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Learning Words from Reading

A Cognitive Model of Word-Meaning Inference

Proposes the new Cognitive Model of Word-Meaning Inference to provide a cognitive perspective on how we learn new words from reading in a second or foreign language. Les mer
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Proposes the new Cognitive Model of Word-Meaning Inference to provide a cognitive perspective on how we learn new words from reading in a second or foreign language.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Part I: What Do We Know About Incidental Word Learning from Reading?
1. Theoretical Background in Word Learning from Reading
2. Mechanism of Word Learning from Reading
3. Factors in Word Learning from Reading
Part II: How Do We Obtain Information from Reading and Use It for Learning Words?
4. Introducing the Cognitive Model of Word-Meaning Inference
5. Extracting Word-Form Information and Using It for Word Learning
6. Generating Contextual Information and Using It for Word Learning
7. Pedagogical Applications
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Om forfatteren

Megumi Hamada is Professor of English in the TESOL and Linguistics programs at Ball State University, USA.