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ERIC Number: ED140678
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 308
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A Survey of Applied Linguistics.
Wardhaugh, Ronald, Ed.; Brown, H. Douglas, Ed.
This book provides a comprehensive review of the major areas of applied linguistics with original contributions by fourteen scholars. The following chapters are included: (1) "What is Applied Linguistics?" by H. Douglas Brown; (2) "Language Development," by Lois Bloom; (3) "First Language Teaching," by Jean Malmstrom (discusses the teaching of English as a first language in six areas: usage and dialectology; grammar and rhetoric; linguistics in the curriculum; spelling; textbooks and supplementary materials; and possible conclusions and implications); (4) "Orthography," by Richard L. Venezky; (5) "Reading," by Rose-Marie Weber; (6) "Second Language Learning," by Jack C. Richards; (7) "Second Language Teaching," by William E. Rutherford; (8) "Bilingualism," by Bernard Spolsky; (9)"Dialectology," by Roger W. Shuy; (10) "Language and Society," by Robin Lakoff; (11) "Literature," by Donald C. Freeman; (12) "Language Disorders," by Haiganoosh Whitaker and Harry Whitaker; and (13) "Language Testing," by John W. Oller, Jr. (CFM)
University of Michigan Press, 615 E. University, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106 ($14.00)
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