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LINGUIST List 20.2115

Tue Jun 09 2009

Qs: Longitudinal Studies & Grammar Instruction

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        1.    Karen Stanley, Longitudinal Studies & Grammar Instruction

Message 1: Longitudinal Studies & Grammar Instruction
Date: 08-Jun-2009
From: Karen Stanley <karen.stanleycpcc.edu>
Subject: Longitudinal Studies & Grammar Instruction
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I am working on a project that looks at grammar instruction (specifically
within ESL/EFL in my case, but references dealing with other languages are
very welcome).

I am looking for sources in the literature that discuss or provide research
on the need for longitudinal studies (versus pre-test / brief period of
instruction / post-test / later post-test) to determine the efficacy of
grammar instruction.

To be completely clear: as well as any actual longitudinal studies, I am
interested in sources that provide arguments for (or against) the need for
longitudinal studies to adequately judge the usefulness of grammar instruction.

Karen Stanley
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                            Language Acquisition

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