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Title: Input, Interaction, and Corrective Feedback in L2 Learning
Written By: Alison Mackey
Series Title: Oxford Applied Linguistics

A study of the role of language input, interaction, and corrective feedback in
second-language learning and Second Language Acquisition research. This
book describes the processes involved in interaction-driven second language
learning and presents a methodological framework for studying them.

It provides a comprehensive and up-to date survey of the work on language
interaction that has emerged over the past two decades, while also reflecting
the recent shift to an exploration of cognitive and social factors in evaluating
how interaction works.

Provides a thorough overview of research in the field of language interaction
(an area of growing interest within the field of SLA studies)

Makes suggestions for future areas and topics of research

Goes into more detail than the typical coverage of second language
interaction in introductory courses, textbooks, handbooks, and linguistics

Author is a leading researcher in the field, as well as being expert in second
language acquisition research methodology

Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Language Acquisition
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-13: 9780194422468
Pages: 174
Prices: U.K. £ 28.00