Slavic and Eurasian Studies

Lecture Foreign Language Acquisition in the Study Abroad Context: A Longitudinal Examination of L2/C2 Outcomes and Variation for U.S. Adult Learners of Russian

Wed, April 12, 2006 | Texas Governor's Room, Texas Union 3.116

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Scholarly and policy-level interest in the conditions affecting second language gain within the study abroad environment continues to attract the attention of researchers, but relatively little empirical work has been undertaken to date on L-2 gain at the superior level and above. The present study examines the roles of time-on-task, initial levels of proficiency, and program design on the attainment of superior-level proficiency in Russian during study abroad.

Sponsored by: CREEES, Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies

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