Rod Hinn, Monterey Institute of International Studies

Input is usually defined as the linguistic data that is available to individuals in the environment.  The presentation will discuss the problem with such a definition and offer an alternative: the concept of language experience. Drawn from emergentist perspectives, an understanding of language experiences can lead us to certain pedagogical implications.

Paper Presentation (45 minutes)
CC, C/U
Morse Building, Room B206

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