Vocabulary Studies in First and Second Language Acquisition: The Interface Between Theory and Application by Brian RichardsVocabulary Studies in First and Second Language Acquisition: The Interface Between Theory and Application by Brian Richards

Vocabulary Studies in First and Second Language Acquisition: The Interface Between Theory and…

byBrian Richards

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International scholars and researchers present cutting edge contributions on the significance of vocabulary in current thinking on first and second language acquisition in the school and at home. By pursuing common themes across first and second language and bilingual contexts, the editors offer a collection that tackles the most important issues.
THOMAI ALEXIOU Lecturer in the Department of Primary Education, University of the Aegean, Greece HUILI CHEN is currently working as a Content Development Manager at Elsevier ANNABELLE DAVID Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Newcastle University, UK DAVID DICKINSON Professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning, Vanderbilt University,...
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Title:Vocabulary Studies in First and Second Language Acquisition: The Interface Between Theory and…Format:HardcoverDimensions:248 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.75 inPublished:June 10, 2009Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors Preface; P.Meara Lexical Features of Parental Academic Language Input: the Effect on Vocabulary Growth in Monolingual Dutch Children; L.Henrichs & R.Schoonen Vocabulary, Reading and Classroom Supports for Language; D.Dickinson, T.Flushman & J.Freiberg Exploring Vocabulary with Young L1 Learners: the Contribution of a Corpus; A.Sealey Vocabulary, Education and Diversity; V.Edwards Language Dominance and Lexical Diversity: How Bilinguals and L2 Learners Differ in their Knowledge and Use of French Lexical and Functional Items; J.Treffers-Daller Lexical Diversity and Native-Like Selection: the Bonus of Studying Abroad; P.Foster Lexical Performance by Native and Non-Native Speakers on Language-Learning Tasks; P.Skehan Can Differential Processing of L2 Vocabulary Inform the Debate on Teacher Codeswitching Behaviour? The Case of Chinese Learners of English; E.Macaro, Tao Guo, H.Chen & L.Tian Lexical Development in Instructed L2 Learners of French: Is there a Relationship with Morphosyntactic Development?; A.David, F.Myles, V.Rogers & S.Rule A New Method of Measuring Rare Word Diversity: the Example Of L2 Learners of French; D.Malvern & B.Richards Vocabulary Knowledge and Academic Success: a Study of Chinese Students in UK Higher Education; H.M.Daller & H.Xue Vocabulary Size and the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages; J.Milton & T.Alexiou References Index