No 10 (2017)

Table of Contents

Front Matter and Editors' Note

FRONT MATTER PDF
  1-5
EDITORIAL PDF
  6-9

Language Policy

BILINGUALISM IN UKRAINE: VALUE OR A CHALLENGE? PDF
István Csernicskó, Réka Máté 14-35
THE ROLE OF TRANSLATION IN THE REVITALIZATION PROCESS OF MINORITY LANGUAGES: THE CASE OF BASQUE PDF
Guillem Belmar 36-54

Society. Identity. Languages

A STUDY OF ASSYRIANS’ LANGUAGE USE IN ISTANBUL PDF
Arda Arikan, Ozan Varli, Eyüp Yaşar Kürüm 56-74
IS THE SAMOGITIAN DIALECT GOING TO DIE OUT? IMPLICATIONS OF SHOWING PRIDE IN BEING A SAMOGITIAN AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS SAMOGITIANNESS ON SAMOGITIAN FACEBOOK PAGES PDF
Vilma Mikašytė 75-97
PIDGIN IN CREATIVE WORKS IN ENGLISH IN CAMEROON PDF
Jean Paul Kouega, Mildred Aseh 98-120

Language Education in Multilingual and Multicultural Settings

THE POTENTIAL OF BLENDED ESOL COURSES: ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES AMONG THE UK IMMIGRANTS PDF
Juratė Matulionienė, Daiva Pundziuvienė 122-135
CLIL APPROACH TO LEGAL ENGLISH COURSES: ANALYSIS OF PRACTICE AND EXPERIENCE PDF
Elena Grigorievna Vyushkina 136-149
YEAR OF INTENSIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING, A SPECIAL PROGRAM TO ROCKET HUNGARIAN STUDENTS’ FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY: A SUCCESS STORY? PDF
Enikő Öveges 150-174

Language Teacher Education

VALUING CULTURAL IDENTITY FOR SUCCESSFUL TEACHING AND LEARNING: APPLYING CULTUROMETRIC COMMITTED COMMUNICATION HUMANIST PRINCIPLES IN EDUCATIONAL CONTEXTS PDF (Français)
Beatrice Sylvie Boufoy-Bastick 176-191
VALUES AND ATTITUDES OF NORDIC LANGUAGE TEACHERS TOWARDS SECOND LANGUAGE EDUCATION PDF
Christina von Post, Patrik Wikström, Helge Räihä, Vilmantė Liubinienė 194-212


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Print copy: ISSN 2335-2019
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