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ArtikelAcquisition by Processing Theory: A theory of everything?  
Oleh: Smith, Mike Sharwood ; Truscott, John
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition (sebagian Full Text & ada di PROQUEST th. 2001 - ) vol. 7 no. 1 (Apr. 2004), page 1-20.
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Isi artikelThe paper offers a model of language development, first and second, within a processing perspective. We first sketch a modular view of language, in which competence is embodied in the processing mechanisms. We then propose a novel approach to language acquisition (Acquisition by Processing Theory, or APT), in which development of the module occurs as a natural product of processing activity, without any acquisition mechanisms as such. The approach is illustrated and explicated through examples of the development of content words, derivational morphology, the functional category I with its variable features, and Case and thematic roles, as well as apparent cross-linguistic variation in processing strategies and the status of bootstrapping in the model. We then examine some possible applications to issues in second language acquisition – noticing the gap, the initial state, transfer, and the apparent limits of SLA – and finally offer a broader perspective on the model: its scope, its relations to other approaches, and its possible limits.568=
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