This text presents an introductory survey of current theoretical
perspectives on second language learning. Written as a successor
text to McLaughlin's "Theories of Second Language Learning", it
focuses individual chapters on major schools in SLL theory. These
offer both introductory summaries and outlines of different
theoretical perspectives with an element of evaluation to the area
explored. A broad range of issues is spanned and full consideration
is given to: the "functionalist" work of the European Science
Foundation project team; "connectionism", a recent arrival within
the "psychological" perspective; and recent attempts to apply
contemporary sociocultural theories to SLA.
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