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Acquiring Lingua Franca Of The Modern Time

Author : Elena Polyudova
ISBN : 9781527511880
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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This second volume presents modern strategies in the teaching of English as a Second Language (ESL) and English as a Foreign Language (EFL) from the perspectives of multi-cultural communication, linguistic theory and praxis. Several chapters in the book are taken from the session “ESL Studies” held at the 2015 and 2016 PAMLA (Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association) conferences. The collection, written by scholars from a range of countries, including Germany, Italy, Romania, Mexico, Russia, and the USA, examines current methods of English language learning from the perspectives of the global environment, cross-cultural analysis and modern digital space.
Category: Foreign Language Study

A Theoretical Framework For Language Education And Teaching

Author : Paolo Ernesto Balboni
ISBN : 9781527514485
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Educational linguistics is transcultural, with research in the field adopting an international scope. Educational systems, on the contrary, are culture-bound. As a consequence, actual teaching differs across countries, and sometimes even among provinces, local educational authorities, and schools. However, a globalized world needs to share the various meanings of “knowing a language” and “teaching a language”, as language is the main factor of both cultural identity and national and international interaction. The framework offered here is built on eight “hypotheses”, logical models that provide the potential common core of a non-culture-bound theory of language education and of language teaching. The book thus suggests a common terminology, some common principles, and a basic paradigm to be shared in both theoretical and practical research in edu-linguistics, consequently going beyond the borders implied by such titles as European framework, American standards, and Chinese guidelines.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Sociolinguistics

Author : Ulrich Ammon
ISBN : 3110141892
Genre : Sociolinguistics
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Category: Sociolinguistics

Concise Encyclopedia Of Applied Linguistics

Author : Margie Berns
ISBN : 0080965032
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 70.18 MB
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Concise Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics formalizes, organizes and analyzes the relation of knowledge about language to decision-making in practice. It synthesizes research in psycholinguistics, educational linguistics and sociolinguistics, freely crossing subject fields to establish innovative and expert responses to some of the key debates in the field. Authored and compiled by leaders in their various specialties and collated and extensively re-edited from the award-winning Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Second Edition, this collection will be an ideal one-stop desk reference solution for any linguistics professional and researcher interested in how language operates at the leading edge. Authoritative review of this dynamic field placed in an interdisciplinary context Over 100 articles by leaders in the field Compact and affordable single-volume format
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

A Mind For Language

Author : Harry Van Der Hulst
ISBN : 0757549888
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Receptive Multilingualism

Author : Jan D. ten Thije
ISBN : 9027219265
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Receptive multilingualism refers to the language constellation in which interlocutors use their respective mother tongue while speaking to each other. Since the mid-nineties receptive multilingualism is promoted by the European commission on par with other possibilities of increasing the mobility of the European citizens. Throughout the last ten years a marked increase in the research on this topic has been observable. This volume reveals new perspectives from different theoretical frameworks on linguistic analyses of receptive multilingualism in Europe. Case studies are presented from contemporary settings, along with analyses of historical examples, theoretical considerations and, finally, descriptions of didactical concepts established in order to transfer and disseminate receptive multilingual competence. The book contains results from research carried out at the Research Center on Multilingualism at the University of Hamburg as well as contributions by various international scholars working in the field of receptive multilingualism.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Complete Stylist And Handbook

Author : Sheridan Warner Baker
ISBN : UCSC:32106007875104
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A book that discusses the elements of writing, grammar, and usage.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Transformations In Medieval And Early Modern Rights Discourse

Author : Virpi Mäkinen
ISBN : 1402042116
Genre : History
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Rights language is a fundamental feature of the modern world. Virtually all significant social and political struggles are waged, and have been waged for over a century now, in terms of rights claims. In some ways, it is precisely the birth of modern rights language that ushers in modernity in terms of moral and political thought, and the struggle for a modern way of life seems for many synonymous with the fight for a universal recognition of equal, individual human rights. Where did modern rights language come from? What kinds of rights discourses is it rooted in? What is the specific nature of modern rights discourse; when and where were medieval and ancient notions of rights transformed into it? Can one in fact find any single such transformation of medieval into modern rights discourse? The present volume brings together some of the most central scholars in the history of medieval and early-modern rights discourse. Through the different angles taken by its authors, the volume brings to light the multifaceted nature of rights languages in the medieval and early modern world.
Category: History

Explorations Into Language Use In Africa

Author : Augustin Simo Bobda
ISBN : IND:30000124805189
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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As the title suggests, this collection explores some of the many facets of the language question as experienced by Africans today. This language question in Africa involves, in one way or another, the various languages used on the continent, namely the exoglossics languages, the indigenous languages, and pidginised languages like Pidgin English. It has to do with status planning, but also the structural forms of the languages considered. It has been examined in a multitude of scientific publications and in different fora, including the 2004 LAUD symposium whose main theme was Empowerment through language, of which this book is an emanation and an extension.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Modern Review

Author : Ramananda Chatterjee
ISBN : IND:32000013021656
Genre : India
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Includes section "Reviews and notices of books".
Category: India