A collection of works concerning classroom research methodology, learner strategies and variables, teacher speech, teacher and learner feedback, and second language classroom communication has been compiled. It includes: "What Is Classroom Oriented Research?" (Herbert W. Seliger and Michael H. Long); "Inside the 'Black Box': Methodological Issues in Classroom Research on Language Learning" (Michael H. Long); "Risk-Taking and the Language Learner" (Leslie M. Beebe); "Competitiveness and Anxiety in Adult Second Language Learning: Looking "at" and "through" the Diary Studies" (Kathleen M. Bailey); "Inferencing: Testing the 'Hypothesis-Testing' Hypothesis" (Ellen Bialystok); "Foreigner Talk in the Classroom--An Aid to Learning?" (Craig Chaudron); "Foreigner Talk in Content Classrooms" (Linda A. Schinke-Llano); "Teacher-Student Interaction in Bilingual Classrooms: Four Approaches to Error Feedback" (Nancy Johnson Nystrom); "Learner Feedback: An Exploratory Study of Its Role in the Second Language Classroom" (Stephen J. Gaies); "Exploring Relationships between Developmental and Instructional Sequences in L2 Acquisition" (Patsy M. Lightbown); "Learner Interaction in the Classroom and Its Effects on Language Acquisition (Herbert W. Seliger); "Classroom Foreigner Talk Discourse: Forms and Functions of Teachers' Questions" (Michael H. Long, Charlene J. Sato); and "Assessing Global Second Language Proficiency" (Diane Larsen-Freeman).
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Descripción Newbury House Publishers, 1983. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110883772671