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  1. How do word characteristics affect Spanish native speakers’ ability to recognize English academic words?

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  2. Motivating students to participate in communicative activities

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  3. The long-term benefits of making the simple change from non-cumulative to cumulative weekly vocabulary quizzes

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  4. Teaching formulaic sequences through motivational strategies and mental imagery

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  5. Planning for an oral task in the first language and the second language

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  6. Integrated content and language classes for EFL science and engineering students

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  7. How to support teachers to develop translanguaging pedagogy in teaching English for academic purposes?

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  8. Students feel and act differently during the same task depending on teaching/learning contexts

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  9. Individual differences in complexity of first language writing are associated with complexity of second language writing

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  10. How do language learners interact with each other in collaborative writing when they use online resources as a support?

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