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I4 PSICOLINGISTICA III: ESTRATEGIAS DE APRENDIZAJE MEI3C

TEACHER: KARINA GUADALUPE DAZ PEDROZA.

ASSIGNMENT 1: GLOSSARY CHAPTER 1

COATZACOALCOS, VER., OCTOBER 29TH, 2017.

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Glossary Chapter 1

Word Concept
Declarative Knowledge
Is the static or factual information , is knowing
about something and is stored in the form of
cognitive units of meaning: propositional networks
(nodes and links) and schemata.

Procedural Knowledge
Strategies and procedures usssedd by the
learner to process L2 information for
acquissition and use.

Conscious Awareness The learner is to be conciously aware of the formal


rules of the L2 during the early stages of SLA, and
she/he becomes increasingly less aware of them as
proficiency is achieved.

Cognitive Stage Learners engagement in concious and intensive mental


activity in order to make sense of the new language
(L2).

Associative Stage Learners begin to use their previously acquired


knowledge procedurally.

Autonomous Stage The learner uses the L2 fluently and without reference
to linguistic rules. Learning processing has becoming
autonomous and acquisition of the skill has been
accomplished.

Restructuring The development of novel structures for interpreting


new information and for reorganizing existing
knowledge.

Accretion Gradual accumulation of new information by matching


new data to existing schemata.

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Tuning
Acts to refine existng knowledge by modifying
available knowledge structures.

Hypothesis Formation and Testing Learners form hypotheses based on their previous L1
or L2 knowledge and test them out in comparison with
L2 input acquired receptively, productively,
metalingually or interactionally.

REFERENCES:
Hockly, N. Ms., Madrid, D. Dr.,Learning strategies, IEXPRO ANTHOLOGY. Tuxtla
Gutirrex, Chiapas, 2017.