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        StatementCambridge University Press
        PublishersCambridge University Press
        Classifications
        LC Classifications2001
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 108 p. :
        Number of Pages64
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100521802881
        Series
        1
        2Cambridge applied linguistics series
        3The Cambridge applied linguistics series
        Richard Schmidt Richard Schmidt -- Nick C. Ellis Richard Schmidt -- Nick C. Ellis -- Brian MacWhinney Richard Schmidt -- Nick C. Ellis -- Brian MacWhinney -- Michael Harrington Richard Schmidt -- Nick C. Ellis -- Brian MacWhinney -- Michael Harrington -- Robert M. DeKeyser Richard Schmidt -- Nick C. Ellis -- Brian MacWhinney -- Michael Harrington -- Robert M. DeKeyser -- Kevin R. Gregg Richard Schmidt -- Nick C. Ellis -- Brian MacWhinney -- Michael Harrington -- Robert M. DeKeyser -- Kevin R. Gregg -- Peter Skehan and Pauline Foster Richard Schmidt -- Nick C. Ellis -- Brian MacWhinney -- Michael Harrington -- Robert M. DeKeyser -- Kevin R. Gregg -- Peter Skehan and Pauline Foster -- Catherine Doughty Richard Schmidt -- Nick C. Ellis -- Brian MacWhinney -- Michael Harrington -- Robert M. DeKeyser -- Kevin R. Gregg -- Peter Skehan and Pauline Foster -- Catherine Doughty -- Jan H. Hulstijn Richard Schmidt -- Nick C. Ellis -- Brian MacWhinney -- Michael Harrington -- Robert M. DeKeyser -- Kevin R. Gregg -- Peter Skehan and Pauline Foster -- Catherine Doughty -- Jan H. Hulstijn -- Peter Robinson Richard Schmidt -- Nick C. Ellis -- Brian MacWhinney -- Michael Harrington -- Robert M. DeKeyser -- Kevin R. Gregg -- Peter Skehan and Pauline Foster -- Catherine Doughty -- Jan H. Hulstijn -- Peter Robinson -- Mark Sawyer and Leila Ranta Richard Schmidt-- Nick C. Ellis-- Brian MacWhinney-- Michael Harrington-- Robert M. DeKeyser-- Kevin R. Gregg-- Peter Skehan and Pauline Foster-- Catherine Doughty-- Jan H. Hulstijn-- Peter Robinson-- Mark Sawyer and Leila Ranta-- Renée Jourdenais.

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Theories about the structure of knowledge and knowledge acquisition have used similar metaphors for describing the structure of knowledge and the way the acquisition of new knowledge affects that structure Case, 1993; Newell and Simon, 1972; Miller, 1993.sound-letter relationships, the rules governing the interpretation of orthographic cues such as the silent 'e', and the pronunciation of minor spelling patterns such as 'igh,' and 'ough.

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Edited by add edition to work page Created by an anonymous user Imported Cognition and second language instruction.phoneme-grapheme mapping, word-recognition strategies, identification of derivational morphological relations among wordsas well as practice to achieve automatic processing of them.

Studies that have manipulated familiarity of both content and structure find that unfamiliar content is more disruptive to comprehension than unfamiliar structure Carrell, 1987. It seems reasonable that content learners trying to construct powerful representations of their knowledge would find it advantageous to have access to two Page 75 symbolic systems with which to construct those representations; thus one might expect that bilingual learners would have an advantage over monolinguals in this regard.

Since high-information items differ from language to language, this can lead to inefficient fixation patterns when reading in a second language Bernhardt, 1987thus perhaps disrupting the fluency that facilitates comprehension.

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Thus the depth, interconnectedness, and accessibility of prior knowledge all dramatically influence the processing of new information Chi and Koeske, 1983; McKeown et al. Ellis-- Brian MacWhinney-- Michael Harrington-- Robert M. Language-minority students may be treated differently from mainstream students as a result of forces both within and outside of school that implicitly and explicitly promote and sustain the perspectives and institutions of the majority.