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The Resource Comprehending and Speaking about Motion in L2 Spanish : a Case of Implicit Learning in Anglophones

Comprehending and Speaking about Motion in L2 Spanish : a Case of Implicit Learning in Anglophones

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Comprehending and Speaking about Motion in L2 Spanish : a Case of Implicit Learning in Anglophones
Title
Comprehending and Speaking about Motion in L2 Spanish
Title remainder
a Case of Implicit Learning in Anglophones
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Navarro Ortega, Samuel A
Dewey number
410
Index
no index present
LC call number
P1-1091
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Linguistics
  • Applied linguistics
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Romance languages
  • Semantics
  • Lexicology
  • Language and education
Label
Comprehending and Speaking about Motion in L2 Spanish : a Case of Implicit Learning in Anglophones
Instantiates
Publication
Note
7.2 The Structure of€the€Oral Production Task
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Dedication; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1: Introduction; 1.1 The Purpose of€This Book; 1.2 Spanish in€the€Second-Language Classroom; 1.3 Explicit and€Implicit Knowledge in€L2 Spanish Language Learning; 1.4 Being Unaware of€Learning L2 Spanish; 1.5 About This Book; References; 2: The Linguistic Expression of€Motion in€Language; 2.1 Motion: An€Example of€a€Universal Concept; 2.2 The Internal Structure of€the€Concept of€Motion; 2.3 Talmy's Typological Framework; 2.4 Anglophones' Preference in€Talking About€Motion Events
  • 2.5 Hispanophones' Preference in€Talking About€Motion Events2.6 Manner of€Motion: Do Hispanic Speakers Ever Talk About€It?; 2.7 Some Constraints on€the€Use of€Manner in€the€Spanish Discourse; 2.8 Motion Conflation: Central Tendencies Rather Than€Crosslinguistic Differences; 2.9 How the€Meaning of€Motion Surfaces on€Meaning-Form Mappings; References; 3: Motion-Event Descriptions a€Recurrent Topic in€Spanish Discourse; 3.1 Conversations About€Motion Events in€L2 Spanish Language Learning; 3.2 Teachability and€Learnability of€the€Spanish Motion Meaning-Form Mappings
  • 3.3 Empirical Evidence in€the€Domain of€Motion in€Second/Foreign LanguageReferences; 4: Motion Events in€the€Speech + Gesture Interface; 4.1 Gestures in€Speech; 4.2 Types of€Gestures; 4.3 Child Speech + Gesture; 4.4 Gestures in€the€L2 Language Classroom; 4.5 Gestures: Are They Teachable Content?; 4.6 Gestures in€the€Domain of€Motion; 4.7 Mixed Evidence of€Acquisition of€the€L2 Speech + Gesture Interface; References; 5: Investigating Learner Sensitivity to€the€Path Conflation in€L2 Spanish; 5.1 Design of€the€Study; 5.2 Three Groups of€Adult Anglophone Learners of€L2 Spanish
  • 5.3 An Implicit Learning of€the€Meaning-ƯForm Mappings of€Motion in€L2 Spanish5.4 Dynamic Visual Stimuli for Comprehending and Speaking About€Motion; 5.5 A Comparison of€Motion-Event Descriptions in€First and€Second Language; References; 6: Sensitivity to€the€Path Conflation in€Written L2 Spanish; 6.1 Comprehension Precedes Production of€L2 Vocabulary; 6.2 Receptive Task for€Investigating the€Path Conflation in€Written L2 Spanish; 6.3 Procedure for€Investigating the€Path Conflation in€Written L2 Spanish; 6.4 Expected Outcomes of€Investigating the€Path Conflation in€Written L2 Spanish
  • 6.5 Findings of€Investigating the€Path Conflation in€Written L2 Spanish6.6 What Findings Tell Us About€the€Path Conflation in€Written L2 Spanish; 6.6.1 Consistency for€the€Manner of€Motion in€L1 English; 6.6.2 The Path of€Motion: A€Benchmark in€the€Receptive Task in€L2 Spanish; 6.6.3 Advanced L2 Spanish Learners' Performance in€Monolingual Mode; 6.6.4 Low Proficiency L2 Spanish Learners' Performance in€Bilingual Mode; References; 7: Sensitivity to€the€Path Conflation in€Oral L2 Spanish; 7.1 Experimental Context for€the€Oral Production Task
