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Reading and Recall in L1 and L2

A Sociocultural Approach (Contemporary Studies in Second Language Learning)

by Regina Roebuck

  • 65 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Ablex Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language acquisition,
  • Language teaching theory & methods,
  • Reading skills,
  • Psychological aspects,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Language,
  • Second Language Acquisition,
  • Reading comprehension,
  • General,
  • Linguistics,
  • Education / General,
  • Discourse Analysis,
  • Recollection (Psychology)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8686688M
    ISBN 101567504116
    ISBN 109781567504118

    CONNECTIONS BETWEEN L1 AND L2 READINGS: READING STRATEGIES USED BY FOUR CHINESE ADULT READERS experiences with L1 reading and L2 learning as well as their exposure to the L2 culture all While different scripts may require different strategies for recall of visual and auditory information, Parry’s () comparative study between the. Dec 01,  · This study builds upon previous research examining the relationship between first-language (L1) reading, second-language (L2) knowledge, and L2 reading. The unique contributions of L1 reading, L2 vocabulary, and L2 grammatical skill to L2 reading scores are investigated along with whether or not the contributions differ by course bextselfreset.com by:

    Brisbois () also examined the relationship between L1 reading, L2 knowledge, and L2 reading with beginning and upper level English native speakers learning French as L2. L1 reading comprehension was assessed through two tasks: the Nelson-Denny Reading Test and written recall . Key Issues in L2 Reading Development 8 In this article, I provide an overview of key issues for L2 reading development. The goal is a succinct summary of ideas that should support more effective teaching and improve students’ reading abilities.

    This book focuses on the effects of L1 cognitive resources on L2 reading e.g. the effects of L1 reading ability, the ability in L1 mental-structure building, L1 cognitive use in L2 reading, and other related cognitive mechanisms and capacities of EFL learners in China. The present study examines the effects of 3 kinds of glosses—first-language (L1) Chinese glosses plus second-language (L2) English example sentences, L1 in-text glosses, and L1 marginal glosses—in comparison with a no-gloss condition in reading an English passage, to explore whether providing glosses can facilitate reading comprehension and vocabulary acquisition. A total of


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Reading and Recall in L1 and L2 by Regina Roebuck Download PDF EPUB FB2

Reading and Recall in L1 and L2: A Sociocultural Approach (Contemporary Studies in Second Language Learning) [Regina Roebuck] on bextselfreset.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Through its constuctivist orientation and Sociocultural perspective, this book contributes to an improved understanding of what it means to read andCited by: Jan 19,  · Reading and Recall in L1 and L2 by Regina Roebuck,available at Book Depository with free delivery bextselfreset.com: Regina Roebuck.

In order to understand reading development in L1 and L2, this research introduces studies that have used recall strategies to improve comprehension in participants in terms of their immediate memory that is, working bextselfreset.com: Pheladi Florina Fakude. Findings from research concerning the transfer of L1 reading strategies to the L2 context are contradictory.

Our hypothesis is that relative performance in L1 and L2 reading is associated with two key variables involved in successful L2 reading comprehension: L1 reading proficiency and L2 language competency. L2 reading is an ability that combines L2 and L1 reading resources into a dual-language processing system.

Cook (; Cook & Bassetti, a) describes this interaction of L1 and L2 systems as bextselfreset.com: William Grabe. The chapter discusses the L1–L2 reading similarities. It outlines 15 ways L2 reading comprehension processes and instruction may differ from L1 contexts.

The chapter presents six major differences between L1 and L2 readers involving vocabulary, grammar, discourse, orthography, and metalinguistic and metacognitive bextselfreset.com by: 2.

How Do L1 and L2 Reading Differ. Evidence from Think Aloud Protocols JAMES N. DAVIS Department of French University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR The extent to which L1 and L2 reading differ has, not surprisingly, also been a focus Being required to write a recall protocol.

This is especially true of reading comprehension in one's non-native language. This article is devoted to addressing this knowledge gap. We present an integrative approach toward reading comprehension (or “text comprehension”) in both the first (L1) and the second (L2) language context from a neuro-cognitive bextselfreset.com by: 6.

