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Works cited in the second language acquisition article

  • Krashen, S.D. (2003). Explorations in Language Acquisition and Use. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. ISBN 0325005540.
  • Lee, S-Y., S. Krashen & B. Gibbons (1996). 'The effect of reading on the acquisition of English relative clauses.' ITL: Review of Applied Linguistics 113-114: 263-273.
  • Young-Scholten, M. (2004a). 'Prosodic constraints on allophonic distribution in adult L2 acquisition.' International Journal of Bilingualism 8: 67-77.
  • Tarone, E., M. Bigelow & K. Hansen (2009). Literacy and Second Language Oracy. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780194423007.
  • Young-Scholten, M. (2004b). 'Longitudinal treasures out of Pandora's Box.' Voies vers le Plurilinguisme. Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté.
  • Young-Scholten, M., M. Akita & N. Cross (1999). 'Focus on form in phonology: orthographic exposure as a promoter of epenthesis.' In P. Robinson & N.O. Jungheim (eds) Pragmatics and Pedagogy: Proceedings of the Third PacSLRF. Volume 2. Tokyo: Aoyama Gakuin University. pp. 227-233.
  • Young-Scholten, M. & J. Archibald (2000). 'Second language syllable structure.' In J. Archibald (ed.) Second Language Acquisition and Linguistic Theory. Oxford: Blackwell. pp.64-101. ISBN 0631205926.

Further reading

  • Cook, V. (2001). Second Language Learning and Language Teaching. London: Hodder Arnold.
  • Krashen, S.D. (1982). Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition. Oxford: Pergamon.
  • Krashen, S.D. (1985). The Input Hypothesis: Issues and Implications. New York: Longman.
  • Lightbown, P. & N. Spada (2006). How Languages are Learned. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2nd edition. ISBN 0-19-442224-0.
  • Mitchell, R. & F. Myles (2006). Second Language Learning Theories. London: Hodder Arnold. 2nd edition.
  • Norris, J.M. & L. Ortega (eds) (2006). Synthesizing research on language learning and teaching. Amsterdam: Benjamins
  • VanPatten, B. & J. Williams (eds) (2007). Theories in Second Language Acquisition: an Introduction. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Unsworth, S., T. Parodi, A. Sorace & M. Young-Scholten (eds) (2005). Paths of Development in L1 and L2 Acquisition. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • VanPatten, B. & J. Williams (eds) (2007). Theories in Second Language Acquisition: an Introduction. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • White, L. (2003). Second Language Acquisition and Universal Grammar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Young-Scholten, M. (1994). 'Positive evidence and ultimate attainment in L2 phonology.' Second Language Research 10: 193-214.
  • Young-Scholten, M. (1995). 'The negative effects of 'positive' evidence on L2 phonology.' In Eubank L, Selinker L & Sharwood Smith M (eds) The Current State of Interlanguage. Amsterdam: Benjamins. pp.107-121.