School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies

Vocabulary and Speaking

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Learning Through Speaking in L1

Bradac, J.J., Davies, R.A., Courtright, J.A., Desmond, R.J. and Murdock, J.I. (1977) Richness of vocabulary: an attributional analysis. Psychological Reports 41: 1131-1134. [13.1]

Eller, R. G., Pappas, C. C. and Brown, E. (1988) The lexical development of kindergarteners: learning from written context. Journal of Reading Behavior 20, 1: 5-24. [13.1]

Leung, C.B. (1992) Effects of word-related variables on vocabulary growth through repeated read-aloud events. In C.K. Kinzer & D.J. Leu (Eds.) Literacy Research, Theory, and Practice: Views From Many Perspectives, (Forty-first Yearbook of The National Reading Conference). Chicago: National Reading Conference,: 491-498. [13.1]

Leung, C.B. and Pikulski, J.J. (1990) Incidental learning of word meanings by kindergarten and first-grade children through repeated read aloud events. In J. Zutell, S. McCormick, M. Connolly, & P. O’Keefe (Eds.) Literacy Theory and Research: Analyses From Multiple Perspectives. (Thirty-ninth yearbook of the National Reading Conference). Chicago: National Reading Conference: 231-239. [13.1]

Stahl, S.A. and Vancil, Sandra J. (1986) Discussion is what makes semantic maps work in vocabulary instruction. The Reading Teacher 40, 1: 62-67. [13.1]

Stenstrom, A. (1990) Lexical items peculiar to spoken discourse. In J. Svartvik (ed) The London-Lund Corpus of Spoken English: Description and Research. Lund Studies in English 82. Lund University Press, Lund: 137-175. [13.1]

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Learning Through Speaking in L2

Altman, R. (1997) Oral production of vocabulary: a case study. In Coady and Huckin: 69-97. [13.2]

Hall, S.J. (1992) Using split information tasks to learn Mathematics vocabulary. Guidelines 14, 1: 72-77. [13.2]

Hall, S.J. (1991) . The effect of split information tasks on the acquisition of mathematics vocabulary Unpublished M.A. thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. [13.2]

Huang Xiao-hua and van Naerssen, M. (1987) Learning strategies for oral communication. Applied Linguistics 8, 3: 287-307. [13.2]

Joe, A, Nation, P. and Newton, J. (1996) Speaking activities and vocabulary learning. English Teaching Forum 34, 1: 2-7. [13.2]

Joe, A. (1998) What effects do text-based tasks promoting generation have on incidental vocabulary acquisition? Applied Linguistics 19, 3: 357-377. [13.2]

Joe, A. (1995) Text-based tasks and incidental vocabulary learning. Second Language Research 11, 2: 149-158. [13.2]

Joe, A. (1995) The value of retelling activities for vocabulary learning. Guidelines 17, 1: 1-8. [13.2]

Joe, A. (1994) . Generative use and vocabulary learning Unpublished MA thesis, Victoria University of Wellington. [13.2]

Jordan, R.R. (1990) Pyramid discussions. ELT Journal 44, 1: 46-54. [13.2]

Knight, T. (1996) Learning vocabulary through shared tasks. The Language Teacher 20, 1: 24-29. [13.2]
Lameta-Tufuga, E.U. (1994) . Using the Samoan language for academic learning tasks Unpublished MA thesis. Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. [13.2]

Moerk, E.L. (1972) Principles of dyadic interaction in language learning.. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 18: 229-257. [13.2]

Nation, I.S.P. (1991) Managing group discussion: problem-solving tasks. Guidelines 13, 1: 1-10. [13.2]

Nation, I.S.P. (1977) The combining arrangement: some techniques. Modern Language Journal 61, 3: 89-94. [13.2]

Newton, J. (1995) Task-based interaction and incidental vocabulary learning: a case study. Second Language Research 11, 2: 159-177. [13.2]

Newton, J. (1993) . The relationship between pedagogic tasks, interaction and language learning Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Victoria University of Wellington. [13.2]

Newton, J. (forthcoming) The influence of task type on qualitative differences in negotiation of meaning in non-native native interaction. In J. Deen, and L. Holliday (eds) Interaction and Negotiation of Meaning in a Second Language. [13.2]

O'Loughlin, K. (1995) Lexical density in candidate output on direct and semi-indirect versions of an oral proficiency test. Language Testing 12, 2: 217-237. [13.2]

Palmberg, R. (1983) On the use of lexical avoidance strategies in foreign-language communication. In Ringbom: 146-154. [13.2]

Palmer, H.E. (1925) Conversation. In Smith (1999): 185-191. [13.2]

Poulisse, N. (1993) A theoretical account of lexical communication strategies. In Schreuder and Weltens: 157-189. [13.2]

Simcock, M. (1993) Developing productive vocabulary using the `Ask and Answer' technique. Guidelines 15, 2: 1-7. [13.2]

West, M. (1960) Learning English as behaviour. ELT Journal 15, 1: 3-11. [13.2]

West, M. (1949) Vocabulary selection for speech and writing. ELT Journal 4, 1: 17-21. [13.2]

West, M. (1949) Vocabulary selection for speech and writing. ELT Journal 4, 2: 41-45. [13.2]

West, M. (1949) Vocabulary selection for speech and writing. ELT Journal 4, 3: 62-67. [13.2]

Woodeson, E. (1982) Communicative crosswords. Modern English Teacher l0, 2: 29-30. [13.2]

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