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The Study of second language acquisition / Rod Ellis.

By: Ellis, Rod.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Oxford applied linguistics.Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, c1994Description: vii, 824 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0194371891 Paper back; 9780194371896.Subject(s): English language | AcquisitionDDC classification: 401.93 Online resources: WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Introduction -- Part One: Background -- Second language acquisition research: an overview -- Part Two: The description of learner language -- Learner errors and error analysis -- Developmental patterns: order and sequence in second language acquisition -- Variability in learner language -- Pragmatic aspects of learner language -- Part Three: Explaining second language acquisition: external factors -- Social factors and second language acquisition -- Input and interaction and second language acquisition -- Part Four: Explaining second language acquisition: internal factors -- Language transfer -- Cognitive accounts of second language acquisition -- Linguistic universals and second language acquisition -- Part Five: Explaining individual differences in second language acquisition -- Individual learner differences -- Learning strategies -- Part Six: Classroom second language acquisition -- Classroom interaction and second language acquisition -- Formal instruction and second language acquisition -- Part Seven: Conclusion -- Data, theory, and applications in second language accquisition research.
Summary: An up to date comprehensive introduction to second language acquisition research. Contains a general framework for the study of second language acquisition, provides a general description of learner language, accounts for the role of the linguistic environment, examines the learner's internal mechanisms, explores individual differences in language learning and reviews the expanding research on classroom second Read more...
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Ellis, Rod.
Study of second language acquisition.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994
(OCoLC)619008774

Includes Bibliographical References and Index.

Table of contents Introduction --
Part One: Background --
Second language acquisition research: an overview --
Part Two: The description of learner language --
Learner errors and error analysis --
Developmental patterns: order and sequence in second language acquisition --
Variability in learner language --
Pragmatic aspects of learner language --
Part Three: Explaining second language acquisition: external factors --
Social factors and second language acquisition --
Input and interaction and second language acquisition --
Part Four: Explaining second language acquisition: internal factors --
Language transfer --
Cognitive accounts of second language acquisition --
Linguistic universals and second language acquisition --
Part Five: Explaining individual differences in second language acquisition --
Individual learner differences --
Learning strategies --
Part Six: Classroom second language acquisition --
Classroom interaction and second language acquisition --
Formal instruction and second language acquisition --
Part Seven: Conclusion --
Data, theory, and applications in second language accquisition research.

An up to date comprehensive introduction to second language acquisition research. Contains a general framework for the study of second language acquisition, provides a general description of learner language, accounts for the role of the linguistic environment, examines the learner's internal mechanisms, explores individual differences in language learning and reviews the expanding research on classroom second Read more...

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