ÇOCUKLARIN İKİNCİ DİL KAZANİM SÜREÇLERİ: KAPSAMLI BİR LİTERATÜR TARAMASI

Öz Bu çalışma bir derleme çalışması olupçocukların ikinci dil kazanım süreçlerinin incelendiği çalışmaları kapsamlı birşekilde ele almaktadır. İkincidil öğrenme ortamlarında etkileşimsel sınıf ekolojisinin yapısı, öğretmen veçocukların birbirleriyle etkileşimlerde günlük olağan diyalogları anlamlandırmarutinleri ve ikinci dili öğrenen çocuklar için bu sınıf ortamlarındaki informalöğrenme fırsatları (öğrenmeyi kolaylaştırıcı aracılar) çalışmanın odaklanacağıbaşlıca konulardır. Çocukların ikinci dil kazanımsüreçlerinin sınıf ortamında günlük etkileşimleri çerçevesindeyapılandırılmasının önemine dikkat çeken çalışmaların incelenmesinin dilöğrenim sürecinin nasıl desteklenebileceğine dair ebeveynlere, öğretmenlere veokul yöneticilerine yön vereceği hedeflenmektedir.

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