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Susan Gass

portrait de Susan Gass

(United States )

Distinguished Professor of Linguistics at Michigan State University, former president of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) and l'Association internationale de linguistique appliquée (AILA), associate editor of the leading SLA journal Studies in Second Language Acquisition, Sue Gass is a key scholar in second language research.

Gass proposes a cognitive model of second language acquisition involving a six-step process:

  1. input
  2. apperception
  3. comprehension
  4. intake
  5. integration
  6. output

Her contribution to the field involves extensive research of the Interaction hypothesis.

Activities

  1. Read and reflect: Applying research to practice
  2. Watch: Class 101

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