Learning A Second Language Through InteractionUnknown - 1999
This book examines different theoretical perspectives on the role that interaction plays in second language acquisition. The principal perspectives are those afforded by the Interaction Hypothesis, Socio-Cultural Theory and the Levels of Processing model. Interaction is, therefore, defined broadly; it is seen as involving both intermental and intramental activity. The theoretical perspectives are explored empirically in a series of studies which investigate the relationship between aspects of interaction and second language acquisition. A number of these studies consider the effects of interac.
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamins, ©1999.
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource (x, 285 pages).