Friday, May 25, 2012

teaching


Definition of :
1.   Teaching

2.   Remedial
intended to improve a person's ability to read, write, etc ; intended to help people who have difficulty learning the basic skills of reading, writing etc. Tending or intended to rectify or improve intended as a remedy. Concerned with the correction of faulty study habits and the raising of a pupil's general competence

3.   Interlanguage
is an emerging linguistic system that has been developed by a learner of a second language (or L2) who has not become fully proficient yet but is approximating the target language: preserving some features of their first language (or L1), or overgeneralizing target language rules in speaking or writing the target language and creating innovations. The interlanguage rules are shaped by: L1 transfer, transfer of training, strategies of L2 learning (e.g. simplification), strategies of L2 communication (or communication strategies like circumlocution), and overgeneralization of the target language patterns.
Interlanguage is based on the theory that there is a "psychological structure latent in the brain" which is activated when one attempts to learn a second language.

4.   First Language (L1)
is the language a person has learned from birth or speaks the best, and is often the basis for sociolinguistic identity.

5.   Second Language (L2)
is used to refer to a language which is not a mother tongue but which is used for certain communicative functions in a society. It is learned after the first language (L1) or mother tongue.

6.   Exposure
the fact or condition of being exposed ; State or condition of being unprotected and open to damage, danger, risk of suffering a loss in a transaction, or uncertainty.

7.   Fossilization
refers to the often-observed loss of progress in the acquisition of a second language (L2), following a period where learning occurred.

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