Understanding Second Language Process / / ed. by ZhaoHong Han.

This book assembles 11 analytical and empirical studies on the process of second language acquisition, probing a wide array of issues, from transfer appropriate processing to L2 default processing strategies, among hearing or deaf learners of a variety of target languages including English, Japanese...

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Superior document:Title is part of eBook package: De Gruyter MultiLingual Matters Backlist eBook-Package 2000-2013
Place / Publishing House:Bristol ;, Blue Ridge Summit : : Multilingual Matters, , [2007]
Year of Publication:2007
Series:Second Language Acquisition
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Physical Description:1 online resource (232 p.)
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Table of Contents:
  • Frontmatter
  • Contents
  • The Contributors
  • Preface
  • 1. Revisiting the Role of Consciousness with MOGUL
  • 2. Multi-Competence: Black Hole or Wormhole for Second Language Acquisition Research?
  • 3. Transfer Appropriate Processing as a Model for Classroom Second Language Acquisition
  • 4. On the Role of Meaning in Focus on Form
  • 5. The Efficacy of Visual Input Enhancement in Teaching Deaf Learners of L2 English
  • 6. Learner Spontaneous Attention in L2 Input Processing: An Exploratory Study
  • 7. Working Memory and L2 Processing of Redundant Grammatical Forms
  • 8. L2 Learners’ Interpretation of Operator-Variable Binding in VP Ellipsis
  • 9. Metasyntactic Ability in L2: An Investigation of Task Demand
  • 10. Prosody Acquisition by Japanese Learners
  • 11. Recognition and Production of Formulas in L2 Pragmatics
  • References
  • Index