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Li, Yingying; Han, Ye – Language Teaching, 2021
In her position article, Lee (2019) compellingly argues for focused written corrective feedback (FWCF) and offers clear guidelines for teachers to shift their feedback approach. As English language teaching practitioners in Chinese universities, we share Lee's view against any unthinking adherence to comprehensive written corrective feedback…
Descriptors: Error Correction, Feedback (Response), Guidelines, Foreign Countries
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McLellan, Gerry – Language Teaching, 2021
In her article, Icy Lee (2019, pp. 524-536) discusses the differences between comprehensive written corrective feedback (CWCF) and focused written corrective feedback (FWCF). She argues that teachers should concentrate more on focused feedback, and highlight and correct only a few grammar errors or issues with organisation, for example, instead of…
Descriptors: Written Language, Feedback (Response), Teaching Methods, Error Correction
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Mori, Yoshiko; Hasegawa, Atsushi; Mori, Junko – Language Teaching, 2021
This article updates the trends and developments of Japanese as a second language (JSL) research since Mori and Mori (2011) by reviewing nearly 200 selected empirical studies published in English or Japanese between 2010 and early 2019. The first section of this review examines the cognitive aspects of second language (L2) Japanese development,…
Descriptors: Trend Analysis, Second Language Learning, Language Research, Japanese
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Simpson, Kedi – Language Teaching, 2021
In her article, Graham (2017) concludes 'that very little of the research regarding the teaching of listening has made it into the classroom in England, not least in a positive way' (p. 117). She suggests that teachers rarely delve into the process of second language (L2) listening in class; instead, listening comprehension is treated more as a…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, English (Second Language), Listening Skills
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Ekiert, Monika; di Gennaro, Kristen – Language Teaching, 2021
This study replicates Bitchener and Knoch (2010), which reported that written corrective feedback (WCF) targeting two single-rule English article functions (first mention "a" and subsequent mention "the") is effective. The current replication study repeats the original study in most respects but adds to the assessment of the…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Written Language, Error Correction, Instructional Effectiveness
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Lewkowicz, Jo; Leung, Constant – Language Teaching, 2021
The assessment of students in the classroom has been going on since time immemorial. What is comparatively recent, however, is the systematic study of classroom-based assessment (CBA). The term 'CBA' has been putatively linked to Michael Scriven's (1967) work on formative and summative evaluation. However, current interest in such assessment and…
Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Formative Evaluation, Summative Evaluation, Educational Policy
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De Costa, Peter I.; Sterling, Scott; Lee, Jongbong; Li, Wendy; Rawal, Hima – Language Teaching, 2021
The growing concern for ethics in applied linguistics may be attributed to attempts to stem the rising incidence of ethical lapses in order to ensure that the core ethical principles of: (1) respect for persons; (2) yielding optimal benefits while minimizing harm; and (3) justice are preserved. Following a brief historical review of this topic,…
Descriptors: Ethics, Language Research, Applied Linguistics, Research Methodology
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Nikolov, Marianne; Timpe-Laughlin, Veronika – Language Teaching, 2021
Given the exponential growth in the popularity of early foreign language programs, coupled with an emphasis of evidence-based instruction, assessing young learners' (YLs) foreign language abilities has moved to center stage. This article canvasses how the field of assessing young learners of foreign languages has evolved over the past two decades.…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Measurement, Second Language Programs
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Henry, Alastair – Language Teaching, 2021
With roots in social psychology, second language (L2) motivation has largely been investigated using self-report techniques. Studies drawing on observational data gathered in contexts where learning takes place are rare, and understandings of how motivation evolves in classroom interactions remain limited (Boo, Dörnyei, & Ryan, 2015). In a…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Second Language Learning, Educational Technology, Psycholinguistics
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Rose, Heath; McKinley, Jim; Galloway, Nicola – Language Teaching, 2021
The rise of English as a global language has led scholars to call for a paradigm shift in the field of English language teaching (ELT) to match the new sociolinguistic landscape of the twenty-first century. In recent years a considerable amount of classroom-based research and language teacher education (LTE) research has emerged to investigate…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Language Variation, Second Language Instruction, Educational Research
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Sonbul, Suhad; Siyanova-Chanturia, Anna – Language Teaching, 2021
Research employing psycholinguistic techniques to assess the on-line processing of collocation by native and non-native speakers has flourished in the past few years. This line of research aims (among other things) at exploring actual performance in real time as opposed to the traditional paper-and-pencil testing techniques that have been…
Descriptors: Psycholinguistics, Phrase Structure, Language Tests, Reading Processes
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Gass, Susan; Loewen, Shawn; Plonsky, Luke – Language Teaching, 2021
First, we trace the history of second language acquisition (SLA) from early stages in the mid-twentieth century to today. We next consider the status of the field in today's research world with a particular focus on all aspects of methodology and, finally, we take a look at the future and discuss issues related to scientific rigor in light of Open…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Language Research, Futures (of Society), Research Methodology
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Ellis, Rod – Language Teaching, 2021
As Larsen-Freeman (2018) wrote in her own historical account of second language acquisition (SLA) 'it is important to understand ideas at the time they originated' (p. 56). This is certainly true of the field of second language acquisition (SLA). Rod Ellis adds that it is also important to understand how the ideas that motivated a field of enquiry…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Educational History, Educational Research
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Block, David – Language Teaching, 2021
This paper examines the emergent identities of three STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) lecturers, focusing especially on how they construct themselves with regard to their disciplines and how researchers construct them as potential English language teachers. It begins with essential background information before discussing…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Language of Instruction, Language Teachers, Second Language Learning
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Lantolf, James P.; Xi, Jiao; Minakova, Valeriya – Language Teaching, 2021
In the initial sociocultural theory (SCT) timeline, Lantolf and Beckett (2009) surveyed a broad spectrum of research informed by sociocultural psychology as it was extended into the field of second language acquisition and language teaching. Since that time, the amount of research that has been published within the SCT framework has grown…
Descriptors: Sociocultural Patterns, Scoring Rubrics, Concept Formation, Teaching Methods
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