mercredi 9 juillet 2008

Grammaire en tant qu'habilité

In 2003 Diane [LARSEN-FREEMAN] published Teaching Language: From Grammar to Grammaring, in which she looks at language from the perspective of dynamical systems. In the book she explores the complexity, dynamism, and nonlinearity of language and its acquisition (Heinle/Thomson, 2003). Her current book with Lynne Cameron, Complex Dynamic Systems and Applied Linguistics (Oxford University Press, 2008) amplifies this perspective for the applied linguistics areas of first and second language acquisition, discourse and the language classroom. The final chapter is on researching applied linguistics from a complexity theory perspective. [source]
“For the purpose of teaching and learning a language, I suggest that it would be better to think of grammar as a skill or dynamic process, something that I have called grammaring, rather than as a static area of knowledge.” [source]

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