Winter 2002
Directed Reading with Professor Amado Padilla:
Second Language Acquisition

The Language Classroom

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"Getting Quality Input in the Second/Foreign Language Classroom"
Lightbown, P. (1992).  "Getting Quality Input in the Second/Foreign Language Classroom." In (Eds.) Kramsch, C. and McConnell-Ginet, S. Text and Context: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Language Study.  Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath and Company

"Teaching and Research: Options in Grammar Teaching"
Ellis, R. (1998).  “Teaching and Research: Options in Grammar Teaching.  TESOL Quarterly, Vol. 32, No. 1, Spring 1998.

"Psychological Aspects of Pedagogical Grammar in Foreign Language Teaching"
Titone, R. (1987).  “Psychological Aspects of Pedagogical Grammar in Foreign Language Teaching.”  in (eds.) Lantolf, J. & Labarca, A. Research in Second Language Learning: Focus on the Classroom.  Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation

"Acquiring Competence in a Second Language: Form and Function"
Doughty, C. (1998).  "Acquiring Competence in a Second Language: Form and Function." In (Ed.) H. Byrnes, Learning Foreign and Second Languages: Perspectives in Research and Scholarship.  NY: Modern Language Association

"The Classroom Context: An Acquisition-Rich or Acquisition-Poor Environment?"
Ellis, R. (1992).  "The Classroom Context: An Acquisition-Rich or Acquisition-Poor Environment?"  In (Eds.) Kramsch, C. and McConnell-Ginet, S. Text and Context: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Language Study .  Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath and Company