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                                                                  发布日期:2018-04-04 | 阅读次数:

                                                                  Lectures on Language Acquisition Research

                                                                  BIT School of Foreign Languages

                                                                   

                                                                  Prof. Helen Goodluck

                                                                  Emeritus Professor, University of York

                                                                    The lectures will focus on current, controversial questions in language acquisition research:  Is the ability to learn language a unique human capacity, distinct from other cognitive abilities?  The speaker will argue that the answer is yes. Does the changing grammar of the child argue in favor of the development of the capacity for language?  The speaker will suggest the data is compatible with a position of continuity: the child’s grammar is always a possible human language.

                                                                   

                                                                  No.

                                                                  Title

                                                                  Time

                                                                  Location

                                                                  1

                                                                  The impact of Chomskyan generative grammar on language acquisition research

                                                                  10 April 

                                                                  9:30-11:30

                                                                  Room 515, Central Teaching Building, BIT

                                                                  (日博

                                                                  中心教学楼515)

                                                                   

                                                                  2

                                                                  Is language acquisition “instantaneous”?

                                                                  11 April

                                                                  9:30-11:30

                                                                  3

                                                                  Can language acquisition data choose between theories?

                                                                  13 April

                                                                  9:30-11:30

                                                                  4

                                                                  Case study 1:  The acquisition of movement

                                                                  16 April

                                                                  9:30-11:30

                                                                  5

                                                                  Case study 1 continued:  The acquisition of relative clauses

                                                                  16 April

                                                                  14:00-16:00

                                                                  6

                                                                  Case study 2:  The acquisition of PRO

                                                                  17 April

                                                                  9:30-11:30

                                                                  7

                                                                  Language in special populations

                                                                  18 April

                                                                  9:30-11:30

                                                                  8

                                                                  Language acquisition and language processing

                                                                  23 April

                                                                  9:30-11:30

                                                                  9

                                                                  Potential initial analysis of results of Chinese relative clause study

                                                                  24 April

                                                                  9:30-11:30

                                                                       

                                                                  About the speaker:
                                                                         Prof. Helen Goodluck is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Language and Linguistic Science at the University of York in Britain. Her research interests include First Language Acquisition and Adult Language Processing. Prof. Goodluck has published articles in such journal as Language, Journal of Linguistics, Lingua, Journal of Child Language, Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. She has also published Language Acquisition: A Linguistic Introduction (1991), Theoretical Issues in Language Acquisition: Continuity and Change in Development (1991), Island Constraints: Theory, Acquisition and Processing (1992), The Role of Formal Features in Second Language Acquisition (2007), and  has edited a special issue of Language and Cognitive Processes (2013), devoted to the possibility of reducing  syntactic phenomena to facts about language processing.