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Titre: Task-Based Interactions in Classroom and Laboratory Settings: Task-Based Interactions in Two Settings Auteur:Gass, Susan; Mackey, Alison; Ross-Feldman, Lauren Sujet:Laboratory Settings ; Classroom Settings ; Interaction ; Communicative Tasks ; Spanish ; Education ; Languages & Literatures; Description:
This study was originally motivated by claims by a few classroom researchers (e.g., Foster, 1998, see Foster & Ohta, 2005) that the findings of laboratory‐based studies of second‐language interaction cannot automatically be applied to classroom language learning settings. Instead of simply accepting this assumption, we treated it as an empirical question. Our study was designed to examine the impact of setting—classroom and laboratory—on task‐based interactions. We worked with learners of Spanish as a foreign language. Seventy‐four university‐level learners in dyads completed three interactive tasks. The tasks were designed in partnership with their instructors to be consistent with activities that these learners would do as part of their regular instruction. They were also consistent with activities that second language researchers typically use to elicit data in experimental work. Half of the learners worked in the classroom with their regular teacher and the other half...
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Language Learning, 06/2011, Vol.61, supplement s1, pp.189-220
The effect of CEOs on firm performance
Strategic Management Journal, December 2008, Vol.29(12), pp.1357-1367
[Revue évaluée par les pairs]
Titre: The Case against the Case against Recasts Auteur:Goo, Jaemyung; Mackey, Alison Sujet:Prior Learning ; Teaching Methods ; Feedback (Response) ; Laboratories ; Error Correction ; Second Language Learning ; Linguistic Input ; Language Research ; Grammar ; Second Language Instruction ; Role ; Languages & Literatures Description:
In the previous 20 years, more than 60 studies have been carried out within the input and interaction approach to SLA (Long, 2007; Mackey 2012), many of which have found positive associations between different types of recasts and the learning of a range of linguistic forms for a number of different second languages (L2s), in different learning contexts, with adults and with children. However, the following claims also appear: (a) recasts are not effective, (b) recasts are effective only in laboratories and not in classrooms, and (c) other types of feedback are more effective when compared with recasts. We demonstrate important methodological and interpretative problems in the small number of studies on which these negative claims are based, including issues with (a) modified output opportunities, (b) single-versus-multiple comparisons, (c) form-focused instruction, (d) prior knowledge, and (e) out-of-experiment exposure. We conclude by suggesting that making a case against recasts...
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Studies in second language acquisition, March 2013, Vol.35(1), p.127
0272-2631 (ISSN); 1470-1545 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0272263112000708 (DOI)
Titre: IRIS : a new resource for second language research Auteur:Marsden, Emma Josephine; Mackey, Alison Date:
IRIS is a digital database of materials used to collect data for second language research that went fully live in August 2012. At the time of writing (May 2013), there have been over 3,300 downloads of materials held on the site, and almost 11,000 visits, demonstrating a clear need for the resource. IRIS has the potential to make a step-change in the way our field works, impacting the nature and rate of second language (L2) research. Here we outline the motivations for the project, what the IRIS database consists of, how it is structured, and the future of the resource.
Multiple perspectives on interaction : second language research in honor of Susan M. Gass / edited by Alison Mackey and Charlene Polio
Auteur:Gass, Susan M, 1943-; Mackey, Alison; Polio, Charlene Editeur:
New York : Routledge
vi, 281 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Sujet LCSH:Language and languages -- Study and teaching
- Second language acquisition Contient:
The psycholinguistics of the interaction approach / Nick Ellis -- A variationist perspective on the interaction approach / Elaine Tarone -- Languaging in collaborative writing : creation of and response to expertise / Lindsay Brooks and Merrill Swain -- Creating pressure in task pedagogy : the joint roles of field, purpose, and engagement within the interaction approach / Martin Bygate and Virginia Samuda -- Motivational processing in interactional tasks / Zoltán Dörnyei and Wen-Ta Tseng -- How young is too young? Investigating negotiation of meaning and feedback in children aged five to seven years / Rhonda Oliver -- Interaction research in second/foreign language classrooms / Nina Spada and Patsy M. Lightbown -- Recasts in multiple response focus on form episodes / Shawn Loewen -- Revealing the nature of SCMC interaction / Bryan Smith -- Interaction and attention to form in L2 text-based computer-mediated communication / Lourdes Ortega -- Epilogue : Exploring the intricacies of interaction and language development / Jenefer Philp
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Classification:BLE C Identifiant:
080586458X (hardcover) (ISBN); 1410618900 (ebook) (ISBN); 9780805864588 (hardcover) (ISBN); 9781410618900 (ebook) (ISBN); 9780415882200 (pbk) (ISBN) No RERO: