Principle and Practice in Applied Linguistics: Studies in Honour of H. G. Widdowson

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OUP Oxford, 20 июл. 1995 г. - Всего страниц: 431
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Studies in honour of H G Widdowson. Principle and Practice in Applied Linguistics provides a comprehensive overview of the many and diverse areas in applied linguistics today. The papers range from second language acquisition to discourse analysis, corpus lingustics, and classroom practice; together they emphasize the reciprocal relationship of principle and practice, and the interdisciplinary nature of applied lingustics.

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Teacher professionalism and research
27
Concept and conduct in language pedagogy
57
Appraising second language acquisition theory
73
Analysability accessibility and ability for use
91
Situational context variation and second language
107
Three functions of output in second language learning
125
what are we trying
145
Grammar and lexis in communicative competence
159
Explorations in applied linguistics
229
Corpus evidence for norms of lexical collocation
245
Transcultural creativity in world Englishes
271
An approach to the teaching and learning of poetry
289
bridging the
303
What is this class about? Topic formulation
349
Discourse analysis and the teaching of listening
363
Notes on the contributors
379

representation
185
a workshop
215

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Professor Henry Widdowson is Emeritus Professor of Education, University of London, and has also been Professor of Applied Linguistics at Essex University and Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Vienna. Guy Cook is Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University ofReading. He has worked as an EFL teacher in Egypt, Italy, the UK, and Russia, as a lecturer at the University of Leeds, and as head of TESOL at the London University Institute of Education. He has been an invited speaker at universities and major conferences in many countries, and has publishedwidely on discourse analysis, the theory and practice of language teaching, literature teaching, translation, and language play. Barbara Seidlhofer has taught German in the UK and currently works as a researcher and Professor in Linguistics and Methodology in the English Department at ViennaUniversity.

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