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The Role of Knowledge About the L2 Code in Adult Second Language Aquisition: A Review of Theories and Research
(Brock University, 1992)
This article reviews theories and research on the topic of the role of L2 code knowledge in adult second language acquisition. In the literature, this issue has been addressed from two main theoretical perspectives-cognitive ...
Adult literacy issues in Canada
(Cambridge University Press -Copyright holder: Cambridge University Press Http://journals.canbridge.org, 1992)
The relationship between the group and the individual and the acquisition of native speaker variation patterns: a preliminary study
(Mouton Publishers, 2004)
The relationship between group and individual has been explored within the variationist paradigm. In L1, group patterns of variation are replicated by the individual. Second language acquisition research is concerned with ...
Le français et l'anglais écrit des élèves franco-ontariens: analyse des erreurs contenues dans un échantillon de rédaction écrites par des élèves de 12ème et 13ème annees.
(The Ontario Ministry of Education, 1981)
A detailed analysis and inventory were made of the errors found in 200 essays in French and English written by Franco-Ontarian secondary school students. Analysis of the French essays identified nine high-frequency error ...
Inuit Discourse and Identity after the Advent of Nunavut
This report outlines the principal findings of a research project on Inuit discourse and identity since the advent of Nunavut, undertaken conjointly by Université Laval’s CIÉRA and Nunavut Arctic College’s (Nunatta Campus) ...
The social and historical context of minority French language school in Ontario
(Multilingual Matters & Channel View Publications, 1986)
This paper discusses the development of the minority French-speaking population in Ontario from its 17th century origin to the present day, focusing on the changing circumstances affecting minority French-language education. ...
Innu Oral Traditions Meet Schooling: New data on Outcomes
In light of a major study on educational outcomes, this paper explores how Aboriginal language dominance and virtually exclusive use of oral communications in one Aboriginal group has been affected by its interaction with ...
Brussels French une fois: Transfer-induced innovation or system-internal development
(Cambridge University Press - Copyright holder: Cambridge University Press - Http://journals.canbridge.org, 2005)
In language contact studies, specific features of the contact languages are often seen to be the result of transfer (interference), but it remains difficult to disentangle the role of intra-systemic and inter-systemic ...
Acquisition du français en situation minoritaire: Le cas des franco-ontariens
(CLE International; www.cle-inter.com, 1984)