Reflections on Language and Language Learning

In honour of Arthur van Essen

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| University of Groningen
| University of Groningen
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In Reflections on Language and Language Learning: In honour of Arthur van Essen, thirty-one leading language scholars and educational linguists in the Netherlands and abroad with whom over the years Professor van Essen, one of the grandees of applied linguistics, has collaborated provide original essays and studies which discuss the most recent insights and trends in the fields of linguistics and foreign language teaching. While interdisciplinary in scope, the volume encompasses theoretical advances in (educational) linguistic thinking; for example, the perceptive articles written by Michael Byram, Christopher N. Candlin, Natalia Gvishiani, Peter Jordens, Jan Koster, Leo van Lier, and Bondi Sciarone — as well as a sample of the latest methodological developments in areas such as ELT, LSP, and content-based language teaching; cases in point are the useful contributions by Jeanine Deen & Hilde Hacquebord, Michaël Goethals, Paul Meara & Ignacio Rodríguez Sánchez, Rosamond Mitchell & Christopher Brumfit, and Uta Thürmer.
[Not in series, 109]  2001.  xxxiv, 366 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Language and language learning: An introduction
xi
Arthur van Essen: as seen by another professional, the late W. R. Lee OBE MA PHD
xix
List of Arthur van Essen’s publications
xxi
List of Contributors
xxxi
Part One. History of Linguistics
1. Linguistics, historicism and the humanities
Jan Koster
3–19
2. The man who knew too much: J. M. Hoogvliet as a teacher and theoretician of language
Jan Noordegraaf
21–33
3. Applied linguistics, old and new
Bondi Sciarone
35–46
4. Karl Bühler’s child psychology: Methodological preliminaries
Frank J.M. Vonk
47–60
Part Two
5. An exploration of the art and science debate in language education
David Block
63–74
6. Phonology, lexical semantics and syntax in aphasia and natural language acquisition in adulthood
Roelien Bastiaanse
75–90
7. Language teaching as political action
Michael Byram
91–103
8. How’s this for fun?: The role of humour in the ELT classroom and ELT teaching materials
Péter Medgyes
105–118
9. Identity and differentiation of the lexicon through language corpora
Natalia Gvishiani
119–129
10. ESP — a variety of English and/or a type of language course?
Uta Thürmer
131–139
11. Categorising in discourse: The case of Dutch ander
Titus Ensink and Harrie Mazeland
141–153
12. SVOV in German and Dutch: Interface between discourse prominence and subject identification as a parsing requirement
Werner Abraham
155–167
Part Three
13. Literacy in Dutch of poorly schooled adult immigrants from the Netherlands Antilles
Jan Berenst
171–184
14. Medical discourse as professional and institutional action: Challenges to teaching and researching languages for special purposes
Christopher N. Candlin
185–207
15. Content- and language-integrated learning, culture of education and learning theories
Piet Van de Craen
209–220
16. Content-based language teaching: Language in the mathematics classroom
J.Y. Deen and Hilde Hacquebord
221–236
17. Theoretical approaches to second-language learner varieties
Peter Jordens
237–252
18. The role of form in language learning
Leo van Lier
253–266
19. A methodology for evaluating the effectiveness of vocabulary treatments
Paul Meara and Ignacio Rodríguez Sánchez
267–278
20. The place of knowledge about language in the mother tongue and foreign language curriculum
Rosamond Mitchell and Christopher Brumfit
279–292
Part Four
21. Towards an alphabetical grammar of Modern Israeli Hebrew
Wout J. van Bekkum and Hans Hamburger
295–309
22. The use of word frequency data in the teaching of English as an alternative/additional language: Reflections on recent EET-list experience and experiments
Michaël Goethals
311–323
23. Helping advanced EFL learners improve their written English through self-correction tasks
Pierre Kouraogo
325–339
24. A web-based foreign-language assistant
John Nerbonne and Petra Smit
341–348
25. Subject didactics as the science of the foreign-language teaching profession
Aud Marit Simensen
349–361
Index
363–366
“This book contains papers of interest to many language professionals, but it is most likely to complement the libraries of scholars in applied linguistics who tread the line between SLA and its application to teaching and who are interested in a kaleidoscopic view of contemporary, mostly European work in the field.”
“This volume is indeed multidisciplinary, as the editors claims, and does, I think, go beyond the traditional festschrift in that it contains some of the finest papers in applied linguistics and educational linguistics to date.”
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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