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Lantolf, J. P. (2000). Introducing sociocultural theory.  In Sociocultural theory and second language learning. Oxford: OUP. PDF

Lantolf, J. P. & Thorne, S. L. (2006). Sociocultural Theory and Second Language Acquisition. In. B. van Patten & J. Williams (eds.), Explaining Second Language Acquisition (pp. 201-224). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. PDF

Swain, M. (2000). The output hypothesis and beyond: Mediating acquisition through collaborative dialogue. In JP Lantolf (ed.) Sociocultural Theory and Second Language Learning (pp. 97-114). Oxford: Oxford University Press. PDF

Swain, M. (2006). Verbal protocols: What does it mean for research to use speaking as a data collection tool? In M. Chalhoub-Deville, C. Chapelle, & P. Duff (Eds.), Inference and generalizability in applied linguistics: Multiple perspectives (pp. 97-113). Amsterdam: John Benjamin Publishing Company. PDF


Library resources

Swain, M. and Deters, P. (2007), “New” Mainstream SLA Theory: Expanded and Enriched. The Modern Language Journal, 91: 820–836.

Swain, M., Kinnear, P., & Steinman, L. (2010). Sociocultural theory in second language education: An introduction through narratives.  Multlingual Matters.


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