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The Routledge handbook of sociocultural theory and second language development

The Routledge handbook of sociocultural theory and second language development

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Lantolf, James P., editor. Poehner, Matthew E., editor. Swain, Merrill.
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The Routledge handbook of sociocultural theory and second language development / edited by James P. Lantolf and Matthew E. Poehner with Merrill Swain.
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New York :   Routledge,   2018.  
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xix, 594 p. ; 26 cm.
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Routledge handbooks in applied linguistics
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9781138651555 (hardback)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Language and languages --Study and teaching. Second language acquisition.
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Introduction to Sociocultural Theory, Historical Background of SCT-L2 Research and Overview of the Volume

James P. Lantolf, Matthew E. Poehner, and Merrill Swain








SECTION I


Sociocultural Theory Concepts and Principles









Mediation and Internalization: Conceptual Analysis and Practical Applications



Alex Kozulin









Zone of Proximal Development



Lois Holzman









Essential Aspects of Vygotsky''s Theoretical Framework and Methodological Approach Revealed in his Analysis of Unit(ies)



Holbrook Mahn









Vygotsky on Consciousness and Second Language Development



Steven G. McCafferty









Understanding Development Through the Perezhivanie of Learning



Nikolai Veresov and Nelson Mok









Acquisition of Scientific Concepts as the Content of School Instruction



Yuriy Karpov








SECTION II


Second Languages, the Brain and Thinking









Neuropsychology of Bilingualism



Monica Rosselli and Alfredo Ardila









Inner Speech and Its Impact on Teaching and Learning



Anke Werani









Private and Inner Speech in L2 Learning: The Impact of Vygotskyan Sociocultural Theory



Maria C. M. de Guerrero









Gesture as a Window onto Conceptualization in Second Language Acquisition:



A Vygotskian Perspective


Gale Stam








SECTION III


Concept-Based Instruction









Concept-Based Instruction: Investigating the Role of Conscious Conceptual Manipulation in L2 Development



Prospero Garcia









Concept-based Instruction of Chinese as a Second Language



Jie Zhang and Xian Zhang









Concept-based Pragmatics Instruction: Principles and Classroom Applications



Remi A. van Compernolle









Mediated Development: Promoting Learner Internalization of L2 Concepts through Cognitive-Process Focused Activities



Paolo Infante








SECTION IV


Dynamic Assessment









Probing and Provoking L2 Development: The Object of Mediation in Dynamic



Assessment and Mediated Development


Matthew E. Poehner









Understanding Learner L2 Development Through Reciprocity



Rumia Ableeva









Mediator and Learner Engagement in Co-Regulated Inter-Psychological Activity



Kristin J. Davin









Employing Dynamic Assessment to Enhance Agency among L2 Learners



Tziona Levi and Matthew E. Poehner









Dynamic Diagnosis of Second Language Abilities



Marta Anton









Dynamic Assessment of Children Learning a Second Language



Elizabeth D. Pena and Kai J. Greene








SECTION V


Literacy and Content-Based Language Teaching









Understanding L2 Writers "At-Risk": A Socio-Cultural Perspective



Robert Kohls









English for Specific Purposes: Engineers Learning How to Mean in English



Penny Kinnear









A Sociocultural Approach to Second Language Literacy Pedagogy



Kimberly Buescher








SECTION VI


Sociocultural Theory and Technology









Collaborative Activity in the Digital World



Adela Ganem-Gutierrez









Exploring the Interdisciplinary Synergy between Sociocultural Theory and Intelligent Computer-Assisted Language Learning



Haiyang Ai and Xiaofei Lu









The Integration of ELF and Sociocultural Theory via Network-Based Language Teaching: Best Practices for the English Classroom



Enrico Grazzi








SECTION VI


Teacher Education









Making L2 Teacher Education Matter Through Vygotskian-Inspired Pedagogy and Research



Karen Johnson and Paula Golombek









History-in-Person: Ontogenesis and the Professional Formation of Language Teachers



Richard Donato and Kristin J. Davin









Gesture as a Mediational Tool in the L2 classroom



Tetyana Smotrova









Concept-based Instruction in Teacher Education Programs in Spain as Illustrated by the SCOBA-Mediated Barcelona Formative Model



Olga Esteve









Applying Sociocultural Theory to Prepare Teachers to Work with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students and Families



Ana Christina da Silva Iddings








SECTION VII


Sociocultural Theory and Social Change









Sociocultural Theory as Everyday Practice: The Challenge of PK-12 Teacher Preparation for Multilingual and Multicultural Learners



Annela Teemant









Inclusion, "Defectology," and Second Language Learners



Peter Smagorinsky









Trends within Sociocultural Theory, and the Utility of "Cultural Capital" for SCT

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