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Language and cognitive development in second language learning

educational implications for children and adults

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Published by Allyn and Bacon in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Second language acquisition.,
  • Bilingualism.,
  • Cognition.,
  • Language and culture.,
  • Language and languages -- Ability testing.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Virginia Gonzalez.
    ContributionsGonzalez, Virginia.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP118.2 .L36 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxv, 310 p. ;
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL353140M
    ISBN 100205261701
    LC Control Number98012792

      (b) Integrating sociocultural theory and cognitive linguistics in the second language classroom. In E. Hinkel (Ed.), Handbook of research in second language teaching and learning (Vol.2; pp. –). New York, NY: : This book illustrates the ways that cognitive linguistics, a relatively new paradigm in language studies, can illuminate and facilitate language research and teaching. The first part of the book introduces the basics of cognitive linguistic theory in a way that is geared toward second language teachers and researchers.

    The cognitive benefits are not just intellectual (if that weren’t enough!); language learning has potential medical benefits as well. A study from the University of Edinburgh found that those who spoke two or more languages had significantly better cognitive abilities in later life and had effectively slowed the brain’s aging, with. Language learning styles and strategies are among the main factors that help determine how –and how well –our students learn a second or foreign language. A second language is a language studied in a setting where that language is the main vehicle of everyday communication and where abundant input exists in that language. A foreign language.

      Cognitive Development and Acquisition of Language provides information pertinent to the relationship between cognitive development and language acquisition. This book describes some of the ways in which cognitive growth is reflected in, and interacts with, the development of Edition: 1. Children’s language instincts inspire them to learn the syntax of their native language and a vocabulary of approximately 5, words over their first 5 years of life. This language learning affects cognitive development in many ways. Some effects are specific to language, whereas others are more general.


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Language and Cognitive Development in Second Language Learning: Educational Implications for Children and Adults 1st EditionCited by: 7. Language and Cognitive Development in Second Language Learning: Educational Implications for Children and Adults / Edition 1Price: $ Language and Cognitive Development in Second Language Learning: Educational Implications for Children and Adults.

Major problems exist of differently diagnosing language-minority children who are. Language and Cognitive Development in Second Language Learning by Virginia Gonzalez,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Cognitive linguistics is a relatively new discipline which is rapidly becoming mainstream and influential, particularly in the area of second language teaching. This book looks at how cognitive linguistics can inform our teaching, and lead to intriguing suggestions for alternative ways of presenting grammar and vocabulary in the language classroom.

between cognitive ability and second language learning is complex and subject to considerable debate in the field. Inthe highly respected Canadian second language educator, Dr.

Stern, warned against the danger of simplifying the issue of age and second language learning. Stern. Forty years later, cognitive science is a flourishing academic field. The contributions to this collection, written in honor of Jacques Mehler, a founder of the field of psycholinguistics, assess the progress of cognitive science.

The questions addressed include: What have we learned or not learned about language, brain, and cognition. First language development will have a significant impact on both second language learning and cognitive development. (see Bilingual Language Acquisition). Research into bilingualism tells us that a bilingual learner is able to draw on existing knowledge and awareness of the structure and functions of language, and that first language File Size: KB.

language is like learning anything else (Ellis, ), and that LAD, an autonomous language acquisition device responsible for language, does not exist (Littlemore, ). Second-language acquisition is just a special case of more general learning and employs cognitive abilities used in non-linguistic tasks (Langacker, ).File Size: KB.

The best teacher development task for promoting awareness of the cognitive challenge posed by a completely new language, appears in Julian Dakin's "The Language Laboratory and Language Learning" midway through chapter 2 on the nature of language learning.

The section is headed: Novish - An experiment in language learning. Cognitive Development and Acquisition of Language provides information pertinent to the relationship between cognitive development and language acquisition. This book describes some of the ways in which cognitive growth is reflected in, and interacts with, the development of language.

higher than do the monolingual students. Second language learning appears, therefore, not only to provide children with the ability to depart from the traditional approaches to a problem, but also to supply them with possible rich resources for new and different ideas.

Hakuta, K. Cognitive development in bilingual instruction. U.S.; Virginia. Language, Literacy, and Cognitive Development addresses the impact of language and literacy on cognitive development. Top researchers examine the cognitive significance of the growth in children's ability to express themselves symbolically, whether that involves communicating linguistically, mathematically, logically, or through some other symbol system.

Attitude and Aptitude in Second Language Acquisition and Learning 19 3. Formal and Informal Linguistic Environments in Language Acquisition and Language Learning 40 4. The Domain of the Conscious Grammar: The Morpheme Studies 51 5.

The Role of the First Language in Second Language Acquisition 64 6. Language, Literacy, and Cognitive Development addresses the impact of language and literacy on cognitive development. Top researchers examine the cognitive significance of the growth in children's ability to express themselves symbolically, whether that involves communicating linguistically, mathematically, logically, or through some other symbol system Price: $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxv, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Ch.

A Folkloric and Historical Views of Giftedness in Language-Minority Children / Virginia Gonzalez and Ellen Riojas-Clark --Ch. Integrative Analysis of the Cognitive Development of Bilingual and Bicultural Children and Adults / Virginia Gonzalez and Diane L.

Second language. In the era of globalization, learning a second language during childhood can provide developmental and social benefits. This topic aims to further understanding of the impacts of bilingualism on children’s cognitive development and suggests the most favourable learning contexts.

tled “Interactions Between Early Cognitive Development and Language Acquisition.” Each of our speakers was then asked to write an article for this special issue of Language Learning and Development. Gergely Csibra was unable to offer an article at the time; we invited Laura.

Henning () explored the parallels between first language acquisition and second language learning by comparing the development of vocabulary; starting from the premise that native children progress from predominantly acoustic storage of words in secondary memory to predominantly semantic storage.

The cognitive, neural, and social advantages observed in bilingual people highlight the need to consider how bilingualism shapes the activity and the architecture of the brain, and ultimately how language is represented in the human mind, especially since the majority of speakers in the world experience life through more than one language.

Students acquiring a second language progress through five predictable stages. Reflects students' stages of language acquisition. Helps students move through the language acquisition levels. Engages ELLs at all stages of language acquisition in higher-level thinking activities.

Anyone who has been around children who are learning to talk knows.Language Learning: A Journal of Research in Language Studies, v52 suppl 1 This book examines how nonnative speakers develop pragmatic ability in a nonprimary language, focusing on acquisitional processes, conditions, and sequential by:   Social learning leads to cognitive development experiences in infancy with language, books, readingFoster awareness of print-filled worldFoundations start long before child learns to readInclude experience with booksEach child needs to be read toEven the youngest children must have books and words.