3 edition of Corpus Technology and Language Pedagogy found in the catalog.
Corpus Technology and Language Pedagogy
August 4, 2006
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Sabine Braun (Editor), Kurt Kohn (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
The Handbook of Technology and Second Language Teaching and Learning presents a comprehensive exploration of the impact of technology on the field of second language learning. The rapidly evolving language-technology interface has propelled dramatic changes in, and increased opportunities for, second language teaching and learning. Its influence has been felt no less keenly in the approaches. Cheng, W., & Warren, M. The Hongkong Corpus of Spoken English: Language learning through description. In L Burnard & T, McEnery Eds. Rethinking language pedagogy from a corpus perspective pp. Frankfurt aim main: LangAuthor: Elizabeth Gatbonton, Ildiko Pelczer, Conor Cook, Vivek Venkatesh, Christine Nochasak, Harriet Anders.
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From Corpus to Classroom summarises and makes accessible recent work in corpus research, focusing particularly on spoken data. It is based on analysis of corpora such as CANCODE and Cambridge International Corpus, and written with particular reference to the development of corpus-informed pedagogy/5(11). Braun, S, Kohn, K and Mukherjee eds, J () Corpus Technology and Language Pedagogy: New Resources, New Tools, New Methods. English Corpus Linguistics Vol 3. Lang, Frankfurt/: S Braun, K Kohn, J Mukherjee eds.
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Corpus Technology and Language Pedagogy New Resources, New Tools, New Methods Series: English Corpus Linguistics Sabine Braun, Kurt Kohn and Joybrato Mukherjee.
Book (Paperback) ISBN: Availability: Out of print Subjects: Linguistics; Formats: Paperback; Redeem Token. The contributions present new resources, new tools and new methods for corpus-informed language pedagogy. In general, the papers demonstrate a noticeable shift from the more traditional uses of corpora and corpus technology in linguistic research towards uses with specific pedagogical goals in : Sabine Braun.
Corpus Technology and Language Pedagogy: New Resources, New Tools, New Methods. English Corpus Linguistics Vol 3. Book January with Reads. Add tags for "Corpus technology and language pedagogy: new resources, new tools, new methods".
Be the first. The contributions present new resources, new tools and new methods for corpus-informed language pedagogy. In general, the papers demonstrate a noticeable shift from the more traditional uses of corpora and corpus technology in linguistic research towards uses with specific pedagogical goals in mind.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 22 cm. Contents: I. Introduction: Corpus technology and language. Book Description. Corpus Linguistics for English Teachers: New Tools, Online Resources, and Classroom Activities describes Corpus Linguistics (CL) and its many relevant, creative, and engaging applications to language teaching and learning for teachers and practitioners in TESOL and ESL/EFL, and graduate students in applied linguistics.
English language teachers, both novice and experienced. Language pedagogy [definition needed] may take place as a general school subject, in a specialized language school, or out of school with a rich selection of proprietary methods online and in books, CDs and DVDs. There are many methods of teaching languages.
Some have fallen into relative obscurity and others are widely used; still others have a small following, but offer useful insights. English Language Learning and Technology: Lectures on applied linguistics in the age of information and communication technology - Ebook written by Carol A.
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Recently, corpus linguists have used learner corpora in other areas, including classroom teaching, language teaching materials, and language teacher training. Corpora in the Classroom One of the best known uses of corpora in the language classroom is concordancing, launched by Tim Johns in the early s (see Johns ).
From Corpus to Classroom summarises and makes accessible recent work in corpus research, focusing particularly on spoken data. It is based on analysis of corpora such as CANCODE and Cambridge International Corpus, and written with particular reference to Cited by: Osipova () shares personal experience of using corpus linguistics technology in foreign language teaching, presents a set of corpus-based exercises and describes the procedure of the learners.
language teachers and promoting the use of corpora in language education (O’Keeffe et al. ; Reppen ). It will also survey few available accounts of institutionalized teacher training courses devoted to corpus applications in language pedagogy (BreyerHüttner et al.Hather &.
Table of contents. List of Tables and Figures Notes on Contributors Preface 1. Teacher Training in Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Voices of Teacher Educators, Jeong-Bae Son and Scott Windeatt 2. Language and Technology: Theory and Practice, Options and Issues in Computer-Assisted Language Learning, Mike Levy and Paul J.
Moore 3. Blended Approaches to Teaching. Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Sign Language Pedagogy is the first reference of its kind, presenting contributions from leading experts in the field of sign language pedagogy.
The Handbook fills a significant gap in the growing field of sign language pedagogy, compiling all essential aspects of current trends and empirical research in teaching, curricular design, and assessment. The aim of this article is to provide an overview of pedagogical corpus applications and to review recent publications in the area of corpus linguistics and language teaching.
It covers indirect corpus applications, such as in syllabus or materials design, as well as direct applications of corpora in the second language by: This plenary paper showcases current corpus-based research on written academic English, illustrating the tight links that exist between corpus research and pedagogic applications.
I first explicate Sinclair's concept of the ‘lexical approach’, which underpins much corpus research and Cited by: TY - BOOK. T1 - Rethinking language pedagogy from a corpus perspective.
AU - Burnard, L. AU - McEnery, A. PY - Y1 - M3 - Book. BT - Rethinking language pedagogy from a. The Handbook of Technology and Second Language Teaching and Learning presents a comprehensive exploration of the impact of technology on the field of second language learning.
The rapidly evolving language-technology interface has propelled dramatic changes in, and increased opportunities for, second language teaching and learning.
Readers can refer to Hunston () and McEnery, Xiao and Tono () for a further discussion of using corpora in applied linguistics. Instead, this chapter focuses only on using corpora in language pedagogy. The early s saw an increasing interest in applying the findings of corpus-based research to language pedagogy.
Corpus data suggest that individuals often do not use language as specified in grammar books and that word meanings vary across contexts and users (Biber and Reppen ). Over the past ten years, a growing number of studies have shown how learners can use corpus data to further their language learning (see Hunston ; Boulton ).Cited by: Corpus Linguistics and English Language Teaching Materials:A Review of Recent 9 “textbooks present a patchy, confusing, and often inadequate treatment of common features of the grammar of the spoken language, and do not reflect actual use”.
We will now describe some .42 Language Learning & Technology lexical bundles, and keywords. Chapter 3 turns the reader’s attention toward vocabulary. In the first section of the chapter, the author offers clear definitions of words, vocabulary, and lexis, as well as of three related key terms in corpus linguistics: lexeme, lemma, and word introduce the complex construct of vocabulary knowledge, Nation’s.