Describing School Achievement in Asian Languages for Diverse Learner Groups
[Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 35:3] 2012. 147 pp.
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Table of Contents
PrefaceAngela Scarino | pp. 225–230
A rationale for acknowledging the diversity of learner achievements in learning particular languages in school education in AustraliaAngela Scarino | pp. 231–250
Documenting the diversity of learner achievements in Asian languages using common measuresCatherine Elder, Hyejeong Kim & Ute Knoch | pp. 251–270
How does time-on-task affect the achievement of early and late starters of Indonesian in schools?Michelle Kohler | pp. 271–289
Cross-linguistic influence as a factor in the written and oral production of school age learners of Japanese in AustraliaNoriko Iwashita | pp. 290–311
Understanding the nature of performance: The influence of learner background on school-age learner achievement in ChineseAndrew Scrimgeour | pp. 312–338
Learner background and the acquisition of discourse features of Korean in the Australian secondary school contextSun Hee Ok Kim | pp. 339–358
Afterword: Tempted by targets, tempered by resultsJoe Lo Bianco | pp. 359–361
Review of Tang, R., ed. (2010) Academic Writing in a Second or Foreign Language. Issues and Challenges Facing ESL/EFL Academic Writers in Higher Education ContextsReviewed by Constance Ellwood | pp. 362–364
Review of Aarons, D. (2012) Jokes and the Linguistic MindReviewed by Catriona Fraser | pp. 365–367
Review of Paltridge, B. & A. Phakiti, eds (2010) Continuum Companion to Research Methods in Applied LinguisticsReviewed by Beata Malczewska-Webb | pp. 368–370
Translation & Interpreting Studies
Main BIC Subject
Main BISAC Subject
LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General