This book applies a psycholinguistic perspective to instructed second language acquisition, bridging the gap between research and teaching practices. It re-envisions the explicit and implicit learning divide as a continuum of consciousness, explores the pedagogical applications of SLA findings and offers practical suggestions for instructors.
About the Author
Daniel R. Walter is Assistant Professor of German and Linguistics at Oxford College of Emory University, USA. His research interests include second language acquisition, German as a second language, morphology and syntax, second language pedagogy, and psycholinguistics.