Vocabulary in a Second Language

Selection, acquisition, and testing

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| Leiden University
| University of Haifa
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The eleven chapters of Vocabulary in a Second Language are written by the world’s leading researchers in the field of vocabulary studies in second language acquisition. Each chapter presents experimental research leading to new conclusions about and insights into the selection, the learning and teaching, or the testing of vocabulary knowledge in foreign languages. This book is intended as an up-to-date overview of the important domain of the lexicon for researchers in the field of second language acquisition, teacher trainers and professional teachers of second or foreign languages.
[Language Learning & Language Teaching, 10]  2004.  xiv, 234 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Paul Bogaards and Batia Laufer
vii–xiv
Selection
1. A study of the most frequent word families in the British National Corpus
I.S.P. Nation
3–13
2. Is there room for an academic word list in French?
Tom Cobb and Marlise Horst
15–38
3. Vocabulary coverage according to spoken discourse context
Svenja Adolphs and Norbert Schmitt
39–49
Acquisition
4. Etymological elaboration as a strategy for learning idioms
Frank Boers, Murielle Demecheleer and June Eyckmans
53–78
5. Receptive, productive, and receptive + productive L2 vocabulary learning: what difference does it make?
Jan-Arjen Mondria and Boukje Wiersma
79–100
6. Semantic transfer and development in adult L2 vocabulary acquisition
Nan Jiang
101–126
7. Individual differences in the use of colloquial vocabulary: The effects of sociobiographical and psychological factors
Jean-Marc Dewaele
127–153
8. Second language lexical inferencing: preferences, perceptions, and practices
David D. Qian
155–169
Testing
9. The Relation between lexical richness and vocabulary size in Dutch L1 and L2 children
Anne Vermeer
173–189
10. The construction and validation of a deep word knowledge test for advanced learners of French
Tine Greidanus, Paul Bogaards, Elisabeth van der Linden, Lydius Nienhuis and Tom de Wolf
191–208
11. Plumbing the depths: How should the construct of vocabulary knowledge be defined?
John Read
209–227
Index
List of Contributors
“This volume contains a rich coverage of carefully selected and illustrated research and insightful pedagogical implications for L2 and foreign language teaching. What is more, the editors present and connect the various running themes with an invaluable index, one that vocabulary researchers are sure to appreciate!”
“This is a principled, well-edited selection resulting in a broad survey of ongoing vocabulary research, with contributions by several well-known names in the field. The editors' introduction, too, provides more than a survey of the papers, and attempts to pinpoint a number of interesting questions for the research agenda.”
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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