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2001 Hardcover Brand New clean, tight, unmarked, (Fine)() Pragmatics in Language Teaching examines the acquisition of language use in social contexts in second and foreign ... language classrooms. Included are 2 state-of-the-art survey chapters, and 11 chapters reporting the results of empirical research. The empirical studies cover three areas: incidental acquisition of pragmatics in instructed contexts, the effects of instruction in pragmatics, and the assessment of pragmatics ability. The studies address a num. Read more Show Less

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Pragmatics in Language Teaching examines the acquisition of language use in social contexts in second and foreign language classrooms. Included are 2 state-of-the-art survey chapters, and 11 chapters reporting the results of empirical research. The empirical studies cover three areas: incidental acquisition of pragmatics in instructed contexts, the effects of instruction in pragmatics, and the assessment of pragmatics ability. The studies address a number of areas in pragmatics, from speech acts and discourse markers to conversational routines and address terms, and represent a range of target languages and contexts in the United States, Asia, and Europe.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780521803793
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 10/15/2001
  • Series: Cambridge Applied Linguistics Series
  • Pages: 380
  • Product dimensions: 5.98 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 1.02 (d)

Table of Contents

List of contributors
Series editors' preface
Preface
Ch. 1 Pragmatics in language teaching 1
I Theoretical and Empirical Background 11
Ch. 2 Evaluating the empirical evidence: Grounds for instruction in pragmatics? 13
Ch. 3 Classroom research on interlanguage pragmatics 33
II Issues in Classroom-Based Learning of Pragmatics 61
Ch. 4 Pragmatic and grammatical awareness: A function of the learning environment? 63
Ch. 5 Why can't learners of JFL distinguish polite from impolite speech styles? 80
Ch. 6 A longitudinal study of the development of expression of alignment in Japanese as a foreign language 103
III The Effects of Instruction in Pragmatics 121
Ch. 7 Acquiring French interactional norms through instruction 125
Ch. 8 Inductive and deductive teaching of compliments and compliment responses 145
Ch. 9 The role of input enhancement in developing pragmatic competence 171
Ch. 10 Explicit and implicit teaching of pragmatic routines: Japanese sumimasen 200
Ch. 11 Explicit instruction and JFL learner's use of interactional discourse markers 223
IV The Assessment of Pragmatic Ability 245
Ch. 12 Use of address terms on the German Speaking Test 248
Ch. 13 Indicators for pragmatic instruction: Some quantitative tools 283
Ch. 14 Pragmatics tests: Different purposes, different tests 301
References 327
Name index 355
Subject index 361
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2002

    Pragmatics in Language Teaching

    When I see the title, my eyes become sparkling. It is the very book I desire. For more than four years I have been reading books on pragmatics. However, up to now, no one is so appealing to me, because it is the first book I have seen talking on pragmatics in language teaching. I read through the contents listed out and almost every of them is attractive to me, I think. But it's a pity I couldn't put it in the cart. I'm not in America. I do hope I could read it as soon as possible or someone who has read it could help me with more information from the book. It is too important to me. Thanks before hand.

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