Titel: Language and Linguistics in Context: Readings and Applications for Teachers
Herausgegeben von Harriet Luria, Deborah M. Seymour, Trudy Smoke
ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL
September 2005 - kartoniert - 428 Seiten
This textbook, designed for courses in first-and-second language education, provides a "big picture" view of basic linguistics through readings organized in 3 thematic units-"What is Language and How is it Acquired?"; "How Does Language Change?"; and "What is Literacy?" Pedagogical Activities included.
Contents: Preface. Part I: What Is Language and How Is It Acquired? T. Smoke, Introduction to Part I: Language and Its Acquisition. L.R. Gleitman, A Human Universal: The Capacity to Learn a Language. P.K. Kuhl, A New View of Language Acquisition. S. Gass, Fundamentals of Second Language Acquisition. D.S. Martin, The English-Only Movement and Sign Language for Deaf Learners: An Instructive Parallel. K. Gilyard, From "Let's Flip the Script: An African American Discourse on Language, Literature, and Learning." A.C. Zentella, Hablamos Spanish and English. J. Novakovich, This Is No Language. N. Lvovich, Russian as a Second Language. M. Alexander, Language and Shame. R. Kubota, Unfinished Knowledge: The Story of Barbara. A. Pennycook, Sociolinguistics and Power. Part I Questions, Activities, and Resources. Part II: How Does Language Change? D.M. Seymour, Introduction to Part II: The History of English and Language Change. T.M. Green, Language Families. R.L. Trask, Where Did English Come From? C. Barber, The Norman Conquest. K. Parry, People and Language. H.K. Bhabha, Queen's English. J.A. Fishman, The New Linguistic Order. C. Achebe, The African Writer and the English Language. R.W. Fasold, Ebonic Need Not Be English. J. Edwards, Language and Language Learning in the Face of World English. D. Cameron, Gender Issues in Language Change. J.D. Armstrong, Homophobic Slang as Coercive Discourse Among College Students. Part II Questions, Activities, and Resources. Part III: What Is Literacy? H. Luria, Introduction to Part III: Literacy and Education in a Globalized World. M. Newman, Definitions of Literacy and Their Consequences. J.P. Gee, What Is Literacy? L.D. Delpit, The Politics of Teaching Literate Discourse. G. Hull, K. Schultz, Literacy and Learning Out of School: A Review of Theory and Research. A.S. Canagarajah, Understanding Critical Writing. S. Nieto, Language, Literacy, and Culture: Intersections and Implications. M.D. Pita, S. Utakis, Educational Policy for the Transnational Dominican Community. G. Nardini, Italian Patterns in the American Collandia Ladies' Club: How Do Women Make Bella Figura? M. Ghose, Women and Empowerment Through Literacy. R. Ji-Song Ku, Confessions of an English Professor: Globalization and the Anxiety of the (Standard) English Practice. G. Tate, J. McMillan, E. Woodworth, Class Talk. Part III Questions, Activities, and Resources.