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Second Language Grammar: Learning and Teaching

Second Language Grammar: Learning and Teaching,W. Rutherford

Second Language Grammar: Learning and Teaching   (Citations: 71)
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Published in 1987.
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    • ...The task is based on Rutherford's (1987) suggestion of using propositional clusters as a device to draw learners ‘attention to linguistic choices...

    Neomy Storch. Metatalk in a Pair Work Activity: Level of Engagement and Implications...

    • ...Consciousness raising is a ‘‘top-down’’ approach to understanding language and encourages learners to see grammatical features as ‘‘the on-line processing component of discourse and not the set of syntactic building blocks with which discourse is constructed’’ (Rutherford, 1987, p. 104)...

    Ken Hyland. Genre pedagogy: Language, literacy and L2 writing instruction

    • ...These ‘accumulated units’ (Rutherford, 1987) are clearly E-language...
    • ...In a word, grammar teaching cannot be equated with the progressive mastery of discrete units of structure, but with the process of understanding and internalising rule systems, and then out-performing one’s emerging ‘internal’ grammar, a process Thornbury (2001) calls ‘grammaring’ and Rutherford (1987) ‘grammaticization’...
    • ...The case for process-oriented grammar teaching (or Consciousness-Raising) has been argued by many writers, notably Batstone (1994), Fotos (1993), Rutherford (1987), and Schmidt (1990)...

    James Mannes Bourke. The grammar we teach

    • ...Schmidt (1990, 1993, 2001) suggests that conscious attention to form, or what he calls “noticing,” is a necessary condition for language learning (see also Leow, 1998, 2001, 2002; Rutherford, 1987, 1988; Tomlin & Villa, 1994)...

    Hossein Nassajiet al. 6. CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN RESEARCH ON THE TEACHING OF GRAMMAR

    • ... for the incredible boost to motivation and search for meaning it provides (e.g., Long, 1991), many authors also stress that learners do not process input exclusively for meaning and that it is not unusual for form to be in competition with meaning during input processing (Doughty, 1991; Ellis, 1990, 1993, 1997; Long, 1983, 1988; Sharwood Smith, 1997; Terrell, 1991; Van Patten, 1990; Van Patten & Cadierno, 1993a,b; Manghubai, 1991; ...

    Silvia Gasparini. Implicit versus explicit learning: Some implications for L2 teaching

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