The Classroom and the Language Learner: Ethnography and Second Language Classroom Research
The Applied Linguistics and Language Study series aims to identify and illustrate key issues in the practice and theory of language and language teaching, by drawing on current research in linguistics, pragmatics and psychology. It is directed at language teachers and students who want a clear definition of the scope of applied linguistics and language study. It aims to keep up with recent trends in the subject and is a continuing record of current research around the world.
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The secondlanguage classroom in context
The aims of secondlanguage classroom research
The methods of classroom research
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acquisition action activity allocation analysis approach appropriate aspects basic called central Chapter classroom research clear coding cognitive communication complex concern conducted context contributions conversation course described detailed discourse discussion distinction ethnographic evaluation example EXTRACT focus further give identify important indicate initiative interaction interest interpretation involved issue kinds L2 classroom language lead learners learning lesson linguistic listening look means methods nature observation occur orientation participants particular patterns perhaps planned possible practice problems procedures produce questions reasons recording refer regarded relevant repair requires responses result role rules second-language selection sense sequences social speaker specific structure suggest taking talk tasks teacher teaching tests theory things topic transcription turn understanding units utterances