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Whong, Melinda

Universal Grammar and the Second Language Classroom

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Generative Second Language Acquisition and Language Pedagogy
Melinda Whong, Kook-Hee Gil, Heather Marsden

Part I. GenSLA Applied to the Classroom

2. What Research Can Tell Us About Teaching: The Case of Pronouns and Clitics
Joyce Bruhn Garavito

3. L2 Acquisition of Null Subjects in Japanese: A New Generative Perspective and Its Pedagogical Implications
Mika Kizu

4. Verb Movement in Generative SLA and the Teaching of Word Order Patterns
Tom Rankin

5. Modifying the Teaching of Modifiers: A Lesson from Universal Grammar
David Stringer

6. The Syntax-Discourse Interface and the Interface Between Generative Theory and Pedagogical Approaches to SLA
Elena Valenzuela, Bede McCormack

Part II. GenSLA and Classroom Research

7. Alternations and Argument Structure in Second Language English: Knowledge of Two Types of Intransitive Verbs
Makiko Hirakawa

8. Quantifiers: Form and Meaning in Second Language Development
Kook-Hee Gil, Heather Marsden, Melinda Whong

9. Explicit Article Instruction in Definiteness, Specificity, Genericity and Perception
Neal Snape, Noriaki Yusa

Part III. GenSLA, the Language Classroom, and Beyond

10. Whether to Teach and How to Teach Complex Linguistic Structures in a Second Language
Roumyana Slabakova, María Pilar García Mayo

11. Great Expectations in Phonology? Second Language Acquisition Research and Its Relation to the Teaching of Older and Younger Learners
Martha Young-Scholten

12. Applied Generative SLA: The Need for an Agenda and a Methodology
Melinda Whong

Avainsanat: Education, Language Education, Learning & Instruction

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Julkaisija
Springer
Julkaisuvuosi
2013
Kieli
en
Painos
2013
Sarja
Educational Linguistics
Kategoria
Kasvatus, opetus
Tiedostomuoto
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9789400763623

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