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Modern Language Teaching Linguistic Foundations

Author : Anthony Philip Reid Howatt
ISBN : 0415251958
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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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 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
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.

Foundations Of Language

Author : Ray Jackendoff
ISBN : 9780191574016
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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How does human language work? How do we put ideas into words that others can understand? Can linguistics shed light on the way the brain operates? Foundations of Language puts linguistics back at the centre of the search to understand human consciousness. Ray Jackendoff begins by surveying the developments in linguistics over the years since Noam Chomsky's Aspects of the Theory of Syntax. He goes on to propose a radical re-conception of how the brain processes language. This opens up vivid new perspectives on every major aspect of language and communication, including grammar, vocabulary, learning, the origins of human language, and how language relates to the real world. Foundations of Language makes important connections with other disciplines which have been isolated from linguistics for many years. It sets a new agenda for close cooperation between the study of language, mind, the brain, behaviour, and evolution.

Language Teaching Research And Language Pedagogy

Author : Rod Ellis
ISBN : 9781444336115
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This book examines current research centered on the second language classroom and the implications of this research for both the teaching and learning of foreign languages. It offers illuminating insights into the important relationship between research and teaching, and the inherent complexities of the teaching and learning of foreign languages in classroom settings. Offers an accessible overview of a range of research on instruction and learning in the L2 classroom Bridges the relationship between research, teachers, and learners Helps evolve the practice of dedicated current language teachers with research findings that suggest best practices for language teaching

Grammar In Interaction

Author : Cecilia E. Ford
ISBN : 0521418038
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Cecilia E. Ford explores the question: what work do adverbial clauses do in conversational interaction? Her analysis of this predominating conjunction strategy in English conversation is based on the assumption that grammars reflect recurrent patterns of situated language use, and that a primary site for language is in spontaneous talk. She considers the interactional as well as the informational work of talk and shows how conversationalists use grammar to coordinate their joint language production. The management of the complexities of the sequential development of a conversation, and the social roles of conversational participants, have been extensively examined within the sociological approach of Conversation Analysis. Dr Ford uses Conversation Analysis as a framework for the interpretation of interclausal relations in her database of American English conversations. Her book contributes to a growing body of research on grammar in discourse, which has until recently remained largely focused on monologic rather than dialogic functions of language.

Vocabulary And Language Teaching

Author : Ronald Carter
ISBN : 9781317869146
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The material in this book reviews work dating back to the vocabulary control movement in the 1930s and also refers to more recent work on the role of lexis in language learning. Two chapters describe the main foundations of lexical semantics and relevant research and pedagogical studies in vocabulary and lexicography; and a further chapter discusses recent advances in the field of lexis and discourse analysis. There is also a series of specially commissioned articles which investigate the structure and functions of the modern English lexicon in relation to its exploitation for classroom vocabulary teaching.

Applying Language Science To Language Pedagogy

Author : Montserrat Sanz
ISBN : 1443835722
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This book establishes a bridge between current research in Linguistics and Psycholinguistics and language pedagogy in the classroom. It reformulates the debates about teaching approaches by calling the reader's attention to discoveries about the structure of grammar, the universals of language, mind processes while comprehending, producing and storing language, and facts about learning. The popularization of L2 teaching brought with it a need to find efficient teaching methods. Debates have hinged mainly around the alleged advantages of communicative vs. traditional methods. However, most approaches have their roots in linguistic and psychological theories that have been questioned by language researchers. Some language teachers are probably unaware of these advances and to that extent, continue to adhere to teaching approaches mainly based on intuitions. Consequently, evaluating materials may be often performed in rather uninformed circumstances. The book contains chapters on relevant issues by leading researchers, classified into three main areas. The editors contribute a chapter to each of these sections about the implications for second language teaching. This book facilitates an approximation between researchers in the theoretical and experimental fields of language and those responsible for innovation in language teaching. It is designed so that L2 teachers can adopt and adjust the knowledge drawn from the book to their particular environment and group of students.

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