Canadian Modern Language Review

Edited by Murray Munro & Danièle Moore

Published Quarterly | E-ISSN 1710-1131 | ISSN 0008-4506 Paru en Quarterly | E-ISSN 1710-1131 | ISSN 0008-4506 Version Française English Version

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More than 70 years of support to researchers, language educators and policy makers!

The Canadian Modern Language Review publishes peer-reviewed articles on second language learning and teaching. It is a bilingual (French and English) journal of international repute, serving researchers and language teaching professionals interested in the learning and teaching of English and French as second languages (Canada's two official languages), as well as the range of modern, indigenous, heritage, and community languages taught and learned across Canada. Contributors to the quarterly issues include authors from Canada and around the world.

CMLR publishes 4 issues a year, offering its readership peer-reviewed research articles that inspire debate and question contemporary approaches in all areas of second language teaching and acquisition, including:

  • FSL and ESL studies
  • Bilingual education
  • L2 teacher education
  • L2 research methodology
  • International and indigenous languages
  • Cultural contexts of L2 learning
  • L2 pedagogy
  • L2 assessment
  • Multiple literacies
  • Language policy
  • Language learning

CMLR sits 59th out of 409 journals included, which makes it the only Canadian journal in this category in the top quartile. (Data Source: Scopus)

The content of the pages of this website is for your general information and use only and is not intended as bibliometric information for use in assessment processes of individual candidates, be it for positions, promotions, research grant awards, etc.

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La Revue canadienne des langues vivantes

Sous la direction de Murray Munro & Danièle Moore

Published Quarterly | E-ISSN 1710-1131 | ISSN 0008-4506 Paru en Quarterly | E-ISSN 1710-1131 | ISSN 0008-4506 Version Française English Version

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Bientôt 70 ans de soutien à la recherche, à l’enseignement et aux politiques linguistiques!

La Revue canadienne des langues vivantes (RCLV) est un périodique avec comité de lecture qui publie des articles sur l’apprentissage et l’enseignement des langues secondes (L2). Revue bilingue (français et anglais) jouissant d’une reconnaissance internationale, elle s’adresse aux chercheurs et aux professionnels de l’enseignement des langues qui s’intéressent à l’apprentissage et à l’enseignement de l’anglais et du français (les deux langues officielles du Canada) comme langues secondes, ainsi qu’à la vaste gamme de langues modernes, autochtones, ancestrales et ethniques qui sont enseignées et étudiées au Canada. Des contributeurs tant canadiens qu’étrangers signent les différents articles de ce périodique trimestriel.

La RCLV publie quatre numéros par année. Approuvés par un comité formé de pairs, les articles de fond qu’elle offre à son lectorat nourrissent les débats en examinant les approches qui ont cours actuellement dans tous les domaines de l’enseignement et de l’acquisition d’une langue seconde, y compris:

  • le FLS et l’ALS,
  • l’éducation bilingue,
  • la formation des enseignants de L2,
  • la méthodologie de la recherche en L2,
  • les langues internationales et autochtones,
  • les contextes culturels de l’apprentissage d’une L2,
  • la pédagogie de la L2,
  • l’évaluation de la L2,
  • les littératies multiples,
  • les politiques linguistiques,
  • l’apprentissage linguistique.

La RCLV arrive au 59e rang des 409 revues répertoriées, ce qui en fait le seul périodique canadien de sa catégorie à figurer dans le premier quartile. (source: Scopus)

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The Canadian Modern Language Review publishes peer-reviewed articles on second language learning and teaching. It is a bilingual (French and English) journal of international repute, serving researchers and language teaching professionals interested in the learning and teaching of English and French as second languages (Canada's two official languages), as well as the range of modern, indigenous, heritage, and community languages taught and learned across Canada. Contributors to the quarterly issues include authors from Canada and around the world.

CMLR publishes 4 issues a year, offering its readership peer-reviewed research articles that inspire debate and question contemporary approaches in all areas of second language teaching and acquisition.

