Spanish Learner Corpus Research

Current trends and future perspectives

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The aim of this book is to present a comprehensive picture of the current state of Spanish learner corpus research (SLCR), which makes it unique, since no other monograph has focused on collecting research dealing with learner corpora of any language other than English. In addition to an introductory appraisal of current SLCR, as well as a wake-up call reminding us that learner corpus design still needs to be improved, this volume features a selection of original studies ranging from general issues concerning learner corpora compilation to more specific aspects such as phonetic, lexical, grammatical and pragmatic features of the interlanguage of learners of Spanish, as reflected in corpus data. This volume will undoubtedly be of significant interest to researchers involved in corpus linguistics, second language acquisition research, as well as to professionals in the field of Spanish as a second language, including teachers, and creators and publishers of teaching materials.
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 78]  2016.  vi, 337 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Section 1. Introduction
Spanish learner corpus research: Achievements and challenges
Margarita Alonso-Ramos
3–32
What is missing in learner corpus design?
Yukio Tono
33–52
Section 2. Compilation, annotation and exploitation of learner corpus data
Learner Spanish on computer: The CAES ‘Corpus de Aprendices de Español’ project
Guillermo Rojo and Ignacio M. Palacios Martínez
55–87
PoS-tagging a Spanish oral learner corpus: Criteria, procedure, and a sample analysis
Leonardo Campillos Llanos
89–116
The LANGSNAP longitudinal learner corpus: Design and use
Nicole Tracy-Ventura, Rosamond Mitchell and Kevin McManus
117–142
The Aprescrilov corpus, or broadening the horizon of Spanish language learning in Flanders
Kris Buyse, Lydia Fernández Pereda and Katrien Verveckken
143–168
Spanish Corpus Proficiency Level Training Website and Corpus: An open-source, online resource for corpus linguistics studies
Dale Koike and Jennifer Witte
169–196
Section 3. Analysis of learner corpus data
Factors that can have an impact on the processes of perceiving Spanish/L2
Ana Blanco Canales
199–234
Pragmatic principles in anaphora resolution at the syntax-discourse interface: Advanced English learners of Spanish in the CEDEL2 corpus
Cristóbal Lozano
235–265
Discourse markers in CEDEL2 and SPLLOC corpora of learner Spanish: Analysis of some lexical-pragmatic failures
Nancy Vázquez Veiga
267–297
A corpus study of Spanish as a Foreign Language learners’ collocation production
Orsolya Vincze, Marcos García-Salido, Ana Orol and Margarita Alonso-Ramos
299–331
Index
333–337
“This volume is worthwhile for expierienced LCR scholars and those who are new to the field. For experienced researchers it offers a thorough state-of-the-art overview of Spanish LCR, while also identifying various issues that are in need of further investigation. For those less familiar with LCR, the volume provides important background information on the creation, annotation, and analysis of learner corpora. In sum, Spanish Learner Corpus Research: Current Trends and Future Perspectives is a welcomed contribution to this area of scholarship.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CJA – Language teaching theory & methods
BISAC Subject: LAN020000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Study & Teaching
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2016038794