The Routledge Handbook of Vocabulary Studies (inbunden)
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Webb, Stuart (ed.)
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The Routledge Handbook of Vocabulary Studies (inbunden)

The Routledge Handbook of Vocabulary Studies

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The Routledge Handbook of Vocabulary Studies provides a cutting-edge survey of current scholarship in this area. Divided into four sections, which cover understanding vocabulary; approaches to teaching and learning vocabulary; measuring knowledge of vocabulary; and key issues in teaching, researching, and measuring vocabulary, this Handbook: * brings together a wide range of approaches to learning words to provide clarity on how best vocabulary might be taught and learned; * provides a comprehensive discussion of the key issues and challenges in vocabulary studies, with research taken from the past 40 years; * includes chapters on both formulaic language as well as single-word items; * features original contributions from a range of internationally renowned scholars as well as academics at the forefront of innovative research. The Routledge Handbook of Vocabulary Studies is an essential text for those interested in teaching, learning, and researching vocabulary.
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"This is an outstanding contribution to the field of second language vocabulary acquisition. It is full of state-of-the-art articles by all the leading researchers and theorists in the field. This book should be recommended reading for researchers, practitioners and administrators interested in understanding how a second language vocabulary is learnt." Rob Waring, Notre Dame Seishin University, Japan "The relatively young field of vocabulary studies has recently developed and widened to such an extent that a volume covering all its subdomains was badly needed. This volume brings us up to date with 35 contributions, written by among the best experts in the world, competently edited by Stuart Webb, one of the most prominent researchers in this field. There is simply no good reason not to consult this volume." Jan Hulstijn, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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Stuart Webb is Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. His research interests include vocabulary studies, extensive reading and listening, and language learning through watching television.


List of figures List of tables List of contributors Acknowledgements 1 Introduction Stuart Webb Part I UNDERSTANDING VOCABULARY 2 The different aspects of vocabulary knowledge Paul Nation 3 Classifying and identifying formulaic language David Wood 4 An overview of conceptual models and thories of lexical representation in the mental lexicon Brigitta Doczi 5 The relationship between vocabulary knowledge and language proficiency David D. Qian and Linda Lin 6 Frequency as a guide for vocabulary usefulness: High-, mid- and low-frequency words Laura Vilkaite-Lozdiene and Norbert Schmitt 7 Academic vocabulary Averil Coxhead 8 Technical vocabulary Dilin Liu and Lei Lei 9 Factors affecting the learning of single word items Elke Peters 10 Factors affecting the learning of multiword items Frank Boers 11 Learning single words vs. multiword items Ana Pellicer-Sanchez 12 Processing single- and multi-word items Kathy Conklin 13 L1 and L2 vocabulary size and growth Imma Miralpeix 14 How does vocabulary fit into theories of second language learning? Judit Kormos Part APPROACHES TO TEACHING AND LEARNING VOCABULARY 15 Incidental vocabulary learning Stuart Webb 16 Intentional L2 vocabulary learning Seth Lindstromberg 17 Approaches to learning vocabulary inside the classroom Jonathan Newton 18 Strategies for learning vocabulary Peter Yongqi Gu 19 Corpus-based wordlists in second language vocabulary research, learning, and teaching Thi Ngoc Yen Dang 20 Learning words with flashcards and wordcards Tatsuya Nakata 21 Resources for learning single-word items Oliver Ballance and Tom Cobb 22 Resources for learning multi-word items Fanny Meunier 23 Evaluating exercises for learning vocabulary Batia Laufer Part III MEASURING KNOWLEDGE OF VOCABULARY 24 Measuring depth of vocabulary knowledge Akifumi Yanagisawa and Stuart Webb 25 Measuring knowledge of multiword items Henrik Gyllstad 26 Measuring vocabulary learning progress Benjamin Kremmel 27 Measuring the ability to learn words Yosuke Sasao 28 Sensitive measures of vocabulary knowledge and processing: Expanding Nation's framework Aline Godfroid 29 Measuring lexical richness Kristopher Kyle Part IV KEY ISSUES IN TEACHING, RESEARCHING, AND MEASURING VOCABULARY 30 Key issues in teaching single word items Joe Barcroft 31 Key issues in teaching multiword items Brent Wolter 32 Single, but not unrelated: Key issues in teaching single word items Tessa Spatgens and Rob Schoonen 33 Key issues in researching multiword items Anna Siyanova-Chanturia and Taha Omidian 34 Key issues in measuring vocabulary knowledge John Read 35 Resources for researching vocabulary Laurence Anthony Index