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Debates related with a structure of SLA theory:Comprehensible one theory versus Multiple theory

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요즘 영어 교육에서 많이 이슈가 되고 있는
One theory와 Multiple theory에 관한 dabate입니다.

영어 수업 시간에 가장 많이 쓰기로 권유되는 APA 방식으로 작성 되었구요
전적으로는 multiple theory에 찬성하는 입장으로 쓴 글입니다

목차

1. INTRODUCTION
2. PREVIOUS RESEARCH IN THE STRUCTURE OF THEORY
3. INDIVIDUAL OPNION TO THE STRUCTURE OF THEORY
4. CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

본문내용

1. INTRODUCTION

Second language learning is an immensely complex phenomenon. Millions of

human beings have experience of second language learning, and may have a good

practical understanding of the activities that helped them to learn. But this practical

experience, and the common-sense knowledge which it leads to, are clearly not enough

to help us understand fully how the process happens. As time goes by second language

learning is an important task to many people. Because of that reason many researchers

argue a theory that can make better second language learning. In this report, I will

examine some debates which related with a comprehensible general one theory and

multiple theory.

참고 자료

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Gregg, K. (1993). Taking explanation seriously; or, let a couple of flowers bloom. Applied Linguistics, 14, 3, 276-294.

Long, M. (1990). The least a second language acquisition theory needs to explain. TESOL Quarterly, 24(4), 649-666.

Mitchell, R. & Myles, M. (1998). Second language learning theories. Oxford University Press. 242.

Spolsky, B. (1988). Bridging the gap: A general theory of second language learning. TESOL Quarterly, 22(3), 377-396.
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