Language Teaching Research and Language Pedagogy
This book examines current research centered on the second language classroom and the implications of this research for both the teaching and learning of foreign languages. It offers illuminating insights into the important relationship between research and teaching, and the inherent complexities of the teaching and learning of foreign languages in classroom settings.
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Developments in Language Teaching Research
16 Printer Name Yet to Come Trim 171mm 246mm
Methods for Researching the Second Language Classroom
Comparative Method Studies
Second Language Classroom Discourse
Focus on the Teacher
Focus on the Learner
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16:45 Printer Name activities Allwright analysis approach Audiolingual behaviour beliefs Chapter classroom discourse classroom learners classroom research cognitive communicative communicative language teaching comparative method studies comprehension-based context conversational analysis corrective feedback CR tasks Ellis English errors evidence examined example explicit instruction explicit knowledge focus on form focus-on-form Form-Focused Instruction grammar translation grammatical identified implicit individual learner input input-based interaction investigated the effects involved IRF exchange JWST125-Ellis April L2 acquisition L2 classroom L2 learning language aptitude language learning Language Teaching Research lessons linguistic feature measures metalanguage metalinguistic motivation negotiation of meaning number of studies oral participation pedagogical performance post-test problem processes production proficiency questions recasts relationship reported response Rod Ellis role scaffolding second language acquisition Second Language Classroom sociocultural theory specific strategies talk target feature target language target structure task-based teacher-talk teachers Trim type of instruction uptake variables verb