ERIC Number: ED371572
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
Reference Count: N/A
Simplification: Theory and Application. Anthology Series 31.
Tickoo, M. L.
This collection of 14 articles look at the issues in theory and application that arise in the use of simplification in language pedagogy. Articles include the following: (1) "Simplification in Pedagogy" (Christopher Brumfit); (2) "Simplification" (H. V. George); (3) "Fossilization as Simplification?" (Larry Selinker); (4) "Modifications that Preserve Language and Content" (Michael H. Long and Steven Ross); (5) "Naturally Simplified Input, Comprehension, and Second Language Acquisition" (Rod Ellis); (6) "What's Simple in Simplified Language?" (Kenneth S. Goodman and David Freeman); (7) "Teaching Casual Conversation: The Issue of Simplification" (Diana Slade and Rod Gardner); (8) "Simply Defining: Constructing a Dictionary of Language Testing" (Alan Davies); (9) "Simplification in Student Writing" (A. Chandrasegaran); (10) "Responding to Task Difficulty: What Is Involved in Adjusting the Relationship Between Learners and Learning Experiences?" (John Honeyfield); (11) "Do Simplified Texts Simplify Language Comprehension for ESL Learners?" (Heather Lotherington-Woloszyn); (12) "Teaching and Learning Simplification Strategies in a Philippine Classroom: A Pilot Study" (Bonifacio P. Sibayan, Ma. Lourdes S. Batista, Andrew Gonzalez); (13) "Measuring Readiness for Simplified Material: A Test of the First 1,000 Words of English" (Paul Nation); (14) "Appendix: Simplification: A Viewpoint in Outline" (Makhan L. Tickoo). (MDM)
Descriptors: Educational Media, Educational Strategies, English (Second Language), Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Instructional Materials, Language Attitudes, Language Research, Language Tests, Language Usage, Media Adaptation, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning, Teaching Methods, Testing, Theory Practice Relationship
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (Singapore). Regional Language Centre.
Identifiers - Location: Philippines