According to its website, the L2 Journal is an open-access, fully refereed, interdisciplinary journal which aims to promote the research and the practice of language learning and teaching. It publishes articles in English on all aspects of applied linguistics broadly conceived, i.e., second language acquisition, second language pedagogy, bilingualism and multilingualism, language and technology, curriculum development and teacher training, testing, and evaluation.
The first issue of 2019 has recently been released. By way of further introduction, three articles from the issue are being shared here:
- Competing Identities, Shifting Investments, and L2 Speaking During Study Abroad (Tracy Quan)
- Carving out a Dialogic Space for “I”: A Corpus-Based Study of Novice L2 College Writers’ Use of First-Person Pronouns in Argumentative Essays (Zhaozhe Wang)
- Training Foreign Language Learners to be Peer Responders: A Multiliteracies Approach (Kristen M. Turpin)
Click here to learn more about the L2 Journal, including its call for proposals.