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (238 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319493077
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn971364661
Label
Comprehending and Speaking about Motion in L2 Spanish : a Case of Implicit Learning in Anglophones
Publication
Note
7.2 The Structure of€the€Oral Production Task
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Dedication; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1: Introduction; 1.1 The Purpose of€This Book; 1.2 Spanish in€the€Second-Language Classroom; 1.3 Explicit and€Implicit Knowledge in€L2 Spanish Language Learning; 1.4 Being Unaware of€Learning L2 Spanish; 1.5 About This Book; References; 2: The Linguistic Expression of€Motion in€Language; 2.1 Motion: An€Example of€a€Universal Concept; 2.2 The Internal Structure of€the€Concept of€Motion; 2.3 Talmy's Typological Framework; 2.4 Anglophones' Preference in€Talking About€Motion Events
  • 2.5 Hispanophones' Preference in€Talking About€Motion Events2.6 Manner of€Motion: Do Hispanic Speakers Ever Talk About€It?; 2.7 Some Constraints on€the€Use of€Manner in€the€Spanish Discourse; 2.8 Motion Conflation: Central Tendencies Rather Than€Crosslinguistic Differences; 2.9 How the€Meaning of€Motion Surfaces on€Meaning-Form Mappings; References; 3: Motion-Event Descriptions a€Recurrent Topic in€Spanish Discourse; 3.1 Conversations About€Motion Events in€L2 Spanish Language Learning; 3.2 Teachability and€Learnability of€the€Spanish Motion Meaning-Form Mappings
  • 3.3 Empirical Evidence in€the€Domain of€Motion in€Second/Foreign LanguageReferences; 4: Motion Events in€the€Speech + Gesture Interface; 4.1 Gestures in€Speech; 4.2 Types of€Gestures; 4.3 Child Speech + Gesture; 4.4 Gestures in€the€L2 Language Classroom; 4.5 Gestures: Are They Teachable Content?; 4.6 Gestures in€the€Domain of€Motion; 4.7 Mixed Evidence of€Acquisition of€the€L2 Speech + Gesture Interface; References; 5: Investigating Learner Sensitivity to€the€Path Conflation in€L2 Spanish; 5.1 Design of€the€Study; 5.2 Three Groups of€Adult Anglophone Learners of€L2 Spanish
  • 5.3 An Implicit Learning of€the€Meaning-ƯForm Mappings of€Motion in€L2 Spanish5.4 Dynamic Visual Stimuli for Comprehending and Speaking About€Motion; 5.5 A Comparison of€Motion-Event Descriptions in€First and€Second Language; References; 6: Sensitivity to€the€Path Conflation in€Written L2 Spanish; 6.1 Comprehension Precedes Production of€L2 Vocabulary; 6.2 Receptive Task for€Investigating the€Path Conflation in€Written L2 Spanish; 6.3 Procedure for€Investigating the€Path Conflation in€Written L2 Spanish; 6.4 Expected Outcomes of€Investigating the€Path Conflation in€Written L2 Spanish
  • 6.5 Findings of€Investigating the€Path Conflation in€Written L2 Spanish6.6 What Findings Tell Us About€the€Path Conflation in€Written L2 Spanish; 6.6.1 Consistency for€the€Manner of€Motion in€L1 English; 6.6.2 The Path of€Motion: A€Benchmark in€the€Receptive Task in€L2 Spanish; 6.6.3 Advanced L2 Spanish Learners' Performance in€Monolingual Mode; 6.6.4 Low Proficiency L2 Spanish Learners' Performance in€Bilingual Mode; References; 7: Sensitivity to€the€Path Conflation in€Oral L2 Spanish; 7.1 Experimental Context for€the€Oral Production Task
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (238 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319493077
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
ocn971364661

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