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Dr Andrea Revesz

Formerly at Lancaster University

Andrea Revesz

PhD supervision

I am interested in supervising PhD students in the area of second language acquisition, in particular, the roles of tasks, input, interaction, and individual differences in SLA.

Current Teaching

I will be teaching on the following courses in the 2011/2012 academic year:

  1. Instructed Second Language Acquisition
  2. Language Acquisition and Language Origins
  3. Pedagogical Grammar
  4. Research Methods
  5. Research Issues in Applied Linguistics
  6. Second Language Acquisition

Courses I have previously taught include: Introduction to Language Teaching at Lancaster; Classroom Practices/Practicum and Introduction to Second Language Acquisition at Columbia University;Introduction to Second Language Acquisition and Bilingualism, Theories in Second Language Acquisition, Research Methods in Applied Linguistics, Task-based Language Teaching, and EFL/ESL Materials Design at Georgetown University.

Research Interests

My research interests lie at the interface of second language acquisition (SLA) and second language instruction, particularly the roles of tasks, input, interaction, and individual differences in SLA. Currently, I am working on projects investigating task-related variables, different forms of instructional interventions, and individual differences in relation to L2 learning processes and outcomes.

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