Volume 10, Issue 1
Editorial: Approaches to Language / 4 Service-Learning / 6 Standards in Internet-Based Newspaper Project / 8 Miyuki Fukai, Columbia University, NY Weblogs Transform Service-Learning Reflection / 13 Kerry Purmensky, The University of Central Florida Mood Selection: A look at Northern Nevada Latinos / 18 Casilde Isabelli, University of Nevada, Reno Cognitive Factors in Children’s L1 and L2 Reading / 23 Yuko Goto Butler, University of Pennsylvania Kenji Hakuta, University of California at Merced ESL College Writing in the Mainstream Classroom / 28 Jennifer Malia, University of Southern California, CA Enhancing Language & Culture Learning through P2P / 33 Simone Bregni, Saint Louis University, MO Dyslexia and Foreign Language Learning / 38 Sarah Ann Liszka, University of London Institute in Paris Forgotten Alumni: Online Learners as Donors / 43 Erik W. Black, University of Florida Kara Dawson, University of Florida Richard E. Ferdig, University of Florida Online Pedagogy: Beyond Digital “Chalk and Talk” / 48 Vanessa Domine, Montclair State University, NJ Speech Adaptation and Situational Optimality / 52 John Rhoades, St. John Fisher College, NY Zhiming Zhao, SUNY College at Geneseo, NY Service-Learning & College Student Success / 57 Michele K. Wolff, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Shannon M. Tinney, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Fostering Service-learning in Teacher Preparation / 62 Alisa J. Bates, University of Utah Cathi Allen, University of Utah Peggy McCandless, University of Utah Factors for Adopting the Internet for Instruction / 67 Deborah Grimes, South Lenoir High School Cheryl McFadden, East Carolina University Susan Colaric, Saint Leo University Subversion: Teaching a Blue Novel in a Red State / 71 Jesse Kavadlo, Maryville University of St. Louis A Writing/Publishing Project in a French Class / 75 Beatrice Dupuy, The University of Arizona, AZ Commissioned Assignments in Environmental Policy / 80 Joshua M. Pearce, Clarion University of Pennsylvania Chris Russill, University of Otago, New Zealand Service Learning Abroad and Global Citizenship / 85 Kimberly Jones, Elon University, NC Judith Esposito, Elon University, NC MPBL: Equipping the African University Lecturer / 90 Virginia Milhouse, University of Oklahoma, OK Counseling Interns Learning Lessons of Life / 96 Darline Hunter, University of Houston Clear Lake Promoting Faculty Commitment to Distance Learning / 100 Jennifer McLean, Pennsylvania College of Technology Teaching as Acting and Directing / 105 Maria Granic-White, Southeastern University, FL Engaging and Assessing Students in Online Courses / 110 Scott A. Hutchens, Delta State University, MS J. Reid Jones, Delta State University, MS Darlene E. Crone-Todd, Delta State University, MS Heidi L. Eyre, Delta State University, MS Competency, Readiness, and Online Learning / 116 Zahide Yildirim, Middle East Technical University, Turkey Instructor-Student Interaction: Form/Meaning Chat / 121 Melissa L. Fiori, Daemen College, NY The Evolution of a Service-Learning Course / 127 Sean P. Foley, Northern Kentucky University Capacity Building through Service Learning / 132 Naim Kapucu, University of Central Florida Claudia Petrescu, Eastern Michigan University Technocomplacency: The spellchecker and learning / 139 Ishmael Doku, Clarion University of Pennsylvania Updating How We Teach (French) Literary Movements / 147 Anita Jon Alkhas, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Studying Le Ballon rouge with False Beginners / 151 Jacqueline Thomas, Texas A&M University-Kingsville Service Learning among Students with EBD / 155 Kelley S. Regan, George Washington University Community-Based Learning and Social Justice / 160 Karen J. Gibson, Portland State University, Oregon Sharing CAT Memories: Numbers as Words as Songs / 164 José Dávila-Montes, University of Texas at Brownsville Self-determination in adolescent bilingualism / 170 Yoshiko Okuyama, University of Hawaii at Hilo Joyce’s “The Dead” – Teaching and Critical Theory / 175 Siobhan Craft Brownson, Winthrop University, SC Teaching fiction using tangible questions / 180 Katarzyna Szmigiero, Filia AS, Piotrkowie Trybunalskim, Poland Philosophy Across Prison Walls / 185 Jeffrey R. Paris, University of San Francisco Nature and Use of Curriculum in Special Education / 192 Sara J. Jatala, University of Houston-Clear Lake, TX Randy L. Seevers, University of Houston-Clear Lake, TX Possibilities or Problems Who’s to Say / 197 Debra Lindsey Prince, Mississippi State University Devon Brenner, Mississippi State University Kay Brocato, Mississippi State University Functional Grammar in EFL Literary Translation / 202 James W. Porcaro, Toyama University of International Studies, Japan Citizenship and Service Learning / 207 Tamara Ann Waggener, Sam Houston State University Reflection and Validity in Qualitative Research / 211 Deborah Court, Bar-Ilan University, Israel Elena’s Passion: ESL Learning as TESOL Method / 215 Audre Garcia-Grice, Hostos Community College, CUNY More Grammar Gaps / 220 Melvin J. Hoffman, Buffalo State University College, NY Service-Learning and Student Attitudes / 226 Jennifer K. Halfacre, The University of Mississippi Deborah A. Chessin, The University of Mississippi Martha S. Chambless, The University of Mississippi Students Researching Victorian Short Fiction / 232 Leslee Thorne-Murphy, Brigham Young University The Electronic Dissemination of Research Findings / 237 William W. Bostock, University of Tasmania Community Service Self-Efficacy: Research Review / 242 Roger N. Reeb, University of Dayton The Study of Service-Learning as a Moral Matter / 249 James M. Lies, Stanford University, CA Re-envisioning Asynchronous Communication /255 Meg VB Wood, University of Wyoming Service-Learning Synergy in Teacher Education / 260 Cynthia B. Elliott, Southeastern Louisiana University Strategies for Gifted Second Language Learners / 265 Todd Deveau, University of Houston, TX Service-Learning and Teacher Empowerment / 271 Aileen Hale, Boise State University Keyword Subject Index / 278-279COMING May 22nd
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