Applied Linguistics for the Language Classroom Series

by Andy Curtis (series editor)


Applied Linguistics for the Language Classroom is a series of books for pre-service and in-service teachers of English as a second or foreign language. It is designed to bridge the gap between theoretical applied linguistics and real classroom experience, linking together the research and the practice of language teaching.

Andy CurtisSeries Editor:
Professor Andy Curtis
Anaheim University, USA



International Advisory Board:

Professor Kathleen M. Bailey, Middlebury Institute of International Studies, USA
Professor David Nunan, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong



Published and Upcoming Titles:

  • Research Methods for Language Teaching – Netta Avineri
  • Technology for the Language Classroom – Leonardo Mercado
  • Phonetics, Phonology and Pronunciation for the Language Classroom – Charles Hall and Christopher Hastings
  • Assessment in the Language Classroom – Liying Cheng and Janna Fox
  • Methods and Methodologies for Language Teaching – Andy Curtis