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Bialystok's Analysis/ Automaticity Model

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Nataly Macias

on 20 November 2013

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Bialystok's Analysis/ Automaticity Model
The heart of the model
Practical applications of McLaughlin's attention-Processing Model
Distinction ...
There is a distinction between explicit and implicit linguistic model...
Explicit knoeledge
Are the facts that a person knows about language and the ability to articulate those facts in some way.
Implicit knowledge
Is the information that automatically and spontaneously used in language tasks.
New skill, capacity limited.
Well-trained, practiced skill capacity is relatively unlimited.
And they can be...
Focal, with intentional attention or peripheral with incidental attention.
Detail 4
Mental representations
Can be either analyzed or unanalized. Unanalized knowledge is the form in which we know mots things without being aware of the structure of that knowledge.
The distinction between automatic and non-automatic processingrefers to the relative access the learner has to the knowledge irrespective of its degree of analysis.
Knowledge that can be retrieved eaily and quickly is automatic. Knowledge that takes time and effort to retrieves is non-automatic.
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