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Title Input matters in SLA / edited by Thorsten Piske and Martha Young-Scholten
Published Bristol, UK ; Buffalo, NY : Multilingual Matters, [2009]
©2009
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 312 pages) : illustrations
Series Second language acquisition ; 35
Second language acquisition (Clevedon, England) ; 35
Contents Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Matters of Input -- 1. Input Frequency and the Acquisition of the Progressive / Andreas Rohde -- 2. Processing Matters in Input Enhancement / Bill VanPatten -- 3. Input and Second Language Development from a Dynamic Perspective / Kees de Bot / Marjolijn Verspoor / Wander Lowie -- 4. Comprehension Hypothesis Extended / Stephen Krashen -- 5. Second Language Learning of Grammar: Output Matters Too / Nel de Jong -- 6. Learner Attitudes Towards Comprehension-Based Language Learning / John Stephenson -- 7. Hidden Paradox of Foreign Language Instruction Or: Which are the Real Foreign Language Learning Processes? / Werner Bleyhl -- pt. 2 Input Matters in Phonology -- 8. Input as a Critical Means to an End: Quantity and Quality of Experience in L2 Phonological Attainment / Alene Moyer -- 9. Give Input a Chance! / James E. Flege -- 10. Orthographic Input and Second Language Phonology / Benedetta Bassetti -- 11. Second Language Speech Learning with Diverse Inputs / Rikke Louise Bundgaard-Nielsen / Ocke-Schwen Bohn -- 12. Phonetic Input in Second Language Acquisition: Contrastive Analysis of Native and Non-native Sounds / Anja K. Steinlen -- 13. Developing Non-native Pronunciation in Immersion Settings / Henning Wode
Summary "This volume bridges the knowledge gap between second language acquisition researchers and second language pedagogy professionals in its focus on a topic of mutual interest: input. The reader-friendly contributions from seasoned researchers including Stephen Krashen, Bill VanPatten and new voices offer a wide range of existing and new perspectives on the matter of input. A rare feature of this book is that it includes extensive coverage by experts including James Flege and Alene Moyer of the acquisition of the sound system of a second language, where input seems to matter most. Those who are just making their acquaintance with second language acquisition research or updating their knowledge will find the editors' introductory chapter on past and current issues in the field particularly useful."--Jacket
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-302) and indexes
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Subject Psycholinguistics.
Second language acquisition.
Form Electronic book
Author Piske, Thorsten.
Young-Scholten, Martha.
LC no. 2008026642
ISBN 1847691110 (electronic bk.)
9781847691118 (electronic bk.)
(Paper)
(Cloth)
(paperback; alk. paper)
(hbk. ; alk. paper)
Other Titles Input matters in second language acquisition