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  1. Helping children to bridge their learning by writing in Bengali using Roman script (transliteration)

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  2. A review of previous studies investigating strategy instruction for language learning

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  3. Teaching grammar through different types of input activities

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  4. The effectiveness of input-based versus output-based instruction for beginning language learners

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  5. The effect of language similarity on second language grammar instruction

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  6. Intensive language courses: which is better for learning, one long or several short?

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  7. Primary teachers’ attitudes towards using children’s home languages

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  8. A long-term study of early foreign language learning in school

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  9. Learning poetry in two languages to deepen children’s understanding

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  10. Using instruction about learners’ first language to improve second language performance

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  11. Effects of computer-assisted glosses on vocabulary learning and reading comprehension

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  12. Working memory moderates the effects of instruction as learners start a new language

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  13. The usefulness of giving grammar rules for accuracy in a free writing task

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  14. Who knows more words: bilingual or monolingual children?

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  15. The important role bilingual children play in the maintenance of a minority language

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  16. How do teacher factors and the way teachers teach impact on children’s foreign language knowledge?

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  17. Does the age when bilingualism starts influence how well immigrants maintain their first language?

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  18. The role of cognitive abilities in second-language development at home and abroad

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  19. The acquisition of grammar is independent from the memorization of fixed expressions

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  20. Our native language affects how we learn verbal endings in a second language

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  21. How do children differ from adults when learning a new language in a migration context?

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  22. L1 Korean and L1 Mandarin L2 English learners’ acquisition of the count/mass distinction in English

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  23. How an exemplary language teacher uses technology to facilitate student learning

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  24. Multimedia in listening: Using dialogic interaction in metacognitive instruction

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  25. Cognitive and affective benefits of data-driven learning (DDL) in secondary EFL grammar instruction

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  26. Methodological issues in artificial language learning experiments: How to demonstrate learning?

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  27. How learning a second language influences young children’s literacy in their first language

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  28. The impact of different input activities on grammar learning for beginning language learners

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  29. The relationship between multilingualism and tolerance of ambiguity

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  30. Properties of personal speaking styles can impact assessment of L2 fluency

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  31. Are languages with many vowel sounds particularly hard to learn?

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  32. Metaphoric competence and cognitive style

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  33. Metaphor awareness and vocabulary retention

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  34. Bilinguals’ use of specific and general verbs

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  35. Presenting figurative idioms with a touch of etymology: More than mere mnemonics?

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  36. Using the CEFR to teach sign language to parents of deaf children

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  37. Gesture and vocabulary learning in a second language

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  38. L2 reading comprehension: Do learners detect L2 grammatical violations?

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  39. Relation of cognitive style to metaphor interpretation and second language proficiency

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  40. The impact of visual support and recasts on foreign language learners’ use of the English past progressive form during a photo description task

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  41. Teaching students how to correct each other’s mistakes

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  42. Students benefit from reviewing their peers’ essays

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  43. Multiple languages offer speakers more than one way to express their emotions

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  44. Teaching metaphor

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  45. How bilingual does a child need to be to benefit from a cognitive advantage?

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  46. Teaching English metaphors using cross-linguistic awareness-raising activities

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  47. Formulaic language, creativity, and language play in a second language

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  48. Humorous language play in native and non-native speaker interactions

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  49. How the media discuss Brexit and language learning

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  50. Awareness about grammatical differences between L1 and L2 and its influence on proficiency

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  51. The pedagogical challenges of mobile-assisted language learning (MALL)

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  52. The effects of Mobile-Assisted Language Learning on language proficiency

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  53. Improving Chinese tone production through tone visualisation

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  54. How language learning strategies function in use

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  55. The influence of writing strategy teaching on academic writing skills

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  56. Lowering foreign language anxiety through songs in the classroom

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  57. An overview of theoretical approaches to language learning

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  58. The effects of individual pronunciation practice on learners’ pronunciation

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  59. Attending to language form in beginner classroom interactions

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  60. Comparing the performance of native and non-native speakers in relation to task-type

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  61. Teaching listening strategies to lower-intermediate learners in a classroom context

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  62. Language learning motivation at the transition from primary to secondary school

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  63. Bilinguals are not two monolinguals in one person

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  64. Teachers and learners as researchers – Integrating pedagogy and research

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  65. Learning new words in conversations

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  66. How does training in the perception of sounds affect production in language learners?

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  67. Why learn languages? The views of head teachers, teachers and students

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  68. The effects of early language learning later in life

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  69. The link between task type and learners’ use of evaluative language in CLIL lessons

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  70. The relationship between different feedback techniques and grammar learning

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  71. The influence of reading books in a foreign language on reading proficiency

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  72. How does study abroad influence fluency in a foreign language?

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  73. The first days of learning new words and grammar

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  74. Production or comprehension-based grammar teaching: which works better?

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  75. Corrective feedback for learner errors: How effective is it?

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  76. Does the choice of test format affect language test scores?

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  77. The effects of age and aptitude in second language learning

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  78. A review of the usefulness of data-driven second language learning

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  79. The impact of corrective feedback in L2 perception

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  80. The impact of performance pressure on learning Mandarin Chinese tone

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  81. The impact of accent on learner performance in listening comprehension

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  82. Production practice improves comprehension skills

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  83. Learning foreign vocabulary: Imitation versus retrieval practice

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  84. Do L2 learners read differently for comprehension than for translation?

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  85. Learning grammatical structures through collaborative activities in the L2 English classroom

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  86. The relationship between the type of teaching and simple and complex grammatical features

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  87. Whether learner responses to recasts influence linguistic development

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  88. Eliciting production of grammatical structures to promote question development in L2 English

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  89. The impact of training method on second language learners’ brain activity

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  90. Creative idioms in English as a Lingua Franca

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  91. Is more than one language active during bilingual children’s speech production?

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  92. How do different feedback techniques influence language learning?

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  93. The influence of the L1 on L2 word recognition

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  94. The influence of age on language learning in and outside the classroom

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  95. How the type of communication task influences vocabulary learning

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  96. Keywords versus rote rehearsal: Learning vocabulary in the foreign language

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  97. L2 learners struggle with gender assignment, not with gender agreement

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  98. How many words do learners need to know to understand novels, newspapers or films?

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  99. What L2 learners pay attention to is defined by initial language experience

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  100. How do rote and rule learning interact in classroom language learning?

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