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natural grammar

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Lynn Lee

on 24 May 2011

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Language faculty A component of the human mind, physically represented in the brain and part of the biological endowment of the species. Chomsky,2002 Universal grammar Principle & prarmeter Children's analysis of language input is strictly constrained and channeled by UG. UG as a set of abstract principles which are properties (core grammar) of all language in the world. Psychology and SLA The nature of knowledge Neurolinguistics Neurolinguistics Brain lateralization Hemispheric specialization Increased maturation & less plasticity The Natural Grammar, Mind and Speaker Performance Stephan Krashen Monitor Model Thanks for your time~^^
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