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AMEP Research Centre

Volume 18 Number 1, 2003

Editorial
1. Two different approaches to teaching same essay writing content
2. Minority students ‘mainstreamed’ into incidental language learning
3. Implementation process of student-centred task-oriented approach to ELT in Hong Kong
4. Assessment task design based on competency-based curriculum
5. Egyptian project to develop EFL teacher standards
6. Integrated content and language instruction in English in Germany

Collaborative research in academic writing classes
MARILYN LEWIS and MARTIN WHITE

The effects of ESL-trained content-area teachers: Reducing middle school students to incidental language learners
JULIET LANGMAN

Innovation in English language teaching in Hong Kong primary schools: One step forward, two steps sideways?
BOB ADAMSON and CHRIS DAVISON

Responding to change in immigrant English language assessment
HELEN SLATYER

Process and product in educational innovation: Implementing standards in Egypt
ANNE M KATZ and MARGUERITE ANN SNOW

New prospects or imminent danger? – The impact of English medium instruction on education in Germany
FRIEDERIKE KLIPPEL

Book review (see Editorial )
The dynamics of the language classroom

Notes on contributors (see Editorial )