Portland State University. Department of Applied Linguistics
Date of Publication
Master of Arts (M.A.) in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Second language acquisition, Interaction analysis in education, Social role, Language and languages -- Study and teaching
1 online resource (261 p.)
The purpose of this thesis is to investigate what effect, if any, the social roles between second language learners and their conversational partners have on the types and frequencies of the following discourse categories: (a) input interactional modifications (b) corrections of language learners' linguistic errors by others and (c) language learners' production of comprehensible output. This study also seeks to corroborate previous research findings with regards to negotiation of meaning interactions (Pica, 1988; Pica, Holliday, Lewis & Morgenthaler, 1989) and other-corrections of language learners' linguistic errors (Chun, Day, Chenoweth & Luppescu, 1982).
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Morgan, Larry Douglas, "Effects of participant roles on input interactions and comprehensible output" (1992). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 4431.