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作者 García Mayo, María del Pilar
書名 Contemporary Approaches to Second Language Acquisition
出版項 Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2013
©2013
國際標準書號 9789027272225 (electronic bk.)
9789027205254
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (279 pages)
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系列 AILA Applied Linguistics Series
AILA Applied Linguistics Series
附註 Contemporary Approaches to Second Language Acquisition -- Editorial page -- Title page -- LCC data -- Dedication page -- Table of contents -- Acknowledgments -- Foreword -- Introduction -- References -- Chapter 1. What is easy and what is hard to acquire in a second language -- Introduction -- Language architecture and the location of functional morphology -- Syntax is easier than functional morphology -- Relative difficulty of syntax for native and non-native speakers -- The syntax-semantics interfaces -- The syntax-discourse interface -- The semantics-pragmatics interface -- Taking stock -- Implications for teaching -- References -- Chapter 2. Systemic Functional approaches to second language acquisition in school settings* -- The role of Systemic Functional linguistics (SFL) in second/foreign language acquisition -- Applications of SFL to the study of foreign language acquisition and development in school contexts -- Applying Halliday's protolanguage taxonomy to second language learners' functional language at an early age -- SFL approaches to EFL writing development in secondary schools -- SFL and CLIL classrooms -- Combining SFL and other approaches to SLA -- Conclusion: Implications for research and pedagogy -- References -- Chapter 3. From input, output and comprehension to negotiation, evidence, and attention -- Introduction: Learner interaction: Theoretical perspectives, distinctions and relevance -- Learner interaction: Empirical perspectives, questions, and findings -- Modified interaction: Distinctions and contributions to SLA -- Negotiation of meaning -- Negotiation of form -- Recasts -- Form-focused intervention -- Form-focused instruction -- Output production and modification -- Learner interaction and readiness -- Task-based interaction: Theoretical and empirical perspectives -- Task-based interaction in the classroom
Conclusion and implications -- References -- Chapter 4. Skill Acquisition Theory and the role of practice in L2 development -- Introduction -- Proceduralization, automaticity, and L2 acquisition -- Fluency, speed of retrieval, and implicit knowledge -- The interplay between declarative and procedural knowledge -- Types of practice -- Practice and feedback -- Concluding remarks -- References -- Chapter 5. The Input Processing Theory in second language acquisition -- Introduction -- The Input Processing Theory -- Processing Principles and Sub-Principles -- The Primacy of Meaning Principle (P1) -- The Primacy of Content Words Principle (P1a) -- Lexical Preference Principle (P1b) -- The Preference for Non-redundancy Principle (P1c) and The Meaning-Before-Non-meaning Principle (P1d) -- The Availability of Resources Principle (P1e) -- The Sentence Location Principle (P1f) -- The First Noun Principle (P2) -- The Lexical Semantics Principle (P2a) -- The Event Probabilities Principle (P2b) -- The Contextual Constraint Principle (P2c) -- Implications -- Implications for pedagogy -- Implications for theory and research -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6. Processability Theory -- Introduction -- Processability Theory -- Data and the emergence criterion -- Cross-linguistic validity and empirical evidence -- The role of transfer in developmental sequences -- Measuring language development by profiling -- Profiling bilingual development -- Concluding remarks -- References -- Chapter 7. Sociocultural Theory and second language development -- Introduction -- SCT: Main tenets -- On the nature of L2 knowledge -- Theoretical foundations -- Insights from research -- On the nature of L2 learning and development -- Theoretical foundations -- Insights from research -- Verbalisation -- Gesture -- Internalisation -- Assessing development
On the L2 learner and the linguistic environment -- Theoretical foundations -- Insights from research -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Chapter 8. Investigating L2 spoken syntax -- Introduction -- Spoken language: From data to analysis and model -- Properties of spoken language -- Cognitive, construction and usage-based grammars -- Researching spoken language: Corpus transcription and units of analysis -- Implications and applications of spoken language research -- Investigating native and L2 spoken language -- Subordination and clause complexes in native speaker usage -- Independent speech-act clauses -- Syntactic complexity in a second language -- Native and L2 spoken adverbial clauses -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Appendix -- Chapter 9. Connectionist models of second language acquisition -- Introduction -- The theory -- What is connectionism? -- Connectionist models of multiple languages -- DevLex-II: A scalable connectionist model of bilingual language learning -- A sketch of the model -- Linguistic realism of the model -- Performance of the model -- Concluding remarks -- References -- Chapter 10. Dynamic Systems Theory as a comprehensive theory of second language development -- Introduction -- DST principles at different levels of granularity across time -- DST and social theories -- DST and language theories -- DST and SLD theories -- End states versus steady states -- Things versus processes -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 11. Electrophysiology of second language processing -- Introduction -- An introduction to ERPs -- The use of ERPs in second language acquisition (SLA) research -- ERPs and L2 speech perception -- ERPs and L2 lexical processing -- ERPs and L2 sentence processing -- Conclusions -- References -- Afterword. On multiplicity and mutual exclusivity -- Getting the bigger picture
References -- List of contributors -- Index
This chapter reviews past and current contributions from event-related brain potential (ERP) research to the field of L2 processing. ERPs are able to measure cognitive brain processes at a very fine-grained temporal resolution and allow for determining when linguistic processes are occurring. The technique allows for investigations of whether L1 and L2 processing differences are mainly due to the fact that L2 processing takes longer or whether different neural procedures (as evidenced by different components being present) occur in L1 and L2 processing. Findings from studies of monolingual, bilingual and (where available) multilingual participants are reviewed to determine the effects of proficiency, age of acquisition and similarity between languages on the processing of languages learned later in life
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: García Mayo, María del Pilar Contemporary Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company,c2013 9789027205254
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Alt Author Gutierrez Mangado, María Junkal
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