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JNCOLCTL Volume 19 Spring 2016

  1.   The Role of Writing in Learning Less-commonly-taught Languages in Turkey   Nur Yigitoglu  
  2.   Integrating the Genre-Based Approach into Teaching Writing in Arabic As a Foreign Language    Mahmoud Azaz  
  3.   The Effectiveness of Diagnostic Assessment on the Development of Turkish Language Learners’ Narrative Skills as an Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) Task    Anjel Tozcu  
  4.   Trans-forming Students into Digital Hakawati: Digital Storytelling in the AFL Classroom: Learners’ Attitudes and Recommendations   Gaby Semaan, Dany Doueiri, & Rebecca Cuevas   
  5.   Dialogue Recitation and CFL Learners’ Production of Formulaic Expressions    Jia Yang  
  6.   Correla-tion of Proficiency with Complexity, Accuracy, and Fluency in Spoken and Written Production: Evidence from L2 Korean   Youngjoo Kim, Juyeon Nam, & Sun-Young Lee  
  7.   Blended Learning Course Format on Moodle: A Model for Beginner Level Foreign Language Courses in Higher Education Reviews    Deborah Azaryad Shechter  
  8.   Toward a Task-based Textbook for Indonesian Lan-guage Learning    Jessica Fox  

JNCOLCTL Volume 18 Fall 2015

  1.   Teaching Linguistics to Supplement the Implementation of the Five Cs   Hongyuan Dong  
  2.   Research-Informed Online Language Course Design and Development for Least Commonly Taught LTCLs: The case of Introductory Dari, Pashto, and Uyghur   Öner Özçelik and Amber Kennedy Kent  
  3.   Foreign language teaching: A study of teachers’ be-liefs about effective teaching and learning methodologies   Farid Saydee  
  4.   College-Level Arabic Heritage Learners: Do they belong in Separate Classrooms?   Hana Zabarah  
  5.   Task-based incidental vocabulary learning in L2 Arabic: The role of proficiency and task performance   Ayman A. Mohamed  
  6.   Investigating the validity of KFL text difficulty as defined by the ILR Reading Scales   Sun-Young Shin  

JNCOLCTL Volume 17 Spring 2015

     1.       Uncovering Curriculum: Language performance through culture by design   Jennifer Eddy  
  2.   Foreign Language Read-ing Anxiety: Korean as a Foreign Language in the United States   Kin Young Joo & Julie Damron  
  3.   High School Students Reg-istered in Ukrainian Language Arts – What Practitioners and Learning Resource Developers Should Know   Olenka Bilash & Vitaliy Shyyan  
  4.   A Model for Com-munity-based Language Teaching to Young Learners: The Impact of University Outreach   Martha Nyikos & Vesna Dimitrieska  
  5.   Implementing STARTALK-endorsed Principles in an Intensive Summer LCTL Program: Challenges and Implications   Julian ChengChiang Chen & Sarah Jourdain  
  6.   Evaluating the Quality of STARTALK Program for Teaching Heritage and Non-Heritage Arabic Language Learners   Wafa Hassan  
  7.   Technology Training in Chinese Language Teacher Education: Content, Concept, and Context   Yang Xiao-Desai, Ka F. Wong & Xiaohui Wu  

JNCOLCTL Volume 16 Fall 2014   

   1.     Corrective Feedback in Classrooms at Different Proficiency Levels - A Case Study of Chinese as a For-eign Language    Liu Li
  2.   Errors in the Production of Adult Early and Late Bilinguals    Teresa Lee
  3.   Teachers’ and Non-Teachers’ Percep-tions of a Chinese Learner’s Oral Performances   Guangyan Chen
  4.   Loss of Culture, Loss of Language: An Afghan-American Community   Farid Saydee
  5.   The Development of a National Curriculum Guide for Persian: Themes, Genres, Standards-based Goals, and Models   Nicole Mills & Pardis Minuchehr
  6.   Korean Language Teachers in Higher Education in North America: Profile, Status and More   Hye-Sook Wang


