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Acquisition des langues

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Jui 2018

Acquisition des langues

Cientistas identificam a 'melhor idade' para aprender uma língua estrangeira

Há uma "janela de oportunidade" etária para aprender idiomas com fluência, segundo uma pesquisa recém-divulgada do MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), o famoso centro interdisciplinar de pesquisa dos EUA. O tema não é alvo de consenso entre pesquisadores, mas o estudo do MIT indica que se você quer ter conhecimento gramatical de inglês como um nativo, deve tentar começar...

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Jui 2018

Acquisition des langues

The impact of degree of bilingualism on L3 development

A higher degree of bilingualism in Frisian and Dutch is not the best predictor of successful L3 English development. Other factors, for example, gender, language contact, attitudes and motivation towards language learning and self-assessment of language proficiency, play a more important role. Mercator's researcher Mirjam Günther-van der Meij writes this in her dissertation 'The impact of...

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Jui 2018

Acquisition des langues

Hoe erg is een buitenlands accent? - NEMO Kennislink

Van de intonatie van een taal zijn we ons vaak weinig bewust. Toch storen veel mensen zich aan een ‘buitenlands accent’. Maar uit onderzoek van Lieke van Maastricht blijkt dat een verkeerde intonatie het begrijpen van spraak niet in de weg staat. Bovendien kun je je trainen in het horen van de verschillen in melodie en ritme. Meer lezen... >>>>

Mai 2018

Acquisition des langues

You’re never too old to become fluent in a foreign language

The Conversation, 10 May 2018 by Monika Schmid , Professor of Linguistics, University of Essex A new study on second language learning has recently taken the media by storm. A range of headlines – from the BBC to the Daily Mail and The Guardian – all trumpeted the depressing message that it’s impossible to become fluent in a foreign language after around age ten. All of these reports...

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Mai 2018

Acquisition des langues

Développement d’une deuxième langue chez l’enfant : à partir de quel âge ?

Source : The Conversation, 5 avril 2018 Chez le jeune enfant, qu’il s’agisse du bilinguisme d’immigration ou d’élite, les problématiques émergentes au sein de l’école, au sein des familles expatriées et des couples mixtes, amènent fatalement les parents à se poser la question-clef : quel est le meilleur moment pour commencer l’enseignement d’une deuxième...

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Mar 2018

Acquisition des langues

Les incroyables bienfaits des livres sur notre cerveau (Le Figaro)

Par Christophe DoréPublié le 15/03/2018 à 17h23INFOGRAPHIE - Comme le rappelle Stanislas Dehaene, professeur au Collège de France et psychologue cognitiviste, la science n'en finit pas de découvrir de nouvelles vertus à la lecture. Lire rend-il intelligent? Pour y répondre, qui mieux que celui qui fait figure d'alchimiste de l'apprentissage et de l'éducation, Stanislas Dehaene,...

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Mar 2018

Acquisition des langues

Een brein voor taal leren

Bron: Kennislink, 9 februari 2018

Terwijl de een schijnbaar moeiteloos een nieuwe taal leert, kost het de ander bloed, zweet en tranen. Taalwetenschapper Maja Ćurčić probeert deze verschillen te verklaren. Vorige week verdedigde ze haar proefschrift aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam. Meer lezen... >>>>

Jan 2018

Acquisition des langues

Does sleep improve language learning in infants?

Source: BOLD, Blog on Language Learning and Development November 27, 2017 Today, little is known about the relationship between infants’ language experiences when they are awake and the length and frequency of periods of sleep. But recent research in adults suggests that the amount of sleep at an early age is directly related to infants’ language development. Around the time of their first...

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Jan 2018

Acquisition des langues

Talen en dialecten gescheiden in het brein?

Bron: Kennislink, 8 januari 2018 Hoe kun je talen objectief scheiden van dialecten? Taalkundigen concludeerden na een lange zoektocht dat dit onmogelijk is: het onderscheid is puur sociaal en politiek van aard. Een Schotse psycholoog beweert nu dat het wél kan. Noren, Zweden en Denen kunnen elkaar onderling redelijk goed volgen, maar spreken officieel elk hun eigen taal. Sprekers van het...

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Jan 2018

Acquisition des langues

Growing up with two languages - How this shapes toddlers’ communication skills

Source: BOLD, Blog on Learning and Development, June 14th, 2017 Growing up bilingual comes with several advantages. Compared with their monolingual peers, bilingual children are better at switching back and forth between two different tasks, taking someone else’s perspective, problem solving, and finding creative solutions to a task. So in addition to learning two different languages,...

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Jan 2018

Acquisition des langues

How do bilingual children learn to read?

Source: BOLD, Blog on learning and development, March 1 2017 Learning to read is a challenge for all children; it doesn’t come naturally. Babies begin life with the ability to learn language, and they do, rather quickly and effortlessly. Before a child is even able to tie her shoes, she will know the grammar of her language – not the grammatical rules taught in school, but the system for how...

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Déc 2017

Acquisition des langues

Do dialect speakers really have a harder time learning to read and write?

This may depend at least to some extent on how well these children know the standard language and how well they are able to cope with tricky aspects of letter-to-sound matching Source: Bold, Blog on learning and development, by Jessica Carolyn Bühler, January 4, 2017 Over 7,000 dialects are spoken worldwide, but little has been written in the literature about how growing up speaking a dialect...

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