• DIT, IRAAL, REYLL and PLÉ logos Special Issue 10: Multilingualism in the Early Years
    Vol 10 (2019)

    This special edition of TEANGA, the Journal of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics, contains selected papers from the Multilingualism in the Early Years conference held in the Dublin Institute of Technology in May 2017. The conference brought together people from diverse disciplines such as early childhood education and applied linguistics in order to discuss multilingual pedagogies, research and issues. The papers included in this special edition reflect the conference's diversity and highlight the depth and breadth of this burgeoning interdisciplinary field.

    Tá rogha páipéar ón gcomhdháil ar Ilteangachas sna Luathbhlianta a bhí ar siúl in Institiúid Teicneolaíochta Bhaile Átha Cliath i mí Bealtaine 2017 ar fáil san eagrán speisialta seo de TEANGA, Iris Chumann na Teangeolaíochta Feidhmí. Bhí sé d’aidhm ag an gcomhdháil daoine ó dhisciplíní éagsúla a thabhairt le chéile, oideachas na luath-óige agus an teangeolaíocht fheidhmeach san áireamh, chun plé a dhéanamh ar oideolaíochtaí ilteangacha, ar thaighde is ar cheisteanna éagsúla. Léiríonn na páipéir san eagrán speisialta seo ilghnéitheacht na comhdhála agus doimhneacht agus leithead an réimse idirdhisciplínigh bhisiúil seo.

     Special Edition editors: Máire Mhic Mhathúna (Technological University Dublin) and Sarah O’Brien (Trinity College Dublin). Journal editors: Stephen Lucek, Colin Flynn and Úna Bhreathnach.

    This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) licence. ISSN: 2565-6325.

  • TEANGA Volume 25
    Vol 25 (2018)

    Issue 25, launched at the IRAAL annual conference in Dublin City University on 24 November 2018, covers the topics of Second Language Acquisition, First Language Acquisition, Pragmatics, Bilingualism, Language Policy, Multimedia Language Learning, and Immersion Education. A guest paper by David Singleton (recently conferred with AILA Lifetime Honorary Membership) covers ‘Multilingualism, multi-competence and (limits to) the interaction between language systems in the mind’. There are also reviews of two books. The editors are Stephen Lucek, Colin Flynn and Úna Bhreathnach.

    Seoladh Eagrán 25 ag comhdháil bhliantúil IRAAL in Ollscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath ar 24 Samhain 2018. Cuimsíonn sé na topaicí seo: Sealbhú Dara Teanga, Sealbhú Céad Teanga, Pragmataic, Dátheangachas, Polasaí Teanga, Foghlaim Ilmheáin Teanga, agus Tumoideachas. Pléann aoipháipéar le David Singleton (ar bronnadh ballraíocht oinigh saoil in AILA air le gairid) an t-ilteangachas, an il-inniúlacht agus na teorannacha atá leis an idirghníomhaíocht idir córais teanga san intinn. Déantar léirmheas ar dhá leabhar freisin. Is iad Stephen Lucek, Colin Flynn agus Úna Bhreathnach na heagarthóirí.

    This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) licence. ISSN: 2565-6325.
  • TEANGA Volume 24
    Vol 24 (2016)

    A special issue with nine contributions, by Patrick Farren & Eugene McKendry, Eugene McKendry, Andrzej Cirocki & Aleksandra Arceusz, Anna Nunan, Charlotte Conneely, Arnd Witte & Annelie Eberhardt, Pádraig Ó Duibhir, Emma Riordan and Máirín Nic Eoin.

    Edited by Patrick Farren, Mairead Moriarty, Eugene McKendry, Muiris O'Laoire, Pádraig Ó Duibhir, Maire Ni Laoire, Emma Riordan, Colin Flynn, Conny Opitz, Mary Ruane, Susanna Nocchi and Lorna Carson.

  • Issue 26
    Vol 26 (2019)

    Volume 26, launched at the IRAAL annual conference in the National University of Ireland, Galway on 30 November 2019, covers machine translation, student language learning, and language maintenance. There is a focus on the Languages Connect Strategy with two papers and one project report. There are also reviews of four books. The editors are Stephen Lucek, Colin Flynn and Úna Bhreathnach.

    Seoladh Imleabhar 26 ag comhdháil bhliantúil IRAAL in Ollscoil na hÉireann, Gaillimh, ar 30 Samhain 2019. Cuimsíonn sé na topaicí seo: an ríomhaistriúchán, foghlaim teanga na mac léinn, agus cothú teanga. Dírítear ar Straitéis Déanann Teangacha Nasc, le dhá pháipéar agus tuairisc tionscadail amháin. Déantar léirmheas ar cheithre leabhar, freisin, dhá cheann acu i nGaeilge. Is iad Stephen Lucek, Colin Flynn agus Úna Bhreathnach na heagarthóirí.

    This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) licence. ISSN: 2565-6325.

  • Front cover of TEANGA 23 TEANGA 23
    Vol 23 (2005)

    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, and made available online in 2019. ISSN: 0332 205X

    Editor: Jeffrey L. Kallen, Trinity College Dublin

    Guest Editor: Arnd Witte, National University of Ireland, Maynooth

  • TEANGA 22 cover TEANGA 22 (2003-4)
    Vol 22 (2004)

    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. Editor: Jeffrey L Kallen.

    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.

  • TEANGA 21 cover TEANGA 21 (2002)
    Vol 21 (2004)

    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.

    This Volume contains papers written in 2002, arising from the first international Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies (IVACS) conference in the University of Limerick. 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. ISSN: 0332 205X

    Editor: Jeffrey L. Kallen, Trinity College Dublin

    Guest Editors: Fiona Farr, University of Limerick;  Anne O'Keefe, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick.