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Book: Individual Differences and Processing Instruction

Chapter: 8. The Effects of Processing Instruction and Traditional Instruction on Two Different School-age Learners: The Case of English Present Simple Tense Third Person Singular

DOI: 10.1558/equinox.21686


The aim of the present study is to investigate the extent to which two different approaches to grammar instruction affect young learners of different ages in the acquisition of a specific grammatical feature, namely the third singular person of the English present simple tense.

Chapter Contributors

  • Marina Mavrantoni ( - mavrantoni) 'University of Athens'
  • Alessandro G. Benati ( - book-auth-276) 'University of Greenwich'