Definition of Language, Learning and Teaching

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1. Learning Mechanisms

1.1. Implicit

1.1.1. Arthur Reber:

1.1.1.1. " a primitive process of apprehending structure by attending to frequency cues"

1.1.2. Implicit learning

1.1.2.1. defined as

1.1.2.1.1. learning without awareness of what is being learned

1.1.2.2. sequence learning

1.1.2.3. control of complex system

1.1.2.4. artificial grammars

1.1.3. Example

1.1.3.1. acquire native language

1.1.3.1.1. inductive and implicit

1.2. Explicit

1.2.1. defined as

1.2.1.1. learners concious and deliberate attempt to solve a problem

1.2.2. involves

1.2.2.1. memorizing

1.2.3. demands on:

1.2.3.1. working memory

1.2.4. learners are aware

1.2.4.1. of learning

1.2.5. example

1.2.5.1. multiplication

1.2.5.2. playing chess

2. Language

2.1. Socialization argues:

2.1.1. Knowledge is based on language

2.1.1.1. and linguistic representations

2.2. human minds

2.2.1. are shaped by language

2.2.1.1. it denies

2.2.1.1.1. infant knowledge

2.2.1.1.2. implicit knowledge

2.3. The mastery of language entails

2.3.1. correct grammatically texts

2.3.2. appropriate speech

2.4. To study a language

2.4.1. is to study a meaning system

2.5. Is

2.5.1. a historical product

2.5.2. a system

2.5.2.1. consist of

2.5.2.1.1. development

2.5.2.1.2. acquisition

2.5.2.1.3. maintenance

2.5.2.1.4. use of communication

3. Teaching a language

3.1. teach a system of:

3.1.1. cultural customs

3.1.1.1. sociolinguistic aspects

3.1.1.2. adapting to life

3.1.2. values

3.1.3. ways of thinking

3.1.4. feeling

3.1.5. acting

4. Learning

4.1. is a process of:

4.1.1. acquiring new knowledge

4.1.2. acquisition of skills

4.1.2.1. through

4.1.2.1.1. study

4.1.2.1.2. experiences

4.1.2.1.3. being taught

4.1.3. behaviors

4.1.4. values

4.1.5. preferences

4.2. ability to learn

4.2.1. processes involved:

4.2.1.1. educational psychology

4.2.1.2. neuropsychology

4.2.1.3. experimental psychology

4.2.1.4. pedagogy