Corpora are well-established as a resource for language research; they are now also increasingly being used for reaching purposes. This book is the first of its kind to deal explicitly and in a wide-ranging way with the use of corpora in teaching. It contains an extensive collection of articles by corpus linguists and practising teachers, covering not only the use of data to inform and create teaching materials but also the direct exploitation of corpora by students, both in the study of linguistics in general and in the acquisition of proficiency in individual languages, including English, Welsh, German, French and Italian. In addition, the book offers practical information on the sources of corpora and concordances, including those suitable for work on non-roman scripts such as Greek and Cyrillic. Teaching and Language Corpora is suitable for language teachers in higher secondary and tertiary education and applied linguistics specialists who have an interest in learner-centred approaches.