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  • Chambers, Angela (Institúid Teangeolaiochta Éireann, 2004)
    While it is becoming less commonplace for national flags to feature on language-learning materials, it would be premature to announce their demise, particularly in the case of languages other than English. They are even ...
  • Chambers, Angela; O'Sullivan, Íde (Cambridge University Press, 2004)
    In the rapidly changing environment of language learning and teaching, electronic literacies have an increasingly important role to play. While much research on new literacies focuses on the World Wide Web, the aim in ...
  • Farr, Fiona; Murray, Liam (Universitat Politècnica de València, 2016)
    In an Irish national setting, the urgent need to address the national language skills' shortage has been highlighted in numerous arenas, and in the context of the need for a continued economic recovery, language skills ...
  • Chambers, Angela (University of Hawaii * National Foreign Language Resource Center, 2005)
    Alongside developments in language research, the potential of corpora as a resource in language learning and teaching has been evident to researchers and teachers since the late 1960s. Despite publications which emphasise ...
  • Riordan, Elaine; James, Phil (2012)
    The introduction of social networking in language learning is becoming increasingly important, and as a result, teachers require new skills in their newfound roles as moderators of informal online learning. This paper ...
  • Chambers, Angela; Farr, Fiona; O'Riordan, Stéphanie (Taylor and Francis, 2011)
    Although the use of corpus data in language learning is a steadily growing research area, direct access to corpora by teachers and learners and the use of the data in the classroom are developing slowly. This paper explores ...
  • Le Baron-Earle, Florence (University of Limerick, 2013)
    Researchers have established that cultural openness is essential in language teaching. Indeed, it is believed that languages cannot be appropriately understood without appreciating the culture in which they are developed, ...

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