Skill Acquisition Theory and Its Important Concepts in SLA

@article{Taie2014SkillAT,
  title={Skill Acquisition Theory and Its Important Concepts in SLA},
  author={Masumeh Taie},
  journal={Theory and Practice in Language Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={4},
  pages={1971-1976}
}
  • Masumeh Taie
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Theory and Practice in Language Studies
Skill Acquisition Theory, is not just a theory of the development of language, rather it is a general theory of learning ranging from cognitive to psychomotor skills (Mystkowska-Wiertelak & Pawlak, 2012). This theory, which is based on Adaptive Control of Thought model (ACT), claims that adults commence learning something through mainly explicit processes, and, through subsequent sufficient practice and exposure, proceed to implicit processes (Vanpatten & Benati, 2010). Considering the fact… Expand
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