A Cognitive Approach to Language Learning

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OUP Oxford, Feb 5, 1998 - Foreign Language Study - 332 pages
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This book has two major themes: firstly, it discusses psycholinguistic and cognitive aspects of language learning, and secondly, it looks at the contrast between universalist accounts of language learning and accounts which focus on individual differences between learners. Interwoven throughout is a focus on practical applications of these themes in task-based learning and language testing. Winner MLA Kenneth W Mildenberger Prize

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Learning style
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Learners learning and pedagogy
259
Conclusions
283
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About the author (1998)

Peter Skehan is a Lecturer in Education, Institute of Education at University of London.

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