Shaofeng Li

List of John Benjamins publications for which Shaofeng Li plays a role.

Journals

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Subjects Applied linguistics | Language acquisition | Language teaching

Articles

This chapter provides a comprehensive review of the methods and findings of the research examining anxiety in learners’ task performance and language development. Based on a thorough search of multiple databases and a set of selection criteria, 35 studies were included in the review. that most… read more | Chapter
This study explores (1) the effect of planning type on second language (L2) learners’ writing performance and (2) the role of working memory and anxiety in different types of planning. 48 Korean high school English as a foreign language (EFL) learners participated in the study. Each learner… read more | Chapter
This chapter provides an in-depth discussion of the theory, research, and practice of individual difference (ID) factors in task-based language teaching (TBLT). It starts with an overview of the scope and taxonomy of IDs in second language learning, followed by a discussion of the theoretical… read more | Chapter
The present study investigated the nature of Chinese as First Language (L1) speakers’ anxiety when completing an oral task in English as Foreign Language (L2). Chinese second-year university students (n = 96) performed a video narration task and completed questionnaires measuring their trait… read more | Article
Li, Shaofeng 2022 Chapter 2. Quantitative research methods in ISLAInstructed Second Language Acquisition Research Methods, Gurzynski-Weiss, Laura and YouJin Kim (eds.), pp. 31–54
This chapter provides a comprehensive, in-depth discussion of quantitative research methods in ISLA. It starts by informing the reader of the basic elements and principles of quantitative ISLA research and the major research questions examined. It then identifies three categories of ISLA… read more | Chapter
This paper reports on a study investigating the role of working memory in predicting L2 development under immediate and delayed corrective feedback (CF) conditions. A total of 106 seventh-grade EFL learners were assigned to three groups: Immediate CF, Delayed CF, and Task Only. Each group underwent… read more | Chapter
This paper reports on a study investigating the role of working memory in predicting L2 development under immediate and delayed corrective feedback (CF) conditions. A total of 106 seventh-grade EFL learners were assigned to three groups: Immediate CF, Delayed CF, and Task Only. Each group underwent… read more | Article
Wang, Qiong and Shaofeng Li 2019 Chapter 4. The relationship between task motivation and L2 motivation: An empirical studyResearching L2 Task Performance and Pedagogy: In honour of Peter Skehan, Wen, Zhisheng (Edward) and Mohammad Javad Ahmadian (eds.), pp. 67–92
This chapter reports a study investigating the underlying construct of task motivation and its relationship with general motivation in learning English. A task motivation questionnaire was designed based on in-depth interviews with a group of Chinese university EFL students and was then… read more | Chapter
This chapter seeks to provide a comprehensive and in-depth synthesis of the methods of data collection used in studies investigating the effectiveness of corrective feedback (CF). A total of 34 studies published between 2006 and 2017 in five top journals in second language acquisition were selected… read more | Chapter
This study reports a comprehensive and in-depth synthesis of the theory and research on the role of working memory and language aptitude in mediating the process and product of second language (L2) interaction. The synthesis integrates meta-analysis and narrative review, using the former approach… read more | Chapter