I am looking for someone (who is either a bilingual linguist or has a degree in second language acquisition) to work on my new project.
This project must contain three sections.
Part A: Give a brief overview of your own second / third language learning history.
Part B: Describe one or more ‘critical incidents’ or features of your own L2 learning / acquisition.
Part C: Discuss this incident or feature of your L2 experience in light of one theory of second language learning or acquisition (or a part of one theory).
What you should include in Section A
In Section A you should explain what second language(s) you have learned / acquired. You should include plenty of detail here – so indicate how you learned, how well you learned, how you felt about learning. Include details of any time spent in a country where the language is spoken, or contact with native speakers. This section is narrative, but you should try to make it as reflective and analytical as possible.
What you should include in Section B
In section B you should describe in some detail something that strikes you as interesting or important about your L2 learning experience. This could include, for example, a discussion of something that seems very important in your language learning, or a critical realisation or incident that affected your learning, or a stage of your learning. Examples might include:
a sudden realisation that you could (or could not) actually speak the L2;
the experience of ‘losing’ or forgetting the L2;
differential abilities in reading, writing, speaking and / or listening;
the ability to ‘relate to’ the L2 in some way;
an ‘aha!’ moment regarding some aspect of L2 learning;
the development of your grammatical or pronunciation ability;
an inability to grasp something that you had been taught repeatedly;
the persistence of certain errors in your use of L2;
a particular type of learning experience that you found very beneficial (or completely non-beneficial);
some other event, situation or state not described above.
What you should include in Section C
In Section C you should attempt to relate what you have described in Section B to one of the
theories you have studied on the course. This does not have to be a huge overarching
theory such as Noam Chomsky’s Universal Grammar – it might be difficult or impossible to do this. However, you could:
usefully discuss one aspect of such a theory. Examples might include:
theories concerning how languages are learned in class;
theories about error and fossilisation;
theories about interaction;
theories of motivation;
theories about ‘naturalistic acquisition’;
some other theory or aspect of a theory not mentioned above.
In this section you will link your discussion of your ‘critical incident’ to your reading.
You need to reference your work correctly both in the body of your work and in the references list at the end. (Harvard referencing). word limit: 3,000
Deadline: Next Saturday 24th December
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