Conceptualising 'Learning' In Applied Linguistics

Hardcover | October 15, 2010

EditorPaul Seedhouse, Steve Walsh, Chris Jenks

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An exciting new collection by world-leading researchers in L2 learning addressing: Why do conceptions of 'learning' vary so much in L2 learning research? Is there a conceptualisation of 'learning' to which members of different schools of SLA can subscribe?

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An exciting new collection by world-leading researchers in L2 learning addressing: Why do conceptions of 'learning' vary so much in L2 learning research? Is there a conceptualisation of 'learning' to which members of different schools of SLA can subscribe?

PAUL SEEDHOUSE is Professor of Educational and Applied Linguistics in the School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences, Newcastle University, UK. His monograph The Interactional Architecture of the Language Classroom won the 2005 Modern Languages Association of America Mildenberger Prize. He currently has a second grant fr...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.71 × 5.71 × 0.84 inPublished:October 15, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023023254X

ISBN - 13:9780230232549

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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
List of Tables
Notes on the Editors and Contributors
Transcription Conventions
Introduction; S.Walsh&C.Jenks
Prolegomena to Second Language Learning; V.Cook
Theoretical Pluralism in SLA: Is there a Way Forward?; R.Ellis
Having and Doing: Learning from a Complexity Theory Perspective; D.Larsen-Freeman
A Cognitive View of Language Acquisition: Processability Theory and Beyond; M.Pienemann
Vocabulary Learning in a Second Language: Familiar Answers to New Questions; P.Nation& I.Elgort
Conceptual Changes and Methodological Challenges: On Language and Learning From a Conversation Analytic Perspective on SLA; S.P.Doehler
Learning a Second Language through Classroom Interaction; P.Seedhouse&S.Walsh
Adaption in Online Voice-Based Chat Rooms: Implications for Language Learning in Applied Linguistics; C.Jenks
Limitations of Social Interaction in Second Language Acquisition: Learners' Inaudible Voices and Mediation in the Zone of Proximal Development; A.S.Ohta
English as an Additional Language: Learning and Participation in Mainstream Classrooms; C.Leung
Participation and Instructed Language Learning; J.Appel
Building a Comprehensive Second Language Acquisition Theory; F.Myles
A Framework for Conceptualising Learning in Applied Linguistics; P.Seedhouse
Bibiliography
Index