2014年12月2日 星期二

CLA 1202 notes

Narrow down my topics into just one!

  1. boost reading speed
  2. boost syntax learning

Choose one from the above two!

sdfewfdewf

CLA, My part next week: ch8 285-286 intro, 303 bottom – final

sadfasdf

有可能作L1 嗎?g.g. rules 發明的時候是for English, 難道只能給SLA, TESOL, TEFOL用嗎?Native English speaker呢?或是L1為Chinese, German, Japanese, and other language? L1 child ?

我可以把題目和研究方式拉往cognitive的方向,這樣未來有更多可以做的。

 

 

feature blank aphasia, Gopnik, 1990

This is really interesting, a biological evidence for genetic problems result in feature blank aphasia (eg, inability to learn or recognize suffix rules)

Pinker (1984): the poverty of imagination postulate –> 作理論的人,常常就是無法想像出真實情況是怎樣,無法提出真正接近的理論架構 p245: …just because someone cannot iamgine how a particular behavior might have been learned, it does not necessarily ….

VT ch12 notes 1202

Depth of vocabulary knowledge

Issues:

  1. 9 aspects of word knowledge: tabl2 12.1 / pg 226
  2. This table could be useful if I wan tot building an otological labels/tags for my semantic web
  3. AS for the order of each part of the test, see table12.2 in pg 235

To avoid tester’s’ fatigue, there are two ways:

  1. ignore the fact that they’ll be tired since it does not matter a lot to the results
  2. Find more participants so that each of the participants only have to answer smaller portions of the questions.

Immediate post test

16 Dec, 23 Dec methodoligy report / present

My title: From parts to whole: incorporating Gestalt theory into Vocabulary Teaching for 10th graders.

email Viko at least a set question for her to ask in the class after my presentation

 

A basd study would be like this:

  1. hypothesis
  2. you test something else, got some figures
  3. you did not explain the figures, but you concluded by your hyothesis