ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics 168:1
[ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 168:1] 2017. iii, 139 pp.
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Table of Contents
Editors' prefacepp. 1–2
Acknowledgement of reviewers for ITL volume 167p. 3
The development of statistical literacy in applied linguistics graduate studentsTalip Gonulal, Shawn Loewen, and Luke Plonsky | pp. 4–32
The updated Vocabulary Levels Test: Developing and validating two new forms of the VLTStuart Webb, Yosuke Sasao, and Oliver Ballance | pp. 33–69
Advanced and intermediate EFL learners’ perceptions and practices of autonomous learningSakineh Jafari, Saeed Ketabi, and Mansoor Tavakoli | pp. 70–90
Comprehensive corrective feedback on low and high proficiency writers: Examining attitudes and preferencesMarisela Bonilla López, Elke Van Steendam, and Kris Buyse | pp. 91–128
Waltz, T. T.. 2015. TPRS with Chinese characteristics: Making students fluent and literate through comprehensible inputReviewed by Kuo Zhang | pp. 129–133
Making and Using Word Lists for Language Learning and TestingReviewed by Paul Pauwels | pp. 134–139
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