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1. he referred to normal science

2. the scientist is the teacher

2.1. you must discover pieces of a puzzle and then join them

3. Kunk

4. cognitive

4.1. transformational

4.2. analysis and perspicasia

4.3. acquisition and perspicacia

4.4. inhalation acquisition

4.5. rationalism

4.6. mentalism process

4.7. intuition deep structure

5. behaviorist

5.1. repetition and reinforcement of learning

5.2. stimulus, response

5.3. publicly observable responses

6. relationship between psychology and linguistics

7. linguistics and psychology.

7.1. Learning is the retention of information or ability.

7.2. learning is acquiring or obtaining

7.3. retention involves memory storage systems, organization

7.4. learning implies an active and conscious approach

7.5. Learning is relatively permanent but subject to oblivion.

7.6. learning is a behavior change

7.7. Learning is relatively permanent but subject to oblivion.

7.8. Nathan Gage (1964:269)

7.8.1. to meet the demands of education theories must be reconsidered

7.8.2. teaching is to guide and facilitate learning

8. linguistics and psychology.

8.1. BF. Skinner

8.1.1. Teaching is a carefully designed conditioning process to teach as a result.

8.1.2. Second language learning should be deductive, allowing the student to discover the rules instead of imposing them.

8.2. trends in linguistics and psychology

8.2.1. theorists who defended the structural school. Leonard Bloomfield Edwar Sapir. Charles Fries.

9. language

9.1. Finochario (1964:8.)

9.1.1. symbol system that uses a culture to communicate

9.2. Pei (1996:141)

9.2.1. communication system through sounds used by a community through speech and hearing

9.3. Random house dictionary of english language (1966:806)

9.4. generativity or creativity of language.

9.5. the primacy of speech over writing

9.6. the language university among human beings.

10. language field levels

10.1. Syntactic, semi-static, phonological.

10.2. relationship between language and reality.

10.3. The history of language

10.4. phonetics, phonology, proxemic kinetic writing systems

10.5. Paralinguistic, semantic, language and cognition characteristics

10.6. psycholinguistics, communication systems, speaker-listener interaction, sentence processing

10.7. diialectology, sociology, language and culture

10.8. Bilingualism and acquisition of a second language

10.9. Jerome Bruner (1966:40-41)

10.9.1. points out that an instructional theory must have these characteristics A predisposed individual will have an effective experience The easiest way to show the materials to learn. rewards and punishments during the learning and teaching process