Bert Weltens

List of John Benjamins publications for which Bert Weltens plays a role.

Titles

Writing Assessment in Higher Education

Edited by Bert Weltens, Jos Hornikx, Wander Lowie, Petra Poelmans and Rebecca L. Present-Thomas

Special issue of Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 2:1 (2013) ix, 132 pp.
Subjects Applied linguistics | Language acquisition | Language teaching | Multilingualism

The Bilingual Lexicon

Edited by Robert Schreuder and Bert Weltens

[Studies in Bilingualism, 6] 1993. viii, 307 pp.
Subjects Cognition and language | Multilingualism | Semantics | Theoretical linguistics

Articles

Present-Thomas, Rebecca L., Bert Weltens and John H.A.L. de Jong 2013 Defining proficiency: A comparative analysis of CEF level classification methods in a written learner corpusWriting Assessment in Higher Education, Weltens, Bert, Jos Hornikx, Wander Lowie, Petra Poelmans and Rebecca L. Present-Thomas (eds.), pp. 57–76
In this study, various proficiency classification methods are explored in order to describe the relevant levels on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEF) that are represented by a group of 127 incoming English students at a Dutch university with respect to academic writing.… read more | Article
Weltens, Bert 2013 PrefaceDutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 2:2, p. 
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Bot, Kees de and Bert Weltens 1997 Multilingualism in the Netherlands?Perspectives on Foreign Language Policy: Studies in honor of Theo van Els, Bongaerts, Theo and Kees de Bot (eds.), pp. 143 ff.
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Research into language attrition was started in Nijmegen in 1982. The initiative was inspired by an American conference held in 1980, the proceedings of which were published in The loss of language skills (Lambert, R. & Freed, B. (eds.). Rowley, MA: Newbury House, 1982). Language attrition research… read more | Article
Kellerman, Eric, Bert Weltens and Theo Bongaerts 1996 PrefaceEUROSLA 6: A selection of papers, p. 
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Ditters, Everhard, Sake Jager, Arthur Lemmens en Bert Weltens 1994 Computer-Ondersteund Talenonderwijs: Een Woord VoorafComputer-ondersteund talenonderwijs, pp. 7–15
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Poulisse, Nanda en Bert Weltens 1994 Taalproduktie: Een Woord VoorafTaalproduktie, pp. 5–6
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Schreuder, Robert and Bert Weltens 1993 The Bilingual Lexicon: An OverviewThe Bilingual Lexicon, Schreuder, Robert and Bert Weltens (eds.), pp. 1 ff.
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Weltens, Bert and Marjon Grendel 1993 Attrition of Vocabulary KnowledgeThe Bilingual Lexicon, Schreuder, Robert and Bert Weltens (eds.), pp. 135 ff.
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Schils, Erik and Bert Weltens 1992 14. Modeling and assessing foreign language lossThe Construct of Language Proficiency: Applications of psychological models to language assessment, Verhoeven, Ludo and John H.A.L. de Jong (eds.), pp. 175 ff.
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Els, Theo van, Kees de Bot and Bert Weltens 1991 Empirical Foreign Language Reaserch in EuropeForeign Language Research in Cross-Cultural Perspective, Bot, Kees de, Ralph B. Ginsberg and Claire Kramsch (eds.), pp. 21 ff.
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Els, Theo van and Bert Weltens 1989 Foreign Language loss Research from a European Point of viewDimensions of Language Attrition, Bot, Kees de, Michael Clyne and T.J.M. van Els (eds.), pp. 19–35
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Weltens, Bert en Marjon Grendel 1989 Taal Verlies en Woordherkenning in Het FransLexicon en taalverwerving, pp. 76–80
The results of a recently completed research project into the retention of receptive skills in French by students and ex-students of the highest type of Dutch secondary education, VWO, showed that these skills hardly decrease during a period of four years after course completion. The fact that… read more | Article
This paper deals with the loss of FL-vocabulary in French and German learned in formal secondary Dutch education ("VWO). Using a cross-sectional design, we investigated the development of FL-vocabulary from the end of grade 4 - the moment at which pupils can drop one or two FLs - up to the end of… read more | Article
Edwards, Viv K. and Bert Weltens 1984 Research on non-standard dialects of British English: Progress and prospectsFocus on: England and Wales, Viereck, Wolfgang (ed.), pp. 97–139
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