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Corpora in language education and research

International Conference on Teaching and Language Corpora (1st 1994 University of Lancaster)

Corpora in language education and research

a selection of papers from Talc 94

by International Conference on Teaching and Language Corpora (1st 1994 University of Lancaster)

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Published by Unit for Computer Research on the English Language in Lancaster .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Andrew Wilson and Tony McEnery.
SeriesTechnical papers / Unit for Computer Research on the English Language -- v.4
ContributionsMcEnery, Tony., Wilson, Andrew, 1966-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19535502M

  Primary Resources Books and journals Aijmer (): Corpora and Language Teaching Hunston (): Corpora in Applied Linguistics McEnery (): Corpus-Based Language Studies Sinclair (): How to Use Corpora in Language Teaching International Journal of Corpus Linguistics Corpora . Language for special purposes is also focussed on as a research topic, an academic discipline, and language to be translated. Multimodal corpora are also considered. Proposals are made for corpus-based research into the language of films, and into translation (and mediation) universals.

While native corpora and corpus linguistic tools and methods have been used and applied for quite some time in the development of learning and teaching materials, learner corpora are only just beginning to impact the field of language teaching, testing and assessment. This volume helps to close this still existing gap and highlights the great potential of learner corpus research for language. Book Description. The use of language corpora as a resource in linguistics and language-related disciplines is now well-established. One of the many fields where the impact of corpora has been growing in recent years is translation, both at a descriptive and a practical level.

The book also presents a series of corpus-based case studies illustrating central themes and best practices in the field\"--\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Corpora and Language Education provides a comprehensive overview of the field and includes a discussion of the historical and conceptual background of. This volume brings together contributions from the Klagenfurt Conference of Corpus-Based Applied Linguistics (CALK14), in order to extend corpus linguistic research in different areas of applied linguistics. The studies gathered here explore the opportunities that both spoken and written corpora offer for answering questions in different domains of applied linguistics such as second language.


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Corpora in language education and research by International Conference on Teaching and Language Corpora (1st 1994 University of Lancaster) Download PDF EPUB FB2

: Corpora and Language Education (Research and Practice in Applied Linguistics) (): Flowerdew, Lynne: BooksCited by: A critical examination of key concepts and issues in corpus linguistics, with a particular focus on the expanding interdisciplinary nature of the field and the role that written and spoken corpora now play in these different disciplines.

It also presents a series of corpus-based case studies illustrating central themes and best practices.

A critical examination of key concepts and issues in corpus linguistics, with a particular focus on the expanding interdisciplinary nature of the field and the role that written and spoken corpora now play in these different disciplines.

It also presents a series of corpus-based case studiesBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Corpora in the Classroom and Beyond: /ch Although corpus linguistic methods and research have had a considerable impact on language teaching in the last few decades, the corpus is still mostlyCited by: 2.

After decades of being overlooked, corpus evidence is becoming an important component of the teaching and learning of languages. Above all, the profession needs guidance in the practicalities of using corpora, interpreting the results and applying them to the problems and opportunities of the classroom.

This book is intensely practical, written mainly by a new generation of language /5(2). This book highlights the potential and the challenges of corpora in language education with a particular focus on the teacher’s perspective. For this purpose, the study explores the relevance of the corpus approach to central paradigms underlying contemporary language education.

books tend not to use O’Keeffe, A. & Farr, F. Using language corpora in initial teacher education: Peda- Research in corpus linguistics and mobile learning can provide.

After decades of being overlooked, corpus evidence is becoming an important component of the teaching and learning of languages. Above all, the profession needs guidance in the practicalities of using corpora, interpreting the results and applying them to the problems and opportunities of the classroom.

This book is intensely practical, written mainly by a new generation of language teachers. This book offers a cross-section of research by some leading scholars in the field, who offer accounts of first-hand experience and theoretical insights into the various ways of building and using appropriate corpora in translation teaching, for the benefit of teachers and learners alike.

Since then, corpus-based language studies and pedagogical materials have grown exponentially; there is already a substantial and ever-growing body of corpus-based research on language structure and use, as well as on language learning and teaching (see Biber et al.

Abstract. Analyzing learner language is a key component of second and foreign language education research and serves two main purposes: it helps researchers gain a better understanding of the mechanisms of second language acquisition (SLA) and it is a useful source of data for practitioners who are keen to design teaching and learning tools that target learners’ attested.

Lynne Flowerdew, Corpus-based research and pedagogy in EAP: From lexis to genre, Language Teaching, /S, 48, 1, (), (). Crossref The Handbook of Language Teaching. Corpora are well-established as a resource for language research; they are now also increasingly being used for teaching purposes.

This book is the first of its kind to deal explicitly and in a wide-ranging way with the use of corpora in teaching. This timeline looks at explicit uses of corpora in foreign or second language (L2) teaching and learning, i.e.

what happens when end-users explore corpus data, whether directly via concordancers or integrated into CALL programs, or indirectly with prepared printed materials.

What is a corpus and how does it differ from a dictionary. A corpus is a collection of texts. We call it a corpus (plural: corpora) when we use it for language research. That makes your class's essays a corpus - a small one.

It also makes the internet a corpus - a big one. People writing dictionaries are in the vanguard of corpus linguistics. In language education, both indirect and direct applications of corpora can be implemented.

Indirect applications of corpora, such as the use of corpus data by materials writers and researchers to devise teaching materials and syllabi (Römer, as cited in Flowerdew, ), have been used more and more extensively in the last decades.

A Guide to Using Corpora for English Language Learners is a great resource for students and teachers interested in using corpora for language learning. This handy guide is filled with interesting activities, clear examples and detailed instructions, including step by step screen shots for activities using online corpora.

"Corpora and Language Education critically examines key concepts and issues in corpus linguistics, with a particular focus on the expanding interdisciplinary nature of the field and the role that written and spoken corpora now play in the fields of professional communication, teacher education, translation studies, lexicography, literature, critical discourse analysis, and forensic linguistics.

Chapter Teaching the Language Skills from a Discourse Perspective. Elite Olshtain and Marianne Celce-Murcia. Chapter Content-Based Language Teaching and Academic Language Development. Ann Snow. Chapter Research in Corpora in Language Teaching and Learning.

Michael McCarthy and Elaine Vaughan. Chapter Technology in Language. The articles in this edited volume represent a broad coverage of areas. They discuss the role and effectiveness of corpora and corpus-linguistic techniques for language teaching but also deal with broader issues such as the relationship between corpora and second language teaching and how the different perspectives of foreign language teachers and applied linguists can be reconciled.

The significance of corpora, and corpus-based research, for second language teaching and learning has, to an extent at least, become axiomatic; however, progress continues and is required in relation to how insights from the systematic analysis of real texts in the real world can be harnessed to enhance second language teaching and learning.This book highlights the potential and the challenges of corpora in language education with a particular focus on the teacher's perspective.

For this purpose, the study explores the relevance of the corpus approach to central paradigms underlying contemporary language education. Furthermore, a critical analysis investigates the persisting gap between research findings and their implementation.Corpora in language learning and teaching Nina Vyatkina, University of Kansas Alex Boulton, University of Lorraine Keywords: Corpus, Computer-Assisted Language Learning, Language Teaching Methodology, Web-Based Instruction APA Citation: Vyatkina, N., & Boulton, A.

(). Corpora in language learning and teaching. Language.