Individual Learner Differences in SLA

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Janusz Arabski
Multilingual Matters, Sep 2, 2011 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 344 pages
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Individual Learner Differences in SLA addresses the apparently insoluble conflict between the unquestionably individual character of the process of second language acquisition / foreign language learning and the institutionalised, often inflexible character of formal instruction in which it takes place. How, then, is success in SLA so prevalent?

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Part 2 Supporting Learner Autonomy
Part 3 Learners Abilities in Strategy Application
Part 4 Experienced Learners
Part 5 Individual Character of Phonological Attainment
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Janusz Arabski and Adam Wojtaszek both work at the University of Silesia, Poland. Their research interests include psycholinguistics, language acquisition and linguistic pragmatics. They are the editors of Neurolinguistic and Psycholinguistic Perspectives on SLA, recently published by Multilingual Matters. The editors and the contributing authors are active members of many scientific committees and organizations devoted to the investigation of language acquisition processes, and they regularly participate in many conferences and publish extensively. The author list comprises experienced scholars as well as young and promising researchers.

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