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applied linguistics and language education new language learning and teaching environments implementing and researching technological innovation in language teaching the case of interactive whiteboards for efl in french schools edited by hayo reinders head of education unitec institute of technology new zealand shona whyte université nice sophia antipolis france corpus linguistics in chinese contexts this book takes a case study approach to investigate the integration of the interactive whiteboard iwb into the teaching of english as a foreign language efl in french schools edited by bin zou xi’an jiaotong-liverpool university china simon smith coventry university uk michael hoey university of liverpool uk rapid advances in computing have enabled the integration of corpora into language teaching and learning yet in china corpus methods have not yet been widely adopted corpus linguistics in chinese contexts aims to advance the state of the art in the use of corpora in applied

applied linguistics and language education blending technologies in second language classrooms now available in paperback paul gruba university of melbourne australia don hinkelman sapporo gakuin university japan written in a clear academic yet accessible style blending technologies in second language classrooms is in sum an extremely handy and useable book which i would recommend as a core textbook for the principled blending of technology into l2 learning for use by language practitioners researchers and student teachers alike recall this book introduces an approach for making principled decisions about the use of technologies specifically in applied linguistics the research is grounded in the growing area of blended learning that seeks to combine face-to-face instruction with onlinebased interactions to record students using a foreign language productively contents preface 1 theoretical foundations 2 understanding technologies 3 designs for blended language learning 4

applied linguistics and excellence and equity in literacy education the case of new zealand edited by william e tunmer massey university new zealand james w chapman massey university new zealand the authors make a unique and valuable contribution through research informed discussions written in a style that is accessible to a wide audience this volume will be compelling reading for educationalists researchers teachers policy makers political and community leaders and parent groups alike gail t gillon pro-vice chancellor education university of canterbury new zealand despite several efforts by the new zealand government in the 1990s this book suggests that their national literacy strategy has failed to reduce the literacy achievement gap the major contributing factors are examined and alternative effective strategies are suggested to achieve excellence and equity in new zealand s literacy education contents foreword gail t gillon part i evidence that new zealand’s national

sociolinguistics and discourse disability discourse and technology society in language language in society agency and inclusion in interaction essays in honour of ruqaiya hasan najma al zidjaly sultan qaboos university oman edited by wendy l bowcher sun yat-sen university china jennifer yameng liang university of science and technology beijing china exclusion is the main predicament faced by people with disabilities across contexts and cultures yet it is one of the least academically studied concepts this book offers an applied linguistics perspective on critical and timely issues in disability research filling in a number of gaps in discourse analysis and disability studies contents preface 1 inclusion in interaction 2 methodology and research background 3 inclusion through microsoft powerpoint 4 inclusion through hypothetical narratives 5 inclusion through discourse 6 inclusion through yahoo chatrooms 7 agency redefined postdisciplinary studies in discourse august 2015 uk

sociolinguistics and discourse metaphor and discourse now available in edited by andreas musolff university of paperback east anglia uk jörg zinken institute for the german language germany through contributions by scholars from a wide range of disciplines such as linguistics artificial intelligence psychology and politics this volume offers an interdisciplinary contextualized and synchronic-diachronic combined exploration of various aspects of metaphor in naturally occurring discourses [it is an excellent contribution for metaphor scholars discourse analysts and other researchers in relevant fields discourse studies city branding and new media linguistic perspectives discursive strategies and multimodality maria cristina paganoni universita degli studi di milano italy this book explores city branding in the public sector as an aspect of e-governance from a privileged linguistic discursive and semiotic perspective it analyses how local administrations and public bodies engage

language and identity yiddish and power dovid katz independent scholar lithuania and uk yiddish and power surveys the social linguistic and intellectual history of the yiddish language within the traditional civilisation of jewish ashkenaz in central and then in eastern europe and its interaction with the surrounding non-jewish culture it explores the various ways in which yiddish has empowered masses and served political agendas contents introduction 1 a yiddish romance with powerlessness part i old yiddish in western ashkenaz 2 gentile culture empowers simple jews 3 power of the printing press 4 women of western ashkenaz 5 the neoreligious and the jewish-secular 6 power shifts of west-east earlier-later secular-religious 7 women and men of eastern ashkenaz 8 religious theories of yiddish part ii transition in the west 9 antisemitism targets yiddish 10 jewish enlightenment also targets yiddish part iii rise in the east 11 religious power 12 secular power 13 party

general linguistics forensic authorship analysis and the world wide web investigating english pronunciation trends and directions samuel larner university of central lancashire uk implementing a novel method for identifying idiolectal co-selections and taking the unabom investigation as a case study this pivot evaluates the effectiveness and reliability of using the web for forensic purposes contents 1 introduction the unabom investigation 2 the web as corpus and authorship attribution 3 attributing documents to unknown authors using idiolectal co-selection and the web 4 attributing documents to candidate authors using idiolectal co-selection and the web 5 the suitability of the web for producing forensic evidence october 2014 uk october 2014 us 112pp hardback £45.00 $67.50 cn$78.00 canadian rights ebooks available www.palgrave.com/page/detail k=9781137413741 9781137413741 audiovisual translation in the digital age the italian fansubbing phenomenon serenella massidda

stylistics on voice in poetry stylistic approaches to nigerian fiction the work of animation daria tunca university of liège belgium in discussing writers who belong to the postachebean generation of nigerian writing from the perspective of what its author terms african stylistics stylistic approaches to nigerian fiction fills a notable gap in research this book is distinguished by the author s concern to relate stylistic analysis to social and cultural specificities by her exemplary exposition of the theories to which she has recourse and by an eloquent lightness of touch that makes reading her work a pleasure stylistic approaches to nigerian fiction deserves recognition in the wider field of post-colonial writing – professor geoffrey davis rwth aachen university germany drawing on the discipline of stylistics this book introduces a series of methodological tools and applies them to works by well-known nigerian writers including abani adichie and okri in doing so it

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