The Foreign Language Classroom
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The Foreign Language Classroom : Bridging Theory and Practice

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First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 300 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9mm
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 113897448X
  • 9781138974487

Review quote

"The articles appearing in this collection offer a fresh conceptualization of the classroom as a dynamic environment in which to conduct L2 research."-French Reviewshow more

Table of contents

Contents *"Making the Transition from Language to Literature," Jean Marie Schultz *"The 'Think-Aloud' Procedure as a Diagnostic and Learning Tool for Second-Language Learners," Janis H. Black *"Cognitive Aspects of Personality and Listening Comprehension," Mary Call *"Task Variation and Repair in the Foreign Language Classroom," Celeste Kinginger *"ApplyingDiscourse Analysis to Students' Videotaped Performances: A Recent Methodology, a New Beginning," Elli Doukanari *"Stimulating the Right Brain in the Second-Language Classroom," Theresa A. Waldspurger *"Responding to Foreign Language Student Writing: Expanding Our Options, " Margaret Ann Kassen *"La production écrite en langue seconde par le recueil de textes, " Michel Gagnon *"Arabic as a Foreign Language: Bringing Diglossia into theClassroom," Ahmed Fakhri *"Acquisition of Pragmatic Rules: The Gap Between What the Language Textbooks Present and how Learners Perform, " Miyuki Takenoya *"The Linguistic Effect of Foreign Language Learning on the Development of Mother Tongue Skills, " Istvan Kecskés and Tünde Papp *"The Development of the Japanese Speaking Test and the Preliminary Japanese Speaking Test, " Margaret E. Malone and Sylvia B. Rasi *"Reinventing 'Grammar' for the Foreing Language Classroom, " Sharon L. Shelly *"From Control to Chaos: Reflections on an 'Unstylish' Research Paradigm, " Vicki Galloway *Bibliography *List of Terms *Indexshow more