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Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 155558
Doc. No : 7635p
Call number : ‭7635‬
Main Entry : Aryanik, Arash
Title Proper : Extended Projections in English (L1=Persian) Interlanguage: A Generative Study of Second Language Acquisition
Supervisor : ; Ahmad Reza Lotfi
College : Isfahan (Khorasgan)
Date : , 2015=1393
Degree : M.A
field of study : , Teaching English
College : , Isfahan (Khorasgan)
student score : , 1393/10/20, 1392/00/00
Page No : xi, 70p.
Note : 830
Abstract : This thesis explores the differences between the first and the second language acquisition with regard to the extended projections, the level at which these extended projections are acquired by second language learners, and also the difference between their two main modes of performance including written and spoken. The study employed a repeated measurement design to examine 70 male and female EFL participants mainly within the age range of 18 to 30 on a Picture Description Task. The focus of this task was on the correct use of extended projections in both modes of performance. Moreover, the participants' incorrect uses and absence of extended projections were distinguished. The data-gathering tools included Oxford Proficiency Test (OPT) and Picture Description (PD) task (in both written and spoken modes) administered at a one-week interval for each level of proficiency (i.e. elementary, intermediate, and advanced) up to three weeks. Research findings indicated no significant difference between L1 (Persian) and L2 (English) with regard to the acquisition of extended projections. However, considerable differences were observed between the written and spoken modes of performance. Moreover, the results suggested that the EFL participants had already begun to specify their representations for English functional categories and extended projections at the initial stages of EFL acquisition (in this study elementary level). This was consistent with the claim that L1 influences the L2 acquisition (UG availability). Later, they improved the use of extended projections based on the positive evidence they received as they went through different levels of proficiency, therefore, there was a rise in the correct use of them from the elementary to intermediate and consequently to advanced level. This was in direct support of "Minimal trees" and "Modulated structure building" theories..
Title and statement of responsibility and : Extended Projections in English (L1=Persian) Interlanguage: A Generative Study of Second Language Acquisition [Thesis]; Ahmad Reza Lotfi
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography :p.61-63
 
 
 
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