Individual Differences in Second Language Learning
Routledge, 4 Απρ 2014 - 176 σελίδες
Understanding the way in which learners differ from one another is of fundamental concern to those involved in second-language acquisition, either as researchers or teachers. This account is the first to review at book length the important research into differences, considering matters such as aptitude, motivation, learner strategies, personality and interaction between learner characteristics and types of instruction.
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1 Theoretical foundations
2 Methodological considerations
3 Language aptitude
5 Language learning strategies
6 Additional cognitive and affective influences on language learning
Άλλες εκδόσεις - Προβολή όλων
analytic capacity anxiety approach aptitude research aptitude tests aspects attribution theory basis Białystok capacity Carroll causal Chapter Chesterfield classroom participation cluster analysis cognitive cognitive style communicative competence components concerned construct contrast correlations discussion effects English examine example extroversion factor analysis foreign language French Gardner greater guage hypothesis ID research iearning important individual differences influence instruction integrative orientation intelligence interaction investigators involved language achievement language aptitude language learning strategies language learning success learner strategies learner types learning situations linguistic material measures memory metacognitive strategies MLAT Monitor motivation multiple correlation Naiman O’Malley Oller one’s phonemic coding ability prediction processes proficiency relationship relevant reported research design risk-taking Rubin scale scores second language second language acquisition significant Skehan social strategies strategy research structure sub-tests suggests target language teacher techniques theory tion tive trait underlying variables Wong-Fillmore