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Second Language Prosody and Computer Modeling

Second Language Prosody and Computer Modeling

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Okim Kang, David O. Johnson, Alyssa Kermad
September 14, 2021

This volume presents an interdisciplinary approach to the study of second language prosody and computer modeling. It addresses the importance of prosody’s role in communication, bridging the gap between applied linguistics and computer science. The book illustrates the growing importance of the ...

Contexts of Co-Constructed Discourse Interaction, Pragmatics, and Second Language Applications

Contexts of Co-Constructed Discourse: Interaction, Pragmatics, and Second Language Applications

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By Lori Czerwionka, Rachel Showstack, Judith Liskin-Gasparro
July 28, 2021

This collection showcases cutting-edge developments in co-construction in discourse. Drawing on the pioneering work of Dale A. Koike, the volume contributes new understandings of how speakers jointly negotiate meanings, contexts, identities, and social positions in interaction. The volume is ...

Intonation in L2 Discourse Research Insights

Intonation in L2 Discourse: Research Insights

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By María Dolores Ramírez-Verdugo
July 12, 2021

Grounded in a systemic functional linguistic (SFL) approach, this book applies a contrastive interlanguage corpus-based approach to investigate the nature and role of L2 intonation and its pragmatic function in spoken discourse.  The volume offers a brief overview of SFL theories and ...

Project-Based Language Learning with Technology Learner Collaboration in an EFL Classroom in Japan

Project-Based Language Learning with Technology: Learner Collaboration in an EFL Classroom in Japan

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Michael Thomas
June 30, 2021

This book highlights the ways in which insights from technology-mediated project-based language learning research can contribute to our understanding of both learner interaction in specific cultural contexts but also of the role of technology in language learning more generally. The volume situates...

Analysing Discourses in Teacher Observation Feedback Conferences

Analysing Discourses in Teacher Observation Feedback Conferences

1st Edition

By Fiona Copland, Helen Donaghue
June 08, 2021

This volume focuses on the post-observation feedback conference, a common feature of teacher education programs, and highlights the importance of such talk in the development and evaluation of teachers and other professionals.   The book adopts a linguistic ethnographic approach, which provides a ...

Language, Mobility and Study Abroad in the Contemporary European Context

Language, Mobility and Study Abroad in the Contemporary European Context

1st Edition

Edited By Rosamond Mitchell, Henry Tyne
May 12, 2021

This collection explores student mobility and study abroad programmes across Europe, presenting original research on personal, linguistic, and intercultural development during study abroad experiences. The volume synthesizes work from the 2016-2020 Cost Action 15130 ‘Study Abroad Research in ...

Learning-Oriented Language Assessment Putting Theory into Practice

Learning-Oriented Language Assessment: Putting Theory into Practice

1st Edition

Edited By Atta Gebril
May 12, 2021

This collection brings together research on learning-oriented language assessment from scholars working across geographic and educational contexts, highlighting the opportunities of assessment practices which seek to better align assessment and learning tasks and support effective learning. The ...

Autoethnographies in ELT Transnational Identities, Pedagogies, and Practices

Autoethnographies in ELT: Transnational Identities, Pedagogies, and Practices

1st Edition

Edited By Bedrettin Yazan, Suresh Canagarajah, Rashi Jain
November 06, 2020

This innovative volume showcases the possibilities of autoethnography as a means of exploring the complexities of transnational identity construction for learners, teachers, and practitioners in English language teaching (ELT). // The book unpacks the dynamics of today’s landscape of language ...

Researching Interpretive Talk Around Literary Narrative Texts Shared Novel Reading

Researching Interpretive Talk Around Literary Narrative Texts: Shared Novel Reading

1st Edition

By John Gordon
October 07, 2020

Drawing on a multidisciplinary approach integrating insights from conversation analysis, narrative analysis, and narratology, this book theorizes teaching around narrative prose in each level of education, with a focus on a new framework of Pedagogic Literary Narration which emphasizes the practice...

Language Teaching with Video-Based Technologies Creativity and CALL Teacher Education

Language Teaching with Video-Based Technologies: Creativity and CALL Teacher Education

1st Edition

By Michael Thomas, Christel Schneider
September 02, 2020

This book explores the implications of technology-mediated project-based language learning for CALL teacher development, focusing on the role of video-based instruction in elucidating challenges and opportunities to promote learner creativity in the language classroom. The volume builds on ...

Online Education for Teachers of English as a Global Language

Online Education for Teachers of English as a Global Language

1st Edition

Edited By Hyun-Sook Kang, Dong-shin Shin, Tony Cimasko
July 20, 2020

This collection offers a critical examination of online language teacher education programs (OLTE), looking at a range of issues which have informed their development and the challenges and opportunities in their implementation from a TESOL perspective. Positioning itself uniquely amongst the ...

Corpus Analysis in Different Genres Academic Discourse and Learner Corpora

Corpus Analysis in Different Genres: Academic Discourse and Learner Corpora

1st Edition

Edited By María Luisa Carrió-Pastor
July 15, 2020

This collection sheds light on the ways in which corpus linguistics and the use of learner corpora might be applied to the study of academic discourse, revealing linguistic and rhetorical patterns and insights into variation across a range of disciplinary genres. Organized into three sections, the ...

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