First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"The articles appearing in this collection offer a fresh conceptualization of the classroom as a dynamic environment in which to conduct L2 research." -- French Review
Introduction, Making the Transition from Language to ,The "Think-Aloud" Procedure as a Diagnostic and Learning Tool for Second-Language Learners, Cognitive Aspects of Personality and Listening Comprehension, Task Variation and Repair in the Foreign Language Classroom, Applying Discourse Analysis to Students' Videotaped Performances: A Recent Methodology, a New Beginning, Stimulating the Right Brain in the Second-Language Classroom, Responding to Foreign-Language Student Writing: Expanding Our Options, La production ecrite en langue seconde par le recueil de textes, Arabic as a Foreign Language: Bringing Diglossia into the Classroom, Acquisition of Pragmatic Rules: The Gap between What die Language Textbooks Present and How Learners Perform, The Linguistic Effect of Foreign Language Learning on the Development of Mother Tongue Skills, The Development of the Japanese Speaking Test and the Preliminary Japanese Speaking Test, Reinventing "Grammar" for Foreign Language Textbooks, Epilogue: Directions for Future Research in Foreign Languages From Control to Chaos: Reflections on an "Unstylish" Research Paradigm.