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    Multiple perspectives on interaction : second language research in honor of Susan M. Gass

    Gass, Susan M, 1943-, Mackey, Alison, Polio, Charlene
    New York : Routledge
    2009
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    Titre: 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
    Date: 2009
    Collation: 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
    Note: 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: R005712990
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    Editor's Introduction

    Polio, Charlene
    Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 2013, Vol.33, pp.vi-vii [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cambridge University Press
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    Titre: Editor's Introduction
    Auteur: Polio, Charlene
    Echelle: 2013
    Collection: 20131129
    Description: As I write the introduction to my penultimate volume of the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics , I find myself grateful for three aspects of the job. First, I have learned so much about research that I did not know existed, in the case of this issue, linguistic landscape research. Second, I am grateful for colleagues who, while experts in their specific areas, have an amazing breadth of knowledge of the field of applied linguistics. Such individuals are rare finds, and I am lucky to have several such people on my editorial board. Finally, I would not be able to put together issues on certain topics without the help of colleagues whom I have called upon for brainstorming sessions. I am thankful for colleagues who are so willing to help. For this issue, I thank, in particular, Jasone Cenoz.
    Précédemment: 20132013110329
    Fait partie de: Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 2013, Vol.33, pp.vi-vii
    Classement: 201303
    Identifiant: 0267-1905 (ISSN); 1471-6356 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0267190513000147 (DOI)

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    Editor's Introduction

    Polio, Charlene
    Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 2011, Vol.31, pp.vi-vii [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cambridge University Press
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    Titre: Editor's Introduction
    Auteur: Polio, Charlene
    Echelle: 2011
    Collection: 20110902
    Description: With this volume of the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics ( ARAL ), I continue the tradition of my predecessors of producing a volume on the topic second language pedagogy about every five years. Although applied linguistics encompasses more than the teaching and learning of second languages, articles on these topics tend to be among the most downloaded from the ARAL web site. I decided, however, to break with the tradition of focusing mostly on specific skill areas. Because language teaching is a situated activity that cannot be separated from its contexts and learners, the first section is devoted to language learning in or for specific contexts (secondary school settings, online, the workplace, the Asia-Pacific region, and study abroad), and the second section focuses on specific learners (young learners, adult emergent readers, and hearing learners of sign language). These are followed by a section on integrated approaches and includes articles on language-literature instruction, content and language integrated learning, the application of corpus research to language teaching, and multimodal literacy. The final section includes articles on more specific skill areas including teaching non-Roman writing systems, collaborative writing, and pragmatics.
    Précédemment: 20112011090302
    Fait partie de: Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 2011, Vol.31, pp.vi-vii
    Classement: 201103
    Identifiant: 0267-1905 (ISSN); 1471-6356 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S026719051100016X (DOI)

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    Editor's Introduction

    Polio, Charlene
    Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 2012, Vol.32, pp.vi-vii [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cambridge University Press
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    Titre: Editor's Introduction
    Auteur: Polio, Charlene
    Echelle: 2012
    Collection: 20121205
    Description: Given the proliferation of recent research on formulaic language, including several books, it seemed time to devote an issue of the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics to the topic. Empirical research focusing on chunks of language shows no signs of waning, and the topic has even made its way into the popular press, thanks to Ben Zimmer's column in the New York Times two years ago.
    Précédemment: 20122012120305
    Fait partie de: Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 2012, Vol.32, pp.vi-vii
    Classement: 201203
    Identifiant: 0267-1905 (ISSN); 1471-6356 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0267190512000116 (DOI)

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    The Linguistic Development of Students of English as a Second Language in Two Written Genres

    Yoon, Hyung‐Jo, Polio, Charlene
    TESOL Quarterly, June 2017, Vol.51(2), pp.275-301 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Editor's Introduction

