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Task Variation in Interlanguage Performance: Does ot Affect Monitoring? A Review of Theory, Empirical Evicence and Results

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Title:Task Variation in Interlanguage Performance: Does ot Affect Monitoring? A Review of Theory, Empirical Evicence and Results
Authors:Hull, Jonathan
Contributors:University of Hawaii at Manoa. Department of English as a Second Language. (department)
Date Issued:1986
Abstract:The issue discussed in this paper is whether task variation affects the degree of monitoring in the interlanguage of the second language learner. We will begin with a discussion of task variation and go on to consider theoretical issues relating to monitoring. There will then be a critical review of some recent research on task variation in interlanguage and this will be followed by a look at methodological considerations. Finally, the major results of the research and possible future directions will be discussed.
Pages/Duration:18 pages
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/38587
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