Teaching Languages, Teaching Culture
[Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. Series S, 14] 1997. iv, 146 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: Applied Linguistics Association of Australia
Table of Contents
Teaching culture as an itegrated part of language teaching: An introductionChantal Crozet & Anthony J. Liddicoat | pp. 1–22
Primary socialization and cultural factors in second language learning: Wending our way through semi-charted territoryFrancis Mangubhai | pp. 23–54
Everyday speech as culture: Implications for language teachingAnthony J. Liddicoat | pp. 55–70
Teaching conversation and sociocultural norms with conversation analysisAnne-Marie Barraja-Rohan | pp. 71–88
Using contrastive rhetoric to teach writing: Seven principlesAndy Kirkpatrick | pp. 89–102
Cultural transmission in literacy acquisition: A case study in ChineseJudy W.Y. Ho | pp. 103–118
Is there a class in this room?Peter Cowley & Barbara E. Hanna | pp. 119–134
Teaching culture and language for specific purposes: An approach to the development of appropriate teaching materialGabriele Schmidt | pp. 135–146
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