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Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 155264
Doc. No : 3797P
Call number : ‭3797‬
Main Entry : Nouri Samani, Behrouz
Title Proper : Nature of L2 Grammatical Proficiency: A Multi - dimensional Approach
Supervisor : ; AhmadReza Lotfi
Advisor : ; Ramin Samani
Degree : Ph.D
field of study : , Teaching Language
student score : , 1389/10/18, 1386/00/00
Page No : 334 P.: Table, Picture
Note : 890
Abstract : This thesis explores the nature of EFL learners' grammatical proficiency focusing on the extent to which such variables as modality and task explicitness have adverse effects on their performance on measures of linguistic competence including GJ tasks. The study employs a repeated measurement design to examine the performance of 60 female EFL participants within the age range of 19-30 on 4 different types of Grammaticality Judgment tasks. In order to further delimit the research, the subjacency constraint on WH-questions is the focus of all these tasks. Moreover, the participants' reaction times (RTs) came under scrutiny via recording their response latency in milliseconds. The data-gathering procedures include computerized GJ tasks (i.e. Explicit Written, Implicit Written, Oral Stimulus and No Stimulus GJ tasks) administered at a one-week interval for each GJ task up to four weeks (with a different GJ task per week). Research findings indicate no significant differences between the explicit and implicit tasks across written and oral modalities. Also no significant difference is observed in the overall performance of High-Intermediate and Low-Intermediate on the aforementioned GJ tasks. However, significant differences are observed between the RT mean scores of correctly recognized ungrammatical and grammatical WH-questions in both proficiency groups. Results suggest that EFL learners' tapping of their L2 competence is not blurred due to interference from test-performance variables. Moreover, it takes them more time to correctly recognize ungrammatical WH-questions in comparison with grammatical ones..
Subject : Keywords: Explicit Knowledge, Grammaticality Judgement Task, Grammatical Proficiency, Implicit Knowledge, Modality, Subjacency, WH-question
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electronic file name : 3797.pdf
Title and statement of responsibility and : Nature of L2 Grammatical Proficiency: A Multi - dimensional Approach [Thesis]; AhmadReza Lotfi; Ramin Samani
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography:P. 257-267
 
 
 
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