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Curriculum Design in English Language Teaching
Ilka Kostka and Lucy Bunning

Ilka Kostka Ilka Kostka is an assistant teaching professor in the American Classroom and Global Pathways Programs at Northeastern University, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate ESL courses and contributes to curriculum development. She is the co-editor of SLW News and a member of the Editorial Review Board of TESOL Journal.




Lucy Bunning Lucy Bunning is an assistant teaching professor in the American Classroom and Global Pathways Programs at Northeastern University. She teaches ESL and service-learning courses, contributes to curriculum development, and conducts classroom-based research. She has also taught ESOL in community, private, and university-based programs in the US, Kenya, and Rwanda.



Thomas S.C. FarrellSeries Editor:
Thomas S.C. Farrell is Professor of Applied Linguistics at Brock University, Canada. Professor Farrell’s professional interests include Reflective Practice, and Language Teacher Education & Development. He has published widely and has presented at conferences worldwide on these topics. A selection of his work can be found on his webpage: Reflective Inquiry.

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Second Language Acquisition Applied to English Language
Michael Lessard-Clouston

Michael Lessard-Clouston Michael Lessard-Clouston (Ph.D., OISE/University of Toronto) is a Professor of Applied Linguistics and TESOL at Biola University in La Mirada, California. He has taught in Canada, China, Indonesia, and Japan, and is author of Teaching Vocabulary (TESOL, 2013) and articles in The CATESOL Journal, The Linguistics Journal, and TESL Reporter.



Series Editor: Thomas S.C. FarrellThomas S.C. Farrell is Professor of Applied Linguistics at Brock University, Canada. Professor Farrell’s professional interests include Reflective Practice, and Language Teacher Education & Development. He has published widely and has presented at conferences worldwide on these topics. A selection of his work can be found on his webpage: Reflective Inquiry.

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Second Language Acquisition Applied to English Language
Michael Lessard-Clouston

Michael Lessard-Clouston Michael Lessard-Clouston (Ph.D., OISE/University of Toronto) is a Professor of Applied Linguistics and TESOL at Biola University in La Mirada, California. He has taught in Canada, China, Indonesia, and Japan, and is author of Teaching Vocabulary (TESOL, 2013) and articles in The CATESOL Journal, The Linguistics Journal, and TESL Reporter.



Series Editor: Thomas S.C. FarrellThomas S.C. Farrell is Professor of Applied Linguistics at Brock University, Canada. Professor Farrell’s professional interests include Reflective Practice, and Language Teacher Education & Development. He has published widely and has presented at conferences worldwide on these topics. A selection of his work can be found on his webpage: Reflective Inquiry.

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Curriculum Design in English Language Teaching
Ilka Kostka and Lucy Bunning

Ilka Kostka Ilka Kostka is an assistant teaching professor in the American Classroom and Global Pathways Programs at Northeastern University, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate ESL courses and contributes to curriculum development. She is the co-editor of SLW News and a member of the Editorial Review Board of TESOL Journal.




Lucy Bunning Lucy Bunning is an assistant teaching professor in the American Classroom and Global Pathways Programs at Northeastern University. She teaches ESL and service-learning courses, contributes to curriculum development, and conducts classroom-based research. She has also taught ESOL in community, private, and university-based programs in the US, Kenya, and Rwanda.



Thomas S.C. FarrellSeries Editor:
Thomas S.C. Farrell is Professor of Applied Linguistics at Brock University, Canada. Professor Farrell’s professional interests include Reflective Practice, and Language Teacher Education & Development. He has published widely and has presented at conferences worldwide on these topics. A selection of his work can be found on his webpage: Reflective Inquiry.

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Sociolinguistics and Language Teaching
Thomas S. C. Farrell

Thomas S.C. FarrellThomas S.C. Farrell is Professor of Applied Linguistics at Brock University, Canada. Professor Farrell’s professional interests include Reflective Practice, and Language Teacher Education & Development. He has published widely and has presented at conferences worldwide on these topics. A selection of his work can be found on his webpage: Reflective Inquiry.

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