Complex word order and in word-for-word translation of phrases”(para4), “first language influences is weaker in bound morphology”(para5) and finally “first language influences seems to be stronger in acquisition poor environments”,(para. The time of language acquisition can be described by the following timeline: shortly before their first birthday, babies begin to understand words, and around that birthday, they start to produce them. Therefore, from the behaviourist approach, language acquisition can be seen as a stimulus-response process children learn language by immitation and analogy the roles of imitation, repetition, reinforcement, and motivation are essential in learning the language the first language acquisition is thus the result of nature which based on practicing. Asli alan elt 5011 october, 16, 2014 reaction paper “comparing and contrasting first and second language acquisition: implications for language teachers” while learning a second language, learners go through a process where there are similarities with their native language learning process.
Language acquisition often is cited as an example of a “critical period” in development, a learning process that is constrained by time, or factors such as hormones, that are outside the learning process itself the studies on speech suggest an alternative (40, 82) the work on speech suggests that later learning may be constrained by the initial mapping that has taken place.
Reaction paper for first language acquisition theories of first and second language acquisition there are various theories that have been put forward to describe first and second language acquisition this paper outlines similarities and difference between first and second language acquisition.
Reaction paper: the relationship between first and second language learning revisited” 1 universidad católica de la santísima concepción.
Summary cook’s paper, “first and second language learning”, is a comparison between l1and l2 language learning, the different factors and the differences that can be considered inan educational context in the acquisition of a first and second language, the paper expressesan overall position, stating similarities between l1 and l2 learning. First language acquisition is touted by linguist as the process of acquiring a language via exposure whilst young first language is defined as the primary language -not necessarily mother tongue- which the speaker first acquires and use on a constant basis.
1 language acquisition 4 2 the stages of language acquisition 5 21 the prelinguistic stage 7 22 babbling 7 23 one-word utterances 9 24.
Theories in first language acquisition various theories and approaches have been developed over the past years attempting to study and analyze how do children acquire their mother tongue this essay will identify two main theories that explain the learning process of the child's first language: behaviourism and nativist or innateness theory. Noting the importance of language acquisition for children's physical, social, and cognitive development, this paper discusses first- and second-language acquisition in children after providing background on second-language acquisition, the paper discusses the controversy surrounding bilingual education programs.