Profile. Issues in Teacher’s Professional Development. Vol. 13 No. 2

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Categoría: Lingüística y Lenguas

Editorial: Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Categoría: Lingüística y Lenguas

Año de Edición: 2011

2011

ISSN: 16570790-13-02

16570790-13-02
Welcome to the second issue of our thirteenth volume. With this publication we reach the sixteenth edition of our journal and continue moving forward towards meeting the challenges academic journals fa ce nowadays to reach a target audience. The increasing interest of teacher-researchers, universiti...
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Welcome to the second issue of our thirteenth volume. With this publication we reach the sixteenth edition of our journal and continue moving forward towards meeting the challenges academic journals fa ce nowadays to reach a target audience. The increasing interest of teacher-researchers, universities, research agencies and educational authorities in making research results, innovations and knowledge public poses questions in regard to the existen ce of conditions that support periodical publications. Besides counting on the necessary resources, we need to make certain that we are not only working towards the fulfilment of deadlines to get a new issue published. In addition to that, we consider it paramount to sustain a community composed of readers, contributors, reviewers and supporters for, as pointed out by Burton and Mickan, research communities are one of the features of academic research. As the authors explain, academic researchers belong to research communities which provide opportunities to make their work visible. One of them is through publications. We hope we can continue sharing the works contributed by teachers of English from different academic backgrounds and countries through the print and electronic versions of our publication. The last one can be downloaded from our website. Readers can also share with authors and editorial boards their impressions about our publication by participating in the conferences we organize to launch each issue or vía e-mail.This way, we want to keep in touch with the ELT community we aim to reach.The increasing interest of teacher-researchers, universities, research agencies and educational authorities in making research results, innovations and knowledge public poses questions in regard to the existen ce of conditions that support periodical publications. Besides counting on the necessary resources, we need to make certain that we are not only working towards the fulfilment of deadlines to get a new issue published. In addition to that, we consider it paramount to sustain a community composed of readers, contributors, reviewers and supporters for, as pointed out by Burton and Mickan, research communities are one of the features of academic research. As the authors explain, academic researchers belong to research communities which provide opportunities to make their work visible. One of them is through publications. We hope we can continue sharing the works contributed by teachers of English from different academic backgrounds and countries through the print and electronic versions of our publication. The last one can be downloaded from our website. Readers can also share with authors and editorial boards their impressions about our publication by participating in the conferences we organize to launch each issue or vía e-mail.This way, we want to keep in touch with the ELT community we aim to reach.We hope we can continue sharing the works contributed by teachers of English from different academic backgrounds and countries through the print and electronic versions of our publication. The last one can be downloaded from our website. Readers can also share with authors and editorial boards their impressions about our publication by participating in the conferences we organize to launch each issue or vía e-mail.This way, we want to keep in touch with the ELT community we aim to reach.
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Editor / Marca Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Ciudad Bogotá
Facultad Facultad de Ciencias Humanas
Año de Edición 2011
Idioma(s) Español
Peso 0.4800
Tipo Producto libro
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Editorial

Issues from Teacher Researchers

Writing Using Blogs: A Way to Engage Colombian Adolescents in Meaningful Communication
Gloria Rojas Álvarez, Colegio Castilla & Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Colombia

The Use of B10gs in English Language Learning: A Study of Student Perceptions
Gurleen Ahluwalia, BBSB Engineering College; Deepti Gupta, Panjab University & Deepak Aggarwal, BBSB Engineering College, India

Investigating the Information Technology Courses for Pre-service and In-service English Teachers in Hong Kong Chi Cheung Ruby Yang, 7he Hong Kong Institute of Education, China

Understanding and Facing Discipline-Related Challenges in the English as a Foreign Language Classroom at Public Schools
Josefina Quintero Corzo, Universidad de Caldas & Odilia Ramírez Contreras, Universidad de Caldas & Institución Educativa Atanasio Girardot, Colombia

"Don't Tell My Father": Important Lessons Learned Through EFL Classroom Small Talk
Gabriela Ayala González, Miguel Adrián Leonel de Cervantes Orozco, Víctor Daniel González Cabrera, Faviola Romero Mayoral & Gerrard Edwin Mugford Powler, Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico

Exploring Knowledge of English Speaking Strategies in 8th and 12th Graders
Claudio Díaz Larenas, Universidad de Concepción, Chile


Metacognitive Awareness and Comprehension Monitoring in Reading Ability of Iranian EH Learners
Fatemeh Khonamri & Elahe Mahmoudi Kojidi, University of Mazandaran, Iran

Students and Teachers' Reasons for Using the First Language Within the Foreign Language Classroom (French and English) in Central Mexico
Irasema Mora Pablo, M. Martha Lengeling; Buenaventura Rubio Zenil, Troy Crawford & Douglas Goodwin, Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico

Teacher: Can you See What I'm Saying? A Research Experience with Deaf Learners
Olga Lucía Ávila Caica, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, Colombia

Education for Bilingualism: Connecting Spanish and English from the Curriculum, into the Classroom, and Beyond
Claudia Lucía Ordóñez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá

Issues Based on Reflections and Innovations

163 The Role that Socioaffective Practices Play in Third Graders' Autonomous Learning
Jhonatan Perdomo Toro, Ángela Milena Rico González & Nury Catherine Huepa Salcedo, Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Colombia

Issues Based on Reflections and Innovations

Improving Eleventh Graders' Reading Comprehension Through Text Coding and Double Entry Organizer Reading Strategies
Rocío Mahecha, Stella Urrego & Erika Lozano, Policarpa Salavarrieta School, Colombia

Guidelines for Contributors

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