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Where Is the Native Speaker Now? - Cook - 2015 - TESOL Quarterly

Where Is the Native Speaker Now? - Cook - 2015 - TESOL Quarterly | TELT | Scoop.it

Vivian Cook Article first published online: 25 NOV 2015 DOI: 10.1002/tesq.286 © 2015 TESOL International Association

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4 pages on multicompetence model and its impact on second language research. I think it's open access, perhaps just while it's recent

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Applied linguistics bibliographies: Leaky Grammar

Applied linguistics bibliographies: Leaky Grammar | TELT | Scoop.it

(BALD) Richard Watson Todd’s “Big Applied Linguistics Database”

VARGA (Vocabulary Acquisition Research Group Archive: A searchable bibliography of research on second language vocabulary acquisition research)

Second Language Acquisition references organized by topic (from Dr. Vivian Cook’s website)

SLABIB: Second Language Acquisition Bibliography (Huge list of references to past SLA and applied linguistic research: Word doc available upon request from Dr. Vivian Cook)

An Annotated Bibliography of Second Language Acquisition in Adult English Language Learners

Second Language Acquisition Bibliography from the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (focus is on language transfer is SLA)

The Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (University of Minnesota)

SLA Bibliography organized by topic up to 2003 (Lancaster University)

Applied Psycholinguistics and SLA:(references from Dr. Theres Grüter’s graduate course syllabus)

An Essential Bibliography for English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics

Contrastive Linguistics Bibliography (Contragram: Contrastive Grammar research group, University of Gent, Belgium)

Corpus Approaches to Discourse Analysis/Studies (Compiled by Dr. Costas Gabrielatos)

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Nice set of links to links ...

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Fonctions de la traduction en didactique des langues-cultures : Christian Puren

Fonctions de la traduction en didactique des langues-cultures : Christian Puren | TELT | Scoop.it
Article de 2012 qui revisite une publication de 1995 sur la traduction en classe de langue avec des exemples de pratiques de traduction et leurs fonctions pour l'apprentissage et l'enseignement.
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Comme Vivian Cook, Christian Puren prend position contre l'utilisation exclusive de la langue cible et attaque un rapport européen récent selon lequel : "la recherche scientifique suggère que plus le bain linguistique est important, meilleure est la maîtrise de la langue apprise." 

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The return of translation: opportunities and pitfalls

The return of translation: opportunities and pitfalls | TELT | Scoop.it

For most of the 20th century, there was a deep-rooted tradition in the ELT, which dates back to the Direct Method, that L1 in the classroom should be avoided at all costs. Although there were some alternative methods, such as Community Language learning (aka ‘counsel-learning’) and Dodson’s Bilingual Method, which made use of the learners’ L1 and used translation, most ELT methods of the last century were clearly ‘target-language’ only and some even went as far as to take a clearly anti-L1 stance in order to avoid interference.

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Quick history of the place of L1 in EFL teaching methodologies, and some ideas for using translation in class if you are so moved

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Key issues for SLA and language teaching by Vivian Cook

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Key issues in SLA and language teaching by Vivian Cook
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Lots of interesting and accessible arguments about acquisition and pedagogy with wide-ranging references from a key figure in the field.

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