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CONTENTS Introduction xiii PART I: IMPORTANT SOCIAL CONTEXTS OF RESEARCH ON SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING Introduction 1 Bilingual Education 7 Pub: FMT style ok? Maria a Estela Brisk, Boston College 2 ESL in Elementary Education 25 Margaret R. Hawkins, University of WisconsinñMadison 3 ESL in Secondary Schools: Programs, Problematics, and Possibilities 45 Patricia A. Duff, University of British Columbia 4 ESL in Adult Education 65 Denise E. Murray, Macquarie University 5 English for Academic Purposes 85 Susan Carkin, Utah State University 6 Research in English for Specific Purposes 99 Peter Master, San Jose State University 7 English in the Workplace 117 Celia Roberts, University of London, Kingís College 8 English as a Foreign Language: Matching Procedures to the Context of Learning 137 Brian Tomlinson, Leeds Metropolitan University 9 Teaching and Learning of World Englishes 155 Yamuna Kachru, University of Illinois PART II: METHODS IN SECOND LANGUAGE RESEARCH Introduction 10 Ethnography and Ethnographic Research on Second Language Teaching and Learning 179 Linda Harklau, University of Georgia 11 Case Study 195 Leo van Lier, Monterey Institute of International Study 12 Quantitative Research Methods 209 Anne Lazaraton, University of Minnesota 13 Classroom Research 225 David Nunan, University of Hong Kong 14 Action Research 241 Anne Burns, Macquarie University PART III: APPLIED LINGUISTICS AND SECOND LANGUAGE RESEARCH Introduction 15 Second Language Acquisition Research and Applied Linguistics 263 Teresa Pica, University of Pennsylvania 16 Sociolinguistics and Second Language Learning 281 Sandra Lee McKay, San Francisco State University 17 Language Socialization and Second Language Learning 301 Jane Zuengler, University of Wisconsin, Madison; and KimMarie Cole, State University of New York, Fredonia 18 Pragmatics in Second Language Learning 317 Gabriele Kasper, University of Hawaii, Manoa; and Carsten Roever, University of Melbourne 19 Sociocultural and Second Language Learning Research: An Exegesis 335 James P. Lantolf, Pennsylvania State University 20 Conversation Analysis for Second Language Acquisition 355 Numa Markee, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 21 Contrastive Rhetoric 375 Robert B. Kaplan, University of Southern California (Emeritus) 22 Corpus Linguistics and L2 Teaching 393 Susan Conrad, Portland State University PART IV: RESEARCH IN SECOND LANGUAGE PROCESSES AND DEVELOPMENT Introduction 23 Age in Second Language Development 419 Georgette Ioup, University of New Orleans 24 Cognitive Considerations in L2 Learning 437 Robert DeKeyser and Alan Juffs, Department of Linguistics University of Pittsburgh 25 Fossilization in L2 Learners 455 ZhaoHong Han, Teachers College, Columbia University; and Larry Selinker, New York University 26 The Output Hypothesis: Theory and Research 471 Merrill Swain, The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of The University of Toronto 27 Speaking in a Second Language 485 Elaine Tarone, University of Minnesota 28 L2 Listening 503 Michael Rost, University of California, Berkeley 29 Second Language Literacy and Biliteracy 529 Terrence G. Wiley, Arizona State University 30 Instructed Grammar 545 Patricia Byrd, Georgia State University 31 Reading in a Second Language 563 David E. Eskey, University of Southern California 32 Teaching and Learning Vocabulary 581 I.S.P. Nation, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand 33 Taking Stock of Research and Pedagogy in L2 Writing 597 John S. Hedgcock, Monterey Institute of International Studies 34 Analyses of Second Language Text and What Can Be Learned From Them 615 Eli Hinkel, Seattle University PART V: METHODS AND CURRICULA IN SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING Introduction 35 Communicative Language Teaching: Strategies and Goals 635 Sandra J. Savignon, Pennsylvania State University 36 Traditional and Grammar Translation Methods for Second Language Teaching 653 Sandra Fotos, Senshu University 37 Form-Focused Instruction 671 Jessica Williams, University of Illinois at Chicago 38 A Model of Academic Literacy for Integrated Language and Content Instruction 693 Marguerite Ann Snow, California State University, Los Angeles 39 Instructed Language Learning and Task-based Teaching 713 Rod Ellis, University of Auckland 40 Discourse-basedApproaches:ANewFrameworkfor Second Language Teaching and Learning 729 Marianne Celce-Murcia, University of California, Los Angeles, and Elite Olshtain, Tel Aviv University 41 Computer-assisted Language Learning 743 Carol A. Chapelle, Iowa State University 42 L2 Learning Strategies 757 Neil J. Anderson, Brigham Young University PART VI: SECOND LANGUAGE TESTING AND ASSESSMENT Guest Editors: Tim McNamara, Annie Brown, Lis Grove, Kathryn Hill, Noriko Iwashita, University of Melbourne Introduction: The Social Turn in Language Assessment Tim McNamara, University of Melbourne 43 Language Assessment From a Wider Context 777 Antony John Kunnan, California State University, Los Angeles 44 Validity and Validation in Language Testing 793 Alan Davies, University of Edinburgh; and Catherine Elder, University of Auckland 45 A Look Back at and Forward to What Language Testers Measure 813 Micheline Chalhoub-Deville and Craig Deville, The University of Iowa 46 Research Methods in Language Testing 831 Tom Lumley Annie Brown, University of Melbourne 47 Testing Languages for Specific Purposes 855 Dan Douglas, Iowa State University 48 Classroom Teacher Assessment of Second Language Development: Construct as Practice 867 Constant Leung, Kingís College, University of London PART VII: IDENTITY, CULTURE, AND CRITICAL PEDAGOGY IN SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING Introduction 49 Considerations of Identity in L2 Learning 893 Thomas Ricento, University of Texas, San Antonio 50 Teaching and Researching Intercultural Competence 909 Michael Byram Anwei Feng, University of Durham 51 Critical Pedagogy in L2 Learning and Teaching 929 Suresh Canagarajah, Baruch College, City University of New York PART VIII: LANGUAGE PLANNING AND POLICY AND LANGUAGE RIGHTS Introduction 52 Language Planning and Policy Research: An Overview 953 Richard B. Baldauf, Jr., University of Queensland 53 Status Planning for Learning and Teaching 967 Theo van Els, University of Nijmegen 54 Corpus Planning: Syllabus and Materials Development 989 Anthony J. Liddicoat, Griffith University 55 Language-in-Education Policy and Planning 1009 Robert B. Kaplan, University of Southern California (Emeritus); and Richard B. Baldauf, Jr., University of Queensland 56 Prestige and Image Planning 1031 Dennis E. Ager, Aston University 57 Language Policy and Minority Language Rights 1051 Stephen May, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand Author Index 000 Subject Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Second language acquisition.
Language and languages -- Study and teaching.
English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers.