Issue 13.2 of the LLHE is now online. CercleS members may access the journal via the website.

Please see this news post for information about how to do so.

The journal contains the following articles:

Carmen Argondizzo and Gillian Mansfield
Introduction: the variety of realities of language learning and teaching in Higher Education throughout the world. A step forward to keep on sharing ideas


Research Articles

Samuel Nfor
Model United Nations: a thematic analysis of Japanese EFL students’ reflections on intercultural communicative competence

Emily Morgan
Japanese tertiary students’ perceptions of group work with explicit scaffolding

Zeynep Mine Derince
A critical literacy class: beyond English learning and teaching in Higher Education

Duy Van Vu
Predictors of English Medium Instruction academic success in Vietnamese Higher Education

Yavuz Kurt and Yasemin Bayyurt
University English-Medium Instruction in Türkiye – what instructors say

Anna Barnau
Testing English for Medical Purposes: the effects of traditional and distance education on learning outcomes

Hümeyra Can
Using corpora in teaching vocabulary to advanced EFL learners in a Higher Education context

Vicent Beltrán-Palanques
Digital multimodal PechaKucha presentations in ESP: insights from students’ learning experiences

Anila R. Scott-Monkhouse
From face-to-face tuition to online classes: ‘Re-styling’ a course of English for academic purposes

Barbora Chovancová, Štěpánka Bilová and Alena Hradilová
Turning the tables on online exam cheating via language mediation tasks

José María Santos Rovira
Attitudes to Spanish language variation. A study on Portuguese students of Spanish as a Foreign Language

Joaquim Guerra
“Mur de paroles” – ou tentative de promotion de l’expression orale en langue française


Activity Reports

Kateřina Sedláčková
« Being plurilingual is a gift we make to ourselves. » : amener les étudiants à valoriser
et développer leurs compétences plurilingues et pluriculturelles

Nathalie Kirchmeyer and Kristina Knauff
International collaborative tasks in language courses for engineers integrated in a multidimensional teaching format

Catherine Jeanneau and Christian Ollivier
Training citizens as users of languages and digital technology. Real-world tasks to tame the digital wilds