Moving around Languages

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Teaching English in the Global Age
Curatore: Alessandro Monti
Isbn: 978-88-6274-138-5
Collana: Collana del Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici (StudiUm) Asia, Africa e Mediterraneo (Dost) Educational
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Teaching English in the Global Age
Moving around Languages
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CollanaCollana del Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici (StudiUm) Asia, Africa e Mediterraneo (Dost) Educational
CuratoreAlessandro Monti
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Preface ● A. Monti, Italian Edition ● M. A. Vyas & Y. L. Patel, Indian Edition ● V. Durairaj, English: An Alladin’s Lamp ● Introducing Innovative Technologies in Teaching: C. Rozzonelli, E-Learning 2.0: the Use of Web 2.0 in Teaching and Learning English as a Foreign Language and Information Communication Technology ● A. Fox, Integrating ICT in the Language Classroom: An Intercultural Journey? ● M. Schcolnik, Making Language Teaching Relevant for the Digital Age ● R. Watson Todd, The Future of CALL ● S. Vijayalakshmi, Podcasting: an Effective Tool for Language Learning ● Communicative Language Teaching in ESL Context: L. Xiao, What Can we Learn from Classroom Observations? A Study of CLT in a Chinese University Context ● E. Taiwo Babalola, Communicative Language Teaching and English Language Teaching in Nigeria ● D. Gupta, Communicative Language Teaching: An Indian Teacher Resolves a Methodology Dilemma ● Developing Communication Skills: A. Baratta, A Fine ‘How Do You Do’: Contextual Factors within English Greetings ● V. Street, Integrating Skills: Business Presentations for Business Students ● N. Hussain, Teaching Oral Communication Skills in Academic Setting: A Case Study of Nursing Students in Pakistan ● Multiculturalism in ESL: E. Adami, Linguistic Migrations: Teaching English in Multicultural Contexts ● R. Belchamber, Identity Maintenance for Non-Native Speakers of English ● M. Mantero & S. Majumdar, Enacting a Plurilingual Pedagogy: English Language Policy and Instruction in India ● C. Pass & M. Mantero, Investigating Linguistic Diversity in American Classrooms ● S. I. Harnisch & M. Khemlani David, Crosstalk in Multilingual Interactions among Non-native Speakers of English ● Vocabulary Development: T. Bellomo, Morphological Analysis and Vocabulary Development: Critical Criteria ● P. Nation, Vocabulary Learning through Experience Tasks ● A. A. Kak & S. H. Wani, Code Switching, Code Mixing and the Teaching Process ● A. Monti, Teaching Unauthorised English ● R. Taiwo, Enhancing ESL Learners’ Lexical Competence ● Factors Affecting ESL Teaching: M. Khemlani David & D. Yoong, Applying Knowledge of Psycholinguistics in Language Teaching and Learning ● J. Eckerth & C. Leung, Talking to the Other, and Writing for Oneself: Pursuing Teacher Professionalism through Narrative Inquiry ● I. Nityanandam, Teaching English at the Under Graduate Level: Groping in the Dark? ● P. Bhaskaran Nair, Redefining Learner Autonomy in the Indian ESL Context ● Content Based Instruction: M. Ebata, Content Based Instruction ● M. Horrigan, Familiarity and Planning in Content Based Learning ● Curriculum Development: M. M. Sarma, Communicative Language Teaching: Problems of Designing Syllabuses and Producing Materials ● E. A. Gamini Fonseka, Some Universals in the Process of Curriculum Development in ELT ● Natalie Hess & Elizabeth Templin, Constructing Curriculum for an Intensive English Program ● Pedagogical Reorientation of Grammar: C. Paraskevas, Revising Our Paradigm: Teaching Grammar as Text Inquiry ● R. Rabbini, A Reflection of Pedagogic Value on Swan’s Design Criteria and Westney’s Approach to Grammar Teaching ● Games and Activities in ESL classroom: J. Quijano-Cruz, Language-Based Games and Motivation: Using Games in the ESL Classroom ● S. Koren, Dynamic, Interactive Classroom Activities ● J. Walczak, Games and Students’ Motivation in Foreign Language Learning ● Language Testing: M. A. Vyas & Y. L. Patel, Testing Communicative Competence ● Afterword: E. Adami, The world of ETL, or Teaching English in Today’s World
Il volume riunisce saggi che si occupano di lessico colto e lessico popolare da intendere non come opposizione ma come intarsio di elementi di diversa origine in un sistema linguistico, di significati della vita ordinaria e della società tradizionale e del registro colloquiale che si mescolano a significati colti e intellettuali. I contributi sono dedicati ad alcuni aspetti del lessico dell’italiano, di dialetti e di minoranze linguistiche, in diversi momenti del loro svolgimento storico.