First language use in second language learning: selected references




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FIRST LANGUAGE USE IN SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING:

SELECTED REFERENCES

(last updated 19 October 2012)
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Antón, M., & DiCamilla, F. (1998). Socio-cognitive functions of L1 collaborative interactions in the L2 classroom. Canadian Modern Language Review, 54(3), 314-342.

Aston, G. (1983). The use of English and Italian in classroom management. In S. Holden (Ed). Focus on the Learner (pp. 101-105). London, England: ELT Publications.
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Birch, G. C. (2010). Behind the scenes: An examination of student L1 use. The

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Dailey-O’Cain, J., & Liebscher, G. (2009). Teacher and student use of the first language in foreign language classroom interaction: Functions and applications. In M. Turnbull & J. Dailey-O’Cain (Eds.), First language use in second and foreign language learning (pp. 131-144). Bristol, England: Multilingual Matters.


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Duff, P. A., & Polio, C. G. (1990). How much foreign language is there in the foreign language classroom? Modern Language Journal, 74(2), 154-166.
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Harbord, J. (1992). The use of the mother tongue in the classroom. ELT Journal, 46(4), 350-355.
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Latsanyphones, S., & Bouangeune, S. (2009).Using L1 in teaching vocabulary to low English proficiency level students: A case study at the national university of Laos. English Language Teaching, 2(3), 186-193.
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Meyer, H. (2008). The pedagogical implications of L1 use in the L2



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Morahan, M. (n.d.). The use of student's first language (L1) in the second



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Nakahama, Y. (2005). Nihongo kyooiku ni okeru bogo de no soogoshien no yuukoosei. [Collective scaffolding in L1 at a pre-college level L2 Japanese classroom]. In M. Minami (Ed.), Linguistics and Japanese Language Education IV. Kuroshio Publisher. (pp. 187-198).
Nakahama, Y. (Ed). The Influence of learners' L1 on L2 acquisition: A functional approach to understanding language learning. Report of the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)(1)(2003-2005) Supported by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. Project No. 15520330. 97-111.
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Papaefthymiou-Lytra, S. (1990). Explorations in foreign language classroom discourse. Athens, Greece: The University of Athens.
Polio, C. G., & Duff, P. A. (1994). Teachers’ language use in university foreign language classrooms: A qualitative analysis of English and target language alternation. Modern Language Journal, 74(3), 313-326.
Polio, C., & Zyzik, E. (2009). Don Quixote meets ser and estar: Multiple perspectives on language learning in Spanish literature classes. Modern Language Journal, 93, 550-569.
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Rolin-Ianziti, J., & Brownlie, S. (2002). Teacher use of the learners' native

language in the foreign language classroom. The Canadian Modern



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Scott, V. M. & De La Fuente, M. J. (2008). What’s the problem? L2 learners’ use of the L1 during consciousness-raising, form-focused tasks. Modern Language Journal, 92(1) 100-113.


Seng, G., & Hersham, F. (2006). Use of L1 in L2 reading comprehension among tertiary ESL learners. Reading in a Foreign Language, 18(1), 1-17.

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