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The acquisition of second-language syntax

The acquisition of second-language syntax (Loan 12 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Braidi, Susan M., 1954-
Title Statement
The acquisition of second-language syntax / Susan M. Braidi.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   New York :   Arnold ;   New York, NY :   Co-published in the U.S. by Oxford University Press,   1999.  
Physical Medium
viii, 221 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
034064592X 0340645911 (pbk.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [190]-209) and indexes.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Second language acquisition. Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax. Principles and parameters (Linguistics) Universals (Linguistics)
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = ⅶ
Abbreviations = ⅸ
1. Introduction = 1
 1.1 Introduction = 1
 1.2 What is grammar? = 1
 1.3 What is acquisition? = 7
 1.4 Historical perspectives on second-language grammar development = 9
 1.5 The plan of the book = 14
2. First-language and second-language interrelations = 19
 2.1 Introduction = 19
 2.2 Theoretical responses to contrastive analysis and error analysis = 19
 2.3 Questions explored = 21
  2.3.1 How are different stages of second-language acquisition determined? = 21
  2.3.2 What are the syntactic characteristics of different stages of second-language acquisition? = 25
 2.4 First-language influences : transfer = 40
 2.5 Questions explored = 43
  2.5.1 What is transferable and why? = 43
  2.5.2 How does first-language knowledge interact with the developing second-language knowledge at different stages of acquisition? = 45
 2.6 Conclusion = 46
3. Universal Grammar = 48
 3.1 Introduction = 48
 3.2 Universal Grammar principles and parameters = 49
 3.3 Questions explored = 61
  3.3.1 Are Universal Grammar principles and parameters accessible in second-language acquisition? = 61
  3.3.2 What is the interaction between the first-language parameter setting and the second-language parameter setting? = 68
  3.3.3 What is the initial state of the second-language grammar in the second-language acquisition process? = 69
  3.3.4 What is the effect of positive and / or negative input on the resetting of Universal Grammar in second-language acquisition? = 72
 3.4 Conclusion = 74
4. Typological universals = 79
 4.1 Introduction = 79
 4.2 A typological approach to language universals = 80
 4.3 Typological universals and second-language acquisition = 83
 4.4 Questions explored in second-language acquisition = 88
  4.4.1 Do typological universal constraints play a role in second-language acquisition? = 88
  4.4.2 How does typological markedness affect the second-language acquisition process? = 91
  4.4.3 What is the effect of instruction on typological universals in second-language acquisition? = 95
 4.5 Conclusion = 97
5. Processing approaches = 99
 5.1 Introduction to processing theories = 99
  5.1.2 Information processing = 100
 5.2 Input processing : the Input Processing Model and Processing Instruction = 103
 5.3 Questions explored : the Input Processing Model and Processing Instruction = 106
  5.3.1 How can instruction affect input processing and second-language acquisition? = 106
 5.4 Input processing : the Competition Model = 109
 5.5 Questions explored : the Competition Model = 112
  5.5.1 What types of strategies are used in sentence interpretation? = 114
  5.5.2 How do second-language learners use cue strategies in sentence interpretation? = 117
 5.6 Speech processing : the Multidimensional Model and Processability Theory = 119
 5.7 Questions explored' the Multidimensional Model and Processability Theory = 126
  5.7.1 What is the role of cognitive processing in determining developmental stages? = 127
  5.7.2 What is the role of cognitive processing in natural versus instructed second-language acquisition? = 129
  5.7.3 How do processing constraints affect non-native speakers differently from the way they do native speakers? = 130
 5.8 Conclusion = 132
6 Functional approaches = 139
 6.1 Introduction = 139
  6.1.1 Functional grammar = 139
  6.1.2 Relational functionalism, ecological functionalism, and grammaticalization = 145
 6.2 Functional approaches to second-language acquisition of grammar = 147
 6.3 Questions explored = 149
  6.3.1 What are the form - function relationships exhibited in interlanguage? = 149
  6.3.2 What types of principles constrain the mapping of grammatical forms onto function in second-language grammatical development? = 153
  6.3.3 How do first-language grammaticalizations influence the development of the second language? = 163
 6.4 Conclusions = 165
7 Conclusions : an integrative perspective of second-language acquisition of grammar = 168
 7.1 Introduction = 168
 7.2 Major contributions = 168
  7.2.1 First-language and second-language interrelations = 168
  7.2.2 Universal Grammar = 170
  7.2.3 Typological universals = 172
  7.2.4 Processing approaches = 173
  7.2.5 Functional approaches = 175
  7.2.6 Similarities and differences = 176
 7.3 Comparative analysis of noun phrases : nouns, pronouns, zero anaphors, reflexives = 177
 7.4 Implications = 181
  7.4.1 Basic assumptions = 181
  7.4.2 Teachers as decision-makers = 184
 7.5 Conclusions = 187
References = 190
Author index = 210
Language index = 213
Subject index = 214


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