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  1. To what extent do language teaching professionals engage with relevant academic research?

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  2. How course books of modern foreign languages foster communicative grammar teaching

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  3. The interaction between cognitive individual differences and feedback type

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  4. Working memory training and its effects on foreign language development

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  5. The effects of written and spoken input on developing L2 grammar knowledge

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  6. How should grammar practice be sequenced to maximize learning?

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  7. How to distribute study/practice time to optimize foreign language learning and retention?

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  8. Exploring moral values and behavior in ESOL

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  9. Does it matter how often we practise grammar?

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  10. The effects of retrieval and trial and error exercises on learning phrasal verbs

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  11. Rethinking the terms and labels applied to language minoritized students

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  12. Can academics be made more central to middle students’ ‘possible selves’?

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  13. How can second language vocabulary best be learned through reading?

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  14. First language skills and second language learning achievement

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  15. The effect of international accents on listening comprehension tests

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  16. ISLA: How implicit or how explicit should it be?

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  17. The use of literature as a key component of foreign language education

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  18. Positioning of teacher expertise in TESOL-related curriculum standards

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  19. Examining how deeply second language learners process written corrective feedback

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  20. Connections between reading identities and social status in early childhood

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