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In this clearly written book, William Littlewood surveys recent research into how people acquire languages and considers its relevance for language teaching. He describes the most important studies and ideas about first language acquisition, and how these have influenced and developed into studies of second language acquisition. He considers the background of language theories which were current before the present interest in acquisition research, and looks at factors such as learners` errors, whether learners are predisposed to acquire language in certain sequences, why some people are apparently more successful at learning languages than others, and how learners make use of their new language to communicate. The use of clear examples, the careful explanation and balanced commentary on the research enable the reader to evaluate the evidence and consider the relevance of work in this field to the day to day concerns of teaching and learning languages
ISBN9780521274869
Autor(a)Littlewood, William
EditoraCambridge University Press - ELT
Coleção/SerieCambridge Language Teaching Library
IdiomaInglês Britânico
Faixa etáriaAdultos (+21)
Níveis de ensinoAvançado (C1)
Ano de edição1998
Páginas114
Dimensões 022,70 X 015,10

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