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Language Learning and Elementary School Curriculum
Tackling the issues concerning teaching grammar, this chapter offers an interesting approach to achieving better learning outcomes. The key concept was the "dialogic approach" wherein the subject is taught using cultural stories. This is quite interesting for those who are exposed to the traditional teaching model for grammar with the focus teaching grammatical rules as opposed to a focus on form. The chapter addresses the difficulty of engaging learners’ attention in a "technical" subject in
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Annotated Bibliography
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The Differences between Genders in Expressing Verbal Emotions
133 - 154) by Marianne LaFrance & Jennifer L. Harris, is of key significance since it highlights the key differences between the genders with regard to verbal communication.In this study the authors aimed to examine the patterns in expression of verbal emotions between the two genders during their conversation with their parents. The key emotions observed during the study include sadness, anger and happiness. It was observed that the gender stereotypes in verbal expressions of emotions were
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Annotated Bibliography
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Phonological Aspect of English Teaching and Learning
The article defines lack of exposure to the English language as one of possible problems which prevent the students from speech intelligibility. This leads to a conclusion that mastering English pronunciation can be facilitated by increase of pronunciation studying hours in universities and schools curriculums. The main benefit of the article which corresponds with the topic of my research is a statement that mother tongue influences English learning and this influence is extremely visible in
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Annotated Bibliography
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The role of age in second language acquisition
The study topic is essential to persons who are willing to study second language. This proposal will be based on identifying the effects of age in the acquisition of second language. Up to date, only a few studies on the outcome of age on the subsequent language acquisition process have been conducted, and most of the studies identify the method of grammar acquisition (Bialystok, 117). For instance Cancino et al (1978:3) identified the progression of acquisition in moderator structures such as
Pages: 12 (3000 words), Annotated Bibliography
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Arguments about the critical period hypothesis
This study will be used to argue against the critical period hypothesis and it will be used to support the point that non-natives fail to develop nativelike proficiency in using a language before as well as after the critical period.In this article the author talks about ten different characteristics of adults who try to learn a second language. One of these characteristics is age and its correlation with the proficiency with which they learn a second language. In this section the author states
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Annotated Bibliography
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