Humanities and Social Sciences | Article | Published 2021-04-01

SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING: ISSUES AND IMPLICATIONS

Authors:

Zafar Kholkhodjaevich

Publisher: T R A N S A s i a n R e s e a r c h J o u r n a l s
Collection: A s i a n J o u r n a l o f M u l t i d i m e n s i o n a l R e s e a r c h
Keywords: SLA, Approaches, Methodologies, Learning, Implications, Acquisition-Learning Hypothesis, Monitor Hypothesis, Input Hypothesis, Affective Filter Hypothesis, Natural Order Hypothesis

Abstract

This paper tries to investigate the current issuesin second language acquisition in terms of various factors such as age, motivation, personality and so on. Furthermore, different approaches and methodologies will be explained. It also aims to set objectives for learning and teaching. Finally, particular paper provides implications on SLA by examining various researches.

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