Über den Autor
Li Wei is Professor of Applied Linguistics at Birbeck, University of London, UK. Vivian Cook is Professor Applied Linguistics at the University of Newcastle, UK.
Introduction: language learning and teaching (editors); 1. Politics, Policies and Political Action in Foreign Language Education, Mike Byram; 2. Identity in Applied Linguistics: the need for conceptual exploration, David Block; 3. Language User Groups and Language Teaching, Vivian Cook; 4. Language Learning as Discursive Practice, Joan Kelly Hall; 5. Motivation, Attitude and Perception, Jean Marc Dewaele; 6. Interlanguage and Fossilisation: towards an analytic model; 7. Developments in Language Learner Strategies, Ernesto Macaro; 8. We Do Need Methods, Michael Swan; 9. Integrating Content-Based and Task-Based Approaches for Teaching, Learning, and Research, Teresa Pica; 10. The Decline and Fall of the Native Speaker Teacher, Enric Llurda; 11. Third Culture and Language Education, Claire Kramsch; 12. New roles for L2 vocabulary?, Paul Nation; Bibliography; Index.
A comprehensive survey of the ways in which linguistics is being used by researchers in a wide-range of interdisciplinary areas.