Sociocultural theory and second language learning / edited by James P. Lantolf.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2000. Description: 296 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 0194421600Subject(s): Second language acquisition -- Social aspects | Second language acquisition -- Cross-cultural studiesDDC classification: 418.007 LOC classification: P118.2 | .S62 2000Online resources: WorldCat details
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
TOC Introducing sociocultural theory / James P. Lantolf --
Sociocultural contributions to understanding the foreign and second language classroom / Richard Donato --
Rethinking interaction in SLA : developmentally appropriate assistance in the zone of proximal development and the acquisition of L2 grammar / Amy Snyder Ohta --
Subjects speak out : how learners position themselves in a psycholinguistic task / Regina Roebuck --
The output hypothesis and beyond : mediating acquisition through collaborative dialogue / Merrill Swain --
Playfulness as mediation in communicative language teaching in a Vietnamese classroom / Patricia N. Sullivan --
Social discursive constructions of self in L2 learning / Claire Kramsch --
Second language learning as participation and the (re)construction of selves / Aneta Pavlenko and James P. Lantolf --
Side affects : the strategic development of professional satisfaction / Deryn P. Verity --
The appropriation of gestures of the abstract by L2 learners / Steven G. McCafferty and Mohammed K. Ahmed --
Second language acquisition theory and the truth(s) about relativity / Steven L. Thorne --
From input to affordance : social-interactive learning from an ecological perspective / Leo van Lier.
Representing a major statement of the research being conducted on the learning of second languages from a sociocultural perspective, this book - with a theoretical, and a separate empirical part - covers topics that include learning and teaching languages in the zone of proximal development, and L1 mediation in the acquisition of L2 grammar.