Per un apprendimento linguistico secondo il metodo neo-comparativo: note storico-concettuali

Marco Ricucci (Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, Università degli Studi di Udine)


Oniga (2012) has recently proposed the application of an innovative perspective on Latin grammar teaching following updated academic research, because he believes that a new comparative method, which is not limited only to the traditional Indo-European historical perspective, but is extended also to modern languages, will allow students to approach Latin in a more motivating way. In this article a conceptual and historical outline to Altertumswissenschaft-oriented scholars and language teachers is offered: a synoptic sketch of the background of the birth of Chomsky’s theory, second language learning, implicit and explicit learning and the instruction and reading-method will enable teachers to get a more indepth insight in the conceptual framework of Oniga’s proposal from a teaching perspective.

DOI: 10.4424/lam22013-3


Greek language; Latin language; Neo-comparative method; Formal linguistics; Generative grammar; Reading method.

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