THE electronic journal for language practitioners in Scotland
Follow the link below for previous issues of the SLR
The Scottish Languages Review aims to:
- provide language teachers, students, and researchers in Scotland with a strong voice in relation to all aspects of language teaching and learning.
- promote discussion amongst language practitioners across all education sectors about mutual areas of interest or concern.
- encourage greater debate between language learning theory and practice.
- Contributions should be sent electronically in Word format, double-spaced in Times New Roman font, to the editor.
- Articles can be between 2,000 and 4,000 words in length.
- Please include an abstract of no more than 200 words and up to five key words.
- Bibliographies should follow the Harvard style of referencing.
- Deadlines: We aim to publish 1-2 issues per year so are happy to accept contributions at any time. If you want your paper to be considered for the next edition, please contact the editor Paul Hare.
- Paul Hare (Principal Editor, SCILT)
- Lynne Jones (SCILT)
- Francis Valdera-Gil (University of Glasgow)
- Gillian Campbell-Thow (LANGS/SALT)
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