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Incidental Vocabulary Learning and the Development of Receptive and Productive Vocabulary: How Gloss Types Work

Azizollah Dabaghi ; University of Isfahan, Iran
Marzieh Rafiee ; University of Isfahan, Iran

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 136 Kb

str. 175-187

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Evidences exist that language learners can benefit from the incidental process of language
learning in different ways. The present study tries to investigate the effects of incidental
vocabulary learning in the form of different gloss types (L1 and L2) through the application
of State Rating Tasks, which show the change of state of vocabulary knowledge in
learners. Also this study attempts to shed more light on the relationship between the incidental
vocabulary learning through the form of gloss types and development of Receptive
and Productive vocabulary knowledge among learners. The participants were presented a
list of twenty L1 and L2 glosses and they were required to read the passage by the use
of these glosses. One version of State Rating Tasks was administered among participants
in two data times, one before and one after the treatment, to show the change of state
in participants’ knowledge. The findings show that incidental learning of vocabulary by
the application of gloss types increases participants’ knowledge states from lower states to
higher, but regarding the type of glosses, this change varies. The analysis of SRT shows
that participants received L1 gloss type outperformed the other group with respect to the
Productive vocabulary knowledge, while L2 gloss type was more beneficial for increasing
Receptive vocabulary knowledge.

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Incidental vocabulary learning, students’ vocabulary, gloss types, State Rating Tasks, receptive and productive vocabulary knowledge

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