By Diane Larsen-Freeman
This ebook introduces key suggestions in complexity thought and demonstrates the applicability and usability of those recommendations to a variety of parts in utilized linguistics, together with first and moment language improvement, language educating, and discourse research.
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Once a language is labeled, in a socio-political act, its use is influenced by its status. • Learning a language is not a single process of emergence but a succession of cycles of emergence. Although working with an information-processing perspective and restricted to grammar, the idea of successive 'restructurings' (McLaughlin 1990) of different aspects of the language seems to be similar to the idea of phase shifts leading to new, emergent behavior. • Social structure emerging from and influencing individual agency and action.
So, our everyday experience of the sun appearing to rise over the horizon in the morning and sinking down below it in the evening, leads us to understand the sun as moving in relation to our earthly horizon. This spontaneous concept becomes an attractor in the state space of our understanding. At school, however, we learn that the sun is in fact stationary, and the movement ofthe earth produces an illusion ofthe sun rising and setting. 7. We are able to operate with both these ideas about the relative movement of the sun and the earth, shifting from one to the other as required by context.
Complex systems and applied linguistics by Diane Larsen-Freeman