Moedertaalinterferentie Bij Het Luisteren in Een Vreemde Taal
P.J.M. Groot |
Vakgroep Toegepaste Taalkunde en Computerlinguïstiek Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht
The pendulum in foreign language acquisition theories seems to be on its way back. The rather extreme view held bij Krashen and others that L1 interference plays a minor part in foreign language acquisition is being refuted by more empirical counterevidence.
While most of the evidence is taken from students' performance in the productive skills and is considered in a L1 -L2 context, this article deals with evidence from a receptive skill which has been analysed in a broader context.
Article language: Dutch