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How Languages are Learned

Course Codes : LING20003, EDUC90631, 7656

How Languages are Learned

ISBN 9780194541268
Edition 4
Publisher Oxford University Press
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Written by experienced teacher trainers and language learning experts, Patsy Lightbown and Nina Spada, How Languages Are Learned relates the theories of first and second language acquisition to what actually goes on in the classroom. It uses activities to explore the practical implications of the ideas presented. Evaluations and case studies are included throughout the book so that you can see a practical context for the research ideas you are reading about. Many of these examples are taken directly from real second language classrooms. Now in its 4th edition, How Languages Are Learned is highly valued for the way it relates language acquisition theory to classroom teaching and learning and draws practical implications from research for the language classroom. It is widely used as a reference book on teacher training courses, and is for new and experienced practising teachers. New to this editionUpdated to reflect the most recent research in the field of second language teaching and learning Activities and Questions for Reflection personalise content and support critical thinkingExtra activities, study questions and videos available onlineNow also available as an ebook from Amazon, Kobo and iBookstore
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