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The Oxford handbook of applied linguistics

Author: Robert B Kaplan
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Oxford University Press, 2002.
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This handbook contains 40 original chapters on a comprehensive range of subjects within applied linguistics, reflecting the current state of scholarship in the field, the many connections among its  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert B Kaplan
ISBN: 019513267X 9780195132670
OCLC Number: 47706132
Description: xxvii, 641 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Introduction. Applied linguistics : an emerging discipline for the twenty-first century / William Grabe --
Research approaches in applied linguistics / Patricia A. Duff --
pt. 2. The four skills : speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Speaking / Martin Bygate --
Listening : questions of level / Tony Lynch --
Reading in a second language / William Grabe --
Second language writing / Ilona Leki --
pt. 3. Discourse analysis. Discourse analysis and applied linguistics / Deborah Poole --
pt. 4. The study of second language learning. Formal linguistic perspectives on second language acquisition / Alan Juffs --
Sociocultural theory and second language acquisition / James P. Lantolf --
Identity and language learning / Bonny Norton and Kelleen Toohey --
Cognitive perspectives on second language acquisition / Michael Harrington --
A variationist perspective on second language acquisition : a psycholinguistic concerns / Dennis R. Preston --
Social psychological perspective on second language acquisition / Robert C. Gardner --
An interactionist perspective on second language acquisition / Susan Gass --
Pragmatics and second language acquisition / Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig. pt. 5. The study of second language teaching. Curriculum development : the interface between political and professional decisions / Péter Medgyes and Marianne Nikolov --
Communicative, task-based, and content-based language instruction / Marjorie Bingham Wesche and Peter Skehan --
Bilingual education / Colin Baker --
pt. 6. Variation in language use and language performance. Sources of variation in language learning / Rebecca L. Oxford --
Language transfer and cross-linguistic studies : relativism, universalism, and the native language / Terence Odlin --
Language uses in professional contexts / Mary McGroarty --
pt. 7. Bilingualism and the individual learner. Contexts for becoming bilingual learners in school settings / Christian Faltis --
Cognitive processing in bilinguals : language choice and code-switching / Kees de Bot --
The bilingual lexicon / Judith F. Kroll and Ton Dijkstra. pt. 8. Multilingualism in society. Language contact / Peter Hans Nelde --
Pidgins and Creoles / Jeff Siegel --
Language spread and its study : narrowing its spread as a scholarly field / Ofelia García --
Language shift and language revitalization / Nancy H. Hornberger --
Ecology of languages / Peter Mühlhäusler --
pt. 9. Language policy and planning. Methodologies for policy and planning / Richard B. Baldauf, Jr.--
Unplanned language planning / William G. Eggington --
Limitations of language policy planning / James W. Tollefson --
pt. 10. Translation and interpretation. Translation / Roda P. Roberts --
Interpretation / Nancy L. Schweda Nicholson --
pt. 11. Language assessment and program evaluation. Issues in language assessment / Geoff Brindley --
Technology in standardized language assessments / Micheline Chalhoub-Deville --
pt. 12. Technological applications in applied linguistics. Directions in automated essay analysis / Jill Burstein and Martin Chodorow --
Computer-assisted language learning / Carol A. Chapelle --
pt. 13. Conclusion. Where to from here? / Robert B. Kaplan.
Responsibility: edited by Robert B. Kaplan.
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