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Lexical processing in second language learners : papers and perspectives in honour of Paul Meara

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Second language acquisition Clevedon, England, Multilingual Matters, Bristol ; Buffalo, p.177 (2009)

Call Number:

Cubb P118.2 .L485 2009

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8113224

Keywords:

Second language acquisition

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction: Meara's contribution to research in L2 lexical processing / John Read and Paul Nation -- Putting yes/no tests in context / John Shillaw -- Tangled webs-- : complications in the exploration of L2 lexical networks / Clarissa Wilks -- Word association profiles in a first and second language : puzzles and problems / Tess Fitzpatrick -- Revisiting classrooms as lexical environments / Marlise Horst -- A close look at the use of pocket electronic dictionaries for receptive and productive purposes / Hilary Nesi and Atipat Boonmoh -- Repeated L2 reading with and without a dictionary / Jim Ronald -- Exploring productive L2 collocation knowledge / Andy Barfield -- The messy little details : a longitudinal case study of the emerging lexicon / Huw Bell -- Meaning-last vocabulary acquisition and collocational productivity / Brent Wolter -- Acting on a hunch : can L1 reading instruction affect L2 listening ability? / Richard Pemberton -- Taking stock / Andy Barfield and Tess Fitzpatrick.