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Age, accent, and experience in second language acquisition

an integrated approach to critical period inquiry

by Alene Moyer

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Published by Multilingual Matters in Clevedon, Buffalo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Second language acquisition.,
  • Child development.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 157-174) and index.

    StatementAlene Moyer.
    SeriesSecond language acquisition ;, 7, Second language acquisition (Clevedon, England) ;, 7.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP118.2 .M68 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 179 p. ;
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3677819M
    ISBN 10185359718X, 1853597171, 1853597198
    LC Control Number2003017737

    Age Constraints on Second-Language Acquisition James Emil Flege case for the foreign accent ratings, the effect of AOA on the grammaticality judgment test scores AGE AND L2 ACQUISITION in accurately producing and perceiving certain English vowels (Flege, Bohn, & . The Effect of Age on Second Language Acquisition in Older Adults. Charisse Alaine Major. Department of Linguistics and English Language, BYU. Master of Arts. A primary purpose of second language (L2) research is to determine what factors hinder or help L2 acquisition. One aspect that has a strong effect on L2 proficiency is learners’ age ofCited by: 1.

    4. Age 43 5. Acculturation 45 III. Providing Input for Acquisition 57 A. The Potential of the Second Language Classroom 58 B. Limitations of the Classroom 59 C. The Role of Output 60 1. "Conversation" and language acquisition 61 2. Output and learning 61 iiiCited by: Second Language Acquisition and Age Language acquisition has been a major topic of research in linguistics for several decades. Attempts to explain the differences between children's and adults' acquisition of first and second languages have led to the development of the Critical Period Hypothesis (CPH).File Size: 59KB.

    Second Language Acquisition (SLA) refers to the study of how students learn a second language (L2) additionally to their first language (L1). Although it is referred as Second Language Acquisition, it is the process of learning any language after the first language whether it is the second, third or fourth language. Therefore, any otherCited by: 2. defining a number of key issues related to second language acquisition (SLA) first. A review of the factors most often examined in SLA is then presented, with a special emphasis on the age factor. This is followed by a section on the acquisition of second language (L2).


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Synopsis. This work critically addresses the age debate in second language acquisition studies, presenting an in-depth study of factors that predict foreign accent.

Quantitative and qualitative analyses confirm that cognitive, social, and psychological factors contribute to attainment, and that biological influences must therefore be considered 5/5(1).

The results showed a strong relationship between age at arrival and degree of accent (R = ) and the authors speculated that age of acquisition is an overwhelming factor especially up to age 7 and after age Other factors (especially extent of L2 use at home) were thought to operate more strongly at ages 7 to critical period for language acquisition begins around the age of two.

[4] Research published prior to the mids claimed that people learning a second language after puberty still retain a foreign accent, while those who acquired it before puberty did not. Scovel suggests that if a second language learning begins after the age of 12File Size: KB.

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Additional terms may apply to data associated with third party namespaces. This work critically addresses the age debate in SLA, presenting an in-depth study of factors that predict foreign accent.

Quantitative and qualitative analyses confirm that cognitive, social and psychological factors contribute to attainment, and that biological influences must be considered alongside these aspects of learner experience. Second language acquisition.

This work critically addresses the age debate in second language acquisition studies, presenting an in-depth study of factors that predict foreign accent.

Quantitative and qualitative analyses confirm that cognitive, social, and psychological factors contribute to attainment, and that biological influences must therefore be considered alongside these essential aspects of learner experience.

There are many differences among second language learners. In first language acquisition by children, individual differences (e.g. across genders or the language being learned) are largely overshadowed by striking similarities in terms of natural stages and ultimate attainment.

However,second language acquisition, individual differences have more of an impact on the second language. second language accent. Klein () argues that extensive and continuous exposure to the second language is an essential factor, but not enough in attaining native second language accent.

Accent can be acquired only if the learner is highly motivated to learn the language and has a strong desire to be like and sound like the native speakers.Is there an optimal age for second language acquisition?Everybody agrees that age is a crucial factor in language learning.

However to which extent age is an important factor still remains an open question. A plethora of elements can influence language learning: biological factors, mother tongue, intelligence, learning surroundings, emotions, motivation and last but not least: the age .acquisition is related to second-language proficiency outcomes among adult learnersJew studies have actually looked at how adult learners ofdifferent ages experience and perceive second language acquisition.

This study presents 30 women immigrant learners' accounts of their experiences and perceptions of learning English as a second language in.