Canadian Modern Language Review

Edited by Murray Munro & Danièle Moore

Published Quarterly | E-ISSN 1710-1131 | ISSN 0008-4506 Paru en Quarterly | E-ISSN 1710-1131 | ISSN 0008-4506 Version Française English Version

This Journal is online at:

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More than 70 years of support to researchers, language educators and policy makers!

The Canadian Modern Language Review publishes peer-reviewed articles on second language learning and teaching. It is a bilingual (French and English) journal of international repute, serving researchers and language teaching professionals interested in the learning and teaching of English and French as second languages (Canada's two official languages), as well as the range of modern, indigenous, heritage, and community languages taught and learned across Canada. Contributors to the quarterly issues include authors from Canada and around the world.

CMLR publishes 4 issues a year, offering its readership peer-reviewed research articles that inspire debate and question contemporary approaches in all areas of second language teaching and acquisition, including:

  • FSL and ESL studies
  • Bilingual education
  • L2 teacher education
  • L2 research methodology
  • International and indigenous languages
  • Cultural contexts of L2 learning
  • L2 pedagogy
  • L2 assessment
  • Multiple literacies
  • Language policy
  • Language learning

CMLR sits 59th out of 409 journals included, which makes it the only Canadian journal in this category in the top quartile. (Data Source: Scopus)

The content of the pages of this website is for your general information and use only and is not intended as bibliometric information for use in assessment processes of individual candidates, be it for positions, promotions, research grant awards, etc.

Continue Reading Read Less

Bientôt 70 ans de soutien à la recherche, à l’enseignement et aux politiques linguistiques!

La Revue canadienne des langues vivantes (RCLV) est un périodique avec comité de lecture qui publie des articles sur l’apprentissage et l’enseignement des langues secondes (L2). Revue bilingue (français et anglais) jouissant d’une reconnaissance internationale, elle s’adresse aux chercheurs et aux professionnels de l’enseignement des langues qui s’intéressent à l’apprentissage et à l’enseignement de l’anglais et du français (les deux langues officielles du Canada) comme langues secondes, ainsi qu’à la vaste gamme de langues modernes, autochtones, ancestrales et ethniques qui sont enseignées et étudiées au Canada. Des contributeurs tant canadiens qu’étrangers signent les différents articles de ce périodique trimestriel.

La RCLV publie quatre numéros par année. Approuvés par un comité formé de pairs, les articles de fond qu’elle offre à son lectorat nourrissent les débats en examinant les approches qui ont cours actuellement dans tous les domaines de l’enseignement et de l’acquisition d’une langue seconde, y compris:

  • le FLS et l’ALS,
  • l’éducation bilingue,
  • la formation des enseignants de L2,
  • la méthodologie de la recherche en L2,
  • les langues internationales et autochtones,
  • les contextes culturels de l’apprentissage d’une L2,
  • la pédagogie de la L2,
  • l’évaluation de la L2,
  • les littératies multiples,
  • les politiques linguistiques,
  • l’apprentissage linguistique.

La RCLV arrive au 59e rang des 409 revues répertoriées, ce qui en fait le seul périodique canadien de sa catégorie à figurer dans le premier quartile. (source: Scopus)

Le contenu de ce site Web est informatif et général; les renseignements qu’il fournit ne sauraient servir d’information bibliométrique pour l’évaluation de candidats, que ce soit pour un poste, une promotion, l’obtention d’une subvention de recherche ou toute autre raison.

