Modelling and assessing vocabulary knowledge /
Over the last 20 years vocabulary research has grown from a Cinderella subject to a position of some importance. Vocabulary is now considered integral to just about every aspect of language knowledge and is a lively and vital area of research and innovation. With this development have come standard...
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Cambridge University Press,
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- Editors' introduction. Conventions, terminology and an overview of the book / Helmut Daller, James Milton and Jeanine Treffers-Daller
- Fundamental issues in modelling and assessing vocabulary knowledge / Paul Nation
- Lexical profiles, learning styles and the construct validity of lexical size tests / James Milton
- Learners' response behaviour in Yes/No vocabulary tests / June Eyckmans, Hans Van de Velde, Roeland van Hout and Frank Boers
- Validity and threats to the validity of vocabulary measurement / Brian Richards and David Malvern
- Comparing measures of lexical richness / Roeland van Hout and Anne Vermeer
- Productive vocabulary tests and the search for concurrent validity / Tess Fitzpatrick
- Exploring measures of vocabulary richness in semi-spontaneous French speech / Françoise Tidball and Jeanine Treffers-Daller
- Lexical richness and the oral proficiency of Chinese EFL students / Helmut Daller and Huijuan Xue
- Implementing graph theory approaches to the exploration of density and structure in L1 and L2 word association networks / Clarissa Wilks and Paul Meara
- Insights into the structure of L1 and L2 vocabulary networks : intimations of small worlds / Ellen Schur
- Assessing vocabulary for the purpose of reading diagnosis / Hilde Hacquebord and Berend Stellingwerf
- The best of both worlds? Combined methodological approaches to the assessment of vocabulary in oral proficiency interviews / Nuria Lorenzo-Dus
- What is in a teacher's mind? Teacher ratings of EFL essays and different aspects of lexical richness / Helmut Daller and David Phelan.