Developmental Sequences in Second Language Learning. Presenters: Jacqueline dos Anjos, Hanna Heseker, Dana Meyer. Let ‘ s assume. Second Language Acquisition. Table of Contents. 1. Background: Influences in SLA 2. Grammatical Morphemes 3. Stages of Development 3.1 Negations 3.2 Questions
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Presenters: Jacqueline dos Anjos, Hanna Heseker, Dana Meyer
Second Language Acquisition
→ Learners develop an interlanguage: Various levels of success in their L2 acquisition
“smallest meaningful segment of a language“
“a word that functions to specify the relationship between one lexical morpheme and another“
‘Yesterday I listened to that song three times.‘
auxiliary (progressive as in ‘He is going’)article
regular past –edthird person singular –spossessive ‘s
Stephen Krashen‘s Natural Order Hypothesis
Source: Lightbrown, Patsy M. and Nina Spada. How Languages are Learned. 3rd ed. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2006. 84.
Source: Lightbrown, Patsy M. and Nina Spada. How Languages are Learned. 3rd ed. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2006. 90.