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NEGOTIATED INTERACTION IN TARGET LANGUAGE CLASSROOMDISCOURSE.Jamila Boulima. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1999. Pp. xiv + 338.$79.00 cloth.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 September 2001

Alison Mackey
Affiliation:
Georgetown University

Abstract

The topic of this book, part of a new series published by Benjamins entitled Pragmatics and beyond, is negotiated interaction. It begins with a lengthy introduction to the subject matter, and then presents an empirical study of negotiated interaction in English as a foreign language classrooms in Morocco. The first two chapters (a third of the text) seek to operationalize interaction and define the role of negotiated interaction in second language acquisition (SLA). These chapters are useful in the sense that they provide a fairly comprehensive review of the literature prior to 1991. However, the field has come a long way since that time, and a decade of crucial work is missing from this 1999 book.

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