Editor’s introduction

  • Ahmar Mahboob University of Sydney
Keywords: SLATE, English-language proficiency, feedback, language support, genre-based approaches

References

Mahboob, A., Dreyfus, S., Humphrey, S. and Martin, J. (2010) Appliable Linguistics and English Language Teaching: The Scaffolding Literacy in Adult and Tertiary Environments (SLATE) project. In A. Mahboob and N. Knight (eds) Appliable Linguistics: Texts, Contexts, and Meanings. London: Continuum.

Mahboob, A. Humphrey, S., Webster, J., Wong, E., Wong, C. and Chan, A. (2010) Genre pedagogy meets e-learning: An introduction to the Language Companion Course. In L. Lan and D. Qian (eds) English Language Education in Asian Universities: Classroom Practices and Research Issues. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Press.

Mahboob, A. and Knight, N. (2010) Appliable Linguistics: Texts, Contexts, and Meanings. London: Continuum.

Martin, J. R. and Rose, D. (2008) Genre Relations: Mapping Culture. London: Equinox.

Rose, D. and Martin, J. R. (2012) Learning to Write, Reading to Learn: Scaffolding Democracy in Literacy Classrooms. London: Equinox Textbooks and Surveys in Linguistics.

Rothery, J. (1994). Exploring Literacy in School English(Write it Right Resources for Literacy and Learning). Sydney: Metropolitan East Disadvantaged Schools Program.
Published
2013-03-22
How to Cite
Mahboob, A. (2013). Editor’s introduction. Linguistics and the Human Sciences, 7(1-3), 1-3. https://doi.org/10.1558/lhs.v7i1-3.1
Section
Editorial