Language Development in Children
Discusses malleability, capability, Head Start, environment, theories, grammar, performance, structure and function and a comparison of learning Arabic and English.
# 19972 | 6,750 words | 52 sources | 1993 |
Published on Mar 01, 2003 in Communication (Language and Speech) , Education (Teaching Methods) , Education (General)
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From the Paper:"Translation as an Aid in the EFL Classroom
EFL Today--A Brief Review
Teachers are generally agreed that affective variables in second language acquisition are fundamental. How these variables should be measured, however, is another cup of tea: there is strong disagreement regarding the validity of research studies in this area.
Some researchers view aptitude at language learning as a prerequisite for successful foreign-language acquisition. But then, all of us learned at least one language well: we therefore must all have aptitude at language learning--and yet many of us do not readily seem to learn a foreign language. To complicate matters further, many learners who test high on a linguistic ..."
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