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Second language acquisition : an introductory course 2nd ed

Second language acquisition : an introductory course 2nd ed (34회 대출)

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Gass, Susan M. Selinker, Larry 1937-
서명 / 저자사항
Second language acquisition : an introductory course / Susan Gass, Larry Selinker.
판사항
2nd ed.
발행사항
Mahwah, N.J. :   L. Erlbaum Associates ,   2001.  
형태사항
xvi, 488 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
080583527X (alk. paper) 0805835288 (pbk. : alk. paper)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 415-449) and indexes.
일반주제명
Second language acquisition.
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소장정보

No. 소장처 청구기호 등록번호 도서상태 반납예정일 예약 서비스
No. 1 소장처 중앙도서관/서고6층/ 청구기호 418 G251s2 등록번호 111335219 도서상태 대출가능 반납예정일 예약 서비스 B M

컨텐츠정보

저자소개

Susan M. Gass(지은이)

<제2언어 습득론>

Larry Selinker(지은이)

정보제공 : Aladin

목차


CONTENTS
PREFACE = ⅷ
1 INTRODUCTION = 1
 1.1. The Study of Second Language Acquisition = 1
 1.2. Definitions = 4
 1.3. The Nature of Language = 5
  1.3.1. Sound Systems = 6
  1.3.2. Syntax = 7
  1.3.3. Morphology and the Lexicon = 9
  1.3.4. Semantics = 10
  1.3.5. Pragmatics = 11
 1.4. The Nature of Nonnative Speaker Knowledge = 12
 1.5. Conclusion = 12
 Points for Discussion = 13
2 LOOKING AT INTERLANGUAGE DATA = 17
 2.1. Data Analysis = 17
  2.1.1. Data SetⅠ : Plurals = 18
  2.1.2. Data SetⅡ : Verb + -ing Markers = 22
  2.1.3. Data SetⅢ : Prepositions = 24
 2.2. What Data Analysis Does Not Reveal = 26
 2.3. Data Collection = 30
 2.4. Data Elicitation = 37
  2.4.1. Standardized Language Tests = 37
  2.4.2. Tests From Psychology = 38
  2.4.3. Language-Elicitation Measure = 40
 2.5. Replication = 48
 2.6. Issues in Data Analysis = 49
 2.7. What Is Acquisition? = 58
 2.8. Conclusion = 58
 Points for Discussion = 59
3 THE ROLE OF THE NATIVE LANGUAGE : AN HISTORICAL OVERVIEW = 65
 3.1. An Historical Perspective = 65
  3.1.1. Psychological Background = 66
  3..1.2. Linguistic Background = 68
 3.2. Contrastive Analysis Hypothesis = 72
 3.3. Error Analysis = 78
 3.4. Conclusion = 87
 Points for Discussion = 87
4 CHILD LANGUAGE ACQUISITION : FIRST AND SECOND = 92
 4.1. Child First Language Acquisition = 92
  4.1.1. Babbling = 93
  4.1.2. Words = 95
  4.1.3. Sounds and Pronunciation = 96
  4.1.4. Syntax = 96
  4.1.5. Morphology = 98
 4.2. Theories of Learning = 98
 4.3. Child Second Language Acquisition = 100
 4.4. Child Second Language Morpheme Order Studies = 104
 4.5. Conclusion = 108
 Points for Discussion = 108
5 RECENT PERSPECTIVES ON THE ROLE OF PREVIOUSLY KNOWN LANGUAGES = 112
 5.1. Morpheme Order Studies = 112
 5.2. Revised Perspectives on the Role of the Native Language = 117
  5.2.1. Avoidance = 119
  5.2.2. Differential Learning Rates = 120
  5.2.3. Different Paths = 122
  5.2.4. Overproduction = 125
  5.2.5. Predictability/Selectivity = 126
 5.3. Interlanguage Transfer = 132
 5.4. Conclusion = 137
 Points for Discussion = 137
6 SLA AND LINGUISTICS = 141
 6.1. Language Universals = 142
 6.2. Typological Universals = 144
  6.2.1. Test CaseⅠ : The Accessibility Hierarchy = 145
  6.2.2. Test CaseⅡ : The Acquisition of Questions = 149
  6.2.3. Test CaseⅢ : Voiced/Voiceless Consonants = 151
  6.2.4. Typological Universals : Conclusions = 154
 6.3. Tense and Aspect = 155
  6.3.1. The Aspect Hypothesis = 155
  6.3.2. The Discourse Hypothesis = 158
 6.4. Phonology = 159
 6.5. Conclusion = 163
 Points for Discussion = 164
7 UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR = 168
 7.1. Universal Grammar = 168
  7.1.1. Initial State = 174
  7.1.2. UG Principles = 179
  7.1.3. UG Parameters = 180
  7.1.4. Falsification : UG and Typological Universals = 183
 7.2. Transfer : The UG Perspective = 185
  7.2.1. Levels of Representation = 186
  7.2.2. Clustering = 186
  7.2.3. Learnability = 187
