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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2012A Small Story Speaks Louder: Insights from an Internal Evaluation of the Discussion Circle ProjectChoi, Na Young; Meier, Valerie; Trace, Johnathan
2004Socialization into L2 Academic Culture Through Leading Discussion CirclesRannik, Ave
2007Standard Setting for a Listening Subtest of a University ESL Placement TestYang, Weiwei
2009A Story in Four Words: An Analysis of Lexical Bundles in Learners’ Writing Placement Test in ELIPT CorpusSuethanapornkul, Sakol
2002Student Writing Assessment for ELI 73 Curriculum DevelopmentLu, Crystal Fen-Chuan
1989A Systematically Designed Curriculum for ELI Introductory Academic ListeningDonovan, Catherine; Serizawa, Chieko
2013A Task-Based Construct of Critical Listening Comprehension in AssessmentTrace, Jonathan
-A Task-based Needs Analysis for the English Language Institute at the University of Hawai'I at ManoaKim, Youngkyu; Kong, Don-Kwan; Lee, Younnneun; Silva, Anthony; Urano, Ken
2009Teacher and Student Perceptions of Second Language Writing Feedback: A Survey of Six College ESL Classes and Their TeachersJohnstun, Ann
2006Teachers' Belief on Teaching and Learning L2 ReadingYamaguchi,Takako
2013Thank you for your awesome thoughts about the article: Social interaction and critical thinking in student-facilitated online discussionsMeier, Valerie
2004Vocabulary Knowledge Differences between Placed and Promoted EAP StudentsClark, Martyn K.,; Ishida, Saori
2008±Voice: Processes of Discovery in PraXisLee, Emily
2002What Do Learners Know about the Factors That Affect Their Listening Comprehension?Tian, Jia
2005Working through Plagiarism and Patchwriting: Three L2 Writers Navigating Intertextual WorldsMcClanahan, Kelly
1988Writing Program for Foreign Graduate Students (ELI 83): An EvaluationAung, Myint; Thapa, Gita; Fujimoto, Lani
2006"You Must Learn This or Your Paper Will Be Killed": Three International Students' Perception of Academic LiteraciesRannik, Ave