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  • Editorial board

    Editors / Rédacteurs en chef

    Murray Munro, a Professor of Linguistics at Simon Fraser University, is an experienced ESL instructor, teacher trainer and second language researcher. After doctoral studies at the University of Alberta, he worked as a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow with James Flege at the University of Alabama in Birmingham before moving to Vancouver. His research program spans a diverse range of issues in applied phonetics, including vowel and consonant acquisition, prosody, the effects of age on phonetic learning, and the acoustic-phonetic aspects of foreign-accented speech. He and his colleague Tracey Derwing of the University of Alberta have enjoyed a long SSHRC-supported research collaboration. They have published extensively on L2 pronunciation instruction, speech intelligibility and the longitudinal development of oral language skills in adult immigrants. In 2007 with Ocke-Schwen Bohn (Aarhus University), he co-edited Language Experience in Second Language Speech Learning (John Benjamins, Amsterdam). More recently, he organized the 4th Annual Conference on Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching (2012), and served with John Levis (Iowa State University) as co-editor of the phonetics and phonology section of the (2013) Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics (Wiley, Hoboken NJ).

    Danièle Moore is a Professor at the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. She has published extensively on issues related to language acquisition, literacy development, bilingualism, curriculum development and teacher training in multicultural contexts. Her most recent research include investigations of intergenerational teaching and learning strategies within a First Nations Heritage Language Revitalization Program, literacy development among trilingual children, and social inclusion of vulnerable children and their families within the Canadian school system and outside. She is the author of Plurilinguismes et école, published in 2006 (Paris, Éditions Didier, Collection LAL), and she co-authored several Reference Studies for the Council of Europe, notably Plurilingual and Pluricultural Competence (with Daniel Coste and Geneviève Zarate, 1997 et 2009) and Valoriser, mobiliser et développer les répertoires plurilingues et pluriculturels pour une meilleure intégration scolaire (with Véronique Castellotti, 2010). She is the French editor of the on-line journal Child Health and Education/Santé et Éducation de l’Enfance (www.childhealthandeduction.com), and acted as Co-President for the Scientific Committee of the journal Recherches et applications – le Français dans le Monde (http://fipf.org/publications/recherches-applications).

    Editorial Address

    The Editors, CMLR
    University of Toronto Press – Journals Division
    5201 Dufferin Street
    Toronto, ON M3H 5T8
    cmlr@utpress.utoronto.ca

    For all editorial correspondence, contact

    Martin Llewellyn
    Editorial Coordinator / Coordonnateur d'éditorial
    University of Toronto Press
    5201 Dufferin Street
    Toronto, ON M3H 5T8 Canada
    Tel: (416) 667-7777 ext. 7762
    Fax: (416) 667-7881
    mllewellyn@utpress.utoronto.ca

    Associate Editors / Rédacteurs adjoints

    Donna Patrick
    Carleton University, ON

    Jérémie Séror
    University of Ottawa, ON

    Board of Directors / Conseil d'administration

    Chair / Président

    Walcir Cardoso
    Concordia University, QC

    Vice-chair / Vice-président

    David Wood
    Carleton University, ON

    Secretary-Treasurer / Secrétaire-Trésorière

    Donna Patrick
    Carleton University, ON

    Mela Sarkar
    McGill University, QC

    Advisory Committee / Comité de consultation

    Francoise Armand
    Université de Montréal, QC

    Richard Clément
    Université d’Ottawa, ONON

    Alister Cumming
    OISE / University of Toronto, ON

    Diane Dagenais
    Simon Fraser University, BC

    Tracey Derwing
    University of Alberta, AB and Simon Fraser University

    Jean-Marc Dewaele
    Birkbeck College, University of London, UK

    Zoltán Dörnyei
    University of Nottingham, UK

    Patricia Duff
    University of British Columbia, BC

    Laurent Gajo
    Université de Genève, Suisse

    Robert Gardner
    Western University, ON

    Marlise Horst
    Concordia University, QC

    Sharon Lapkin
    OISE / University of Toronto, ON

    Diane Larsen-Freeman
    University of Michigan, MI

    Batia Laufer
    University of Haifa, Israel

    Patsy Lightbown
    Concordia University, QC

    Enric Llurda
    Universitat de Lleida, Spain

    Roy Lyster
    McGill University, QC

    Steve Marshall
    Simon Fraser University, BC

    Mary McGroarty
    Northern Arizona University, AZ

    Bonny Norton
    University of British Columbia, BC

    Lourdes Ortega
    University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, HI

