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Presentation Title: Perception vs. Production of Second Language Phonology

Section: Language and meaning II

Location: , 220

Date & Time: Friday, April 19, 2013 - 11:55am - 12:10pm

Abstract:

The aim of this project is to examine the ways in which perception and production of Arabic pronunciation among native English speakers learning Arabic are related to one another. Over the course of acquiring a second language, there is a point at which the learner becomes able to accurately hear the difference between Arabic pronounced by a native speaker and that produced by a learner. This point, however, may not be the same as the point at which the learner himself can produce native-like Arabic. Through this research, I aim to determine when accurate native production and perception are each attained, if at all. I will also analyze the relationship between these two achievements in the process of second language acquisition. 

Type of Presentation: Individual oral

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Presentation Area: Non-English Languages

Presentation Topic: Education

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Presenter Information
Presenter(s): Barzilai, Maya Leah
Major(s): Independent Scholar of Linguistics
Class Year(s): 2013

Sponsor(s): Rohena-Madrazo, Marcos J.
Dept(s): Department of Spanish and Portuguese

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