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Foreign language learning and use : interaction in informal social networks / Naomi Kurata.

By: Kurata, Naomi.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, NY : Continuum International Pub. Group, 2011Description: 195 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780826424303 (hardcover); 0826424309.Subject(s): Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Technological innovations | Language and languages -- Computer assisted instruction | Intercultural communication -- Study and teaching -- Data processing | Web-based instruction | Educational technologyDDC classification: 428.00785 Online resources: WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents 1. Social dimensions of language use and learning; 2. Learner's bilingual social networks; 3. Changes in L1/L2 use; 4. Language selection and its negotiation; 5. Opportunities for L2 learning; 6. Access to L2 social interaction: implications for language teaching and learning; Bibliography; Index.
Summary: Summary: A study that examines longitudinal case studies of interaction between language learners and speakers of a target language within their informal social networks.
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Table of contents 1. Social dimensions of language use and learning; 2. Learner's bilingual social networks; 3. Changes in L1/L2 use; 4. Language selection and its negotiation; 5. Opportunities for L2 learning; 6. Access to L2 social interaction: implications for language teaching and learning; Bibliography; Index.

Summary:
A study that examines longitudinal case studies of interaction between language learners and speakers of a target language within their informal social networks.

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