School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies

Vocabulary and Listening

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Learning Through Listening in L1

Brett, A., Rothlein, L. and Hurley, M. (1996) Vocabulary acquisition from listening to stories and explanations of target words. The Elementary School Journal 96, 4: 415-422. [12.1]

Derwing, T.M. (1989) Information type and its relation to non-native speaker comprehension. Language Learning 39, 2: 157-172. [12.1]

Dickinson, D.K. and Smith, M.W. (1994) Long-term effects of pre-school teachers' book readings on low-income children's vocabulary and story comprehension. Reading Research Quarterly 29: 104-122. [12.1]

Elley, W.B. (1989) Vocabulary acquisition from listening to stories. Reading Research Quarterly 24, 2: 174-187. [12.1]

Elley, W.B. (1988) New vocabulary: How do children learn new words? Set - Research Information for Teachers, Item 10 No.1. [12.1]

Elley, W.B. (1985) What do children learn from being read to? SET NZCER: 1. [12.1]

Penno, J.F., Wilkinson, I.A.G. and Moore, D.W. (Forthcoming) Vocabulary acquisition from teacher explanation and repeated listening to stories: Do they overcome the Matthew effect? . [12.1]

Rice, M.L. and Woodsmall, L. (1988) Lessons from television: Children's word learning when viewing. Child Development 59: 420-429. [12.1]

Senechal, M., Thomas, E., and Monker, J. (1995) Individual differences in 4-year-old children's acquisition of vocabulary during schoolbook reading. Journal of Educational Psychology 87, 2: 218-229. [12.1]

Stahl, S.A. and Clark, C.H. (1987) The effects of participatory expectations in classroom discussion on the learning of science vocabulary. American Educational Research Journal 24, 4: 541-545. [12.1]

Stahl, S.A., Richek, M.A., and Vandevier, R.J. (1991) Learning meaning vocabulary through listening: A sixth-grade replication. In J. Zutell, S. McCormick, with the editorial assistance of L.L.A. Caton, & P. O’Keefe (Eds.) Learner Factors/ Teacher Factors: Issues in Literacy Research and Instruction (Fortieth yearbook of the National Reading Conference). Chicago: National Reading Conference: 185-192. [12.1]

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Learning Through Listening in L2

Bonk, W. (In press) L2 lexical knowledge and listening comprehension. . [12.2]

Ellis, R. (1995) Modified oral input and the acquisition of word meanings. Applied Linguistics 16, 4: 409-441. [12.2]

Ellis, R. (1994) Factors in the incidental acquisition of second language vocabulary from oral input: a review essay. Applied Language Learning 5, 1: 1-32. [12.2]

Ellis, R. and He X. (1999) The roles of modified input and output in the incidental acquisition of word meanings. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 21: 285-301. [12.2]

Ellis, R. and Heimbach, R. (1997) Bugs and birds: children's acquisition of second language vocabulary through interaction. System 25, 2: 247-259. [12.2]

Ellis, R., Tanaka, Y. and Yamazaki, A. (1994) Classroom interaction, comprehension and the acquisition of L2 word meanings. Language Learning 44, 3: 449-491. [12.2]

Gary, J.D. and N.G. (1981) Caution: talking may be dangerous for your linguistic health. IRAL 19, 1: l-13. [12.2]

Johnson, G.B. (1980) Lexis through listening. Guidelines 3: 69-72. [12.2]

Kelly, P. (1991) Lexical ignorance: the main obstacle to listening comprehension with advanced foreign language learners. IRAL 29, 2: 135-149. [12.2]

Slimani, A. (1989) Learning words from classroom discourse. In Meara: 79-93. [12.2]

West, M. (1953) The technique of reading aloud to a class. ELT Journal 8, 1: 21-24. [12.2]

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