Second-Language Acquisition - Chapter 11 Second-Language...

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Chapter 11: Second-Language Acquisition Interlanguage: rule-governed thing arising between L1 and L2 Language Transfer: native language forms imposed on L2 Contrastive Analysis Hypothesis: L1 and L2 differences always negative Negative Transfer (interference): some property L1 interferes with L2 Position Transfe (Facilitation): property of L1 facilitates L2 Absolute Universal: always without exception (e.g. CV syllables) Statistical Universal: occur frequently but have exceptions Developmental Processes (similar to L1 Acquisition) -CC Reduction -Acquisition of lexical morphemes before grammatical ones - Wh -movement before I-movement -overgeneralization of subordinates Markedness: structures inconsistent with universals are marked Markedness Differential Hypothesis: 1. different properties of L2 that are more marked than L1 will be difficult 2. the properties of L2 that are more marked than L1 – degree of difficulty will correspond to the degree of markedness
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3. properties of L2 different from L1 that are not more marked than L1 will
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  • Spring '14
  • EricDrewry
  • Second language acquisition, L1 acquisition, second-language acquisition, L1 facilitates

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