Understanding Second Language Processing

A focus on Processability Theory

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| Lund University/Østfold University College
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This book aims to help researchers and teachers interested in language processing and Processability Theory (PT) to understand this theory and its applications. PT is an influential account of second language processing which hypothesizes that, due to the architecture of language processing, learners acquire second languages in developmental stages. This book lays out PT’s predictions and research on the development of diverse target languages – particularly English and Scandinavian languages – by learners of various categories. It discusses the typological issues facing PT and its contribution to an understanding of variation and cognitive constraints on pedagogy. However, the book also raises a critical eye to the literature which, after almost twenty years of evolution, requires explanation, clarification and, in some cases, extension. Why do some phenomena belong to different stages in different languages? Why are important types of variation under-represented? Is teaching as constrained as proposed in PT?
[Bilingual Processing and Acquisition, 4]  2017.  xi, 211 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
xi
Chapter 1. Introduction
2–20
Chapter 2. L2 development of English
22–54
Chapter 3. L2 development of Scandinavian languages
56–78
Chapter 4. The typological challenge in PT
80–104
Chapter 5. Learner categories and PT
106–120
Chapter 6. Variation in second language processing
122–152
Chapter 7. Language teaching, assessment and processing
154–180
Chapter 8. Discussion and conclusion
182–190
References
191–206
Appendix
207–208
Index
209–211
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