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Mystkowska-WiertelakA. (2021). Ali H. Al-Hoorie and Peter D. MacIntyre (Eds.) (2020), Contemporary Language Motivation Theory. 60 Years since Gardner and Lambert (1959) (Bristol: Multilingual Matters)—by Anna Mystkowska-Wiertelak. Theory and Practice of Second Language Acquisition, 7(1), 149-153. Retrieved from

Anna Mystkowska-Wiertelak 
University of Wrocław  Poland

Anna Mystkowska-Wiertelak is an assistant professor at the Institute of English Studies of Wrocław University, Poland. Her main interests include, apart from teacher education, second language acquisition theory and research, language learning strategies, learner autonomy, form-focused instruction, willingness to communicate, motivation, and learner engagement. She authored and co-authored a number of publications in, among others, System, Language Teaching Research, Language Learning Journal, Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching and Research in Language. She is also a co-author (with Mirosław Pawlak) of the books Production-oriented and Comprehension-based Grammar Teaching in the Foreign Language Classroom (Springer, 2012) and Willingness to Communicate in Instructed Second Language Acquisition (Multilingual Matters, 2017).

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