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  • Authors: Le, Van Canh; Pham, Thi Hang (2019)

  • One of the controversial issues in second language acquisition research is the role of learners’ frst language in their second language learning. Traditionally, the frst language was assumed to get in the way or interfere with the learning of the L2, and therefore, the frst language must be banned in the foreign language classroom. However, this view has recently been reexamined and questioned by empirical studies conducted within the sociocultural perspectives. The goal of this paper is to provide new insights into the mediating role of the frst language by reviewing those studies. The paper suggests that L1, when appropriately and systematically used, can be an enabling tool t...

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  • IS A RED CARD FOR LEARNERS’ USE OF THEIR L1 IN L2 LESSONS FAIR A SOCIOCULTURAL ACCOUNT.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Le, Van Canh; Pham, Thi Hang (2019)

  • One of the controversial issues in second language acquisition research is the role of learners’ frst language in their second language learning. Traditionally, the frst language was assumed to get in the way or interfere with the learning of the L2, and therefore, the frst language must be banned in the foreign language classroom. However, this view has recently been reexamined and questioned by empirical studies conducted within the sociocultural perspectives. The goal of this paper is to provide new insights into the mediating role of the frst language by reviewing those studies. The paper suggests that L1, when appropriately and systematically used, can be an enabling tool t...