Have you ever wondered how we acquire language? Do you know what language acquisition means? Do you know the difference between first language acquisition and second language acquisition? In this post we talk about the 5 stages of Second language acquisition: 1. Silent or receptive phase 2. Early production 3. Speech emergence or production 4. Intermediate ﬂuency5. Continued language development or ﬂuency.
Previously, we were examining and looking at the most important issues in the INPUT HYPOTHESIS; now, we want to link these two hypotheses because it is important to think of the role of production in English. From our point of view, output is closely related to the process of production. For Swain, constant practice facilitates the learner to be conscious of her/his production. Output makes to move the learner from the semantic processing to the complete grammatical processing for accurate…
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1980s, 1990s & early 2000 Bloomfield, Sapir, Hockett and Fries Constructivism Schools of thought in Second Language Acquisition Rationalism & Cognitive Psychology Early 1900s & 1940s & 1950s 1960s & 1970s Noam Chomsky Behaviorism: It is based on the attitudes and reactions of the
The following description of the stages for second language acquisition will help you understand the process we go through when learning a foreign language. www.tutornadeen.com #learninglanguages #learningenglish #tutornadeen
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Ethnicity and Education: They are influence by SLA because of social constructed attitudes. These attitudes determine the input L2 learners will have to interact with native speakers or other target language learners. Members of ethnic groups who have more in common are more likely to interact with each other and learn the language. This is also one of the factors involved in perceptions of difference in the study of migrant students.