M. Luz Celaya

List of John Benjamins publications for which M. Luz Celaya plays a role.


Barón, Júlia, M. Luz Celaya and Mayya Levkina 2020 Learning pragmatics through tasks: When interaction plays a roleApplied Pragmatics 2:1, pp. 1–25 | Article
This study aims at examining the benefits of teaching L2 pragmatics with the use of tasks. The participants were 50 Catalan/Spanish bilingual students (aged 12–14) from three intact classes who were learners of English as a Foreign Language and with an upper-intermediate level of proficiency. The… read more
Barón, Júlia and M. Luz Celaya 2010 Developing pragmatic fluency in an EFL contextEUROSLA Yearbook: Volume 10 (2010), Roberts, Leah, Martin Howard, Muiris Ó Laoire and David Singleton (eds.), pp. 38–61 | Article
Studies on pragmatic development, especially on the development of pragmatic fluency, are still scarce in the area of Interlanguage Pragmatics. The present study analyses whether EFL learners (N = 144), from Primary to University levels, who have not been instructed in pragmatics nevertheless show… read more
Navés, Teresa, Maria Rosa Torras and M. Luz Celaya 2003 Long-term effects of an earlier start: An analysis of EFL written productionEUROSLA Yearbook: Volume 3 (2003), Foster-Cohen, Susan H. and Simona Pekarek Doehler (eds.), pp. 103–129 | Article
The aim of this paper is to analyse the development of the written production of six groups of learners (N=520) in a formal instruction setting and to investigate the effects of onset and age on the levels of attainment in writing performance. The written production was measured after 200, 416 and… read more
Celaya, M. Luz, Maria Rosa Torras and Carmen Pérez-Vidal 2001 Short and mid-term effects of an earlier start: An analysis of EFL written productionEUROSLA Yearbook: Volume 1 (2001), Foster-Cohen, Susan H. and Anna Nizegorodcew (eds.), pp. 195–209 | Article
Most studies concerning the issue of age have focused on the language outcomes of subjects who started acquiring a second language during childhood, or later on during adolescence or adulthood in naturalistic contexts. However, relatively few studies have been concerned with school contexts where… read more