The Magic of Language: Productivity in Linguistics and Language Teaching

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Thomas Tinnefeld
htw saar, 28.12.2020 - 311 Seiten
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Language is magic. This magic happens when new ideas come to our minds or when we come across notions which are new to us, i.e. when we use language productively and construct our own world. The magic (in the productivity) of language works in various linguistic areas, e.g. phonetics, lexicology, phraseology, pragmatics, languages for specific purposes and multilingualism. In language teaching and learning, this magic comes into effect when language meets content, when we try to adapt our teaching to our learners’ needs or when we need to leave our comfort zone to take risks. 

With contributions by Lizeta Demetriou, Bessie Dendrinos, Olga Dobrunoff, Rashit Emini, Douglas Fleming, Thomas H. Goetz, Ourania Katsara, Bernd Klewitz, Katrin Menzel, Torten Piske, Lea Pöschik, Ronald Kresta, Nikolay Slavkov, Anja Steinlen, and Brikena & Gëzim Xhaferi, this edited volume features articles that cover a diversity of research findings which deal with the magic of language in various contexts and linguistic settings in Europe, America and Asia.


Saarbrücken Series on Linguistics and Language Methodology (SSLLM) 

Series Editor: Prof. Thomas Tinnefeld

 

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Editor: Thomas Tinnefeld

Dr. Thomas Tinnefeld is a full professor of Applied Languages at Saarland University of Applied Sciences in Saarbrücken, Germany. He is the editor of the international Journal of Linguistics and Language Teaching and the chair of the biennial Saarbrücken Conferences on Foreign Language Teaching. He has authored and edited multiple publications in the field of applied linguistics and language methodology. His main research interests are languages for specific purposes, grammar and grammaticography, and interculturality.


With the Collaboration of Martin East and Ronald Kresta

Dr. Martin East is a full professor of Language Education in the School of Cultures, Languages and Linguistics, the University of Auckland, New Zealand.  His research interests include innovative practices in language pedagogy and challenges for additional language learning in English-dominant contexts. He is the author of numerous publications in the field of language pedagogy and assessment.

Dr. Ronald Kresta is a professor of English for Specific Purposes and the director of the Language Centre at THM University of Applied Sciences in Giessen, Germany. His major research interests include error analysis, pronunciation research and pronunciation teaching as well as the application of these areas to EFL teaching.


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