We invite you to submit original and unpublished papers (up to 6,000 words), project reports (up to 2,000 words) and book reviews for TEANGA, the Journal of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics, Volume 28. Deadline: 28 February 2021.
Tugtar cuireadh daoibh bunpháipéir neamhfhoilsithe (suas le 6,000 focal), tuairiscí ar thionscadail (suas le 2,000 focal) agus léirmheasanna ar leabhair a chur isteach chuig TEANGA, iris Chumann na Teangeolaíochta Feidhmí, Eagrán 28. Spriocdháta: 28 Feabhra 2021.Read more about Call for Papers - Gairm ar Pháipéir: TEANGA 28
TEANGA 20, edited by Jeffrey Kallen, is now available here.
Ten articles discuss foreign language and culture teaching, learners’ strategies for achieving high levels of oral proficiency, development of verb morphology in advanced study abroad learners, EFL pronunciation plateauing, multimedia in second language language learning, humour in Irish and American television comedies, the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages, human and linguistic rights, language attitudes in Brittany, and two book reviews.
This Volume contains papers written in 2001-2. It was published in hard copy in 2004. It was scanned (and its metadata digitised) by Fiontar & Scoil na Gaeilge, DCU, and made available online in 2020.Read more about TEANGA 20 (2001-2) available online
We are pleased to announce that TEANGA, The Journal of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics, has been accepted for indexing in Scopus.
Tá lúcháir orainn a fhógairt go bhfuil glactha le hiarratas TEANGA, Iris Chumann na Teangeolaíochta Feidhmí in Éirinn, chun í a innéacsú i Scopus.Read more about TEANGA Journal listed in Scopus - Iris TEANGA liostáilte i Scopus
The Irish Association for Applied Linguistics (IRAAL) invites applications for the editorship of TEANGA, The Journal of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics, for a period of three years from October 2020.
Cuireann Cumann na Teangeolaíochta Feidhmí in Éirinn (IRAAL) fáilte roimh iarratais do ról an eagarthóra ar TEANGA, Iris Chumann na Teangeolaíochta Feidhmí in Éirinn, do thréimhse trí bliana ó Dheireadh Fómhair 2020.Read more about Editorship of TEANGA - Ról Eagarthóra ar TEANGA
TEANGA 21, edited by Jeffrey Kallen and guest-edited by Fiona Farr and Anne O'Keefe, is now published here. This Volume contains papers written in 2002, arising from the first international Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies (IVACS) conference in the University of Limerick. Eight guest-edited articles focused on various aspects of corpus linguistics, including the Limerick Corpus of Irish English, multi-word clusters in spoken English, personal pronouns, grades and changes in student academic writing, discourse features in spoken Burmese, adult literacy learners’ experience of spoken and written ellipsis, semi-specialized corpora of written French in language learning, exchange in family discourse, and intonation of declarative-mood questions in Hong Kong English.
It was published in hard copy in 2004. It was scanned (and its metadata digitised) by Fiontar & Scoil na Gaeilge, DCU, and made available online in 2019.Read more about TEANGA 21 (2002) available online
TEANGA 22, edited by Jeffrey Kallen, is now published here. Eleven articles discussing the pedagogical environment of paper-based and online media, thematic integration of translation texts, the experience and motivation of third-level learners of French, Irish English and ELT, German in the Northern Ireland curriculum, idioms in an Irish soap opera, varieties of Irish English, language attitudes and use in Galicia, attitudes towards trilingualism in Ireland and the Basque Country, and the discourse of midwifery.
This Volume contains papers written in 2003-4. It was published in hard copy in 2007. It was scanned (and its metadata digitised) by Fiontar & Scoil na Gaeilge, DCU, and made available online in 2019.Read more about TEANGA 22 (2003-4) available online
2019-07-17TEANGA 23, edited by Jeffrey Kallen and guest-edited by Arnd Witte, is now published here. It contains eight guest-edited articles discussing various aspects of learning German as a foreign language, such as motivation and confidence among first year university learners, the impact of computer use on revision behaviour in written work, learning and teaching writing for Junior Certificate learners, and the teaching and learning of noun gender. This Volume contains papers written in 2005. It was published in hard copy in 2008. It was scanned (and its metadata digitised) by Fiontar & Scoil na Gaeilge, DCU in July 2019. Read more about TEANGA 23 (2005) available online: German as a foreign language
We would like to invite you to contribute to this special volume of TEANGA, dedicated to research work related to Irish Sign Language. Guest editors: Lorraine Leeson and Irene Murtagh.Read more about Call for Papers: TEANGA Special Issue 11 - Irish Sign Language