    Alastair Pennycook
    University of Technology Sydney, Australia

    Leila Ranta
    University of Alberta

    Norman Segalowitz
    Concordia University, QC

    Daphnée Simard
    Université du Québec à Montréal, QC

    Nina Spada
    OISE / University of Toronto, ON

    Merrill Swain
    OISE / University of Toronto, ON

    Joanna White
    Concordia University, QC

    Geneviève Zarate
    Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, Paris

  • Open Access Policy

    In response to the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy on Publications, the Canadian Modern Language Review has developed a plan to ensure our authors are able to comply with the policy. There are two open access options allowed by the Tri-Agency, green and gold:

    Green Open Access
    Twelve (12) months after publication of the version of record (i.e., the article after copyediting, tagging, typesetting, etc.), the author may deposit a copy of the accepted article in their institutional repository with a DOI or direct link to the version of record. Please let us know when the deposit is made so that we can update our records.

    Gold Open Access
    At publication, the final version of record will become freely available on our primary platform, utpjournals.press. The Author Publication Charge is $3,000.

  • Abstracting and indexing

    CMLR is abstracted / indexed in the following publications:

    Academic Search Alumni Edition

    Academic Search Complete

    Academic Search Elite

    Academic Search Premier

    Book Review Digest Plus

    Canadian Almanac & Directory

    CBCA Education

    Canadian Periodical Index

    Canadian Reference Centre

    China Education Publications Import & Export Corporation (CEPIEC)

    Communication & Mass Media Complete

    Communication & Mass Media Index

    Communication Source

    CrossRef

    CSA Sociological Abstracts

    Cultures, Langues, Textes : La revue de sommaires

    Education Abstracts

    Education Full Text

    Education Research Complete

    Education Source

    EJS EBSCO Electronic Journals Service

    Google Scholar

    International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS)

    Language Teaching

    Microsoft Academic Search

    MLA International Bibliography

    OmniFile Full Text Mega

    Project MUSE

    ScienceDirect Navigator

    Scopus

    Social Sciences Citation Index

    Ulrich's Periodicals Directory

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  • Acknowledgements

    The Canadian Modern Language Review gratefully acknowledges the financial support of Canadian Heritage | Patrimoine canadiene and the Language Acquisition Development program.


    The Canadian Modern Language Review also acknowledges funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.


  • Author resources

    All Canadian Modern Language Review submissions, reviews, and editorial work is done through our online peer review management system, ScholarOne Manuscripts. At this time, we would ask that you please contribute content to the journal through ScholarOne Manuscripts.

    If you are a new contributor to the journal, please visit https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/cmlr and select “register here” to create a new account. You will be asked to fill in a brief contributor form. Be sure to click the “finish” button to save your data. You will then be able to log in, using the username and password you created, and view the contributor homepage, which is the starting point for all functions available to you as a contributor.

    If you are a returning contributor to the journal, please visit https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/cmlr and follow the prompts to log in.

    If you previously held an account on PRESTO, you will need to reset your password before logging in for the first time on ScholarOne. To do so, please visit https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/cmlr and enter your e-mail address in the “Password help” box and press “go” only once. You will receive an e-mail with a link to reset your password. Once the password has been reset, you will be able to log in and view the contributor homepage, which is the starting point for all functions available to you as a contributor.

    For technical support, please visit http://mchelp.manuscriptcentral.com/gethelpnow/ or contact ts.mcsupport@thomson.com.

    For assistance with your electronic submission to the journal, please contact Martin Llewellyn, Editorial Coordinator at mllewellyn@utpress.utoronto.ca

    Authors might want to consider uploading their data collection materials to the IRIS database. IRIS is an online repository for data collection materials used for second language research. This includes data elicitation instruments such as interview and observation schedules, language tests, pictures, questionnaires, software scripts, url links, word lists, teaching intervention activities, amongst many other types of materials used to elicit data. Please see http://www.iris-database.org for more information and to upload.

