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Textbook Notes for LING 4P10 at Brock University (BROCKU)

BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Second Language, Pragmatics

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Theory: a set of statements about natural phenomena that explains why these phenomena occur the way they do. First, theories account for or explain obs
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LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Multilingualism, Reductionism, Legitimate Peripheral Participation

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Sla theorists need a comprehensive theory of identity that integrates the individual language learner and the larger social world. Highlights the multi
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Implicit Learning, Descriptive Knowledge, Procedural Knowledge

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LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Table Tennis, Intersubjectivity, Intentionality

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Each theory is at best a piece of a larger complex puzzle (this is the main argument for alternative approaches) Alternative approaches: sla theories w
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LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Cognitive Grammar, Language Acquisition, Cognitive Revolution

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3 central cognitive or behavioral problems in the study of sla: the cognitive structures and abilities that underlie l2 use, the relevant linguistic in
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LING 4P10 Chapter 10: chap 10

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Chapter 10: input, interaction, and output in sla. The interaction approach is moving towards the status of theory in the sense that it also attempts t
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Linguistic Universal, Pluperfect, Linguistic System

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Hold that language is primarily used for communication and doesn"t exist without language users. Views language in terms of form to function and functi
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LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Personal Knowledge Base, Practice Theory

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One emphasizes the need to go beyond the limitaions of the concept of method with a call to ind an alternaive way of designing efecive teaching strateg
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Critical Period Hypothesis

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Lightbrown and spada (2006): individual differences in sll. Characteristics believed to predict success in language learning are intelligence, aptitude
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LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Universal Grammar, Linguistic System, Grammaticality

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Know that interpretations of sentences are not possible in certain contexts. We can produce sentences we never heard before. Know that certain structur
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LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Linguistic System, Explicit Knowledge, Classical Conditioning

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Attempts to explain behavior without reference to mental events/internal processes; all behavior is explained by external factors in the environment. S
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LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Code-Switching

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