Second Language Learning Theories / Edition 2by Florence Myles, Rosamund Mitchell
Pub. Date: 08/26/2004
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
An introductory survey of theoretical perspectives on second language learning. It offers a concise overview of the different theories of SLL and each chapter outlines theoretical perspectives with an element of evaluation to the area explored.
Table of Contents1. Second language learning: key concepts and issues 2. The recent history of second language learning research 3. Linguistics and language learning: the Universal Grammar approach 4. Cognitive approaches to second language learning (1): general, implicit learning mechanisms 5. Cognitive approaches (2): the role of memory systems and conscious learning 6. Interaction in second language learning 7. Meaning-based perspectives on second language learning 8. Sociocultural perspectives on second language learning 9. Sociolinguistic perspectives 10. Conclusion
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