The Study of Second Language Acquisition, Second Edition

Leading practitioners in the field of SLA explain their sociocognitive perspectives on language learning.

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ISBN:

9780194422574

Publication date:

11/05/2011

Paperback

1170 pages

234.0x156.0mm

Price: 2250.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780194422574

Publication date:

11/05/2011

Paperback

1170 pages

234.0x156.0mm

Part of Oxford Applied Linguistics

Rod Ellis

Rights:  OUP UK (Indian Territory)

Part of Oxford Applied Linguistics

Rod Ellis

Description

A comprehensive and coherent account of the research and theory in the field of second language acquisition, including chapters on instructed SLA. This book is an encyclopedic survey of second language acquisition research as this has developed over the last forty years. It provides sections on the description of learners' language, the role of the linguistic environment and social context, internal mechanisms, individual learner differences, and the role of instruction. It provides a balanced account by representing a variety of perspectives, including cognitive, linguistic, sociocultural, and neurolinguistic.

Part of Oxford Applied Linguistics

Rod Ellis

Features

  • Written by leading second language acquisition theorists
  • Explains the importance of sociocognition in relation to current second language acquisition (SLA) theories
  • Describes the effectiveness of different forms of classroom feedback
  • Covers the interpersonal aspects of language learning, and interaction in a variety of classroom and naturalistic settings
  • Recommended reading for applied linguistics graduates, SLA researchers, language teachers and trainee teachers

Description

A comprehensive and coherent account of the research and theory in the field of second language acquisition, including chapters on instructed SLA. This book is an encyclopedic survey of second language acquisition research as this has developed over the last forty years. It provides sections on the description of learners' language, the role of the linguistic environment and social context, internal mechanisms, individual learner differences, and the role of instruction. It provides a balanced account by representing a variety of perspectives, including cognitive, linguistic, sociocultural, and neurolinguistic.

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