LINGUIST List 3.71

Fri 24 Jan 1992

Disc: Second Language Acquisition

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  2. "LLOYD HOLLIDAY, LA TROBE UNIV, EDUCATIOEDULHlure.latrobe.edu.au, Re: 3.59 Queries: 2nd Lang. Acq., Topic, 3rd Person Pronouns

Message 1: Re: 3.59 Queries: 2nd Lang. Acq., Topic, 3rd Person Pronouns

Date: Thu, 23 Jan 1992 12:04 ESTRe: 3.59 Queries: 2nd Lang. Acq., Topic, 3rd Person Pronouns
From: <MORGANLOYOLA.EDU>
Subject: Re: 3.59 Queries: 2nd Lang. Acq., Topic, 3rd Person Pronouns


Could the responses on the 2nd language acqu. textbook be summarized for
the list? The summary (basically an annotated bibliography) of texts for
discourse analysis was much appreciated; something similar would be nice.

Thanks.

Leslie Morgan (MORGANLOYVAX.BITNET)
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Message 2: Re: 3.59 Queries: 2nd Lang. Acq., Topic, 3rd Person Pronouns

Date: Thu, 23 Jan 1992 23:35 GMTRe: 3.59 Queries: 2nd Lang. Acq., Topic, 3rd Person Pronouns
From: "LLOYD HOLLIDAY, LA TROBE UNIV, EDUCATIOEDULHlure.latrobe.edu.au <EDULHlure.latrobe.edu.au>
Subject: Re: 3.59 Queries: 2nd Lang. Acq., Topic, 3rd Person Pronouns

Reply to FFE re textbook for second language acquisition:
Ellis, Rod 1985. Understanding SLA. OUP &
Ellis, Rod 1990. Instructed SLA. Blackwell
summarises a great deal of the field if you're looking for a single text
book which as always is a problem. I haven't had time to look at Long &
Larsen-Freeman's new book on Research in SLA, and I believe CooK, V. has
a new book out that may be suitable, not his one UG. Try posting your query
to List SLART, the SLA hangout, and you'll get more help. None of these
are ideal.
Lloyd Holliday
School of Education
La Trobe University
Bundoora Vic 3083
Australia
email: edulhlure.latrobe.edu.au
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