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Besides the ESLA courses, second-language teaching at SLALS comprises noncredit intensive courses in ESL for students who do not yet qualify for ESLA and other credit-bearing courses in several more additional languages (currently including American Sign Language, German, Inuktitut, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Russian, and Spanish).
It is worth noting that several language teachers and respondents are concurrently students, including students in CTESL and MA Applied Language Studies programs at SLALS, as well as doctoral students at other universities.
Another group of SLALS teachers offering communication courses in disciplines and professions (principally at present to students of engineering) was not included in the investigation as these courses are not designed as second-language teaching.
This recurring motif signals a strong desire to have a legitimate voice not only in SLALS, but in the wider context of applied language studies.