Perspectives on Individual Characteristics and Foreign Language Education
This series presents books and edited books on critical and essential theoretical issues as well as well-grounded empirical research which shape and inform second and foreign language education. It provides a platform for the dissemination and discussion of new, innovative and progressive curricular and teaching practice. The titles in this series focus primarily on key areas of inquiry and development in second and foreign language teaching and learning such as theories of language acquisition/education and their applications, instructional methodologies, innovative approaches to language teaching and learning, curriculum development and syllabus design, teacher education and professional development, language planning and standards development, autonomous learning environments, language program evaluation and the teaching/learning of less commonly taught languages. This series will be of interest to second and foreign language researchers and educators, teacher educators and student teachers, curriculum and materials developers, language policy planners, and language program administrators and evaluators.