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Qualitative Approaches to Classroom Research with English Language ...

applied linguistics today (e.g., Bailey & Nunan, 1996; Davis & Lazaraton, 1995; Duff, 2002b; Lazaraton, 2000, 2003). Naturally, quantitative research still plays an

Quantitative Research Design for Language and Linguistics

Educational Researcher, 34 (8) 14-20. Lazaraton, A. (2000). Current Trends in Research Methodology and Statistics in Applied Linguistics. TESOL Quarterly, 34 (1) 175-181.

CHAPTER 7 A meta-synthesis of qualitative research on effective ...

In a 1995 special issue of the TESOL quarterly, Lazaraton (1995) suggested that the number and quality of qualitative studies in second language learning was

VIDEO RECORDING IN ETHNOGRAPHIC SLA RESEARCH: SOME ISSUES OF ...

process of second language acquisition within the socio-cultural context in which it occurs (Lazaraton, 1995) -- whether it be in the classroom (e.g., Duff, 1995; Ohta ...

Fall 2004 Prof. Jane Zuengler

Rdg: Lazaraton; Peck; Goodwin Week 6 TEACHING READING 10/5; 10/7 Rdg: Ediger; Weinstein; Grabe and Stoller Week 7 TEACHING WRITING 10/12; 10/14

Cognitive and Sociocultural Perspectives: T wo Parallel SLA Worlds?

Lazaraton, A. (2003). Evaluative criteria for qualitative research in applied linguis-tics: Whose criteria and whose research? Modern Language Journal, 87, 1Ð12.

LLT 307 – Methods of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Lazaraton Th 2/26 Continued NOTE: Online discussion – class does not meet Goodwin Peck ANGEL discussion 2 Tu 3/3 Interaction in ESL classrooms

1 Menard-Warwick, J. (in press). The cultural and int ercultural ...

1.5 immigrant students. Finally, Lazaraton (2003) emphasizes a lack of cultural knowledge in chronicling NNESTs’ attempts to answer ESL student questions.

Cur rent Perspectives on T eaching the Four Skills

matics (Hinkel, 2001; Lazaraton, 2001; McCarthy & OÕKeeffe, 2004). Integrated and multiskill instruction usually follows the principles of

The focus group interview

however, have tended to lean heavily towards the quantitative paradigm (Lazaraton 2000; Seedhouse 2005). Thus, the impact of the focus group interview as a research tool