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Input, interaction, and corrective feedback in L2 learning / Alison Mackey.

By: Mackey, Alison.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: P118.2 .M335 2012Series: Oxford applied linguistics: Publication: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012Description: viii, 174 p. : ill.ISBN: 0194422461; 9780194422468.Subject(s): Second language acquisition | Interaction analysis in education | Conversation analysis
Contents:
Part one: Theoretical foundations and methodological approaches -- Introduction to the roles of input, interaction, and feedback in L2 learning -- Methodological in interaction research -- Part two: Contextual and instructional factors and applications in interaction-driven L2 learning -- Classrooms, laboratories, and interlocutors -- Tasks and the provision of learning opportunities -- Part three: Cognitive and learner differences influencing the interaction-learning relationships -- Learner characteristics: age and interaction-driven L2 learning -- Cognitive processes: the role of working memory in interaction-driven learning -- Part four: Understanding and extending interaction research -- Negotiation, corrective feedback, and recasts in SLA -- Driving interaction research forward.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part one: Theoretical foundations and methodological approaches -- Introduction to the roles of input, interaction, and feedback in L2 learning -- Methodological in interaction research -- Part two: Contextual and instructional factors and applications in interaction-driven L2 learning -- Classrooms, laboratories, and interlocutors -- Tasks and the provision of learning opportunities -- Part three: Cognitive and learner differences influencing the interaction-learning relationships -- Learner characteristics: age and interaction-driven L2 learning -- Cognitive processes: the role of working memory in interaction-driven learning -- Part four: Understanding and extending interaction research -- Negotiation, corrective feedback, and recasts in SLA -- Driving interaction research forward.

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