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LINGUIST List 25.1098

Wed Mar 05 2014

Qs: State of the art: adult Spanish L3 teaching models

Editor for this issue: Alex Isotalo <alxlinguistlist.org>

Date: 05-Mar-2014
From: Maxi Pauser <mxp7891gmail.com>
Subject: State of the art: adult Spanish L3 teaching models
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Dear LinguistList community,

I am a PhD student trying to develop a new Spanish L3 (after English L2) teaching model for adult learners, basically Erasmus students, in a multilingual context.

The overwhelming literature I have found until now about third language acquisition/learning/teaching mostly deals with L3 acquired in lower education, rather than higher education, taking place in bilingual communities.

The overwhelming literature I have found until now about third language acquisition/learning/teaching mostly deals with L3 acquired in lower education, rather than higher education, taking place in bilingual communities.

What my personal library still lacks is specific literature about adult L3 teaching-learning models, taking into consideration that the previous languages - student's L1 and English L2 - do not necessarily have been acquired simultaneously.

Therefore I would like you to contact me if you have any information about this issue.

Thank you so much.

Maxi Pauser

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

Subject Language(s): English (eng)
                            German (deu)
                            Spanish (spa)

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