ABSTRACT

This landmark volume provides a broad-based, state-of-the-art overview of current knowledge and research into second language teaching and learning. Fifty-seven chapters are organized in eight thematic sections:

*social contexts of second language learning;
*research methodologies in second-language learning, acquisition, and teaching;
*contributions of applied linguistics to the teaching and learning of second language skills;
*second language processes and development;
*teaching methods and curricula;
*issues in second or foreign language testing and assessment;
*identity, culture, and critical pedagogy in second language teaching and learning; and
*important considerations in language planning and policies.

The Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning is intended for researchers, practitioners, graduate students, and faculty in teacher education and applied linguistics programs; teachers; teacher trainers; teacher trainees; curriculum and material developers; and all other professionals in the field of second language teaching and learning.

part I|2 pages

PART I: IMPORTANT SOCIAL CONTEXTS IN RESEARCH ON SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING

chapter |4 pages

Introduction

chapter 1|18 pages

Bilingual Education Marı´a Estela Brisk

chapter 2|20 pages

ESL in Elementary Education

ByMargaret R. Hawkins

chapter 3|20 pages

ESL in Secondary Schools: Programs, Problematics, and Possibilities

ByPatricia A. Duff

chapter 4|20 pages

ESL in Adult Education

ByDenise E. Murray

chapter 5|14 pages

English for Academic Purposes

BySusan Carkin

chapter 6|18 pages

Research in English for Specific Purposes

ByPeter Master

chapter 7|20 pages

English in the Workplace

ByCelia Roberts

chapter 9|20 pages

Teaching and Learning of World Englishes

ByYamuna Kachru

part II|2 pages

PART II: METHODS IN SECOND LANGUAGE RESEARCH

chapter |2 pages

Introduction

chapter 10|16 pages

Ethnography and Ethnographic Research on Second Language Teaching and Learning

ByTeaching and Learning Linda Harklau

chapter 11|14 pages

Case Study

ByLeo van Lier

chapter 12|16 pages

Quantitative Research Methods

ByAnne Lazaraton

chapter 13|16 pages

Classroom Research

ByDavid Nunan

chapter 14|16 pages

Action Research

ByAnne Burns

part III|2 pages

PART III: APPLIED LINGUISTICS AND SECOND LANGUAGE RESEARCH

chapter |4 pages

Introduction

chapter 15|18 pages

Second Language Acquisition Research and Applied Linguistics

ByTeresa Pica

chapter 16|20 pages

Sociolinguistics and Second Language Learning

BySandra Lee McKay

chapter 18|18 pages

Pragmatics in Second Language Learning

ByGabriele Kasper, Carsten Roever

chapter 19|20 pages

Sociocultural and Second Language Learning Research: An Exegesis

ByJames P. Lantolf

chapter 20|20 pages

Conversation Analysis for Second Language Acquisition

ByNuma Markee

chapter 21|18 pages

Contrastive Rhetoric

ByRobert B. Kaplan

chapter 22|18 pages

Corpus Linguistics and L2 Teaching

BySusan Conrad

part IV|2 pages

PART IV: SECOND LANGUAGE PROCESSES AND DEVELOPMENT

chapter |6 pages

Introduction

chapter 23|18 pages

Age in Second Language Development

ByGeorgette Ioup

chapter 24|18 pages

Cognitive Considerations in L2 Learning

ByRobert DeKeyser and Alan Juffs

chapter 25|16 pages

Fossilization in L2 Learners

ByZhaoHong Han and Larry Selinker

chapter 26|14 pages

The Output Hypothesis: Theory and Research

ByMerrill Swain

chapter 27|18 pages

Speaking in a Second Language

ByElaine Tarone

chapter 28|26 pages

L2 Listening

ByMichael Rost

chapter 29|16 pages

Second Language Literacy and Biliteracy

ByTerrence G. Wiley

chapter 30|18 pages

Instructed Grammar

ByPatricia Byrd

chapter 31|18 pages

Reading in a Second Language

ByDavid E. Eskey

chapter 32|16 pages

Teaching and Learning Vocabulary

ByI.S.P. Nation

chapter 33|18 pages

Taking Stock of Research and Pedagogy in L2 Writing

ByJohn S. Hedgcock

part V|2 pages

PART V: METHODS AND CURRICULA IN SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING

chapter |4 pages

Introduction

chapter 35|18 pages

Communicative Language Teaching: Strategies and Goals

BySandra J. Savignon

chapter 36|18 pages

Traditional and Grammar Translation Methods for Second Language Teaching

ByTeaching Sandra Fotos

chapter 37|22 pages

Form-Focused Instruction

ByJessica Williams

chapter 38|20 pages

A Model of Academic Literacy for Integrated Language and Content Instruction

ByMarguerite Ann Snow

chapter 39|16 pages

Instructed Language Learning and Task-Based Teaching

ByRod Ellis

chapter 40|14 pages

Discourse-BasedApproaches:ANewFramework forSecondLanguage

ByTeaching and Learning Marianne Celce-Murcia and Elite Olshtain

chapter 41|14 pages

Computer-Assisted Language Learning

ByCarol A. Chapelle

chapter 42|16 pages

L2 Learning Strategies

ByNeil J. Anderson

part VI|2 pages

PART VI: SECOND LANGUAGE TESTING AND ASSESSMENT

chapter |4 pages

Introduction

ByTim McNamara

chapter 43|16 pages

Language Assessment From a Wider Context

ByAntony John Kunnan

chapter 44|20 pages

Validity and Validation in Language Testing

ByAlan Davies, Catherine Elder

chapter 45|18 pages

A Look Back at and Forward to What Language Testers Measure

ByMicheline Chalhoub-Deville, Craig Deville

chapter 46|24 pages

Research Methods in Language Testing

ByTom Lumley, Annie Brown

chapter 47|12 pages

Testing Languages for Specific Purposes

ByDan Douglas

part VII|2 pages

PART VII: IDENTITY, CULTURE, AND CRITICAL PEDAGOGY IN SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING

chapter |4 pages

Introduction

chapter 49|16 pages

Considerations of Identity in L2 Learning

ByThomas Ricento

chapter 50|20 pages

Teaching and Researching Intercultural Competence

ByMichael Byram, Anwei Feng

chapter 51|20 pages

Critical Pedagogy in L2 Learning and Teaching

BySuresh Canagarajah

part VIII|2 pages

PART VIII: LANGUAGE PLANNING AND POLICY AND LANGUAGE RIGHTS

chapter |4 pages

Introduction

ByRichard B. Baldauf, Jr.

chapter 52|14 pages

Language Planning and Policy Research: An Overview

ByRichard B. Baldauf, Jr.

chapter 53|22 pages

Status Planning for Learning and Teaching

ByTheo van Els

chapter 54|20 pages

Corpus Planning: Syllabus and Materials Development

ByAnthony J. Liddicoat

chapter 55|22 pages

Language-in-Education Policy and Planning

ByRichard B. Baldauf, Jr. and Robert B. Kaplan

chapter 56|20 pages

Prestige and Image Planning

ByDennis E. Ager

chapter 57|20 pages

Language Policy and Minority Language Rights

ByStephen May