In the month of July, we are re-running some of our favorite episodes from the first year of the podcast just in case you started listening recently or you always meant to go back and re-listen to a few of your favorites! We’ll be back with new episodes in August.
In episode 29, Stacey continues the conversation with Joe Barcroft, a professor and researcher specializing in vocabulary acquisition. His articles appear in journals such as Studies in Second Language Acquisition, Language Learning, The Modern Language Journal, Foreign Language Annals, and others. In this interview, we discuss his ten principles for vocabulary acquisition from his book Input-Based Incremental Vocabulary Instruction (2012, TESOL International Association).
This episode contains Part II of our conversation, and last week’s episode 28 contains Part I.
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You can purchase Input-Based Incremental Vocabulary Instruction by Joe Barcroft
You can find Profesor Barcroft online
De Groot study on classical music: De Groot A. M. B. (2006). Effects of stimulus characteristics and background music on foreign language vocabulary learning and forgetting. Language Learning, 56, 463–506.
You can listen to the first part of this conversation in episode 28
You can also listen to a discussion of retrieval practice in episode 25