Language, learning and teaching

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Language, learning and teaching
1 Issues
1.1 where
1.1.1 Natural environment?
1.1.2 articial environment?
1.2 how
1.2.1 does learning take place
1.2.2 ensure learning
1.3 why
1.3.1 reasons
1.3.1.1 personal
1.3.1.2 affective
1.3.1.3 emotional
1.3.1.4 identify closely with the culture
1.3.1.5 for a successful career
1.3.1.6 passing a foreing language requirement
1.4 when
1.4.1 amount of time in learning process
1.5 who
1.5.1 teachers
1.5.2 learners
1.6 what

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  • When
1.6.1 differences between f1 and Snd Language
2 Learning and teaching
2.1 learning is
2.1.1 getting
2.1.2 retention of information
2.1.3 memory and cognitive organization
2.1.4 permanent but subjetc to forgetting
2.1.5 change in behaviior
3 language
3.1 Definitions
3.1.1 oversimplified
3.1.1.1 systematic communication by vocal symbols
3.1.2 sophisticated
3.1.2.1 complex skills
3.1.2.2 formal instruction
3.1.2.3 without concious effort
3.1.2.4 spontaneously in child
3.2 possible definitions of language yields
3.2.1 systematic
3.2.2 set of arbitrary symbols
3.2.3 symbols are vocal and visuals
3.2.4 is use for communication
3.2.5 is used for communication
3.2.6 operates in a speech community
3.2.7 acquire for all people
3.3 Areas
3.3.1 accounts of the system
3.3.1.1 phonological, syntactic and semantic
3.3.2 symbolic nature
3.3.2.1 language and reality
3.3.2.2 history of language
3.3.2.3 philosophy of language
3.3.3 phonetics
3.3.3.1 paralinguistic features of language
3.3.4 semantics
3.3.4.1 psycolinguistics
3.3.5 communicating systems
3.3.5.1 speaker-hearer interaction
3.3.6 dialectology
3.3.6.1 language and culture
3.3.7 language universals
3.3.7.1 psycology of language
4 SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT
4.1 constructivisim
4.1.1 advocates
4.1.1.1 Jean Piaget and Lev vigostky
4.1.2 argue that
4.1.2.1 all human beings construct their own version of reality
4.1.3 focus on
4.1.3.1 individuals engaged
4.2 rationalism and cognitive psycology
4.2.1 advocate
4.2.1.1 Noam Chomsky
4.2.2 interested in
4.2.2.1 descriptive sufficiency
4.2.2.2 explanatory level
4.2.2.3 grammar
4.2.2.4 difference between
4.2.2.4.1 performance
4.2.2.4.2 competence
4.3 structuralism
4.3.1 plinguistic's task
4.3.1.1 describe human languages
4.3.1.2 identify the structural characteristics
4.3.2 advocates
4.3.2.1 Boomflied, Sapir, Hockett, Fries
4.3.3 axiom
4.3.3.1 languages can differ of each other without limit
4.3.4 examine
4.3.4.1 observable data
4.3.5 speaker
4.3.5.1 locus of verbal behavior
4.3.5.2 not the cause
4.3.6 focus
4.3.6.1 language can be dismantled into amall pieces
5 METHOD
5.1 Grammar translation method
5.1.1 no attention on
5.1.1.1 pronuntiation
5.1.2 reading
5.1.2.1 began earlier
5.1.3 emphasized
5.1.3.1 vocabulary
5.1.3.2 grammar
5.1.4 use
5.1.4.1 native language to teach grammar
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