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Modes of third-language (L3) learning: A framework and a look at the research.
SLA Newsletter ISSN 0025-256X (since 1994), No 15 Winter 1989
He taught and researched at Rhodes University, the Netherlands, Yale University, and the University of Oregon. SLA refers to “second language acquisition” while CSL refers to “Chinese second language acquisition”.
The way in which the two are related goes back to the language-family approach of the 1960s, whereby researchers looked to foreign language families to find traits that showed up in all languages.
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Herbert W. Seliger. New York: McGraw-Hill College.
A Linguistic Theory on the second language acquisition of Lithuanian. page
Noam Chomsky (1987). ‘Review’, in Second Language Research Methods: Accomplishments in Second Language Research, Volume 2, edited by Herbert W. Seliger, Elana G. Shohamy, Jan-Willem van Eemeren, and R.V. Lee. Orlando, Fl.: Academic Press, pp. 853–854.
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Shieber, Marina (2006). “Language as Social Performance: The Question of Communicative Context.” In: Bates, E. (ed.). Approaches to Teaching, Persuasive Language and Grammar, 4th ed. (pp. 236–264). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Herbert Seliger on Second Language Acquisition
Herbert Seliger on second language methods: an overview of approaches to teaching.
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Siegle, J. J. (1989). Interchangeability. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Siegle, J. J. and Barefoot, M. (1989). Learning foreign languages from a performance perspective. Berlin: De Gruyter.
Seliger, H. W., Shohamy, E., & Shohamy, E. (1989). Methodologies in second language research: A practical guide to designing, testing and carrying out studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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