Motivating learners, motivating teachers: Building vision in the language classroom. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. An accessible summary of why vision is a principal motivational factor and how it can be enhanced, both in learners and teachers. Hadfield, J.
Motivating learning. Harlow: Longman. A collection of 99 classroom activities in a 'recipe book' format focusing on the main components of the L2 Motivational Self System. Wong, M. Christian faith and English language teaching and learning: Research on the interrelationship of religion and ELT. Motivation in language learning. A collection of 13 papers with a newly written introduction and conclusion. A completely revised version of the book, covering both the theory and practice of L2 motivation as well as the main methods of researching it.
An extended version of the first edition.
The psychology of second language acquisition. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Motivation, language identity and the L2 self. A collection of 18 papers focusing on the link between motivation, self and identity, written by leading European, North American and Asian scholars. Research methods in applied linguistics: Quantitative, qualitative and mixed methodologies. I wanted to write a comprehensive overview of research methodology from collecting the data to reporting the results that I would have liked to read when I started to do research.
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One of the projects that we carried out during this period focused on the impact of internationalisation and multilingual policies in bilingual universities; the other project centred around the impact of study abroad on the multilingualism, intercultural competence and European identity of students participating in the Erasmus exchange programme. Smith Learner English: A teacher's guide to interference and other problems second edition. Language Learning, 27, Kaplan ed. The advanced learners in second language acquisition research. At the individual level it is typically seen as an asset, a mark of superior intelligence and of cultural finesse. The influence of bilingualism on third language acquisition: Focus on multilingualism.
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Critical Perspectives on Language Teaching Materials. The Interaction Approach holds recasts to be important for L2 acquisition Long, But, however vital ZPD may be to an L1 child, scaffolding may function differently for an L2 learner in a different situation at a different developmental level. The crucial difference between first and second language acquisition according to many is the success of first language acquisition versus the failure of second language acquisition, summed up by Bley-Vroman :.
Undoubtedly this view has been shared by the majority of SLA researchers. Ellis , summarised nine differences between L1 acquisition and L2 acquisition, using Bley-Vroman :.
Five of the points boil down to the fact that L2 learners do not speak like native speakers. I f an L1 child can master a language in a few years, why can an L2 learner not do the same over many years? The explanations for this lack of success have drawn on many of the ideas presented earlier. Some are to do with the transformative power of maturation: L2 learners are intrinsically not the same people as young monolingual children. In a sense nothing can be done about these immutable differences between L1 and L2 learning, if they exist and are indeed language-related. Other explanations put the lack of success down to features of the environment.
These are in principle changeable; we could treat L2 learner like L1 children linguistically and socially, reducing them to child-like dependence etc.