 7.3. Minimalist Program = 188
 7.4. Conclusion = 190
 Points for Discussion = 191
8 LOOKING AT INTERLANGUAGE PROCESSES = 192
 8.1. The Competition Model = 192
 8.2. The Monitor Model = 198
  8.2.1. The Acquisition-Learning Hypothesis = 198
  8.2.2. The Natural Order Hypothesis = 199
  8.2.3. The Monitor Hypothesis = 199
  8.2.4. The Input Hypothesis = 200
  8.2.5. The Affective Filter Hypothesis = 201
 8.3. Critiques of the Monitor Model = 202
  8.3.1. The Acquisition-Learning Hypothesis = 202
  8.3.2. The Natural Order Hypothesis = 203
  8.3.3. The Monitor Hypothesis = 204
  8.3.4. The Input Hypothesis = 205
  8.3.5. The Affective Filter Hypothesis = 205
 8.4. Alternative Modes of Knowledge Representation = 206
  8.4.1. The Nature of Knowledge Representation = 206
  8.4.2. The Nature of Learning = 208
  8.4.3. Automaticity and Restructuring = 209
 8.5. Connectionism = 216
 8.6. Conclusion = 217
 Points for Discussion = 218
9 INTERLANGUAGE IN CONTEXT = 222
 9.1. Variation = 222
 9.2. Systematic Variation = 223
  9.2.1. Linguistic Context = 223
  9.2.2. Social Context Relating to the Native Language = 227
  9.2.3. Social Context Relating to Interlocutor, Task Type, and Conversational Topic = 229
 9.3. Communication Strategies = 241
 9.4. Interlanguage Pragmatics = 243
 9.5. Conclusion : SLA and Other Disciplines = 249
 Points for Discussion = 251
10 INPUT, INTERACTION, AND OUTPUT = 259
 10.1. Input = 259
 10.2. Comprehension = 264
 10.3. Interaction = 272
 10.4. Output = 276
  10.4.1. Hypothesis Testing = 279
  10.4.2. Feedback = 282
  10.4.3. Automaticity = 290
  10.4.4. Meaning-Based to Grammatically Based Processing = 290
 10.5. The Role of Input and Interaction in Language Learning = 291
  10.5.1. Attention = 298
  10.5.2. Contrast Theory = 300
  10.5.3. Metalinguistic Awareness = 302
 10.6. Limitations of Input = 303
 10.7. Conclusion = 304
 Points for Discussion = 305
11 INSTRUCTED SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING = 310
 11.1. Classroom Language = 311
 11.2. Input Processing = 315
 11.3. Teachability/Learnability = 317
 11.4. Focus on Form = 320
  11.4.1. Timing = 323
  11.4.2. Forms to Focus On = 325
 11.5. Uniqueness of Instruction = 325
 11.6. Conclusion = 326
 Points for Discussion = 327
12 NONLANGUAGE INFLUENCES = 329
 12.1. Research Traditions = 330
  12.1.1. Linguistics = 330
  12.1.2. Psychology = 331
  12.1.3. Psycholinguistics = 332
 12.2. Social Distance = 332
 12.3. Age Differences = 335
 12.4. Aptitude = 345
 12.5. Motivation = 349
  12.5.1. Motivation Over the Long Term and the Short Term = 354
  12.5.2. Motivations as a Function of Success = 354
 12.6. Anxiety = 357
 12.7. Locus of Control = 358
 12.8. Personality Factors = 359
  12.8.1. Extroversion and Introversion = 360
  12.8.2. Risk Taking = 361
  12.8.3. Field Independence = 362
 12.9. Learning Strategies = 364
 12.10. Conclusion = 369
 Points for Discussion = 370
13 THE LEXICON = 372
 13.1. The Significance of the Lexicon = 372
 13.2. Lexical Knowledge = 374
 13.3. Lexical Information = 376
  13.3.1. Word Associations = 378
  13.3.2. Incidental Vocabulary Learning = 379
  13.3.3. Incremental Vocabulary Learning = 381
  13.3.4. Memory Metaphors = 381
 13.4. Lexical Skills = 382
  13.4.1. Production = 383
  13.4.2. Perception = 387
  13.4.3. Word Formation = 390
  13.4.4. Word Combinations, Collocations, and Phraseology = 391
 13.5. Conclusion = 393
 Points for Discussion = 394
14 AN INTEGRATED VIEW OF SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION = 398
 14.1. An Integration of Subareas = 398
  14.1.1. Apperceived Input = 400
  14.1.2. Comprehended Input = 403
  14.1.3. Intake = 406
  14.1.4. Integration = 407
  14.1.5. Output = 410
 14.2. Conclusion = 411
 Points for Discussion = 413
REFERENCES = 415
GLOSSARY = 450
AUTHOR INDEX = 460
SUBJECT INDEX = 468


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