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Title Implicit and explicit learning of languages / edited by Patrick Rebuschat, University of Lancaster
Published Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2015]


Description 1 online resource
Series Studies in Bilingualism ; v. 48
Studies in bilingualism.
Contents Implicit and Explicit Learning of Languages; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Foreword; List of contributors; Introduction; This volume: Three approaches, one phenomenon; Acknowledgements; References; Implicit AND explicit language learning; Introduction; The units of language acquisition; Implicit language learning; The limits of implicit language learning; Explicit language learning; Implicit AND explicit language learning; The neurobiology of language learning; Synchronic language usage; Diachronic language change; Language as a complex dynamic system; References
Explaining phenomena of first and second language acquisition with the contructs of implicit and explicit learningIntroduction; Monitor theory; What needs to be explained?; Six matters to take into account; The pitfalls of a two-system theory; The interface issue in L2 acquisition; Explaining some fundamental issues in L1 and L2 acquisition and use; Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References; Implicit learning in SLA; Introduction; Theoretical underpinnings of the learning process in SLA; Defining implicit learning in SLA; Cognitive psychology; SLA/cognitive science
Conflation of implicit learning and incidental learningOperationalizing (un)awareness in SLA; Measuring learning in SLA; Empirical studies investigating the construct (un)awareness in SLA; Support for Learning without Awareness; No support for learning without awareness; Summary of empirical studies investigating the construct (un)awareness in SLA; Methodological criteria for operationalizing and measuring unawareness; Conclusion; References; Semantic implicit learning; Semantic implicit learning in non-language learning domains; Abstract sequences; Connecting novel stimuli and concepts
Semantic implicit learning in language acquisitionGrammatical form-meaning connections; Implicit learning of semantic preferences; Emerging issues in semantic implicit learning of language; Awareness of form and meaning in learning form-meaning connections; Learning new form-meaning connections versus tuning; Constraints on semantic implicit learning; Conclusion; References; What does current generative theory have to say about; Some definitions and distinctions; Mental representation and skill are different; Mental representation does not entail "rules" in the classic sense
How does mental representation develop?Explicit and implicit learning; Aspects of language that cannot be learned; Aspects of languages that are derived, not learned; Aspects of language that are learned; Quick summary; What does all of this mean for the explicit-implicit learning debate?; Candidates for explicit learning; Conclusion; References; Explicit knowledge about language in L2 learning: A usage-based perspective; Introduction; Explicit and implicit knowledge and learning; L2 learning from the perspective of complexity theory and emergentism
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
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Subject Second language acquisition -- Study and teaching
Language awareness.
Language awareness in children.
Implicit learning.
Tacit knowledge.
Unconscious, Psychology
FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY -- Multi-Language Phrasebooks.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Alphabets & Writing Systems.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Grammar & Punctuation.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Linguistics -- General.
Implicit learning
Language awareness
Language awareness in children
Second language acquisition -- Study and teaching
Tacit knowledge
Tyst kunskap.
Form Electronic book
Author Rebuschat, Patrick
LC no. 2015006119
ISBN 9789027268723