CLL lecture: L2 processing. November 2004 Florencia Franceschina. input. working memory. output. long-term memory. Memory. Gathercole and Baddeley (1994). declarative memory. production memory. working memory. outside world. Memory. J.R. Anderson (1983, 1995).
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There is a tension between
1) Cognitive stage
2) Associative stage
3) Autonomous stage
Principle 1: learners process input for meaning before they process it for form
Principle 2: For learners to process form that is not meaningful, they must be able to process informational or communicational content at no or little cost to attentional resources
Principle 3: Learners possess default input processing strategies
a. Exchanges*You have hissed all my mystery lecturesYou have missed all my history lectures
b. Anticipations*I's a meal mysteryIt's a real mystery
c. Perseverations*give the goygive the boy
d. Substitutions, additions, omissions*his rettershis letters
*prich playerrich player
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