THE DISCOURSE OF TEACHING PRACTICE FEEDBACK A CORPUS BASED INVESTIGATION OF SPOKEN AND WRITTEN MODES ROUTLEDGE ADVANCES IN CORPUS LINGUISTICS

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The Discourse Of Teaching Practice Feedback

Author : Fiona Farr
ISBN : 9781136936425
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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In this book, Farr examines the spoken and written language of post-observation teaching-practice feedback on teacher education programs. To do so, she draws upon theories from discourse analysis, conversation analysis, and pragmatics to frame the analysis of feedback meetings and written tutor reports, which are then examined using comparative quantitative and qualitative corpus-based techniques. The overall aim is to determine the defining characteristics of this genre, focusing especially on pragmatic factors, with the ultimate goal of investigating the salient aspects responsible for making feedback both effective and affective. Farr's research draws upon a spoken corpus of feedback interactions and a written corpus of tutor reports from language teacher education and is also strongly informed by data in the form of diary reflections and questionnaire responses from student teachers and questionnaire responses from the relevant tutors.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Spoken Corpus Linguistics

Author : Svenja Adolphs
ISBN : 9781134056637
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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In this book, Adolphs and Carter explore key approaches to work in spoken corpus linguistics. The book discusses some of the pioneering challenges faced in designing, building and utilising insights from the analysis of spoken corpora, arguing that, even though writing is heavily privileged in corpus research, the spoken language can reveal patterns of language use that are both different and distinctive and that this has important implications for the way in which language is described, for the study of human communication and for the field of applied linguistics as a whole. Spoken Corpus Linguistics is divided into two main parts. The first part sets the scene by discussing traditional and new approaches to monomodal spoken corpus analysis, with a focus on discourse organisation and conversational interaction and with particular attention to forms of language such as discourse markers and multi-word units, areas of language not conventionally described but which are argued to be of importance to spoken language description and to spoken language learning and teaching research within the field of applied linguistics. The second part of the book moves into the multimodal domain and focuses on alignments between language and gesture in a spoken corpus, with particular reference to gestural movements of the head and the hand and to the different ways in which prosody might be used to enhance communication. A brief final chapter discusses new developments in the area of spoken corpus research, including the relationship between language and context, emerging research methods as well as discussing possible shifts in scope and emphasis in spoken corpus research in the future.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Triangulating Methodological Approaches In Corpus Linguistic Research

Author : Paul Baker
ISBN : 9781317532071
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Contemporary corpus linguists use a wide variety of methods to study discourse patterns. This volume provides a systematic comparison of various methodological approaches in corpus linguistics through a series of parallel empirical studies that use a single corpus dataset to answer the same overarching research question. Ten contributing experts each use a different method to address the same broadly framed research question: In what ways does language use in online Q+A forum responses differ across four world English varieties (India, Philippines, United Kingdom, and United States)? Contributions will be based on analysis of the same 400,000 word corpus from online Q+A forums, and contributors employ methodologies including corpus-based discourse analysis, audience perceptions, Multi-Dimensional analysis, pragmatic analysis, and keyword analysis. In their introductory and concluding chapters, the volume editors compare and contrast the findings from each method and assess the degree to which ‘triangulating’ multiple approaches may provide a more nuanced understanding of a research question, with the aim of identifying a set of complementary approaches which could arguably take into account analytical blind spots. Baker and Egbert also consider the importance of issues such as researcher subjectivity, type of annotation, the limitations and affordances of different corpus tools, the relative strengths of qualitative and quantitative approaches, and the value of considering data or information beyond the corpus. Rather than attempting to find the ‘best’ approach, the focus of the volume is on how different corpus linguistic methodologies may complement one another, and raises suggestions for further methodological studies which use triangulation to enrich corpus-related research.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Corpora And Language Education

Author : Lynne Flowerdew
ISBN : 9781403998934
Genre : Education
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Corpora and Language Education critically examines key concepts and issues in corpus linguistics, with a particular focus on the expanding interdisciplinary nature of the field and the role that written and spoken corpora now play in the fields of professional communication, teacher education, translation studies, lexicography, literature, critical discourse analysis, and forensic linguistics. The book also presents a series of corpus-based case studies illustrating central themes and best practices in the field.
Category: Education

Perspectives On Corpus Linguistics

Author : Vander Viana
ISBN : 9789027203533
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Perspectives on Corpus Linguistics is a collection of interviews with fourteen well-known researchers in the field of linguistics. Each interview consists of a set of ten questions: the first seven are common to all contributors while the last three are connected to the research experience of each guest. In the general questions, the invited scholars explore (sometimes controversial) topics such as the concept of representativeness, the role of intuition and the status of Corpus Linguistics. In the specific questions, they provide a thorough discussion of materials and methods in corpus research as well as theoretical and applied perspectives on the use of corpora in language studies. Whether experts or novices, the volume should be of interest to all those who want to learn about corpus linguistics and carry out research in this fascinating and growing area.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Introducing Pragmatics In Use

Author : Anne O'Keeffe
ISBN : 9781136825873
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A lively user-friendly introductory text on pragmatics, which in addition to providing the critical theoretical knowledge, will apply the theory to real spoken and written data.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Exploring Grammar In Context

Author : MCCARTHY
ISBN : 0521688868
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This unique reference and practice grammar is based entirely on real spoken and written language. It analyses why people choose certain structures in situations and the effect of those choices on meaning, Exploring Grammar in Context upper intermediate and advanced: *provides 25 units focusing on key grammar areas for language teachers and students*actively engages the reader in discovering patterns of grammar use*offers an extensive, varied range of practice exercises to check understanding*is based on real life examples from the Cambridge International Corpus, a computerised database of contemporary spoken and written English*emphasises spoken English with examples from the Cambridge and Nottingham Corpus of Discourse English (CANCODE)*has a full answer key with detailed explanations, a useful glossary of grammar terms and a set of supporting grammar reference notes.
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