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Language Learning and Teaching as Social Inter-Action

 

Ideas of social interaction are increasingly having an impact upon research into the learning and teaching of second languages. The aims of this book are to:
 demonstrate the importance of investigating second language learning and teaching from a social-interactional and sociocultural perspective;
 describe the implications of the social-interaction perspective for the practice of language teaching and learning including teacher education;
 outline some interdisciplinary links between the social-interactional and sociocultural approaches to language learning and teaching and other approaches such as the social constructionist approach.



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Tags: University, London, Newcastle, Birkbeck, Teaching, teaching, learning, language, Language, second, perspective, sociocultural