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June 26, 2013

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Call from journal on children’s literature in ELT

CLELE JournalThe call for papers for Volume 1, Issue 2 (November 2013) of the new CLELEjournal has been extended to July 1st 2013. This is a themed issue: Intercultural approaches to English language education through children’s literature. For further information about contributing please see http://clelejournal.org/call-for-papers/

Launched in May, CLELEjournal is a bi-annual, comprehensively peer-reviewed, on-line journal. The acronym (which rhymes with FREELY) stands for Children’s Literature in English Language Education and the publication is for scholars, teacher educators and practitioners involved in using and researching children’s literature in the field of English learning as a second, additional or foreign language. The journal investigates children’s literature as an art form, and as a framework with which to connect L2 literature teaching across the school years. The scope covers the affordances of children’s literature for L2 acquisition with pre-school infants through to young adults. CLELEjournal Volume 1, Issue 1, is now available online.

This first issue contains five papers sharing perspectives from Poland, Germany, Lebanon, India and Portugal, CLELEjournal offering perceptive and innovative ideas, suggestions and shared experience with students from primary through to secondary education. The texts referred to include picturebooks, nonsense literature and an alternate history written for young adults.

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