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    • La palabra lúdica: The recreational word 

      Ramírez-Orozco, Mario (Journal article, 2011)
      Erudition as a cultist topic and style, recreated in countless traditional sources, helps Colombian writer R. H. Moreno-Durán to establish a delicate equilibrium between the parodic forms of linguistics research and the ...
    • Labialization in Cairene Arabic 

      Youssef, Islam (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      This paper investigates certain morphological categories in Cairene Arabic where the contrast between the short high vowels [i] and [u] is neutralized. The understanding of these neutralizations has direct consequences on ...
    • The lamentable status of (queer) children in fandom: On being a fannish pariah 

      Duggan, Jennifer (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      This autoethnographic paper considers the place of (queer) children in fandom, focusing on fan fiction–centered fan communities. It explores, in particular, the ways in which these communities have been defined and policed ...
    • Language contact across the lifespan 

      Fløgstad, Guro Nore; Lanza, Elizabeth (Chapter, 2019)
      The outcome of a multilingual encounter depends on a number of factors. Contact may be of various kinds and may differ in duration, and speakers may belong to different sociocultural groups depending on such variables as ...
    • Language Learning Strategies in the 2020 National Curriculum for English 

      Schipor, Delia; Hammershaug, Vilde Smeby (Chapter, 2022)
      The concept of language learning strategies (LLS) has a central place in the new Norwegian national curriculum for English (LK20). Current research on the new national curriculum has focused on general challenges for ...
    • Language, citizenship and schooling: A minority teacher's perspective 

      Burner, Tony; Osler, Audrey (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      In an age in which a shift towards increased authoritarianism and populism means that citizenship is defined in increasingly exclusive ways, migrant teachers’ perspectives are vital in informing inclusive educational ...
    • Linkages between literary response, aesthetic competence, and literary competence in the EFL classroom 

      Calafato, Raees; Simmonds, Kevin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Developing students' literacy skills and intercultural competence via literary works has become a key component of foreign language (FL) curricula at the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels in many countries. In FL ...
    • Literacy i naturfag og fysikk. Hva kreves av grunnleggende ferdigheter? 

      Aamotsbakken, Bente; Askeland, Norunn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      Artikkelen drøfter læreplanens vekt på grunnleggende ferdigheter og argumenterer for at grunnleggende ferdigheter lesing og skriving kan studeres som én ferdighet: literacy. Lærerens rolle blir ansett å være avgjørende for ...
    • The Literary Adaptation of Vǫluspá in Hauksbók and Snorra Edda 

      Thorvaldsen, Bernt Øyvind (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      The three versions of Vǫluspá display substantial differences in their references to speaker and audience. In 2013, the present author investigated such references in the Codex Regius version of the poem, and argued that ...
    • Literature in language education: Exploring teachers’ beliefs, practices, creativity, and literary competence 

      Calafato, Raees (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      Given the growing movement in support of blurring the divisions between language and literature teaching, it has become increasingly vital to understand what language teachers think of literature as a language resource, ...
    • Los olvidados caminos de la paz 

      Ramírez-Orozco, Mario (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2008)
      Entre las causas que clarifican el porqué de más de medio siglo la violencia armada intermitente, y en particular para los lectores no familiarizados con el acontecer colombiano, se encuentran: la desigualdad económica ...
    • Making It News: Money and Marketing in the Expatriate Modernist Little Magazine in Europe 

      Aijmer Rydsjö, Celia; Jonsson, AnnKatrin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      This article deals with practical and economic aspects of expatriate little magazine production and should be seen as furthering the understanding of the economic and promotional underpinnings of modernist cultural expression ...
    • Managing students’ insufficient answers in oral examinations 

      Vonen, Maria Njølstad; Solem, Marit Skarbø; Skovholt, Karianne (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      What happens when students cannot answer teachers’ questions in oral examinations? This study investigates how teachers manage students’ insufficient answers in disciplinary oral competence exams (DOCEs) in the secondary ...
    • Mehrsprachigkeitsdidaktik im frühen DaF-Unterricht in Dänemark und Norwegen – Lehrer- und Schülerperspektiven 

      Lindemann, Beate; Speitz, Heike; Daryai-Hansen, Petra (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      In den skandinavischen Ländern arbeitet man seit vielen Jahren daran, den früheren Start mit 2. Fremdsprachen an den Schulen einzuführen. Seit einer Schulreform im Jahre 2014 wird nun in Dänemark DaF-Unterricht bereits ab ...
    • Metacognition in Language Learning and Teaching 

      Haukås, Åsta; Bjørke, Camilla; Dypedahl, Magne (Book; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This volume offers an exhaustive look at the latest research on metacognition in language learning and teaching. While other works have explored certain notions of metacognition in language learning and teaching, this book, ...
    • Moterobringens kunst. Latin-Amerikas barokke tradisjoner 

      Ohldieck, Hans Jacob (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Havanna, 18. januar 1957: Den cubanske forfatteren José Lezama Lima holder et foredrag som under tittelen «La curiosidad barroca», den barokke nysgjerrigheten, skal bli sentralt i forståelsen av den latinamerikanske barokkens ...
    • Multilingual Events in Late Medieval Personal Documentary Texts from the Winchester Diocese Collection in 1400–1525 

      Schipor, Delia (Chapter, 2022)
      This chapter discusses multilingual practices (involving Latin, English and French) in fifteenth-century personal documents from the Winchester Diocese collection. It investigates instances of multiple language use – here ...
    • Multilingualism in Curriculum Reform (LK20) and Teachers' Perceptions: Mind the Gap? 

      Myklevold, Gro-Anita; Speitz, Heike (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      The present study investigates the dichotomous relationship between the official language policies celebrating multilingualism in education on the one hand, and the practice field facing practical challenges concerning ...
    • Multimodal texts in kindergarten rooms 

      Granly, Astrid; Maagerø, Eva (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      This article provides an overview of the results of our project “The Kindergarten Room: A Multimodal Pedagogical Text”. Our major initiative was to investigate what the multimodal texts in kindergarten represent and the ...
    • Møter mellom tekst og digital collage – en didaktisk, estetisk og multimodal tilnærming 

      Kruse, Kirsten Linnea; Roksvåg, Karete (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Denne studien er en empirisk utforsking av et tverrfaglig læringsdesign som omhandler skapende arbeid med digitale og multimodale collager i en lærerutdanningskontekst innenfor fagene norsk og kunst og håndverk. Målet med ...