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This document consists of the two issues published during 1997 of the newsletter of the Japan Association for Language Teaching's national special interest group (N-SIG) on foreign language literacy. The major articles in these two issues are: "How To Develop Reading-To-Do Skills in Engineering Education" (Esko Johnson); "Key Concepts in Literacy: Phonics vs. Whole Language" (Charles Jannuzi); "Success with Writing" (Paul Lewis); "Links to Literacy: Sites on the World Wide Web"; "Guessing Word Meaning from Context: Should We Encourage It?" (David Dycus); "Key Concepts in FL Literacy: Schema Theory" (Charles Jannuzi); "Japanese and English Rhetorical Strategies: A Contrastive Analysis" (Bern Mulvey) (in Japanese, with English abstract); and "Booksellers on the WWW" (Charles Jannuzi). Book and article reviews are also included in each number. (MSE)

Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Computer Literacy, Context Clues, Educational Strategies, Engineering Education, Literacy Education, Phonics, Reading Instruction, Second Language Learning, Whole Language Approach, World Wide Web, Writing Instruction











Author: Literacy Across Cultures, v1 n1-2 Jun-Sep 1997

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