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ERIC Number: ED057647
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 244
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Toward a Cognitive Approach to Second-Language Acquisition. Language and the Teacher: A Series in Applied Linguistics, Volume 17.
Lugton, Robert C., Ed.; Heinle, Charles H., Ed.
This collection of articles concerns various aspects of a cognitive approach to second language learning. The discussion of such an approach involves current ideas in linguistics, psychology, and sociology. The 13 chapters represent the work of 14 authors and include the following titles: "Toward a Cognitive Approach,""Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages: The State of the Art,""Instructional Strategies: Their Psychological and Linguistic Bases,""Implications of Recent Psycholinguistic Developments for the Teaching of a Second Language,""Learning a Language in the Field: Problems of Linguistic Relativity,""The Analogy between First- and Second-Language Learning,""The Audio-Lingual Habit Theory Versus the Cognitive Code-Learning Theory: Some Theoretical Considerations,""Code-Cognition Approaches to Language Learning,""Adding a Second Language,""From Skill Acquisition to Language Control,""Toward a Better Implementation of the Audio-Lingual Approach,""C'est la Guerre? or Can Cognition and Verbal Behavior Co-Exist in Second-Language Learning," and "Some New Strategies for Teaching Oral Skills." (VM)
Center for Curriculum Development, Inc., 401 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19106 ($3.90)
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