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Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 155365
Doc. No : 4642p
Call number : ‭4642‬
Main Entry : Arabi, Mojtaba
Title Proper : Cross - Linguistic Transfer Development and Syntactic Complication: A Reexamination of Interdependence Hypothesis
Supervisor : ; Mansour Koosha
Advisor : ; Mohammad Reza Talebi Nezhad
College : Khorasgan
Date : , 2013=1392
Degree : M.A
field of study : , Teaching english
College : , Khorasgan
student score : , 1392/06/02, 1391/11/11
Page No : ix , 65p.
Note : 830
Abstract : Many theorists suggest that languages are interconnected to one another and proficiencies involving more cognitively demanding tasks are common across languages. The ultimate intention of this study was to investigate how conscious mastery of forms and analytic skills developed in foreign language learning are likely to support mother tongue development. Consequently, with regard to the phenomenon of cross-linguistic transfer, this research tried to test how the null hypotheses of the study stating that, a) there is no significant influence of L2 on L1 regarding syntactic development in freshman university students, and b) there is no significant influence of L2 on L1 regarding syntactic development in senior university students can be confirmed. To test these hypotheses, four groups of Esfahan University students, 30 each, were selected randomly; they were English-major freshmen, English-non-major freshmen, English-major seniors, and English-non-major seniors. All the participants were requested to write a passage on the same composition topic in Farsi to find out whether there is any influence of L2 on L1. By considering and analyzing the results based on 1) Loban Index, 2) Minimal Terminable Unit, and 3) Cohesive Ties, the first null hypothesis for freshman university students was retained; however, the second null hypothesis was safely rejected. This study denotes implications for educational planners, material designers, and non-native speaker language teachers..
electronic file name : 4642.pdf
Title and statement of responsibility and : Cross - Linguistic Transfer Development and Syntactic Complication: A Reexamination of Interdependence Hypothesis [Thesis]; Mansour Koosha; Mohammad Reza Talebi Nezhad
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography :p.55-60
 
 
 
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