ELT Department, Faculty of Education, Gaziantep University,
Gaziantep, Şehitkamil, Turkey
Elt. Department, Education Faculty, Duzce University,
Jafar Asgari Arani
English Language Department, Faculty of Medicine, Kashan University of Medical Sciences,
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This Special issue aims to bring together the contemporary research on Writing in foreign/second language learning.
This special issue focuses on written language in an attempt to spot light on the points where written language/writing unites forms/aspects of language and where they dissociate from each other. For this purpose, writing from a linguistic perspective, methodological concerns, and text variety (text types) will be regarded within the primary scope of this special issue of the journal.
Studies focusing on literary, linguistic or methodological concerns about writing will be accepted for peerreview. Some of the topics (although not limited to) that will be within the coverage of this special issue can be listed as follows:
WRITING IN LANGUAGE TEACHING METHODOLOGY: 1. Writing 2. Writing Instruction 3. Writing in curriculum 4. Writing strategies 5. Progress in writing research literature 6. Developing writing as a skill 7. Writing among other language skills 8. Writing in language learning textbooks 9. Interdisciplinary writing research 10. Information technology in writing skill development 11. Writing Centers 12. Evaluation of writing 13. Developing writing skills 14. Writing Genres, Style & Types