ERIC Number: ED373551
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
Edinburgh Working Papers in Applied Linguistics. Number 5.
Davies, Alan, Ed.; Parkinson, Brian, Ed.
Edinburgh Working Papers in Applied Linguistics, n5 1994
The eight papers in this volume, prepared by staff and students of the Institute for Applied Language Studies of Edinburgh University, address a variety of issues in applied linguistics. The papers include: (1) "A Coding System for Analyzing a Spoken Database" (Joan Cutting); (2) "L2 Perceptual Acquisition: The Effect of Multilingual Linguistic Experience on the Perception of a 'Less Novel' Contrast" (Kayoko Enomoto); (3) "Peer Observation and Post-Lesson Discussion" (Sheena Davies and Brian Parkinson); (4) "Are Score Comparisons Across LP Batteries Justified?: An IELTS-TOEFL Comparability Study" (Ardeshir Geranpayeh); (5) "The University of Edinburgh Test of English at Matriculation: Validation Report" (Tony Lynch); (6) "Some Aspects of 'Foreignness' in the Pronunciation of Upper Intermediate Students of Spanish" (Carmen Santos Maldonado); (7) "Interpreting Metonymy" (Anne Pankhurst); and (8) "Measuring Synonymy as an Intra-Linguistic and Cross-Linguistic Sense Relation" (Matutin Sikogukira). Each paper is followed by a reference list. (MDM)
Descriptors: Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Language Proficiency, Language Research, Language Tests, Phonology, Pronunciation, Second Language Instruction, Vocabulary Development
Edinburgh Working Papers in Applied Linguistics, Institute for Applied Language Studies, 21 Hill Place, Edinburgh EH8 9DP, Scotland, United Kingdom (Individual: surface mail, 5.50 British pounds and air mail 7.50 British pounds; Institutional: surface mail 6.50 British pounds and air mail, 8.50 British pounds).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
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Authoring Institution: Edinburgh Univ. (Scotland).