Monday, May 27, 2013

Children's Literature in English Language Education Journal Available in Open Access Format Online

The debut issue of the CLELEjournal (Children's Literature in English Language Education Journal) is available online.

CLELEjournal is a peer-reviewed, biannual, and open access journal dedicated to examining the use of children's literature in teaching English language. The first issue features the following articles:
  • "The World Turned Upside Down: Exploring Alternate History with Young Adults" by Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak & Mateusz Marecki
  • "From Reading Pictures to Understanding a Story in the Foreign Language" by Annett Kaminski
  • "Humanizing Teaching English to Young Learners with Children's Literature" by Irma Ghosn
  • "Playing with Nonsense: Toward Language Bridging in a Multilingual Classroom" by Urmishree Bedamatta
  • "Response to 'The Lost Thing': Notes from a Secondary Classroom" by Sandie MourĂ£o
Visit http://clelejournal.org to read these articles and learn more about CLELEjournal.


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