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  1. Native-speaker competence in second language pronunciation:myth or reality Prof. dr hab. Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk dkasia@ifa.amu.edu.pl

  2. Dates • October 5, 12, 19, 26 • November 2, 9, 16, (23), 30 • December 7, 14, 21 • January 4, 11, 18

  3. Requirements for credit • attendance and active participation in discussions • readings • at least one presentation in class (ppt)

  4. Content Part One. SLA of phonology research: history and state of the art. • a historical overview (SLA and contrastive linguistics) • major theoretical approaches • major fields of research • update in the newest topics

  5. Content… Part Two. May learners become native speakers? • metacompetence and ‘repair’ as avenues to success in SL phonology • the role of universals, first and other languages, accents and styles in SLA • can phonetics of Polish help in teaching English? • who is a native speaker?

  6. Selected references • Cook, V. 1993. Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition. London: Macmillan. • Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, Katarzyna. 2002. Conscious competence of performance as a key to teaching English. In Waniek-Klimczak, E. and Melia, P.J. (eds.) Accents and Speech in English. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 97-106. • Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, Katarzyna. 2003. How learners ‘repair’ second language phonology and whether they may become native speakers. In Waniek-Klimczak, Ewa and Włodzimierz Sobkowiak (eds.). Dydaktyka fonetyki języka obcego. Neofilologia, tom V. Płock: Zeszyty Naukowe PWSZ w Płocku.

  7. Selected references… • Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, Katarzyna. 2003. Speech is in the ear of the listener: Some remarks on the acquisition of second language sounds. In Hales, Kimberli and Angela Terveen (main editors), Aurélie Capron, Marion Correnoz and Théo Garneau, under the direction of Marie-Christine Garneau (eds.). Selected Papers from the Sixth College-wide Conference for Students in Languages, Linguistics and Literature 2002. Honolulu: College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature. University of Hawai`i at Mānoa. 81-92.

  8. Selected references… • Fisiak, J. (1993) Contrastive linguistics and foreign/second language acquisition. In Seeber, H.U. and W. Göbel (eds.) Anglistentag 1992 Stuttgart. Proceedings. vol.XIV. Max Niemeyer Verlag. 315-326. • Jassem, Wiktor. 2003. Polish. JIPA 33, 1. 103-108. • Leather, J. and A.R. James. 1991. The acquisition of second language speech. SSLA 13. 305-341.

  9. Selected references… • Proceedings of the 14th 1999 and 15th 2003 ICPhS (on CDRoms). • Shockey, Linda. 2002. Sound Patterns of Spoken English. Oxford: Blackwell. • Sobkowiak, W. 1996. English Phonetics for Poles. Poznań: Bene Nati. • Strange, Winifred. 1996. Phonetics of Second-Language Acquisition: Past, Present, Future. 13th ICPhS, 4: 76-83.