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Culture, Psychology, and Language Learning.

Author: Michael Hager
Publisher: Oxford : Lang, Peter, AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, 2011.
Series: Intercultural studies and foreign language learning, v. 7.
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This book demonstrates that culture and language are closely intertwined and argues that they need to be taught simultaneously from the very beginning of acquiring a second language. In the first part of the book, the author explores the close links between language and culture through looking at concepts such as ethnosyntax and gendered language. The discussion continues by examining the relationship of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Hager, Michael.
Culture, Psychology, and Language Learning.
Oxford : Lang, Peter, AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Hager
ISBN: 9783035301113 3035301115
OCLC Number: 818877250
Description: 1 online resource (362 pages).
Contents: V; Metacognition -178; PART ONE --
Culture and Language Learning -1; Chapter One --
Culture -3; Cultural Psychology -4; Self-Construal -9; Culture within SLA -12; The Theory of Mind (ToM) -17; Theory of Mind and Culture --
23; Theory of Mind and Second Language Acquisition -28; Theory of Mind and Conversation -30; Chapter Two -Language --
35; Language and Culture Intertwined -36; Language, Gender, and Self-Construal -41; Other Aspects of Culture and Language -44; Object Categorization -46; Ethnosyntax -49; Interlanguage -56; Interlanguage Pragmatics -61. Indirectness and Self-Construal -64Chapter Three -Biculturalism, Bilingualism, and Identity --
69; Biculturalism -70; Bilingualism -77; Bilingualism and Age -80; Interference, Transference, and Codeswitching -83; Biculturals and the Perception of Self -85; Bilingualism and Identity -89; Chapter Four -Cross-Cultural Awareness --
99; Intercultural Communication -100; Cultural Paradigms, Cultural Schemas -105; Paradigm Flexibility -109; Interculturalism -111; Interculture -116; Cross-Cultural Awareness and Language Instruction -121; Intercultural Language Teaching/Learning -124. PART TWO -Psychology and Language Learning --
135Chapter Five -Information Processing --
137; A Memory Model for the Processing of Information -139; Our Sensory System -140; Sensory Memory -142; Short-Term and Working Memory --
142; Long-Term Memory -143; The Processing of Information and Cognition -144; The Processing of Information and Attention -148; The Processing of Information and Culture -150; The Processing of Information and the Self -153; The Processing of Information and Intercultural Communication -156; The Processing of Information and Language -164. The Processing of Information and Age -170Chapter Six --
Cognition -175; Cognitive Styles -182; Strategies -184; Language Learning Strategies -190; Cognition and Emotion -193; Situated Cognition -205; Situated Learning and the Third Place -208; Chapter Seven --
Motivation, Emotion, and Cognition -213; Motivation -213; Motivation and Culture -216; Motivation, Cognition, and Language Learning -219; Types of Motivation found in Language Learning -225; Motivation and Emotion -232; The Af fective Filter -238; Cognitive Models of Emotions and Performance -240; Motivation and Language Identity -244. Chapter Eight --
Memory --
249Working Memory -249; Baddeley's Model of Working Memory -251; The Central Executive -252; The Visuo-Spatial Sketchpad -258; The Episodic Buffer -259; Long-Term Memory -261; The Explicit Implicit Dichotomy -263; Memory and SLA -266; Autobiographical Memory -269; Research on Autobiographical Memory -275; A Relationship between Culture, Psychology, and Language -279; Bibliography -283; Index -345.
Series Title: Intercultural studies and foreign language learning, v. 7.

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