Foreign/Second Language Pedagogy Research: A Commemorative Volume for Clause Faerch (Multilingual Matters)

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9781853590856: Foreign/Second Language Pedagogy Research: A Commemorative Volume for Clause Faerch (Multilingual Matters)
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The focus of this book is on foreign and second language pedagogy research. The 21 articles have been written as a tribute to the memory of Claus Faerch by colleagues and friends in his home country, Denmark, in the rest of Scandinavia (Norway, Sweden) and Finland, in Great Britain, Holland and the Federal Republic of Germany, in Canada, Israel, and the USA. Professionally these scholars span a range of interests: applied linguistics, second language acquisition, foreign language pedagogy, psycholinguistics and sociolinguistics. Some are more concerned with theory, its utility and validity, others with teacher training and more practical aspects of language learning. Most strive to integrate theory with the promotion of good language learning. Some are concerned with the teaching and learning of their mother tongue, whether as the dominant or as an immigrant language, while others teach foreign languages. The book has five sections, each of them concerned with theory and empirical studies. There are sets of articles on applied linguistics in a historical perspective, in the short and longer term; on learner language; on learner strategies and processes; on classroom research; and on the learning of pragmatic and social competence.

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The five editors all hold senior university posts in applied linguistics and foreign/second language pedagogy, three in Western Europe and two in North America. Robert Phillipson is at Roskilde, Denmark, Eric Kellerman at Nijmegen, Holland, and Mike Sharwood Smith at Utrecht, Holland. Larry Selinker is at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, USA, Merrill Swain at the Modern Language Centre, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Toronto. Four of the editors did postgraduate study in foreign and second language learning at British universities, as did Claus Faerch. They have extensive experience of empirical and theoretical research in this field.

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