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This introductory unit deals with first language acquisition and it will be useful to introduce the common ground with second language acquisition.
This unit deals with the concept of learner language. It examines the types of errors that learners make and discusses what their errors can tell about their knowledge of the language and their ability to use that knowledge.
In this unit we learn about the ‘good language learner’ and the factors affecting second language learning.
This unit looks at some of the theories that have been proposed to account for second language acquisition.
This unit presents a comparison of natural and instructional settings for second language learning. It also deals with four observation schemes.
This unit focuses on six proposals for effective classroom teaching. It also deals with the implications of classroom research for teaching.
This unit presents responses to popular ideas about how languages are learned and what the implications are for how they should be taught.