    Polio, Charlene
    Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 2014, Vol.34, pp.v-vi [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cambridge University Press
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    Titre: Editor's Introduction
    Auteur: Polio, Charlene
    Echelle: 2014
    Collection: 20141222
    Description: Numerous people have helped shape each issue of the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics , but there is always one person who has been particularly generous in sharing his or her time and expertise. For this issue, I would like to thank Merrill Swain for her Skype calls about the issue and for, as always, her amazing breadth of knowledge. She not only knows about research in every area of applied linguistics but also, it seems, in every corner of the world. She contributed greatly to not only this, but every issue during my tenure as editor. As this is my last issue, I would like to thank the other editorial directors as well.
    Précédemment: 20142014120322
    Fait partie de: Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 2014, Vol.34, pp.v-vi
    Classement: 201403
    Identifiant: 0267-1905 (ISSN); 1471-6356 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0267190514000117 (DOI)

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    Second Language Writing Development: A Research Agenda

    Polio, Charlene
    Language teaching, April 2017, Vol.50(2), p.261 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    ERIC (U.S. Dept. of Education)
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    Titre: Second Language Writing Development: A Research Agenda
    Auteur: Polio, Charlene
    Sujet: Writing (Composition) ; Writing Research ; Language Acquisition ; Writing Processes ; Second Language Learning ; Linguistics ; Education ; Languages & Literatures
    Description: In 1998, Wolfe-Quintero, Inagaki & Kim published a monograph describing measures used in assessing writing development. Despite more recent research on linguistic development (e.g., Bulté & Housen 2012; Verspoor, Schmid & Xu 2012; Connor-Linton & Polio 2014), the volume is still a valuable resource and good starting point for anyone wanting to select measures of fluency, accuracy, and complexity for second language (L2) writing research. The volume, however, was limited to research on language development within the context of writing, and this is certainly one way to think about writing development. A recent edited volume by Manchón (2012), however, has greatly expanded conceptions of writing development showing that it involves much more that linguistic development, for example, genre knowledge (Tardy 2012) and goal setting (Cumming 2012) as well. Writing development can also focus on various aspects of the writing process and how writers' change their approach...
    Fait partie de: Language teaching, April 2017, Vol.50(2), p.261
    Identifiant: 0261-4448 (ISSN); 1475-3049 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0261444817000015 (DOI)

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    No paradigm wars please

    Polio, Charlene
    Journal of second language writing, September 2012, Vol.21(3), pp.294-295 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    The relevance of second language acquisition theory to the written error correction debate

    Polio, Charlene
    Journal of second language writing, December 2012, Vol.21(4), pp.375-389 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Editor's Introduction

    Polio, Charlene
    Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 2010, Vol.30, pp.vi-vii [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cambridge University Press
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    Titre: Editor's Introduction
    Auteur: Polio, Charlene
    Echelle: 2010
    Sujet: Theme ; Language Thought Relationship ; Topics ; Heritage Language ; Second Language Learning ; Polls & Surveys ; Articles ; Question Answer Sequences ; Topic and Comment ; Theoretical Linguistics ; Socialization ; Applied Linguistics;
    Description: This issue is my first edited volume of the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics ( ARAL ). Each year ARAL focuses on a specific theme, but about every five years it covers a range of mostly unrelated topics in a survey issue. Volume 30 was scheduled to be a survey issue, and after some discussion with the editorial directors, I decided to keep this tradition. Thus, I had the daunting task of choosing four broad topics, and then within each broad topic, a few narrow topics on which to invite scholars to write review articles. I chose a wide range of areas as a statement that I see the field of applied linguistics as not only being broad but as also representing a range of perspectives on theory and research methods. For example, I have included sections both on language socialization and on linguistic theory (mostly formal) in second language acquisition. I felt that these two areas were quite far apart with regard to the view that researchers in those areas held, but in my mind, both social and cognitive approaches to language learning and use are valid and simply seek to answer different questions. In the section on research methods, the articles focus on using both cognitive and social approaches, as well as quantitative and qualitative methods. The articles on heritage language learning focus on acquisition, policy, pedagogy, and sociocultural issues.
    Précédemment: 201003
    Fait partie de: Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 2010, Vol.30, pp.vi-vii
    Classement: 201003
    Identifiant: 0267-1905 (ISSN); 1471-6356 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0267190510000164 (DOI)