Multiple perspectives on the self in SLA, Editors: Sarah Mercer and Marion Williams, Publisher: Multilingual Matters, 2014, ISBN: 978-1-78309-134-8, Pages: 188.

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Mirosław Pawlak

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Pawlak, M. (2015). Multiple perspectives on the self in SLA, Editors: Sarah Mercer and Marion Williams, Publisher: Multilingual Matters, 2014, ISBN: 978-1-78309-134-8, Pages: 188. Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching, 5(1), 179-186. https://doi.org/10.14746/ssllt.2015.5.1.10
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Mirosław Pawlak, Department of English Studies, Faculty of Pedagogy and Fine Arts, Adam Mickiewicz University, Nowy Świat 28-30, 62-800 Kalisz

pawlakmi@amu.edu.pl
Mirosław Pawlak is Professor of English in the English Department at the Faculty of Pedagogy and Fine Arts of Adam Mickiewicz University, Kalisz, Poland. His mainmareas of interest are SLA theory and research, form-focused instruction, classroom discourse, learner autonomy, communication and learning strategies, individual learner differences and pronunciation teaching. His recent publications include Error Correction in the Foreign Language Classroom. Reconsidering the Issues (2012, Adam Mickiewicz University Press) and several edited collections on learner autonomy, language policies of the Council of Europe, form-focused instruction, speaking in a foreign language and individual learner differences

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