NOTICING AND INSTRUCTION IN SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

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NOTICING AND INSTRUCTION IN SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

A Study of Hungarian Learners of English

Papers in English & American Studies; 16.

Szerző: Peckham, Donald W.

JATE Press, 2009

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Akció: 2 140 Ft
Kezdete: 2017.06.01   A készlet erejéig!
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Kötés: Puhakötés
Megjelenés éve: 2009
Terjedelem: 153 oldal

Tartalomjegyzék:

Preface

Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION

Chapter 2. REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
2.1. Background ont he question of the role of consciousness in language learning
2.2. Interface positions
2.3. Refinement of the definition of consciousness and attention as applied to SLA
2.4. The role of noticing in second language learning
2.5. The promotion of noticing through instruction
2.6. A memory-based framework for accounting for noticing
2.7. Noticing grammar vs. noticing vocabulary
2.8. Summary and implications

Chapter 3. HYPOTHESES

Chapter 4. METHODOLOGY
4.1. Participants and setting
4.2. Target grammar and vocabulary
4.2.1. Grammar
4.2.2. Vocabulary
4.3. Design and outline of procedure
4.4. Instruction and exposure
4.4.1. Reading texts and reading tasks
4.4.2. Grammar and vocabulary instruction
4.4.3. Exposure to grammar and vocabulary
4.5. Instrumentation
4.5.1. The noticing test
4.5.2. Grammar test
4.5.3. Vocabulary test
4.6. Scoring and analysis
4.6.1. Scoring the noticing test
4.6.2. Scoring the grammar test
4.6.3. Scoring the vocabulary tests
4.6.4. Adjusting grammar and vocabulary scores for previous knowledge
4.6.5. Analysis of the retrospections

Chapter 5. RESULT AND DISCUSSION FOR NOTICING
5.1. Overview of results concerning noticing
5.2. Result concerning the effects of instruction vs. exposure on the noticing of grammar
5.3. Result concerning the effects of instruction vs. exposure on the noticing of vocabulary
5.4. Results concerning the noticing of instructed target item grammar vs. non-instructed grammar
5.5. Results concerning the noticing of instructed target item vocabulary vs. non-instructed vocabulary
5.6. Result of the comparison of target grammar items which were the object of exposure with target vocabulary items which were the object of exposure
5.7. Discussion
5.7.1. Hypotheses 1 and 2
5.7.2. Hypotheses 3 and 4
5.7.3. Hypothesis 5
5.7.4. Results using Remember + Know responses to define noticing
5.8. Summary

Chapter 6. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION CONCERNING NOTICING AND LEARNING
6.1. Results for learning
6.2. Results plotting noticing against learning
6.3. Discussion of Hypotheses 6 and 7
6.4. Further interpretation of noticing and learning data
6.5. Results when using Remember + Know scores to calculate noticing
6.6. Summary concerning a relationship between noticing and learning

Chapter 7. INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN NOTICING
7.1. Consistency of noticing scores across time shown by correlations
7.2. Consistency of scores shown by individuals
7.3. Summary and conclusions

Chapter 8. THE NOTICING OF INDIVIDUAL TARGET GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY ITEMS
8.1. Overview of results on individual items
8.2. Individual items which show the largest differences between groups
8.3. Individual items which show the highest scores overall
8.4. Comparison of accurary orders for individual items between groups
8.5. Summary

Chapter 9. GENERAL DISCUSSION
9.1. Noticing grammar and vocabulary in input
9.1.1. The limits of the impact of instruction on noticing
9.1.2. The differential effect of instruction on grammar and vocabulary noticing
9.1.3. Evaluation of responses to the noticing test
9.2. The relationship between noticing and learning
9.3. Conclusions concerning the noticing test itself

Chapter 10. CONCLUSIONS AND IMPLICATIONS APPENDICES
Appendix A: An example of the instructional materials used in the study
Round One, lesson 1, grammar instruction
Round One, lesson 1, vocabulary instruction
Appendix B: Instructions for the noticing test
Appendix C: And example of texts used in the noticing test Round One, test 1, text for noticing

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