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Language learning and study abroad

a critical reading of research

by Celeste Kinginger

  • 10 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Second language acquisition,
  • Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers,
  • Foreign study,
  • Intercultural communication

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementCeleste Kinginger.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP118.2 .K53 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23207496M
    ISBN 109780230549241
    LC Control Number2009013641

    Language School Book a language course in an international language school abroad: best price for value guaranteed! Choose your destination, the length of your stay as well as your accommodation. Design your own study program and learn a new language! Choose a language to study abroad. Language School Arabic. Morocco; Language School English. "I decided to study abroad in Japan mainly to improve my Japanese language skills, so I chose a language intensive program and to live with a host family. I knew I was a quiet and shy person when it came to learning a new language and living in a new culture. As much as I learned from my Japanese.

    The book opens with an overview of policy related to language education in study abroad, then explores various ways in which researchers have documented the language-related outcomes of these programs. The focus then turns to the nature of student experiences and the role of identity in classrooms, homestays, and informal interactions.   Margaret A. DuFon is an Assistant Professor in Linguistics at California State University-Chico. As a result of her own language learning abroad in both Spain and Indonesia, she became interested in investigating the acquisition of pragmatic competence through language socialization via interactions with host culture members during a sojourn :

    Contemporary research on language and intercultural learning during study abroad programs have led scholars to challenge the immersion assumption and to argue the need for interventions that would.   Mentioned in the study abroad section, one way to learn a language or a great addition to any language program is to exchange lessons with a foreign buddy. You can usually find notices on hostel or community bulletin boards for people that want to do this. Also try looking on websites like Craigslist or the foreign equivalent while traveling.


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“This book provides a very good and concise overview of the general trends in research of language learning during study abroad experiences. precise and methodical writing style that the author uses makes the book very approachable and accessible for the intended audience: researchers, educators, and policy makers.

presents an objective source of the research done in the field of Cited by: “This book provides a very good and concise overview of the general trends in research of language learning during study abroad experiences. precise and methodical writing style that the author uses makes the book very approachable and accessible for the intended audience: researchers, educators, and policy makers.

presents an objective source of the research done in the field of. Study abroad is often seen as a crucial dimension of language learning - developing communicative proficiency, language awareness, and intercultural competence. The author provides an overview and assessment of research on language learning in study abroad settings, reviewing the advantages and constraints of perspectives adopted in this research.

Language learning and study abroad - Volume 51 Issue 4 - Christina Isabelli-García, Jennifer Bown, John L. Plews, Dan P. DeweyCited by: Student Expectations, Motivations, Target Language Use, and Perceived Learning Progress in a Summer Study Abroad Program in Germany.

Die Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German pp. 41 ff. Maximizing Study Abroad:: A Student's Guide to Strategies for Language and Culture Learning and Use Paperback – Ma by R. Michael Paige (Author) out of 5 stars 6 ratings/5(6).

This book is intended to introduce novice student researchers to second language acquisition in the study abroad learning environment. It reviews the existing literature and provides the emerging researcher an overview of the important factors to consider, informs them Language learning and study abroad book to begin, and how to move forth an agenda for future research in this field.

"Second Language Acquisition in a Study Abroad Context" brings together for the first time a series of studies which explore the relationship between language learning and the study abroad experience. Utilizing different research methodologies (quantitative, qualitative, descriptive), the focus in this collection is on various aspects of second language learning, including the acquisition of.

Second Language Acquisition in a Study Abroad Context brings together for the first time a series of studies which explore the relationship between language learning and the study abroad experience.

Utilizing different research methodologies (quantitative, qualitative, descriptive), the focus in this collection is on various aspects of second language learning, including the acquisition.

Examining the overseas experience of language learners in diverse contexts through a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches, studies in this volume look at the acquisition of language use, socialization processes, learner motivation, identity and learning strategies.

In this way, the volume offers a privileged window into learner experiences abroad while addressing current Reviews: 2. Finally, studying abroad is fun. Learning a new language is exciting, and traveling is inherently fun, so it should come as no surprise that studying abroad can be intensely enjoyable.

Study a Language Abroad. Your Guide to Linguistic Adventure What to Consider When Selecting a Study Abroad Language Program Location.

Even when two language learners with similar characteristics (e.g., language proficiency, intercultural competence, international experience) join the same study abroad programme, their development and outcomes may differ greatly. The most obvious reason to study a language abroad is the same reason your parents, your guidance counselor, and Mr.

Rogers all have already told you: it’s a small world, and it’s getting smaller. With the onset of the internet, new trade laws, and multinational corporations, the world is an increasingly interconnected place. Maximizing Study Abroad: Strategies for Language and Culture Learning and Use.

This unique set of guidebooks helps students, program professionals, and language instructors make the most of study abroad through strategies for both language and culture learning and use. Maximizing Study Abroad: A Students' Guide to Strategies for Language and Culture Learning and Use.

World Language Learning: The Impact of Study Abroad on Student Engagement: /ch Research on the impacts of study abroad participation on world language proficiency indicates positive and significant associations between sojourning abroadAuthor: Rachel Burns, Donald Rubin, Michael A Tarrant.

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Editorial Reviews “This book provides a very good and concise overview of the general trends in research of language learning during study abroad experiences. precise and methodical writing style that the author uses makes the book very approachable and accessible for the intended audience: researchers, educators, and policy makers.

presents an objective source of the research Pages:   Learning a foreign language is a critical skill in the global economy. Learn how the right study abroad program can help you become fluent in a foreign language. A central purpose of this book is to question the claims commonly made about the educational benefits of study abroad.

Traditional metrics of enrollment increases and student self-report, and practices of structural immersion, are being questioned as educators voice growing uncertainty about what students are or are not in fact learning abroad. 1.

Introduction. Teachers and learners often agree that one of the best ways to learn a foreign language is to study abroad (Isabelli,Kuntz and Belnap,Pellegrino, ).Studying abroad offers a different level and type of language input, opportunities for interaction, and exposure to the target culture.But when you study abroad, you learn parts of the language that you can use.

You can pick up on local slang and idioms that people understand and relate to. These are the things you can’t learn from a book. You Can Take Classes Too. While you’re living abroad, being immersed is a great way to learn the language on its own.Those with more time abroad had significantly more changes in their belief systems, suggesting that learning context and length of context exposure influence belief changes.

Interviews provided insight into how study-abroad influences beliefs. This study supports the view that beliefs are dynamic, socially constructed, and responsive to context.