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The WATESOL NNEST Caucus Annual Review is a professional, peer-reviewed journal that welcomes submission of previously unpublished articles on topics of relevances to the Nonnative English Speaking Teacher (NNEST) research or research on the acceptance and instruction of World Englishes. 

Because the Review is com submitted to publishing manuscripts that bridge the gap between theory and practice, the Review encourages submissions drawing on recent research in a variety of research disciplines (e.g.,  education, linguistics, applied linguistics, cultural studies, and language acquisition) and addressing the implications and applications of this research to NNEST studies or advocacy. 

Submissions made be made to the editor at bbradytesolpe@gmail.com. Submission guidelines are currently being formalized

TABLE OF CONTENTS - Volume 1 (2010)

Volume Editor: Brock Brady

I: Setting the Context
Introduction 
     Brock Brady                                                                                                                                                                                     4

Nns English Teachers And Accents 
    George Braine                                                                                                                                                                                 15

 

II: NNEST Self Perception Studies

Non-native English-speaking Teachers' Experiences and Their Pedagogy in the ESL Classroom 
     Jessica Lee                                                                                                                                                                                     22

Teaching Pragmatics As A Native Speaker And A Nonnative Speaker 
    Kumiko Akikawa                                                                                                                                                                              43

Teaching As A Native (Chinese) Speaker And A Nonnative (English) Speaker: Different Identities, Similar Needs 
    Huijin Yan                                                                                                                                                                                        70


III: Setting the Context

"She Immediately Understood What I Was Trying To Say": Student Perceptions Of Nnests As Writing Tutors  
     Sunyoung Park & Sarah J. Shin                                                                                                                                               100

Students’ Appraisal Of Their Native And Non-Native English Speaking Teachers 
     Caroline Lipovsky & Ahmar Mahboob                                                                                                                                     119

 

IV. Advocacy Studies

All Teachers Are Equal, But Some Teachers Are More Equal Than Others: Trend Analysis Of Job  Advertisements In English Language Teaching 
     Ali Fuad Selvi                                                                                                                                                                               156


 
IV. Author Biographies                                                                                                                                                                  
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     Brady, Braine, Lee, Akikawa, Yan, Park, Shin, Lipovsky, Mahboob, and Selvi.

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