ERIC Number: ED414745
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1996
TEANGA 16: The Irish Yearbook of Applied Linguistics = Bliainiris na Teangeolaiochta Feidhmi in Eirinn.
O'Baoill, Donall P., Ed.
TEANGA: The Irish Yearbook of Applied Linguistics, v16 1996
Essays in applied linguistics presented in this annual review include: "Learner Autonomy: Some Steps in the Evolution of Theory and Practice" (David Little); "An Investigation of the Mental Lexicon of Second Language Learners" (Elizabeth O'Gorman); "Strategies for Identifying Terms in Specialised Texts" (Jennifer Pearson); "Inferencing and the Student of Translation" (John Kirby); "Citation as Persuasion in Research Articles" (Sarah Thomas, Thomas Hawes); "French Vocabulary--Looking for 'le mot juste'" (David L. Parris); "Electronic Texts and Concordances in the Translation Classroom" (Pearson); "The Noises Made by Poems: An Exploration of the Use of Poetry in the Advanced English Language Classroom" (Sarah Ekdawi); "Video in the Irish Language Classroom" (Nancy Stenson); "How Snowmen Move: Some Aspects of Lexical Choice in Irish Sign Language" (Patrick McDonnell); and "Extending the Lexicon of Irish Sign Language" (Patrick A. Matthews). (MSE)
Descriptors: Applied Linguistics, Citations (References), Diachronic Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Electronic Text, English (Second Language), Foreign Countries, French, Indexes, Instructional Materials, Interpretive Skills, Irish, Language Acquisition, Language Processing, Language Research, Languages for Special Purposes, Linguistic Theory, Personal Autonomy, Persuasive Discourse, Poetry, Second Language Learning, Sign Language, Technical Writing, Translation, Uncommonly Taught Languages, Videotape Recordings, Vocabulary, Vocabulary Development
IRAAL, 31 Fitzwillaim Place, Dublin 2, Ireland (10 Irish pounds).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: California State Dept. of Education. Sacramento. Office of Special Programs.
Note: For individual articles, see FL 024 941-951.