HOW EXPLICIT KNOWLEDGE AFFECTS ONLINE L2 PROCESSING 1 Running head: HOW EXPLICIT KNOWLEDGE AFFECTS ONLINE L2 PROCESSING How Explicit Knowledge Affects Online L2 Processing: Evidence from Differential Object Marking Acquisition

@inproceedings{Andringa2018HOWEK,
  title={HOW EXPLICIT KNOWLEDGE AFFECTS ONLINE L2 PROCESSING 1 Running head: HOW EXPLICIT KNOWLEDGE AFFECTS ONLINE L2 PROCESSING How Explicit Knowledge Affects Online L2 Processing: Evidence from Differential Object Marking Acquisition},
  author={Sible Andringa and Maja Curcic and Natalia Rivera and Hern{\'a}n Labb{\'e} Grunberg},
  year={2018}
}
  • Sible Andringa, Maja Curcic, +1 author Hernán Labbé Grunberg
  • Published 2018
Form-focused instruction studies generally report larger gains for explicit types of instruction over implicit types on measures of controlled production. Studies that used online processing measures, which do not readily allow for the application of explicit knowledge, however, suggest that this advantage occurs primarily when the target structure is similar in the first language (L1) and the second language (L2). This study investigated how explicit knowledge of a structure that does not… CONTINUE READING
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