ERIC Number: ED319266
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1986
Reference Count: N/A
Cross Currents, A Journal of Language Teaching and Cross-Cultural Communication, Volumes 13-16, 1986-1989 (8 Issues).
Cross Currents: A Journal of Language Teaching and Cross-Cultural Communication, v13-16 1986-1989
"Cross Currents" is a biannual journal (first published in 1972) contributing to the interdisciplinary exchange of ideas within the areas of communication, language skills acquisition and instruction, and cross-cultural training and learning. It is especially receptive to articles on: (1) language teaching and learning, especially regarding English as a Second/Foreign Language and English as an International Language; (2) Language teaching and learning as they apply to the situation in Japan; and (3) Cross-cultural communication issues. "Cross Currents" strives to publish articles concerned with teaching methodologies, techniques, and issues that are multicultural rather than culture-specific. An effort is made to balance abstract and theoretical articles with articles directly applicable to the classroom. Short practical articles are featured in a "Bright Ideas" section. (WTB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Language Inst. of Japan, Odawara.
Identifiers - Location: Japan