I have been following Chris Jones on twitter for about 5 years now and always found his work interesting. He is a researcher working in corpus linguistics with a special focus on spoken corpora and instructed second language acquisition. He recently edited a book on “Practice in second language learning”.
You can also check out the other articles we mention below:
- Burton, G. (2019). The canon of pedagogical grammar for ELT: a mixed methods study of its evolution, development and comparison with evidence on learner output. Unpublished PhD thesis, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick.
- Crewe, W. J. (1990). The illogic of logical connectives. ELTJ (44)4 pp. 316-325
- Michel. M. (2018). Practising online with your peers: The role of text-chat for second language development. In n C.Jones (ed.).Practice in second language learning (pp.164-196). Cambridge University Press.
- Zyzik,E ., & Marques Pascual, L. (2018). Practice with formulaic sequences: Can it promote the incidental learning of grammar? In C.Jones (ed.).Practice in second language learning (pp.55-78). Cambridge University Press
- Sinclair, J. (1991). Corpus, concordance, collocation. Oxford University Press. Jones, C., Byrne, S., & Halenko, N. (2018). Successful spoken English: Findings form learner corpora. Routledge.
- Jarvis, H., & Achilleos. M. (2013). From computer-assisted language learning (CALL) to mobile assisted language use. TESL E-Journal, 16(4), 1-18.
- Jones, C ., & Waller D (2010). If only it were true: the problem with the four conditionals. ELT Journal, 65(1), 24-32.
- Jones, C. (Ed.)(2018). Practice in second language learning. Cambridge University Press. Halenko, N. (2018). Using computer-assisted language tools to enhance output practice. In C.Jones (ed.).Practice in second language learning (pp.137-163). Cambridge University Press.