4 edition of Second-language learning and identity found in the catalog.
Second-language learning and identity
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Genre||Case studies, Case studies.|
|LC Classifications||PE1130.J3 Y67 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008047976|
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IDENTITY IN SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING “No, an identity is never given, received or attained; only the interm inable and indefinitely phantasmatic process of id. Request PDF | Ethnic Identity and Second Language Second-language learning and identity book | Ethnic identity refers to the subjective experience embracing the feelings, experiences, and behaviors through which people position.
The relationship between identity and language learning is of interest to scholars in the fields of second language acquisition (SLA), language education, sociolinguistics, and applied linguistics.
Identity, language learning, and social change Article (PDF Available) in Language Teaching 44(04) October with 8, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Get this from a library.
Second language learning and identity: cracking metaphors in ideological and poetic discourse in the third space. [Mika Yoshimoto]. TY - BOOK. T1 - English as a second language in the mainstream: teaching, learning, and identity.
AU - Mohan, Bernard A. AU - Leung, Constant. AU - Davison, ChrisCited by: • Language crossing is the use of a language which isn't generally thought to ‘belong’ to the speaker. • Language crossing involves a sense of movement across quite sharply felt social or ethnic boundaries, and it raises issues of legitimacy that participants need to reckon with in the course of their encounter.