L1 contexts than it is in L2 contexts. Fourth, reading instruction in L1 contexts has been a source of many instructional innovations that have not yet been explored extensively in L2 contexts, either at the level of research or at the level of practical implementation. These factors suggest that we can describe the reading abilities of students learning to read in their L1s quite well.

3 French, I read a lot francais facile (simplified famous novels) and comic books like Benoit and Tin Tin. Besides my own experience and the children‟s that I observe, an interesting essay concerning reading and L2 learning which is necessary in my reflection is The Professor is a Drop Out (Johnson, ).This essay tells about a Hispanic family, a mother with three children, moving to.

Turnbull & Sweetnam Evans: The effects of L1 and L2 group discussions on L2 reading comprehension Reading in a Foreign Language 29(1) social, humanitarian, and commonsensical” ones (p. Prevailing teaching approaches tend to affect whether teachers view the L1 as useful or not in the L2 learning process.

Direct teaching. L2 Reading: An Update on Relevant L1 Research. in these studies not only did the researchers use recall protocols to test the readers' reading performance but they also assessed the recall. L2 with a two-language processing system.

This is to say, reading in an L2 is supported by a two-language system (L1 and L2 together) rather than just an L2 system. (The L1 never completely turns off.) All of these factors suggest that L2 reading can be quite different from L1 reading.

This chapter outlines 14 ways in which L2 reading comprehension. Regarding group differences, the China group had faster reading rates on two L2 tasks (scanning, skimming) and on all L1 tasks; the Canada group scored higher on the memorizing task, a written recall.

L2 proficiency was not a predictor of L2 reading rate but was a predictor of L2 performance on two tasks (learning, memorizing).Cited by: Oct 14,  · The present study aimed to examine L2 reading comprehension in relation to vocabulary knowledge, topic familiarity, perceived situational interest, sources of interest and strategic reading behaviors.

The study was carried out at a major state university in Author: Funda ÿlmez. The texts served as the basis for examining the English group's L1 and the Arabic group's L1 and L2 reading comprehension strategy use through their recall of the main ideas of these texts.

Jul 21,  · PROGRESS AND PROCRASTINATION IN SECOND LANGUAGE READING - Volume 25 - Elizabeth Bernhardt The chapter then synthesizes the perspectives by acknowledging the necessary components of a contemporary L2 reading model, including L1 literacy level, L2 knowledge level, recognizing the interactions of background knowledge, processing strategies Cited by: "In a sense L2 users have no more in common than L1 users; the whole diversity of mankind is there.

Some of them use the second language as skillfully as a monolingual native speaker, like [Vladimir] Nabokov writing whole novels in a second language; some of them can barely ask for a coffee in a restaurant. L2 reading instruction should be.

plications for L2 reading instruction. Key words: L2 reading comprehension, recall, strategy' 1 Introduction There is little doubt that skilled reading is a critical component in any L2 learning as in learning of many other subjects. Enormous body of re­ search devoted to reading in educational psychology, language arts and.

The children's neurocognitive pattern changed both by literacy stage and domain. Visuo‐spatial recall and RAN appeared as early precursors of L1 literacy, while phonological awareness appeared as early precursor of L2 English. Verbal long term memory was associated with both L1 Cited by:. This study is interested in whether L2 reading skills help develop L1 reading skills.

It is also focused on which reading subskills can be improved more in L1 by the help of the L2 reading courses. In the study, the relationship between reading skills in the L2 and the L1 are evaluated. 2. .L1 in the classroom can be divided into advantages and disadvantages.

As a final comment before examining use of the native language of the students in greater detail, the teacher should always consider the reasons for his use of the L1 before weighing any positives or negatives.Nov 26,  · To this extent then one can say in general terms that reading in the L1 and L2 can be similar.

However, as seen from the studies above reading in the L2 is also very different from reading in the L1. Second language refers to "the chronology of language learning; a second language being any language acquired after the native" (Stern,p.

12).