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Modern Language Teaching Linguistic Foundations

Author : Anthony Philip Reid Howatt
ISBN : 0415251958
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Looks at the language education movement in Europe during the nineteenth-century.

Modern Language Teaching

Author : Anthony P. R. Howatt
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Teaching English As A Foreign Language 1936 1961 Selected Papers

Author : Richard C. Smith
ISBN : 0415299705
Genre : English language
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This set includes the works of neglected theorists such as Horace Wyatt and Michael West. This set complements English as a Foreign Language Teacing, 1912-1936: Pioneers of ELT.

Teaching English As A Foreign Language 1936 1961

Author : Richard C. Smith
ISBN : 0415331609
Genre : English language
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This set includes the works of neglected theorists such as Horace Wyatt and Michael West. This set complements English as a Foreign Language Teacing, 1912-1936: Pioneers of ELT.

Teaching English As A Foreign Language 1936 1961 The Art Of Teaching English As A Living Language

Author : Richard C. Smith
ISBN : 041529973X
Genre : English language
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This set includes the works of neglected theorists such as Horace Wyatt and Michael West. This set complements English as a Foreign Language Teacing, 1912-1936: Pioneers of ELT.

Teaching English As A Foreign Language 1936 1961 Teaching English In Difficult Circumstances

Author : Richard C. Smith
ISBN : 0415331617
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This set includes the works of neglected theorists such as Horace Wyatt and Michael West. This set complements English as a Foreign Language Teacing, 1912-1936: Pioneers of ELT.

Handbook Of Foreign Language Communication And Learning

Author : Karlfried Knapp
ISBN : 9783110214246
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This volume focuses on how far the policies, principles and practices of foreign language teaching and learning are, or can be, informed by theoretical considerations and empirical findings from the linguistic disciplines. Part I deals with the nature of foreign language learning in general, while Part II explores issues arising from linguistic, socio-political, cultural and cognitive perspectives. Part III and IV then consider the different factors that have to be taken into account in designing the foreign language subject and the various approaches to pedagogy that have been proposed. Part V finally addresses questions concerning assessment of learner proficiency and the evaluation of courses designed to promote it. Key features: provides a state-of-the-art description of different areas in the context of foreign language communication and learning presents a critical appraisal of the relevance of the field offers solutions to everyday language-related problems with contributions from renowned experts

Entrenchment And The Psychology Of Language Learning

Author : Hans-Jörg Schmid
ISBN : 9783110341423
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In recent years, linguists have increasingly turned to the cognitive sciences to broaden their investigation into the roots and development of language. With the advent of cognitive-linguistic, usage-based and complex-adaptive models of language, linguists today are utilizing approaches and insights from cognitive psychology, neuropsychology, social psychology and other related fields. A key result of this interdisciplinary approach is the concept of entrenchment—the ongoing reorganization and adaptation of communicative knowledge. Entrenchment posits that our linguistic knowledge is continuously refreshed and reorganized under the influence of social interactions. It is part of a larger, ongoing process of lifelong cognitive reorganization whose course and quality is conditioned by exposure to and use of language, and by the application of cognitive abilities and processes to language. This volume enlists more than two dozen experts in the fields of linguistics, psycholinguistics, neurology, and cognitive psychology in providing a realistic picture of the psychological and linguistic foundations of language. Contributors examine the psychological foundations of linguistic entrenchment processes, and the role of entrenchment in first-language acquisition, second language learning, and language attrition. Critical views of entrenchment and some of its premises and implications are discussed from the perspective of dynamic complexity theory and radical embodied cognitive science.

Cognitive Linguistics And Sociocultural Theory

Author : Kyoko Masuda
ISBN : 9781501500893
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By integrating cognitive linguistics and sociocultural theories, this groundbreaking book presents empirical studies on selected grammatical and semantic aspects that are challenging for second/foreign language learners. Through in-depth studies exploring eight different languages, this book offers insights generated through the synergy between cognitive linguistics and sociocultural theories that can be readily incorporated into teaching.

Beyond Language Boundaries

Author : Marta Fernández-Villanueva
ISBN : 9783110456547
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In multilingual societies speakers overcome traditional language boundaries. Research on their multilingual and multimodal language use intertwines pragmatics including multimodality with cross-linguistic and transcultural perspectives. This volume links theoretical considerations with empirical evidence from data of spoken language use in Catalan, Croatian, English, German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Polish and Spanish as L1, L2 or FL.

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