The Study of Second Language Acquisition
Oxford University Press, 1994 - Social Science - 824 pages
The first section of this book outlines a general framework for the study of second language acquisition. Subsequent sections provide a description of learner language, account for the role of the linguistic environment, examine the learner's internal mechanisms, explore individual differencesin language learning, and review the expanding research on classroom second language acquisition. First Prize English Speaking Union's Duke of Edinburgh Book Competition
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It comprehensively deals with SLA acquisition, leaving no single area unexplored.. Regards, many thanks, deep appreciation and respect for such a great academically beneficial effort.
Fatima El-Imam, MA (SUDAN)
This book has really been effective for me and my fellow classmates. As we have been enrolled in MA in ELT, it helps us form a detailed picture on English language and gather a clear reference to different complex but essential ideas. It has been a good experience.
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