Integrating Chinese Linguistic Research and Language Teaching and Learning

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Linguistic research and language teaching have generally been viewed as two separate types of academic endeavor. While linguists have been preoccupied with pattern finding and theory building, language teachers often encounter issues that are not readily addressed by theoretical linguistic research. This collection, with eleven papers touching upon a wide range of issues, stands out as one of the rare concerted efforts toward a meaningful integration of the two endeavors. Subject matters include tone, stress, word structure, grammatical categories (e.g. classifiers), syntactic structures (including argument structure), discourse particles, implicit and explicit knowledge, conversational repair, and learner corpus. With a diverse range of theoretical orientations, this collection serves to showcase some of the productive ways to create synergy between Chinese linguistic research and language education.

[Studies in Chinese Language and Discourse, 7]  2016.  xviii, 239 pp.
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Table of Contents
Contributors
vii–x
Acknowledgments
xi–xii
Integrating Chinese linguistic research and language teaching and learning: An introduction
Hongyin Tao
xiii–xviii
The emergence of verb argument structure in Mandarin Chinese
Jidong Chen
1–12
A corpus linguistics approach to the research and teaching of Chinese as a second language: The case of the ba-construction
Hang Du
13–32
Facilitating language learning: A generative perspective
Yen-hui Audrey Li
33–58
An ERP study of the processing of Mandarin classifiers
Zhiying Qian and Susan Garnsey
59–80
Explicit, implicit and metalinguistic knowledge in L2 Chinese
Chiara Romagnoli
81–96
Metalinguistic awareness and self-repair in Chinese language learning
Liang Tao
97–120
De-stressed words in Mandarin: drawing parallel with English
Hana Třísková
121–144
Prosody and discourse functions of ranhou 然后: With implications for teaching Mandarin conjunctions at the discourse level
Wei Wang
145–168
Patterns of plural NP + dou (都) expressions in conversational discourse and their pedagogical implications
Haiping Wu and Hongyin Tao
169–194
Prominence marking in second language Chinese tones
Hang Zhang
195–214
A multi-dimensional corpus study of mixed compounds in Chinese
Zheng-sheng Zhang
215–238
Index
239–240
“There is growing interest globally in the processes associated with the learning, teaching, and use of Chinese language(s) by children, adolescents, and adults. Hongyin Tao’s timely edited volume brings together current research by linguists and applied linguists who draw on a range of theoretical, methodological, and pedagogical approaches to study various aspects of Mandarin acquisition. Contributors’ research is informed by principles from generative or functional grammar, psycholinguistic or discursive processing and performance, and corpus-based analyses of register variation and the distribution of linguistic structures in oral and/or written texts. By analyzing various linguistic and metalinguistic constructions and forms of knowledge, and considering implications of their research for the teaching and learning of Mandarin, readers are offered insights into the richness of contemporary linguistic/discursive research on Chinese and its relevance to teachers and textbook writers. The book promises to stimulate further applied linguistic research and cross-disciplinary discussion on the teaching and learning of Chinese.”
Integrating Chinese Linguistic Research and Language Teaching and Learning, part of the Studies in Chinese Language and Discourse series, provides a much-needed collection of studies attempting to bridge the divide between Chinese linguistic research and Chinese language instruction”
“This book is an outstanding contribution to the field of Chinese linguistics with works that endeavor to integrate Chinese linguistic theory and teaching. [...] This is definitely a volume that should top the reading list of anyone interested in this line of inquiry.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF/2GDC – Linguistics/Chinese
BISAC Subject: LAN020000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Study & Teaching
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