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Bardovi-Harlig
learners more likely to mark past tense on some verbs than on others
Canale & Swain
grammatical competence/sociolinguistic competence/discourse competence/strategic comp.
DeKeyser
SLA as skill learning
declarative --> procedural
Gass
RC hierarchy in SLA
Keenan/Comrie
RC hierarchy across languages
Lightbown and Spada
communicative competence
Piaget
symbol system used to express knowledge, acquired through interaction with physical world
Pienemann
question-forming hierarchy
Pit Corder
learner has their own internal system, which we can get at through 'error analysis'
Schmidt
Have to notice before we can use something correctly
Segalowitz
information processing, "pay attention", "info overload"
Selinker
called second language learner's internal language system interlanguage
Swain
comprehensible output hypothesis (need to speak speeds learning)
Vygotsky
socio-cultural reasons drive language acquisition
zone of proximal development
thought=internalized speech, speech comes from social interactions
White
8 stages of French-speaker's possessive determiner acquisition in English