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Benati, Alessandro
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: P1
Processing instruction is a pedagogical intervention within the teaching of grammar. Its main goal is to help learners comprehend and process grammatical features accurately and appropriately. The efects of processing instruction have been compared with other instructional interventions. Overall, the results of these studies suggest that processing instruction is a very efective approach to grammar instruction. The research database on processing instruction includes learners from a variety of first languages (Chinese, English, Italian, Korean, Japanese) and age groups (adults and school-age learners), covers diferent languages (English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, German, Arabic and Spanish) and diferent language families. The studies also addresses a variety of linguistic forms and structures (e.g. verbal and nominal morphology, passive forms, word order, etc.), thereby addressing diferent processing problems. In this paper, the results of four empirical studies on the efects of processing instruction on the acquisition of English morphology and syntactic structures by Chinese L1 speakers will be presented. Practical implications of the research for the teaching of grammar to Chinese students will be highlighted.
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