Interactional routines as a mechanism for L2 acquisition and socialization in an immersion context

@article{Kanagy1999InteractionalRA,
  title={Interactional routines as a mechanism for L2 acquisition and socialization in an immersion context},
  author={Ruth Kanagy},
  journal={Journal of Pragmatics},
  year={1999},
  volume={31},
  pages={1467-1492}
}
  • Ruth Kanagy
  • Published 1999
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Pragmatics
Abstract Language learning cannot be separated from the setting in which it is used, and language socialization research has shown that children acquire sociocultural knowledge of their native language (L1) through participation in language mediated activities in the home and community. How do young children with already established sociocultural competence in L1 acquire competency in second language (L2) interactional skills? This study examines how kindergartners are socialized to initiate… Expand
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