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Glasersfeld E. von (2001) Silvio Ceccato and the correlational grammar. In: Hutchins W. J. (ed.) Early years in machine translation. John Benjamins, Amsterdam: 313–324. Fulltext at
Learning will be defined as a conceptual activity and teaching distinguished from training. The role of language in these processes will be examined. The author maintains that there can be no understanding without reflection. Reflection is induced by verbalization and can therefore be encouraged by fostering conversation. Ceccato’s notion of ‘operational awareness’ will be shown to be relevant to teaching and compatible with Jean Piaget’s theoretical model.

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