Input and Evidence

The raw material of second language acquisition

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Input and Evidence: the raw material of second language acquisition is an empirical and theoretical treatment of one of the essential components of SLA: the input to language learning mechanisms. It reviews and adds to the empirical studies showing that negative evidence (correction, feedback, repetitions, reformulations) play a role in language acquisition in addition to that played by ordinary conversation. At the same time, it embeds discussion of input within a framework which includes a serious treatment of language processing, including the problem of modularity and the question of how semantic representations can influence grammatical ones. It lays the foundation for the development of a truly explanatory theory of SLA in the form of the Autonomous Induction Theory which combines a model of induction with an interpretation of Universal Grammar, thereby permitting, for the the first time, a coherent approach to the problem of constraining induction in SLA.
[Language Acquisition and Language Disorders, 25]  2001.  xviii, 461 pp.
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Table of Contents
List of tables
xiii
List of figures
xv
Acknowledgements
xvii
1. Questions, problems, and definitions
1
2. Property and transition theories
37
3. The representational and developmental problems of language acquisition
65
4. The autonomous induction model
119
5. Constraints on i-learning
179
6. The logical problem of (second) language acquisition revisited
207
7. Input and the Modularity Hypothesis
249
8. The evidence for negative evidence
289
9. Feedback in the Autonomous Induction Theory
347
10. The interpretation of verbal feedback
371
Epilogue
393
Appendix 1: Acceptability judgement task
395
Appendix 2: Experimental session
397
References
401
Subject index
449
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Linguistics

Language acquisition
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