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Essential topics in applied linguistics and multilingualism : studies in honor of David Singleton

Author: Mirosław Pawlak; Larissa Aronin; D M Singleton
Publisher: Cham : Springer, [2013?] ©2014
Series: Second language learning and teaching
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This book brings together papers dealing with essential issues in applied linguistics and multilingualism that have been contributed by leading figures in these two fields and present state-of-the-art developments in theory and research. The first part includes articles touching on various aspects of multiple-language acquisition, with a particular emphasis on the role of affordances, the interfaces between language  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mirosław Pawlak; Larissa Aronin; D M Singleton
ISBN: 9783319014142 3319014145
OCLC Number: 859668773
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 305 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: Can you Learn to Love Grammar and so Make it Grow? On the Role of Affect in L2 Development --
It s All in the Eyes: How Language Dominance, Salience, and Context Affect Eye Movements During Idiomatic Language Processing. The Critical Period Hypothesis for Second Language Acquisition: Tailoring the Coat of Many Colors --
The Association Between Aptitude Component and Language Skills in Young Learners --
Cross-Linguistic Influence in L2 Writing: The Role of Short-Term Memory --
Another Look at Temporal Variation in Language Learning Motivation: Results of a Study --
Testing Linguistic Awareness Among Learners of Hungarian --
Dyslexia in the European EFL Teacher Training Context --
The Concept of Affordances in Applied Linguistics and Multilingualism --
On Multilingual Awareness or Why the Multilingual Learner is a Specific Language Learner --
Face to Face with One s Thoughts: On Thinking Multilingually --
Crosslinguistic Influence in Instructed L3 Child Phonological Acquisition --
Crosslinguistic Influence and Bilingual Children s Weaker Language --
Learners Reflections on Their Narratives on L2 and L3 Learning --
Exploring the Impact of the Proficiency and Typology Factors: Two Cases of Multilingual Learners L3 Learning --
Standard Punctuation and the Punctuation of the Street --
The Homunculus in the Multilingual Brain.
Series Title: Second language learning and teaching
Responsibility: Mirosław Pawlak, Larissa Aronin, editors.
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