Learning & Teaching Foreign Languages

Mike Long

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(United Kingdom )

Currently professor of second language acquisition, University of Maryland, Mike Long wrote his doctoral disseration in linguistics at the University of California Los Angeles in 1980 on Input, interaction and second language acquisition.  He was part of an extraordinarily productive research team in the Department of ESL (now second language studies) at the University of Hawai'i, alongside important figures such as Richard Schmidt (noticing) and Robert Bley-Vroman (interlanguage).  His research interests include age constraints on second language learning and task-based learning.


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