Journal of Language and Cultural Education

print issue 4(1) January 2016

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      Research papers

 

The literature of the Tatars of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania - characteristics of the Tatar writings and areas of research

Maria Lewicka, Poland

3

The problematic issue of grammatical gender in Arabic as a foreign language

Fatima A. Alkohlani, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

28

The use of English language outside the classroom

Mane Sargsyan & Anna Kurghinyan, Republic of Armenia

46

Classification and quality criteria for Open Educational Resources in the field of foreign language learning

Zita Krajcso, Austria

68

Sociolinguistics in selected textbooks used for teaching Polish as a native language in a primary school

Marta Szymańska, Poland

85

Preferences for activities in French textbooks used in Slovak secondary schools analysed with Birova´s Communication Curve Tool

Jana Bírová, Slovakia

101

Subjective perceptions of English for Specific Purposes university teachers’ professional beginnings: quantitative research into pedagogical content knowledge

Jana Jašková, Czech Republic 

121

Exploring Intercultural Competence through an Intercultural Extracurricular Activity in Taiwan

Kai Li Liu, Taiwan

141

Foreign language education of seniors

Ctibor Határ & Soňa Grofčíková , Slovakia  

158

Is relevance theory applicable to proverbs' translation?

Anca-Mariana Pegulescu, Romania

180

Taking a literature circles approach to teach academic English

Alistair Graham-Marr & William Pellowe, Japan

192

Paper-pen peer-correction versus wiki-based peer-correction

Vladimira Froldova, Czech Republic 

 

202

Book Review

 

The innovative textbook on Computer-Assisted Language Learning

Michal Bodorík 

(Pokrivčáková, S. et al. (2015). CALL and Foreign Language Education: e-textbook for foreign language teachers. Nitra: Constantine the Philosopher University. 110p. ISBN 978-80-558-0621-1)

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