Elizabeth Gatbonton
Elizabeth Gatbonton
Concordia Uninversity
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Investigating experienced ESL teachers' pedagogical knowledge
E Gatbonton
Canadian Modern Language Review 56 (4), 585-616, 2000
Rethinking communicative language teaching: A focus on access to fluency
E Gatbonton, N Segalowitz
Canadian Modern Language Review 61 (3), 325-353, 2005
Creative automatization: Principles for promoting fluency within a communicative framework
E Gatbonton, N Segalowitz
TESOL quarterly 22 (3), 473-492, 1988
Looking beyond teachers' classroom behaviour: Novice and experienced ESL teachers' pedagogical knowledge
E Gatbonton
Language Teaching Research 12 (2), 161-182, 2008
How effective are recasts? The role of attention, memory, and analytical ability
P Trofimovich, A Ammar, E Gatbonton
Conversational interaction in second language acquisition: A collection of …, 2007
Learners' ethnic group affiliation and L2 pronunciation accuracy: A sociolinguistic investigation
E Gatbonton, P Trofimovich, M Magid
TESOL quarterly 39 (3), 489-511, 2005
Repetition and focus on form in processing L2 Spanish words: Implications for pronunciation instruction
P Trofimovich, E Gatbonton
The Modern Language Journal 90 (4), 519-535, 2006
Patterned phonetic variability in second-language speech: A gradual diffusion model
E Gatbonton
Canadian Modern Language Review 34 (3), 335-347, 1978
Ethnocentrism, cultural traits, beliefs, and English proficiency: A Japanese sample
K Hinenoya, E Gatbonton
The Modern Language Journal 84 (2), 225-240, 2000
The ethnic group affiliation and L2 proficiency link: Empirical evidence
E Gatbonton, P Trofimovich
Language Awareness 17 (3), 229-248, 2008
Automaticity and lexical skills in second language fluency: Implications for computer assisted language learning
N Segalowitz, E Gatbonton
Computer Assisted Language Learning 8 (2-3), 129-149, 1995
Cultural orientation and the study of foreign literature
EC Gatbonton, GR Tucker
TESOL quarterly, 137-143, 1971
9. Links between Ethnolinguistic Affiliation, Self-related Motivation and Second Language Fluency: Are They Mediated by Psycholinguistic Variables?
N Segalowitz, E Gatbonton, P Trofimovich
Motivation, language identity and the L2 self, 172-192, 2009
A dynamic look at L2 phonological learning: Seeking processing explanations for implicational phenomena
P Trofimovich, E Gatbonton, N Segalowitz
Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 407-448, 2007
Systematic variations in second language speech: a sociolinguistic study.
E Gatbonton
Feeling affect in a second language: The role of word recognition automaticity
N Segalowitz, P Trofimovich, E Gatbonton, A Sokolovskaya
The Mental Lexicon 3 (1), 47-71, 2008
Ethnic group affiliation and patterns of development of a phonological variable
E Gatbonton, P Trofimovich, N Segalowitz
The Modern Language Journal 95 (2), 188-204, 2011
Studies of the nonfluent bilingual
N Segalowitz, E Gatbonton
Bilingualism: Psychological and social implications, 77-90, 1977
Air traffic communication in a second language: Implications of cognitive factors for training and assessment
C Farris, P Trofimovich, N Segalowitz, E Gatbonton
Tesol Quarterly 42 (3), 397-410, 2008
Preparing and implementing a task-based ESL curriculum in an EFL setting: Implications for theory and practice
E Gatbonton
TESL Canada Journal, 09-29, 1994
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