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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

The International Research Foundation
   for English Language Education

(last updated 27 August 2010)

*Alwi, N. A. N. M., & Adams, R. (2009). TBLC and SCMC: How do students use communication strategies? Asian Journal of English Language Teaching, 19, 135-157.

*Bailey, K. M. (2010). Coathangers, cowboys and communication strategies: Seeking an identity as a proficiency foreign language learning. In D. Nunan and J. Choi (Eds.), Language and culture: Reflective narratives and the emergence of identity (pp. 14-22). New York, NY: Routledge.

*Bialystok, E. (1983). Some factors in the selection and implementation of communication strategies. In C. Færch & G. Kasper (Eds.), Strategies in interlanguage communication (pp. 100-118). Harlow, England: Longman.

*Bialystok, E. (1990). Communication strategies. Oxford: Blackwell.

*Bialystok, E., & Kellerman, E. (1987). Language strategies in the classroom.  In B. K.
            Das (Ed.), Communication and learning in the classroom community (pp. 160-
            175).  Singapore: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre. 

*Bongaerts, T., & Poulisse, N. (1989). Communication strategies in L1 and L2: Same
            or different? Applied Linguistics, 10, 253-268.

*Canale, M. (1983). From communicative competence to communicative language pedagogy.  In J. C. Richards & R. W. Schmidt (Eds.), Language and communication (pp. 2-27). Harlow, England: Longman. 

*Canale, M., & Swain, M. (1980). Theoretical bases of communicative approaches to second language teaching and testing. Applied Linguistics, 1, 1-47.

*Chen, S. Q. (1990). A study of communication strategies in interlanguage production
            by Chinese EFL learners. Language Learning, 40, 155-187. 

*Dörnyei, Z., & Thurrell, S. (1991). Strategic competence and how to teach it. ELT
            Journal, 45, 16-23.

*Dörnyei, Z., & Scott, M. (1997). Communication strategies in a second language: Definitions and taxonomies. Language Learning, 47, 173-210.

*Færch, C., & Kasper, G. (1983a). Plans and strategies in foreign language communication.
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*Færch, C., & Kasper, G. (1983b). On identifying communication strategies in
            interlanguage production. In C. Færch & G. Kasper (Eds.), Strategies in
            interlanguage communication (pp. 210-238).  Harlow, England: Longman.

*Færch, C., & Kasper, G. (1984). Two ways of defining communication strategies.
             Language Learning, 34, 45-63.

*Færch, C., & Kasper, G. (1986). Strategic competence in foreign language teaching.
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            language classroom (pp.179-193). Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.

*Galvan, J., & Campbell, R. N. (1979). The acquisition and use of Spanish and English as
            first and second languages. Rowley, MA: Newbury House.

*Kellerman, E. (1991). Compensatory strategies in second language research: A critique,
            a revision, and some (non-)implications for the classroom. In R. Phillipson, E.
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            language pedagogy research: A commemorative volume for Claus Færch (pp. 142
            161). Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters.

*Lafford, B. (2004). The effect of the context of learning on the use of communication strategies by learners of Spanish as a second language. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 26 201-225.

*Paribakht, T. (1985). Strategic competence and language proficiency. Applied Linguistics,
            6, 132-146.

*Paribakht, T. (1986). On the pedagogical relevance of strategic competence. TESL
            Canada Journal, 3, 53-66.

*Poulisse, N. (1987). Problems and solutions in the classification of compensatory
            strategies. Second Language Research, 3, 141-153.
*Poulisse, N. (1997). Compensatory strategies and the principles of clarity and economy. In G. Kasper & E. Kellerman (Eds.), Communication strategies: Psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic perspectives (pp. 49-64). London: Longman.
*Poulisse, N., & Schils, E. (1989). The influence of task- and proficiency-related factors
            on the use of communication strategies: A quantitative analysis. Language
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*Raupach, M. (1983). Analysis and evaluation of communication strategies.  In C. Færch
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*Rost, M., & Ross, S. (1991). Learner use of strategies in interaction: Typology and
            teachability. Language Learning, 41, 235-273.

*Rubin, J. (1987). Learner strategies: Theoretical assumptions, research history and
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*Tarone, E. (1977). Conscious communication strategies in interlanguage: A progress report.  In H. D. Brown, C. A. Yorio, & R. C. Crymes (Eds.), On TESOL ’77 (pp. 194-203). Washington, DC: TESOL.

*Tarone, E. (1980). Communication strategies, foreigner talk and repair in interlanguage.
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*Tarone, E. (1981). Some thoughts on the notion of ‘communication strategy.’ TESOL
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*Tarone, E. (1984). Teaching strategic competence in the foreign-language classroom. In S. J. Savignon & M. S. Berns (Eds.), Initiatives in communicative language teaching (pp. 127-136). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

*Willems, G. (1987). Communication strategies and their significance in foreign language
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*Wongsawang, P. (2001). Culture-specific notions in L2 communication strategies. Second Language Studies, 19, 111-135.

*Yule, G., & Tarone, E. (1990). Eliciting the performance of strategic competence. In R. C.
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*Yule, G., & Tarone, E. (1991). The other side of the page: Integrating the study of
            communication strategies and negotiated input in SLA. In R. Phillipson, E.
            Kellerman, L. Selinker, M. Sharwood Smith, & M. Swain (Eds.), Foreign/
            second language pedagogy research: A commemorative volume for Claus Færch (pp.162-171). Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters.

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