  • Permission information

    Permissions Inquiries
    University of Toronto Press
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    Toronto, ON M3H 5T8 Canada
    Tel: (416) 667–7777 ext. 7762
    Fax: (416) 667–7881
    Email: journal.permissions@utpress.utoronto.ca
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    Editors / Rédacteurs en chef

    Murray Munro, a Professor of Linguistics at Simon Fraser University, is an experienced ESL instructor, teacher trainer and second language researcher. After doctoral studies at the University of Alberta, he worked as a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow with James Flege at the University of Alabama in Birmingham before moving to Vancouver. His research program spans a diverse range of issues in applied phonetics, including vowel and consonant acquisition, prosody, the effects of age on phonetic learning, and the acoustic-phonetic aspects of foreign-accented speech. He and his colleague Tracey Derwing of the University of Alberta have enjoyed a long SSHRC-supported research collaboration. They have published extensively on L2 pronunciation instruction, speech intelligibility and the longitudinal development of oral language skills in adult immigrants. In 2007 with Ocke-Schwen Bohn (Aarhus University), he co-edited Language Experience in Second Language Speech Learning (John Benjamins, Amsterdam). More recently, he organized the 4th Annual Conference on Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching (2012), and served with John Levis (Iowa State University) as co-editor of the phonetics and phonology section of the (2013) Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics (Wiley, Hoboken NJ).

    Danièle Moore is a Professor at the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. She has published extensively on issues related to language acquisition, literacy development, bilingualism, curriculum development and teacher training in multicultural contexts. Her most recent research include investigations of intergenerational teaching and learning strategies within a First Nations Heritage Language Revitalization Program, literacy development among trilingual children, and social inclusion of vulnerable children and their families within the Canadian school system and outside. She is the author of Plurilinguismes et école, published in 2006 (Paris, Éditions Didier, Collection LAL), and she co-authored several Reference Studies for the Council of Europe, notably Plurilingual and Pluricultural Competence (with Daniel Coste and Geneviève Zarate, 1997 et 2009) and Valoriser, mobiliser et développer les répertoires plurilingues et pluriculturels pour une meilleure intégration scolaire (with Véronique Castellotti, 2010). She is the French editor of the on-line journal Child Health and Education/Santé et Éducation de l’Enfance (www.childhealthandeduction.com), and acted as Co-President for the Scientific Committee of the journal Recherches et applications – le Français dans le Monde (http://fipf.org/publications/recherches-applications).

    Editorial Address

    The Editors, CMLR
    University of Toronto Press – Journals Division
    5201 Dufferin Street
    Toronto, ON M3H 5T8
    cmlr@utpress.utoronto.ca

    For all editorial correspondence, contact

    Martin Llewellyn
    Editorial Coordinator / Coordonnateur d'éditorial
    University of Toronto Press
    5201 Dufferin Street
    Toronto, ON M3H 5T8 Canada
    Tel: (416) 667-7777 ext. 7762
    Fax: (416) 667-7881
    mllewellyn@utpress.utoronto.ca

