Scientific and Humanistic Dimensions of Language

Festschrift for Robert Lado

On the Occasion of his 70th Birthday

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The volume has been written by a great variety of scholars and educators. Not only are the authors literally from all four corners of the world; they also represent, in spite of the large body of shared professional viewpoints and objectives, many different, even diverging, approaches, methodologies, and preferences. The papers have been grouped into a number of sections: 1. Language teaching; 2. Bilingualism; 3. Language testing; 4. Contrastive analysis: linguistic and cultural; 5. Language acquisition and performance; 6. Language, thought, and meaning; 7. Linguistic and literary analysis; 8. Lexical and terminological studies; 9. Language policy and language planning.
[Not in series, 22]  1985.  lii, 614 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
VII
Introduction
IX
Contents
XIII
Tabula Gratulatoria
XIX
Biographical Notes
XXXIII
Publications of Robert Lado
XXXIX
I. Language Teaching
‘Errors’ and the Teaching of English
Adebisi Afolayan
3
Educated Spoken Arabic: A Problem in Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language
ElSaid M. Badawi
15
Case Grammar Applied to the Teaching of English
Walter A. Cook S.J.
23
The Lado Legacy: Empathy in Applying Linguistics
Robert J. DiPietro
33
The Teacher's Role as Organizer of Classroom Activities: Thoughts in Appreciation of Robert Lado
Mary Finocchiaro
43
Lado's Influence in Brazil
Francisco Gomes de Matos
55
On the Use of ‘Valence’ in Foreign Language Teaching
William G. Moulton
63
The Teaching of French in India: Past and Present
Y.K. Sohoni
73
Teaching Language for Communication in Taiwan
Arnold Sprenger S.V.D.
85
Patterns in the Organization of Teacher Training
Peter Strevens
95
Memory and the Language Laboratory
Rudolph C. Troike
105
II. Bilingualism
Linguistics and Bilingual Education
James E. Alatis
115
The Uses of Adversity are Sweet: The Cubans and the Rebirth of Bilingual Education in the United States
Rosa G. Inclan
123
III. Language Testing
In the Beginning was Lado. The European Certificate Program: Origins and Development of Language Tests in Adult Education 1965-1985
Reinhold Freudenstein
137
Testing, Standards, and the Curriculum: Through the Backdoor
Richard T. Thompson
149
IV. Contrastive Analysis
Translation Across Cultures: Some Problems with Terminologies
Ranko Bugarski
159
Language Teaching for Inter-Cultural Communication: What Goals for Whom?
Michael Clyne
165
Comparing Apologies Across Languages
Andrew D. Cohen and Elite Olshtain
175
Contrastive Analysis, Modistae, and Case Grammar
Francis P. Dinneen, S.J.
185
Contrastive Analysis: A Linguistic Hypothesis
Charles A. Ferguson
199
Robert Lado and Contrastive Linguistics
Jacek Fisiak
209
From the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis to Cultural Semiotics: Some Considerations on the ‘Language-Culture Problem’
Yoshihiko Ikegami
215
Application of Contrastive Procedures to Gothic
Winfred P. Lehmann
223
Translation Across Languages or Across Cultures?
Albrecht Neubert
231
A Comparison of the Phonemic Systems of Spanish and Tagalog
Antonio Quilis Morales
241
Language Processes in Contrast: Contrastive Analysis Revisited
Kari Sajavaara
253
V. Language Acquisition and Performance
Several Languages – One Competence?
Hans Glinz
263
Learning from Learners: Second Language Acquisition Processes
Carolyn Kessler
277
Linguistic and Communicative competence and Conversational performance in English as a Second Language
Robert L. Politzer
291
The Fifth Skill
Josef Rohrer
303
Visual and Auditory Orientations to Language learning
William C. Stokoe
315
The Four Basic Language Skills: Myth or Reality?
Renzo Titone
321
Relevance of the Concept of Linguistic Competence to Foreign Language Learning and Acquisition
Leopoldo Wigdorsky
329
VI. Language, Thought, and Meaning
Some Aspects of Referential Clustering and Lexical Meaning
Edward M. Anthony
345
Meaning and the Idiolect: The Idioseme
Robert A. Hall, Jr.
353
On the Interrelation of Language and Thought
Kurt R. Jankowsky
361
Leibniz as a Linguist
Hugo J. Mueller
375
Thought Without Language
Rulon S. Wells
387
VII. Linguistic and Literary Analysis
The Language of the Age
David Crystal
399
Phonemics Thirty Years After
Archibald A. Hill
409
Notes on the Treatment of Syntax in the Grammatical Tradition
Henry M. Hoenigswald
415
The Rhythm of English Sentences
Charles W. Kreidler
421
The Influence of the Lexicon and Semantic Content in the Perception of English Phonemes
Felix Lobo S.J. and Kensaku Yoshida
433
Static, Dynamic, and Relational Perspectives Suggested in Words and Phrases
Kenneth L. Pike
447
Intonation and Topic in Portuguese
Cléa Rameh
453
A Linguistic Appreciation of a Poem by A. E. Housman
Robert H. Robins
465
A Comparison of Oral and Written Language Functions
Roger W. Shuy
471
VIII. Lexical and Terminological Studies
Lexical Patterns in a Text and Interpretation
Peter H. Fries
483
Nahuatlisms in Mexican Spanish
Juan M. Lope Blanch
491
A Sociosemiotic Approach to Lexicography
Eugene A. Nida
497
On the Origin of the Term ‘Psycholinguistics’
Tatiana Slama-Cazacu
505
Semantic Periodicity
Michael Zarechnak
515
IX. Language Policy and Language Planning
Tesol: The Australian Experience
Australian Department of Education and Youth Affairs
531
Second Language Teaching and Learning in Cameroon Today and Tomorrow
Emmanuel N. Chia
539
The Societal Basis of the Intergenerational Continuity of Additional Languages
Joshua A. Fishman †
551
Language and Development
Melvin J. Fox
559
Lexicography and Language Planning
Einar Haugen
571
The Filipino People and English
Bonifacio P. Sibayan
581
A Research Agenda for the Profession: Issues and Priorities
G. Richard Tucker
595
The Role of New Guinea Pidgin (TOK PISIN) in the Changing Culture of Papua New Guinea
Stephen A. Wurm
605
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