Error Analysis and Second Language Acquisition

@article{Khansir2012ErrorAA,
  title={Error Analysis and Second Language Acquisition},
  author={Ali Akbar Khansir},
  journal={Theory and Practice in Language Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={1027-1032}
}
  • Ali Akbar Khansir
  • Published 5 January 2012
  • Linguistics
  • Theory and Practice in Language Studies
Error Analysis is one of the major topics in the field of second language acquisition research. Errors are an integral part of language learning. The learner of English as a second language is unaware of the existence of the particular system or rule in English language. The learner’s errors have long been interested for second and foreign language researchers. The basic task of error analysis is to describe how learning occurs by examining the learner’s output and this includes his/her correct… 

Native Language Interference in Learning a Second Language

The purpose of the research is to identify and investigate grammatical errors of the theses which are written by students’ Department of English Literature at one of the State Universities, Jakarta,

Study of Errors and English Language Teaching: A Systematic Review

This systematic review paper investigates a study of errors and English language teaching. This paper employed the systematic review approach and focuses on paragraph and essay writing errors in EFL

A Psycholinguistic Perspective on Error Analysis: The Acquisition of Tense-Aspect

  • R. Gad
  • Linguistics
    Egyptian Journal of English Language and Literature Studies
  • 2018
Many linguistic studies have been conducted as a reaction to this neverending bewilderment at people’s ability to acquire or learn two or more languages. This gave rise to Psycholinguistics as a

ERROR ANALYSIS AND ENGLISH SYLLABUS

  • Ali Akbar Khansir
  • Linguistics, Education
    LLT Journal: A Journal on Language and Language Teaching
  • 2022
The present article is an attempt to examine the place of English syllabus and its relationship with error analysis in English language class. In recent years, there has been a positive trend in

Students’ Written Production Error Analysis in the EFL Classroom Teaching: A Study of Adult English Learners Errors

The result showed that syntax errors are more frequently found than morphology errors, especially in terms of verb phrase errors, which means that it is important for teacher to know the theory of second language acquisition in order to know how the students learn and produce theirlanguage.

The Grammatical Error Analysis Found in Students’ Composition

Grammar is an important language component to enhance students’ language proficiency. However, many students still make grammatical errors in writing their essays. This research aims at analyzing

Error Analysis: A Case Study Of Malaysian Efl Learners

Error analysis is a very significant area of applied linguistics as well as foreign language learning. This study was to identify, describe and explain the errors made by EFL tertiary-level learners

Contrastive Analysis Hypothesis and Second Language Learning

This article aims to provide an overview of some of the issues related to contrastive analysis hypothesis in second language learning. Contrastive hypothesis is one of the branches of applied

Study of Consonant Pronunciations Errors Committed by EFL Learners

As the topic suggests, the research paper presents Study of Consonant Pronunciations Errors Committed by EFL Learners. Error analysis always tries to resolve language learners’ problems in acquiring

Grammatical Analysis of Students’ Reflective Writing

Grammar is a crucial element in communication, especially in a second language, and without the organization of grammar, language exchange is intruded. This paper explored grammatical issues in
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 38 REFERENCES

Errors in Language Learning and Use: Exploring Error Analysis

This book discusses human error Successive paradigms Interlanguage and the veto on comparison Learners and native speakers The heyday of Error Analysis Mounting criticism of Error analysis Data collection for Error Analysis.

Error Theories and Second Language Acquisition

It is argued that an integrated approach, which combines three theories, is needed to deal with the complexities of SLA and provide empirical evidence for the improvement of teaching methodology.

Contribution of Error Analysis to Foreign Language Teaching

It is inevitable that learners make mistakes in the process of foreign language learning. However, what is questioned by language teachers is why students go on making the same mistakes even when

第二语言习得研究 = The study of second language acquisition

Acknowledgements Introduction PART ONE - BACKGROUND Introduction 1. Second language acquisition research: an overview PART TWO - THE DESCRIPTION OF LEARNER LANGUAGE Introduction 2. Learner errors and

The Contrastive Analysis Hypothesis.

The claim that the best language-teaching materials are based on a contrast of the two competing linguistic systems has long been a popular one in language teaching. It exists in strong and weak

‘Simple Codes’ and the Source of the Second Language Learner's Initial Heuristic Hypothesis

  • S. P. Corder
  • Linguistics
    Studies in Second Language Acquisition
  • 1978
Linguistic theory must be sufficiently rich and comprehensive to be able to account for the structure of the most complex or elaborate manifestation of language. In consequence any structurally less

THE CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS HYPOTHESIS AND SPELLING ERRORS

The implications of three versions of the contrastive analysis hypothesis (CAH) are explored. The strong and weak forms are rejected in favor of a more moderate version which predicts the results of

Some Reservations Concerning Error Analyis

The argument over the relative merits of contrastive analysis and error analysis has persisted for some time. In general, proponents of error analysis have been more convincing. However, although the

The handbook of second language acquisition

List of Contributors. Acknowledgments. Part I: Overview:1. The Scope of Inquiry and Goals of SLA: Catherine J. Doughty and Michael H. Long (University of Hawai'i). Part II: Capacity and

ON THE NATURE OF INTERLANGUAGE SYSTEMS

This paper argues that the Interlanguage Hypothesis, as it is currently stated, lacks clear definitions of some of its most important characteristics. The central characteristics of ILs are examined.