JNCOLCTL Volume 15 Spring 2014

      1.     Teaching Norwegian to Beginers: Six Principles to Guide Lesson Planning    By Anna Krulatz
  2. Informal Language Learning and Self-Instruction: The Learning Ecosystem of Learners of Macedonian   Biljana Belamaric Wilsey
  3. Developing Linguistic and Professional Competence: Business Ukrainian On-line    Alla Nedashkivska
  4. Content-based Persian Language Instruction at the University of Maryland: A Field Report    Ali Reza Abasi
  5. Foreign Language Speaking Anxiety: A Study of Chinese Language Learners    Han Luo
  6. The Arabic Language Fog of War: Exploring Iraq War Veterans' Motivations to Study Arabic Language and Culture Post Deployment    Jennifer Nichols
  7. Meso-American Languages: An Investigationof Variet, Maintenance, and Implications for Linguistic Survival    Ransom Gladwin

 JNCOLCTL Volume 14 Fall 2013

        1.    Variation among heritage speakers: Sequential vs. simultaneous bilinguals      Teresa Lee 
  2.    Cultural Factors in High School Student Motivation to Study Less Commonly Taught Languages   Masako Nunn
  3.   Effectiveness of deep, blended language learning as measured by oral proficiency and course evaluation   Francois Victor Tochon
  4.   A Language Socialization Approach to Uzbek Language Learning   Baburhan Uzum
  5.     Language classroom risk-taking behavior in a performed culture-based program   Stephen D. Luft

JNCOLCTL Volume 13 Spring 2013




LCTL teachers’ assessment knowledge and practices: An exploratory study    Megan Montee, Aileen Bach, Anne Donovan, Lynn Thompson
  2.    Survey of Digital Materials for Teaching Less Commonly Taught Languages   Barbara Blankenship and Thomas J. Hinnebusch
  3.   Cognitive Perspective in SLA: Pedagogical Implications for Enhancing Oral Proficiency in Foreign Languages   Serafima Gettys, Iwona Lech
  4.   Making Vocabulary Corporeal: Arabic Learners, Vocabulary Development, & arabiCorpus   Amy Johnson, Mike Raish
  5.   The signal and comprehension approach: decoding and meaning building   Rajaa Aquil
  6.     Chinese as a Foreign Language (CFL) Students’ Lexical Tonal Development: An Investigation of Tonal Production and Awareness of Tonal Categories   Li Jin

JNCOLCTL Volume 12 Fall 2012



   Personality, motivation, and language attitudes of learners of CTLs and LCTLs    Mingzhen Bao and Lucia Lee
  2.   Teaching the Five Cs with Cinema   Rimma Garn
  3.   Heritage and Non-Heritage Language Learners in Arabic Classrooms: Inter and Intra-group Beliefs, Attitudes and Perceptions   Ghazi Abuhakema
  4.   Community-level Language Planning for Chinese Heritage Language Maintenance in the United States   An Chung Cheng
  5.   Exploring Mobile Technologies for Learning Chinese   Jing Wang and Christine H. Leland
  6.   Korean Language Studies: Motivation and Attrition   Julie Damron and Justin Forsyth

JNCOLCTL Volume 11 Spring 2012

    1.     Prioritizing African Languages: Challenges to macro-level planning for resourcing and capacity building    Tristan M. Purvis, Christopher R. Green, & Gregory K. Iverson
  2.   Independence, Interaction, Interdependence and Interrelation:Learner Autonomy in a Web-based Less Commonly Taught Language Classroom   Marina V. Kostina
  3.   Second Language Writing System Word Recognition (with a focus on Lao)   Christine Elliott
  4.   Revisiting songs in Language Pedagogy   Rajaa Aquil
   5.   Arabic Heritage Language Learners: motivation, expectations, competence, and engagement in learning Arabic   Ghassan Husseinali
  6.   The Impact of Standard Spoken Tamil in Singapore Tamil classroom   Seetha Lakshmi