Rethinking for Second Language Speaking

  • Natalia Sáez
  • Published 2015

Abstract

Slobin’s (1996) thinking for speaking hypothesis has been recently adopted by second language researchers as a valuable lens from which to examine the complexities of possible conceptual restructuring during interlanguage development. This paper reviews a sample of studies analyzing the linguistic and conceptual patterns observed in second language learners… (More)

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