From Input to Intake: Noticing

“We won’t learn anything from input we hear and understand unless we notice something about the input. Consciousness of features of the input can serve as trigger which activates the first stage in the process of incorporating new linguistic features into one’s language competence.

Schmidt, R. 1990. The role of consciousness in second language learning. Applied linguistics. 11,2, 129-59

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