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(Jessica Williams, Jacqueline Evans); "The Role of Focus-on-Form Tasks in Promoting Child L2 Acquisition" (Birgit Harley); "The Importance of Timing on Focus on Form" (Patsy M. Lightbown); and "Pedagogical Choices in Focus on Form" (Catherine Doughty, Jessica Williams). Contains references. (MSE)Cited by: Recent studies suggest that focus-on-form (FonF) instruction has a positive effect on the second language proficiency of young learners. However, few have looked at learner perspectives on different FonF tasks, particularly in those young by: The role of focus-on-form tasks in promoting child L2 acquisition. In C. Doughty & J. Williams (Eds.), Focus on form in classroom: Second language acquisitionFile Size: KB. Promoting noticing and SLA: The effect of focus-on-form tasks on the acquisition of a Japanese conditional “to”: Input, output, and “task-essentialness.” Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Georgetown University, Washington, DC. Planning and focus on form in L2 oral performance. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 21, 1,
e role of form-focused tasks in promoting child L2 acquisition. In Focus on Form in Class room Second La nguage Acq uisition, C. Dough ty & J. W i lliams (eds), – Harley, B. () ‘The role of focus-on-form tasks in promoting child L2 acquisition.’ In Doughty, C. and Williams, J. (eds) Focus on Form in Classroom Second Language Acquisition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. task), a communicative behavior resulting from this learning environment (task-based L2 performance), and Second Language Acquisition (task-based L2 learning). As LONG and Crookes () have stated: It should be possible to build up a multi-dimensional classification, organizing tasks in terms of their potential for second. Williams, in whose book it was suggested that Focus on Form, or directing learner considerations can be utilized by language teachers using Focus on Form to promote noticing of grammatical forms. The final topic is therefore how prominent teaching level of attention that is required for L2 acquisition and the role of conscious awareness.
Focus on form overtly draws students’ attention to linguistic elements as they arise incidentally in lessons whose overriding focus is on meaning or communication. () The role of focus-on-form tasks in promoting child L2 acquisition. In C. Doughty. & J. Williams (Eds) () Focus on form in classroom second language acquisition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Studies in Second Language Acquisition Harley, B. (). The Role of Focus-on-form Tasks in Promoting Child L2 Acquisition. In C. W. Doughty & J. Williams (eds), Focus on Form in Classroom Second Language Acquisition, Cambridge: Cambridge University . The focus on form approach to second language (L2) teaching has inspired a large body of research in the ﬁeld of instructed L2 acquisition. Motivated by Long’sinteractionhypothesis,thisapproachpositsthatdrawinglearners’atten-tion to linguistic elements while engaging in meaningful interaction facilitates.