Volkov, p. 54-75, doi: 10.18806/tesl.v34i3.1273

A Study in Enhancing L2 Learners’ Utility with Written Academic Formulaic Sequences
Lewis Murray, p. 76-92, doi: 10.18806/tesl.v34i3.1274

On the Role of Media Input in the Learning of Formulaic Sequences by EFL Learners
Didem Koban Koç, Serdar Engin Koç, p. 93-110, doi: 10.18806/tesl.v34i3.1275

Teaching Formulaic Sequences in an English- Language Class: The Effects of Explicit Instruction Versus Coursebook Instruction
Duyen Le-Thi, Michael P.H. Rodgers, Ana Pellicer-Sánchez, p. 111-139, doi: 10.18806/tesl.v34i3.1276

Improving English Learners’ Productive Collocation Knowledge: The Effects of Involvement Load, Spacing, and Intentionality
Per Snoder, p. 140-164, doi: 10.18806/tesl.v34i3.1277

Factors Impacting Recognition of False Collocations by Speakers of English as L1 and L2
Olga Makinina, p. 165-191, doi: 10.18806/tesl.v34i3.1278

In the Classroom
An Emerging Pedagogical Approach to Teaching Pragmatic Formulas
Alisa Zavialova, p. 192-204, doi: 10.18806/tesl.v34i3.1279

Learning and Teaching L2 Collocations: Insights from Research
Paweł Szudarski p. 205-216, doi: 10.18806/tesl.v34i3.1280TESL Canada Journal
Dr. Farahnaz Faez
Western UniversityDr. Antonella Valeo
York University

Michael Karas
Western University
Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,

TESL Canada Journal

March 2018 journal presented by OnTESOL. Online TESOL / TEFL / TESL courses recognized by TESL Canada.

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