WHAT IS THE ROLE OF CHRONOLOGICAL AGE ON THE ACQUISITION OF A SECOND LANGUAGE?
Research is about, who learns more easily a young or adult, the text also notesthe effects caused by the age at acquisition path.
The items are learned in the some order by different classes of learning in the some order by different classes oflearning. We can see that when adolescents find something interesting to learn it easier and faster than children and adults. Finally when the pronunciation isinteresting there are not differences between learns.
According to the proponents of the critical period hypotheses, biological changes in the brain around pubertyresult in the two hemispheres of the brain functioning independently. After this neurological native-like competence in a second language become difficult, it is notpossible. This hypotheses has been controversial, and whit the development of recent technology. Psycholinguistic have looked for evidence of the critical period in bothfirst and second language acquisition.
Penfield and Robert 1959 that the optimum age for acquiring another language is in the first ten year of life because thebrain retains it is maximum
The critical period hypotheses argued that, of --- theses neurological changes have take places acquiring another language becomeincreasingly difficult.
For language acquisition there is no specific age as young children or adults can acquire a second language. According to some research the onlydifference between these three groups of people is the development of pronunciation.
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