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|dc.identifier.citation||현대영미어문학, v.30, no.2, pp.47 - 73||-|
|dc.description.abstract||Even though speech production has long been thought to be the product of speech perception, there have been some controversies as to whether speech perception virtually precedes speech production in foreign language acquisition. The purpose of this study is to examine the interrelationship between speech perception and production with regard to the acquisition of foreign segments and phonotactics by Korean learners of English. In the experiments conducted during a semester, two groups of participants were taught under two different conditions; one taught in Korean with as much time spent in pronunciation practices as possible, and the other taught in English with as much time spent in listening practices as possible. Such investigations into the relationship between learning by perception and learning by production showed the following results. First, acquisition of foreign phonotactics was far harder than that of individual segments, which implies that more time should be spent in teaching English phonotactics. Second, improvement in speech perception did not result in improvement in speech production, but speech production was improved even without prior advancement of speech perception. These findings demonstrate empirically that there is little correlation or very loose relationship between speech perception and production in foreign language acquisition.||-|
|dc.title||발화 및 인지 학습의 상호 전이 연구: 영어 음소 및 음소배열을 중심으로||-|
|dc.title.alternative||Research on Mutual Transfer of Speech Perception and Production Learning: focusing on English phonemes and phonotactics||-|
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