SLA Applied

Authors

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/sols.21301

Keywords:

theory and practice, SLA

Abstract

SLA Applied: Connecting theory and practice Brian Tomlinson and Hitomi Masuhara (2021) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 420. ISBN: 9781108471824 (hbk) ISBN: 9781108458535 (pbk) ISBN: 9781108559263 (eBook)

Author Biography

Ronald P Leow, Georgetown University

Ronald P. Leow is Professor of Applied Linguistics, Director of Spanish Language Instruction in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Georgetown University.  His areas of expertise include language curriculum development, teacher education, Instructed Language Learning, psycholinguistics, cognitive processes in language learning, research methodology, CALL, and writing/written corrective feedback.  Professor Leow has published extensively and has co-edited several books together with his single-authored 2015 book titled “Explicit learning in the L2 Classroom: A student-centered approach” (Routledge) and his edited Routledge Handbook of second language research in classroom learning that recently appeared in 2019.

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Published

2022-11-22

How to Cite

Leow, R. P. (2022). SLA Applied. Sociolinguistic Studies, 16(2-3), 345–354. https://doi.org/10.1558/sols.21301