A collection of original papers by researchers working in the field which comprehensively addresses the area of second language academic listening.
This an excellent introduction to psycholinguistics for applied linguists and language teachers
This book explores computer applications in second language acquisition and research.
Shows how a person's first language and culture influence writing in a second language.
This book explores corpus linguistics in language learning and research.
Criterion-referenced Language Testing looks at the practical applications of this new area of language testing.
This important volume on the critical pedagogical approach addresses such topics as critical multiculturalism, gender and language learning, and popular culture.
This book identifies the many facets of culture that influence second language learners and teachers.
An engaging, advanced-level introduction to the emerging field of discourse studies of identity, with particular reference to academic contexts.
This book is a valuable resource both for those already engaged in evaluation and for those in training.
This book explores the emerging area of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) in academic settings.
The book addresses issues in the field of teaching academic writing to non-native speakers.
This volume provides a review of L1 and L2 lexical research issues, as well as new research.
This collection of scholarly articles by leading researchers offers empirical data and analysis of complex issues related to providing feedback during the writing process.
This volume combines diverse research scenarios to present a solid framework for analysis of figurative language.
This volume examines theoretical foundations, empirical research, and pedagogical implementations of focus on form.
The author looks at varieties of language and considers these in relation to communication and task-based language learning.
Genres across the Disciplines presents cutting edge, corpus-based research into student writing in higher education.
The wide range of languages and purposes now served by immersion worldwide is illustrated by case studies of thirteen programs.
This critical volume, provides an in-depth analysis of second language reading's multiple dimensions.
This text presents up-to-date theory, research, and classroom applications in second language reading from an interactive perspective.
The volume includes original papers addressing different aspects of the interface between second language acquisition and language testing research.
A collection of original papers dealing with essential issues and research in the learning of language by deaf people.
Combines qualitative and quantitative approaches to second language program evaluation.
The author shows how similarities and differences between languages can influence grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation acquisition.
A review of the literature on learning strategies, describing and classifying learning strategies in second language learning.
This book provides pedagogical suggestions for both teachers and learners.
An updated edition of the key reference work in the area of second and foreign language vocabulary studies.
This volume explores how a second language is acquired and what learners must do in order to achieve proficiency.
Brings together contributions from internationally-renowned researchers on new approaches and developments in the field of vocabulary research and testing.
This text provides a critical collection of recent research in on-line communication for second language learning.
This volume includes articles on theory and research in pedagogical grammar written by authorities from around the world.
This volume focuses on 'practice' from a theoretical perspective and includes implications for the classroom.
Pragmatics in Language Teaching examines the acquisition of language use in social contexts in second and foreign language classrooms.
This book analyzes important and current theories of reading and their implications for reading instruction.
The only book available dedicated to the theory and practice of replication research in Second Language Acquisition and Applied Linguistics.
This book provides a rich and accessible account of genre studies by a world-renowned applied linguist.
This book demonstrates how metaphor needs to be researched using multiple methods of investigation.
This volume of specially commissioned articles examines theory and practice in EAP.
This book contains a series of studies of needs analysis applied in different contexts and using different methodological approaches.
A collection of articles on direct and indirect second language vocabulary acquisition.
This comprehensive collection of thirteen original articles covers the major issues writing teachers face.
This text provides an introduction to the field of sociolinguistics for second and foreign language teachers.
This book bridges the gap between the theory and practice of task-based language teaching through accounts of classroom-based research.
Based on original research, this book explores the fundamental relationship between research and practice in English language teaching.
This text explores fundamental issues relating to student literacies and instructor roles and practices within academic contexts.
This text presents the findings of a major investigation of second language proficiency in various groups of school-aged learners.
This book presents a corpus-based study of the language used in business meetings.
This book looks at the curriculum from a teacher's perspective and reports on what instructors focus on in planning, implementing, and evaluating language courses.
An authoritative collection of papers which argues for issues of language curriculum development to be made explicit.
The author clarifies the nature of expertise in language teaching, its development, and how teachers employ it.