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- Individual variation in second-language acquisition
- The factors that influence the acquisition of a second language
- 7 Important Factors that May Affect the Learning Process
- English Language Learners – The Impact of Language and Socio-Cultural Factors on Learning
Individual variation in second-language acquisition is the study of why some people learn a second language better than others. Unlike children who acquire a language , adults learning a second language rarely reach the same level of competence as native speakers of that language. Some may stop studying a language before they have fully internalized it, and others may stop improving despite living in a foreign country for many years.
Individual variation in second-language acquisition
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. Whereas the previous chapter reviewed cognitive aspects of literacy and content learning, this chapter examines research related to a variety of social factors involved in school learning. It is clear that children may arrive at school ready to learn in a number of different ways. One way is to have high levels of language, emergent literacy, and world knowledge acquired at home or in preschool. Equally important, though, is readiness in the emotional, social, and motivational realms: the ability to adapt to the new constraints of the classroom, the social skills that are needed to participate effectively in classroom discourse, and the self-esteem and sense of agency required to work hard and learn intentionally. School learning is a social as well as a cognitive process, one influenced by the relationships between student and teacher and among students.
Second language acquisition is the process by which people learn a second language. This paper describes in detail how quickly learners learn a foreign language and the ultimate level that learners reach is decided not only by psychological factors but also social factors. Three topics specially discussed here are: The relationship between social contexts and L2 proficiency. It should be remembered, however, that social context influences the L2 proficiency indirectly, mediated by a number of variables. The characterization of different social contexts in which acquisition takes place and the effect the type of context has on learning. Three types of social structures which can affect the acquisition of second languages: sociolinguistic setting, specific social factors, and situational factors. Sociolinguistic setting refers to the role of the second language in society.
The factors that influence the acquisition of a second language
7 Important Factors that May Affect the Learning Process
Our daily educational experiences can be enriched by learning in culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms because we learn from others whose experiences and beliefs are different than ours. We learn to communicate effectively and respectfully with individuals of varied backgroundsand then may then think twice about stereotypes, prejudices, and discriminatory behaviors because we grow as individuals, as stewards of knowledge, and as change agents. We become good citizens in a pluralistic society. Our fastest growing diverse population in PreK are English language learners ELLs from diverse cultures and socio-economic backgrounds. ELL students are spread throughout the country with their proportion of the total public school enrollment varying greatly by state.
Some students learn a new language more quickly and easily than others. This simple fact is known by all who have themselves learned a second language or taught those who are using their second language in school. Clearly, some language learners are successful by virtue of their sheer determination, hard work and persistence. However there are other crucial factors influencing success that are largely beyond the control of the learner.
Watching children learn an additional language is a lot like seeing them swim for the first time. Some children dive right in and are soon paddling around the deep end. Others take their time, dipping a toe in the water and gradually venturing out from the shore.
This paper aims at emphasizing the importance of factors which affect language learning and language learning process.
English Language Learners – The Impact of Language and Socio-Cultural Factors on Learning
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