Form-focused Instruction and Teacher Education e-book for Kindle

Form-focused Instruction and Teacher Education e-book for Kindle

Format: e-book (Kindle)

Home to the most innovative studies in its field, the Oxford Applied Linguistics series furthers research in English teaching and learning, and provides strong foundations for language pedagogy.

  • ISBN: 978-0-19-442330-4

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Key features

  • Addresses the role of form-focused instruction (FFI) in language acquisition theory, teaching, and learning.
  • Considers the influence of theory and research on FFI in teacher education.
  • Examines classroom applications of FFI.
  • Addresses questions asked by language teachers, and reports research from the vantage point of informing L2 pedagogy.
  • Contains contributions by leading practitioners and researchers in the field of SLA and teacher education.


The series attracts single or co-authored volumes from authors researching at the cutting edge of this dynamic field of interdisciplinary enquiry. The titles range from books that make such developments accessible to the non-specialist reader to those which explore in depth their relevance for the way language is to be conceived as a subject, and how courses and classroom activities are to be designed. As such, these books not only extend the field of applied linguistics itself and lend an additional significance to its enquiries, but also provide an indispensable professional foundation for language pedagogy and its practice.

The scope of the series includes:
  • second language acquisition
  • bilingualism and multi/plurilingualism
  • language pedagogy and teacher education
  • testing and assessment
  • language planning and policy
  • language internationalization
  • technology-mediated communication
  • discourse-, conversation-, and contrastive-analysis
  • pragmatics
  • stylistics
  • lexicography
  • translation


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