    Associate Editors / Rédacteurs adjoints

    Donna Patrick
    Carleton University, ON

    Jérémie Séror
    University of Ottawa, ON

    Board of Directors / Conseil d'administration

    Chair / Président

    Walcir Cardoso
    Concordia University, QC

    Vice-chair / Vice-président

    David Wood
    Carleton University, ON

    Secretary-Treasurer / Secrétaire-Trésorière

    Donna Patrick
    Carleton University, ON

    Mela Sarkar
    McGill University, QC

    Advisory Committee / Comité de consultation

    Francoise Armand
    Université de Montréal, QC

    Richard Clément
    Université d’Ottawa, ONON

    Alister Cumming
    OISE / University of Toronto, ON

    Diane Dagenais
    Simon Fraser University, BC

    Tracey Derwing
    University of Alberta, AB and Simon Fraser University

    Jean-Marc Dewaele
    Birkbeck College, University of London, UK

    Zoltán Dörnyei
    University of Nottingham, UK

    Patricia Duff
    University of British Columbia, BC

    Laurent Gajo
    Université de Genève, Suisse

    Robert Gardner
    Western University, ON

    Marlise Horst
    Concordia University, QC

    Sharon Lapkin
    OISE / University of Toronto, ON

    Diane Larsen-Freeman
    University of Michigan, MI

    Batia Laufer
    University of Haifa, Israel

    Patsy Lightbown
    Concordia University, QC

    Enric Llurda
    Universitat de Lleida, Spain

    Roy Lyster
    McGill University, QC

    Steve Marshall
    Simon Fraser University, BC

    Mary McGroarty
    Northern Arizona University, AZ

    Bonny Norton
    University of British Columbia, BC

    Lourdes Ortega
    University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, HI

    Alastair Pennycook
    University of Technology Sydney, Australia

    Leila Ranta
    University of Alberta

    Norman Segalowitz
    Concordia University, QC

    Daphnée Simard
    Université du Québec à Montréal, QC

    Nina Spada
    OISE / University of Toronto, ON

    Merrill Swain
    OISE / University of Toronto, ON

    Joanna White
    Concordia University, QC

    Geneviève Zarate
    Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, Paris

  • Politique sur le libre accès

    En réponse à l’adoption de la Politique des trois organismes sur le libre accès aux publications, La Revue canadienne des langues vivantes a mis au point un plan pour permettre à ses auteurs de s’y conformer. Deux options de libre accès sont permises par les organismes :

    Voie verte
    Douze (12) mois suivant la publication de la version finale (c.-à-d. révisée, mise en page, etc.), l’auteur peut déposer une copie de l’article acceptée dans le registre de son établissement avec un lien direct ou un identificateur d’objets numériques (DOI). Prière de nous informer du dépôt afin que nous puissions mettre à jour nos dossiers.

    Voie dorée
    Lors de la publication, la version finale devient accessible gratuitement depuis notre plateforme principale, utpjournals.press. Les frais de publication sont de 3 000 $.

  • Abstractingandindexing_Fr

    La RCLV est indexée, et ses articles parfois résumés, dans:

    Academic Search Alumni Edition

    Academic Search Complete

    Academic Search Elite

    Academic Search Premier

    Book Review Digest Plus

    Canadian Almanac & Directory

    CBCA Education

    Canadian Periodical Index

    Canadian Reference Centre

    China Education Publications Import & Export Corporation (CEPIEC)

    Communication & Mass Media Complete

    Communication & Mass Media Index

    Communication Source

    CrossRef

    CSA Sociological Abstracts

    Cultures, Langues, Textes : La revue de sommaires

    Education Abstracts

    Education Full Text

    Education Research Complete

    Education Source

    EJS EBSCO Electronic Journals Service

    Google Scholar

    International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS)

    Language Teaching

    Microsoft Academic Search

    MLA International Bibliography

    OmniFile Full Text Mega

    Project MUSE

    ScienceDirect Navigator

    Scopus

    Social Sciences Citation Index

    Ulrich's Periodicals Directory

  • Advertising_Fr

    Publicité:
    Advertising Inquiries
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    Toronto, Ontario Canada M3H 5T8
    Téléphone: (416) 667-7766
    Télécopieur: (416) 667-7881
    Courriel: advertising@utpress.utoronto.ca

  • Acknowledgements_Fr

    Nous reconnaissons l'appui financier du gouvernement du Canada par l'entremise du ministère du Patrimoine canadien

    Cette recherche a été financée par le Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines.

  • Authorresources_Fr

    Nous vous prierions de bien vouloir passer par notre système ScholarOne Manuscripts pour soumettre votre contenu à la Revue Canadienne des langues vivantes.

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