第二言語習得の哲学<br>A Philosophy of Second Language Acquisition (Yale Language Series)

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第二言語習得の哲学
A Philosophy of Second Language Acquisition (Yale Language Series)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 256 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780300100266
  • DDC分類 418.0019

基本説明

Proposes a new model of second language acquisition (SLA) - a model that shifts the focus from language competence (the ability to pass a language exam) to language performance (using language competently in real-life contexts).

Full Description


How does a person learn a second language? In this provocative book, Marysia Johnson proposes a new model of second language acquisition (SLA)-a model that shifts the focus from language competence (the ability to pass a language exam) to language performance (using language competently in real-life contexts).Johnson argues that current SLA theory and research is heavily biased in the direction of the cognitive and experimental scientific tradition. She shows that most models of SLA are linear in nature and subscribe to the conduit metaphor of knowledge transfer: the speaker encodes a message, the hearer decodes the sent message. Such models establish a strict demarcation between learners' mental and social processes. Yet the origin of second language acquisition is located not exclusively in the learner's mind but also in a dialogical interaction conducted in a variety of sociocultural and institutional settings, says the author. Drawing on Vygotsky's sociocultural theory and Bakhtin's literary theory, she constructs an alternative framework for second language theory, research, teaching, and testing. This approach directs attention toward the investigation of dynamic and dialectical relationships between the interpersonal (social) plane and the intrapersonal (individual) plane. Johnson's model shifts the focus of SLA away from a narrow emphasis on language competence toward a broader view that encompasses the interaction between language competence and performance.Original and controversial, A Philosophy of Second Language Acquisition offers:an introduction to Vygotsky's sociocultural theory and Bakhtin's literary theory, both of which support an alternative framework for second language acquisition;an examination of the existing cognitive bias in SLA theory and research;a radically new model of second language acquisition.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
Introduction 1 (6)
Part One: Following the Cognitive Tradition 7 (94)
1. Three Major Scientific Research Traditions 9 (9)
2. Behaviorism and Second Language Learning 18 (12)
3. The Cognitive Tradition and Second 30 (16)
Language Acquisition
4. Information Processing Models 46 (39)
5. Communicative Competence Versus 85 (16)
Interactional Competence
Part Two: A Dialogical Approach to SLA 101(90)
6. Fundamental Principles of Vygotsky's 103(17)
Sociocultural Theory
7. Bakhtin's Dialogized Heteroglossia 120(9)
8. Vygotsky's Sociocultural Theory and Second 129(41)
Language Learning
9. Building a New Model of Second Language 170(21)
Acquisition
Bibliography 191(12)
Index 203