Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning

Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning : Volume 2

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This landmark volume provides a broad-based, comprehensive, state-of-the-art overview of current knowledge and research into second language teaching and learning. All authors are leading authorities in their areas of expertise. The chapters, all completely new for Volume 2, are organized in eight thematic sections:








Social Contexts in Research on Second Language Teaching and Learning







Second Language Research Methods







Second Language Research and Applied Linguistics







Research in Second Language Processes and Development







Methods and Instruction in Second Language Teaching







Second Language Assessment







Ideology, Identity, Culture, and Critical Pedagogy in Second Language Teaching and Learning







Language Planning and Policy.








Changes in Volume 2:








captures new and ongoing developments, research, and trends in the field
surveys prominent areas of research that were not covered in Volume 1
includes new authors from Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America to broaden the Handbook's international scope.








Volume 2 is an essential resource for researchers, faculty, teachers, and students in MA-TESL and applied linguistics programs, as well as curriculum and material developers.
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  • Paperback | 998 pages
  • 178 x 254 x 48.26mm | 1,814g
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 3 Halftones, black and white; 24 Tables, black and white; 35 Illustrations, black and white
  • 0415998727
  • 9780415998727
  • 673,723

Table of contents

Preface





Part I. Social Contexts in Research on Second Language Teaching and Learning





1. Dual Language Education Donna Christian, Center for Applied Linguistics


2. Teacher Education and Teacher Development Amy B. M. Tsui, University of Hong Kong


3. Learning to Write in The Second Language: K-5 Maria Estela Brisk, Boston College


4. Social Practice and Register: Language as a Means of Learning Bernard Mohan, University of British Columbia (Emeritus)


5. Vocational ESL Denise Murray, Macquarie University


6. English for Academic Purposes Liz Hamp-Lyons, University of Hong Kong


7. Research in English for Specific Purposes Brian Paltridge, University of Sydney, and Sue Starfield, University of New South Wales


8. English as an International Lingua Franca Pedagogy Sandra McKay, San Francisco State University


9. Teaching English as a Foreign Language in Europe Vivian Cook, Newcastle University


10. World Englishes: Contexts and Relevance for Language Education Yamuna Kachru, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (Emerita)





Part II. Second Language Research Methods





11. Approaches and Methods in Recent Qualitative Research Linda Harklau, University of Georgia


12. Quantitative Research in Second Language Studies James Dean Brown, University of Hawai`i at Manoa


13. Case Study Keith Richards, University of Warwick


14. Shifting Sands: The Evolving Story of "Voice" in Qualitative Research David Nunan, University of Hong Kong/Anaheim University, and Julie Choi, University of Technology, Sydney


15. Action Research in the Field of Second Language Teaching and Learning Anne Burns, Macquarie University





Part III. Second Language Research and Applied Linguistics





16. Second Language Acquisition Research: Applied and Applicable Orientations to Practical Questions and Concerns Teresa Pica, University of Pennsylvania


17. Constrained But Not Determined: Approaches to Discourse Analysis Sandra Silberstein, University of Washington


18. Language Socialization in Multilingual and Second Language Contexts Robert Bayley, University of California, Davis, and Juliet Langman, University of Texas, San Antonio


19. Integrating Sociocultural Theory and Cognitive Linguistics in the Second Language Classroom James P. Lantolf, Pennsylvania State University


20. Second Language Pragmatics Virginia LoCastro, University of Florida


21. Conversation Analytic Research into Language Teaching and Learning Paul Seedhouse, Newcastle University


22. What Corpora Can Offer in Language Teaching and Learning Tony McEnery, Lancaster University, and Richard Xiao, Edge Hill University





Part IV. Research in Second Language Processes and Development





23. Language Learning: An Ecological -- Semiotic Approach Leo van Lier, Monterey Institute of International Studies


24. Cognitive Aptitudes for Second Language Learning Robert DeKeyser and Joel Koeth, University of Maryland


25. Around and beyond the Critical Period Hypothesis David Singleton, Trinity College, Dublin, and Carmen Munoz, University of Barcelona


