Second Language Acquisition: Theories and Their Impact on the Classroom

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Theories of second language acquisition.

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Second Language Acquisition: Theories and Their Impact on the Classroom
1 How We Acquire Language: Stephen Krashen
1.1 Input Comprehensible
1.2 Use pictures, drawings, etc. to help language acquisition
1.3 We all acquire language the same way.
1.4 We acquire language when we understand messages.
2 BCIS
2.1 After 2 years, learner will be speaking english fluently and decode the language.
2.2 2 to 3 years
2.3 Ability to converse and understand everyday discussions
2.4 Jim Cummins
3 Universal Grammar: Noam Chumsky
3.1 All human language rests on innate building blocks.
3.2 Based on interactions of verbs, nouns, and adjectives.
3.3 Example is using a sentence in three different languages. No matter the language, it tells the same story.
4 CALP
4.1 1 to 2 years
4.2 Ability to read, write, read, and speak at an academic level.
4.3 Jim Cummins
5 The Critical Period
5.1 Eric Lenneerg
5.2 1967
5.3 Between age two and puberty
5.4 Ability to learn language is negatively affected by the completion of the process of lateralization.
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