Andrew Lee

Associate Professor, Applied Linguistics

PhD (McGill University)

Office: MCD 350G
Phone: 905-688-5550 (#4313)

Andrew Lee is Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics at Brock University. His program of research focuses generally on instructed second language (L2) acquisition and specifically on the following topics: (a) the effectiveness of various instructional techniques including form-focused instruction and corrective feedback in L2 classroom settings; (b) L2 pronunciation instruction and its effects on the acquisition of L2 phonological, lexical, and morphological targets; and (c) the impact of individual differences such as age and executive function skills in L2 instruction. His research interests also explore L2 research methodology, particularly classroom-based L2 research and quantitative methods. His work is published in several refereed journals and presented at refereed scholarly meetings [Google Scholar].

  • Instructed second language acquisition
  • Second language pronunciation instruction
  • Corrective feedback
  • Form-focused instruction
  • Individual differences in classroom settings
  • Classroom-based second language research methodology