26. Interactional Competence in Language Learning, Teaching, and Testing Richard Young, University of Wisconsin


27. Second Language Speaking Paul Nation, Victoria University of Wellington


28. Second Language Listening: Presage, Process, Product, and Pedagogy Larry Vandergrift, University of Ottawa


29. Second language literacy Lee Gunderson, Dennis Murphy Odo, and Reginald D'Silva, University of British Columbia


30. Out of my Orthographic Depth: Second Language Reading Barbara Birch, California State University, Fresno


31. Grammar Teaching: Research, Theory, and Practice Penny Ur, Oranim Academic College of Education


32. What Research on Second Language Writing Tells Us and What it Doesn't Eli Hinkel, Seattle University





Part V. Methods and Instruction in Second Language Teaching





33. Communicative Language Teaching: An Expanding Concept for a Changing World William Littlewood, Hong Kong Institute of Education


34. Re-Evaluating Traditional Approaches to Second Language Teaching and Learning Lixian Jin, De Montfort University, and Martin Cortazzi, University of Warwick


35. Focus-on-Form Instruction Shawn Loewen, Michigan State University


36. Corrective Feedback in Language Teaching Rod Ellis, University of Auckland, and Younghee Sheen, American University, Washington, D.C.


37. Content-Based Second Language Teaching Roy Lyster, McGill University


38. Content-based Instruction and Vocabulary Learning Paul Nation and Stuart Webb, Victoria University of Wellington


39. Written Discourse Analysis and Second Language Teaching Dana Ferris, University of California, Davis


40. Computer-Assisted Language Learning Dorothy Chun, University of California, Santa Barbara


41. Second Language Learner Strategies Andrew Cohen, University of Minnesota





Part VI. Second Language Assessment


Guest Editor: Carol Chapelle, Iowa State University





Introduction, Carol Chapelle, Iowa State University


42. How Language Ability Is Assessed Rob Schoonen, University of Amsterdam


43. Validation in Language Assessment Carol Chapelle, Iowa State University


44. Quantitative Research Methods in Assessment and Testing James E. Purpura, Teachers College, Columbia University


45. Qualitative Research Methods in Second Language Assessment Bernard Mohan, University of British Columbia (Emeritus)


46. Assessment of Classroom Language Learning Joan Jamieson, Northern Arizona University


47. The Social and Political Tensions of Language Assessment Steven Ross, University of Maryland, College Park





Part VII. Ideology, Identity, Culture, and Critical Pedagogy in Second Language Teaching and Learning





48. Ideology in Second Language Education James Tollefson, University of Washington (Emeritus)


49. Identity in Second Language Teaching and Learning Brian Morgan, York University, and Matthew Clarke, University of New South Wales


50. Language Teaching and Learning from an Intercultural Perspective Anthony Liddicoat, University of South Australia


51. Critical Literacy and Second Language Learning Allan Luke and Karen Dooley, Queensland University of Technology





Part VIII. Language Planning and Policy


Guest Editor: Richard Baldauf, Jr., University of Queensland





52. The History and Theory of Language Planning Jiri Nekvapil, Charles University


53. Language Planning: Approaches and Methods Nkonko Kamwangamalu, Howard University


54. Actors in Language Planning Shouhui Zhao, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University


55. Macro Language Planning Robert B. Kaplan, University of Southern California (Emeritus)


56. Micro Language Planning Catherine Chua, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, and Richard B. Baldauf Jr, University of Queensland


57. Global Language [De]Colonization in the New Era Catherine Chua, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, and Richard B. Baldauf Jr, University of Queensland
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Review quote

"[T]his handbook will prove to be an immensely invaluable reference for many people who are already in the field, as well as many others who are just stepping into this intriguing field of research." LINGUIST List 22.4197, 25 October 2011
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About Eli Hinkel

Eli Hinkel, Professor, Seattle University, has taught ESL and applied linguistics, as well as trained teachers, for more than 30 years.
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