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English academic texts on language education and pedagogy refer to texts that reflect features that pertain to educational discourse of language teaching and learning and to its functions in the system of academic and educational communications (Tuzlukova, Stashkova & Pushkina, 2006). These texts serve to construct a common platform for sharing knowledge and ideas in the global socio-cultural continuum. They also allow for presenting individual/local practice and experience of the pedagogical exploration of the world, educational communication, existing academic and language education discourse thus contributing to scientific value and social significance of the local educational communities. Indeed, English academic texts on language education and pedagogy reflect a complex and multifaceted system of the "common" language (Belchik, 1987) that is used globally in the field; nevertheless, their structural, stylistic and lexical constituents have individual/local features (Flottum, 2007). This paper discusses some structural, stylistic and lexical characteristics of the academic texts on language education. The discussion is supported by the examples from the corpus of academic texts on English language education and pedagogy in Oman that reveal both individual/local and internationally recognized common features of these characteristics.

Keywords

Academic Texts, Language Education, Pedagogy, Oman.
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