Introducing second language acquisition / Muriel Saville-Troike and Karen Barto.  (Text) (Text)

Saville-Troike, Muriel, 1936-
Barto, Karen, 1976-
Call no.: P118.2 .S285 2020Series: Cambridge introductions to language and linguistics: Publication: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2020Edition: 3rd edDescription: x, 232 pages : illNotes: Reprint. Originally published: 3th ed., 2017.ISBN: 9781316603925; 131660392XSubject(s): Second language acquisitionLOC classification: P118.2 | .S285 2020
Contents:Introducing second language acquisition -- Foundations of second language acquisition -- The linguistics of second language acquisition -- The psychology of second language acquisition -- Social contexts of second language acquisition -- Acquiring knowledge for L2 use -- L2 learning and teaching.
Summary: "Providing a solid foundation in second language acquisition, this book has become the leading introduction to the subject for students of linguistics, psychology and education, and trainee language teachers. Now in its third edition, the textbook offers comprehensive coverage of fundamental concepts, including second language acquisition (SLA) in adults and children, in formal and informal learning contexts, and in diverse socio-cultural settings, and takes an interdisciplinary approach, encouraging students to consider SLA from linguistic, psychological and social perspectives. Each chapter contains a list of key terms, a summary, and a range of graded exercises suitable for self-testing and class discussion. The third edition has been revised throughout, and features new material on the practical aspects of teaching language, along with updated online resources, including new classroom activities to accompany each chapter, as well as updated references and further reading suggestions"--
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Reprint. Originally published: 3th ed., 2017.

Includes bibliographical references (219-229) and indexes.

Introducing second language acquisition -- Foundations of second language acquisition -- The linguistics of second language acquisition -- The psychology of second language acquisition -- Social contexts of second language acquisition -- Acquiring knowledge for L2 use -- L2 learning and teaching.

"Providing a solid foundation in second language acquisition, this book has become the leading introduction to the subject for students of linguistics, psychology and education, and trainee language teachers. Now in its third edition, the textbook offers comprehensive coverage of fundamental concepts, including second language acquisition (SLA) in adults and children, in formal and informal learning contexts, and in diverse socio-cultural settings, and takes an interdisciplinary approach, encouraging students to consider SLA from linguistic, psychological and social perspectives. Each chapter contains a list of key terms, a summary, and a range of graded exercises suitable for self-testing and class discussion. The third edition has been revised throughout, and features new material on the practical aspects of teaching language, along with updated online resources, including new classroom activities to accompany each chapter, as well as updated references and further reading suggestions"--

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