Child Bilingualism and Second Language Learning

Multidisciplinary perspectives

Editors
| University of Lethbridge
| University of Alberta
| University of Lethbridge
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This book focuses exclusively on child bilinguals or children exposed to a second language in various learning contexts. Through the presentation of research on how children learn the sound systems or lexicon in two languages and via different routes, the book aims to paint a comprehensive picture of child bilingualism and second language learning. In addition, the book features contributions focused on theoretical overviews and methodological approaches. Researchers from diverse disciplines such as linguistics, psychology, and speech-language pathology contributed to the book that thus represents an effort to integrate multiple views and perspectives. The book is useful for researchers, clinicians, and educators who work with children acquiring or learning a second language in different settings. It should also be of interest to university students studying bilingualism and/or second language acquisition or parents raising bilingual children.
[Bilingual Processing and Acquisition, 10]  Expected December 2020.  vii, 306 pp.
Publishing status: Printing
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
vii
Chapter 1. Integrating multiple views and multiple disciplines in the understanding of child bilingualism and second language learning
Fangfang Li, Karen E. Pollock and Robbin Gibb
1–5
Part I. Theoretical overviews
Chapter 2. The application of bilingual phonological learning models to early second language development
R. Sabah Meziane and Andrea A.N. MacLeod
9–27
Chapter 3. Issues for second language pronunciation in children
Tracey M. Derwing
29–41
Part II. Bilingualism and second language learning
Chapter 4. Two solitudes?: Simultaneous bilingual children’s lexical access in experimental tasks
Robyn Enns, Nicole Lemire and Elena Nicoladis
45–63
Chapter 5. Using a novel sorting game to explore the role of phonotactic probability and linguistic environment in nonword processing by Spanish-English bilingual children
Kyna R. Betancourt and Stefan A. Frisch
65–86
Chapter 6. Effects of nonnative input on language abilities in Spanish-English bilinguals
Cynthia Core
87–111
Chapter 7. Phonetic characteristics of filled pauses in Hungarian-English bilingual and Hungarian monolingual speech
Judit Bóna, Ágnes Jordanidisz, Anita Auszmann and Ferenc Bunta
113–136
Chapter 8. Current developments in bilingual primary education in the Netherlands
Rick de Graaff and Oana Costache
137–165
Chapter 9. Speech perception in French immersion students in Western Canada
Fangfang Li and Nicole Netelenbos
167–187
Chapter 10. Second first language acquisition following international adoption
Karen E. Pollock
189–219
Part III. Methodological approaches
Chapter 11. Phonological development: Research in multilingual and cross-cultural contexts
Barbara May Bernhardt and Joseph P. Stemberger
223–247
Chapter 12. Using Phon to analyze phonological and speech data: An overview
Yvan Rose
249–274
Chapter 13. Wordlikeness and nonword repetition in Spanish-speaking bilingual children
Maria R. Brea-Spahn, Stefan A. Frisch and Judith B. Bryant
275–302
Index
303–306
Subjects
BIC Subject: CFDM – Bilingualism & multilingualism
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2020039376 | Marc record