The Role of Input and Interaction in Second Language Acquisition

Fang XU

Abstract


By explaining the definition of input and interaction hypothesis, the paper elaborates the theory that both input and interactional modifications facilitate second language acquisition.
Key words: input; interaction; comprehensible input; modification

Résumé: En expliquant la définition de l'input et l'hypothèse de l'interaction, l'article élabore une théorie selon laquelle l'input et des modifications d'interaction peuvent faciliter l'acquisition d'une deuxième langue.
Mots-Clés: input; interaction; input comprehensible; modification

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020100601.002

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