Studying Speaking to Inform 2nd Lang Lea
Diana Boxer, Andrew D. Cohen
Multilingual Matters Limited, 2004 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 335 pages
In a series of studies specially written for this volume, Studying Speaking to Inform Second Language Learning offers the applied linguist research on spoken interaction in second and foreign languages and provides insights as to how findings from each of these studies may inform language pedagogy. The volume offers an interweaving of discourse perspectives: speech acts, speech events, interactional analysis, pragmatics, and conversational analysis.
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