To Advanced Proficiency and Beyond

To Advanced Proficiency and Beyond
Theory and Methods for Developing Superior Second Language Ability
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"Richly informed by the experiences of professionals who have devoted much of their careers to the topic, the contributions assembled in this volume offer to readers a varied palette of insights, practical know-how, and differential recommendations regarding the development of superior second-language abilities." -- Heidi Byrnes, editor-in-chief of The Modern Language Journal and George M. Roth Distinguished Professor of German, Georgetown University "Even though national initiatives (like Flagship and CLS) have been successful at guiding students to reach high levels of linguistic and cultural proficiency for over ten years, unfortunately these successes have not been represented adequately in research-based studies. To Advanced Proficiency and Beyond offers a welcome contribution to the field by framing the issue of advanced-level language learning through multiple perspectives within the SLA, including the role of assessment, in-country immersion, and Language for Special Purposes." -- Madeline Spring, Director, University of Hawaii Chinese Flagship Program and professor of Chinese, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Addresses an important issue in Second Language Acquisition - how to help learners progress from Intermediate and Advanced proficiency to Superior and beyond. This volume includes research on working memory and cognition and empirical studies of effective teaching. It can serve as a practical handbook for seasoned and pre-professional instructors.

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ISBN-13 :: 9781626161733
ISBN: 1626161739
Erscheinungsjahr: 02.02.2015
Verlag: Georgetown University Press
Gewicht: 406g
Seiten: 240
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 164x360x17 mm, 37 Figures; 43 Tables, unspecified
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