Emergence of functionalism (2)

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Emergence of Functionalism Behaviorism Contrastive analysis hypothesis Prediction of errors Predicted errors did not occur and there were all kinds of errors Emergence of error analysis as a field
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Error analysis as a field Speculation at the beginning was that all errors were developmental – as in L1 L1 equals L2 hypothesis – no L1 transfer at all Morpheme studies Findings clearly indicated that there were three kinds of errors L1 based errors (language transfer errors) L2 based errors (the developmental errors for L1 children) Unique errors (origin cannot be traced) Also, L1 knowledge affected the speed of learning the second language and what was transferred and what was not.
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Intra category natural sequences such as: Development of negation Development of question formation Development of relative clauses Development of temporality Development of morpheme - s
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Researchers realized that they have to go
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