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Title: Native-speaker competence in second language pronunciation: myth or reality


1
Native-speaker competence in second language
pronunciationmyth or reality
  • Prof. dr hab. Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kolaczyk
  • dkasia_at_ifa.amu.edu.pl

2
Dates
  • October 5, 12, 19, 26
  • November 2, 9, 16, (23), 30
  • December 7, 14, 21
  • January 4, 11, 18

3
Requirements for credit
  • attendance and active participation in
    discussions
  • readings
  • at least one presentation in class (ppt)

4
Content
  • Part One. SLA of phonology research history and
    state of the art.
  • a historical overview (SLA and contrastive
    linguistics)
  • major theoretical approaches
  • major fields of research
  • update in the newest topics

5
Content
  • Part Two. May learners become native speakers?
  • metacompetence and repair as avenues to success
    in SL phonology
  • the role of universals, first and other
    languages, accents and styles in SLA
  • can phonetics of Polish help in teaching English?
  • who is a native speaker?

6
Selected references
  • Cook, V. 1993. Linguistics and Second Language
    Acquisition. London Macmillan.
  • Dziubalska-Kolaczyk, Katarzyna. 2002. Conscious
    competence of performance as a key to teaching
    English. In Waniek-Klimczak, E. and Melia, P.J.
    (eds.) Accents and Speech in English. Frankfurt
    Peter Lang. 97-106.
  • Dziubalska-Kolaczyk, Katarzyna. 2003. How
    learners repair second language phonology and
    whether they may become native speakers. In
    Waniek-Klimczak, Ewa and Wlodzimierz Sobkowiak
    (eds.). Dydaktyka fonetyki jezyka obcego.
    Neofilologia, tom V. Plock Zeszyty Naukowe PWSZ
    w Plocku.

7
Selected references
  • Dziubalska-Kolaczyk, Katarzyna. 2003. Speech is
    in the ear of the listener Some remarks on the
    acquisition of second language sounds. In Hales,
    Kimberli and Angela Terveen (main editors),
    Aurélie Capron, Marion Correnoz and Théo Garneau,
    under the direction of Marie-Christine Garneau
    (eds.). Selected Papers from the Sixth
    College-wide Conference for Students in
    Languages, Linguistics and Literature 2002.
    Honolulu College of Languages, Linguistics, and
    Literature. University of Hawaii at Manoa.
    81-92.

8
Selected references
  • Fisiak, J. (1993) Contrastive linguistics and
    foreign/second language acquisition. In Seeber,
    H.U. and W. Göbel (eds.) Anglistentag 1992
    Stuttgart. Proceedings. vol.XIV. Max Niemeyer
    Verlag. 315-326.
  • Jassem, Wiktor. 2003. Polish. JIPA 33, 1.
    103-108.
  • Leather, J. and A.R. James. 1991. The acquisition
    of second language speech. SSLA 13. 305-341.

9
Selected references
  • Proceedings of the 14th 1999 and 15th 2003 ICPhS
    (on CDRoms).
  • Shockey, Linda. 2002. Sound Patterns of Spoken
    English. Oxford Blackwell.
  • Sobkowiak, W. 1996. English Phonetics for Poles.
    Poznan Bene Nati.
  • Strange, Winifred. 1996. Phonetics of
    Second-Language Acquisition Past, Present,
    Future. 13th ICPhS, 4 76-83.
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