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BukuMultilingual Theory and Practice in Applied Linguistics: Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics, University of Southampton, 6-8 September 2012
Author: Archibald, Alasdair N. (Editor)
Topik: Applied linguistics; MULTILINGUALISM; Linguistics; Applied Linguistics
Bahasa: (EN )    ISBN: 978-0-9559533-5-4    
Penerbit: Scitsiugnil Press     Tempat Terbit: London    Tahun Terbit: 2013    
Jenis: Proceeding
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    • Nomor Panggil: 406 BAA 45
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  2. Relationships between Reading Span Tasks and L2 Learning: Possibilities for Concern Involving Construct Equivalency, halaman 7-9
  3. The summarising function of university Engineering lectures: a cross-cultural perspective, halaman 11-14
  4. The role of (meta)linguistic awareness in cross-linguistic interferences of L3 English, halaman 15-18
  5. Online Language Choice and Identity: The case of 3arabizi, Salafi English, and Arabic, halaman 19-22
  6. An Analysis of the Washback Effect of TEM-4 on Teaching of English Majors – Taking Beijing Sport University as an Example, halaman 23-25
  7. The variability of lexical diversity and its relationship to learning style, halaman 27-30
  8. Idea Generation in L1 and FL Writing, halaman 31-34
  9. The emergence of Applied Linguistics in France - investigated through its scientific Journals (1962-2012), halaman 35-37
  10. Test-taker familiarity and speaking test performance: Does it make a difference?, halaman 39-41
  11. A study of formulaic language in Chinese EFL learners writing at university level, halaman 43-46
  12. The role of context in forming young learners’ attitudes and motivation to learning French, halaman 47-50
  13. Students’ rights in higher education classrooms: An exploration of tutors’ beliefs and their turn-taking practices, halaman 51-54
  14. The Story of Young Jae: JSL learning experience of a Korean School Age Sojourner in Tokyo, halaman 55-59
  15. ‘I don’t want to talk about the bullshit’: Foreigner talk and the Quest for Authenticity, halaman 61-64
  16. Black College Students: Their Motivation and Anxiety Levels Regarding Foreign Language Acquisition, halaman 65-67
  17. The Contribution of Lexical Access and Working Memory to Reading and Incidental Vocabulary Learning in FL, halaman 69-72
  18. How the Profiles of Words and Sentences Affect Contextualized Vocabulary Learning: Validation Study for Webb (2007), halaman 73-76
  19. Role and Significance of Urdu: The Lingua Franca of Pakistan, halaman 77-80
  20. Can Learners Self-assess Their Speaking Ability Accurately?, halaman 81-84
  21. First of all, I have to say that… - The development of formulaic repertoires in L2 English at B2 and C1 levels: a corpusdriven and cross-linguistic comparison, halaman 85-90
  22. Discourse markers in the talk of nonnative speaker teachers of English, halaman 91-95
  23. An Investigation into Focused Feedback Effectiveness: The Distinction between Rule-based and Lexically-based Error Types Matters, halaman 97-99
  24. A multi-modal comparative analysis of British and Japanese news discourses in the representation of environmental issues, halaman 101-103
  25. Writing Assessment Practices of Thai EFL Teachers: Case Studies, halaman 105-107
  26. University English: monolingual and multilingual perspectives, halaman 109-112
  27. Modeling Communication in an Online Community of Cyclists, halaman 113-115
  28. Can online role-playing games help improve Korean children’s vocabulary and reading skills?, halaman 117-119
  29. The Use of Can-Do Statements for Assessing the Writing Skills of Japanese University Students, halaman 121-123
  30. ‘Hey, you’ve missed out a point!’: Coconstruction of interactional competence through contriving disagreement in peer group speaking assessment, halaman 125-128
  31. The UK language learning crisis in the public media: A critical analysis, halaman 129-131
  32. Do We Really Understand an ‘Invisible’ Object Argument in English?, halaman 133-136
  33. The practice and effects of using blogassisted online extensive reading programme in ELT, halaman 137-139
  34. The institutionalization of Applied Linguistics in the USA, halaman 141-143
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  36. Gaps between Business English taught and workplace requirements in China, halaman 151-154
  37. More than music to our ears: the value of the phonological interface in a comprehensive understanding of vocabulary acquisition and knowledge, halaman 155-157
  38. Bilingual acquisition of opaque structures in Welsh: the case of the Welsh answering system, halaman 159-161
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  40. Politeness in British Sign Language: the effects of language contact, halaman 167-170
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  42. Common ground between minority and majority languages: The case of identity, halaman 175-179
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  44. Creating spaces for language learning despite institutional conditions: research with English and Urdu teachers in two higher education contexts in Pakistan, halaman 187-189
  45. Building and threatening trust in medical consultations, halaman 191-193
  46. Teaching L1 Spanish Speakers to Write Formal Requests in English: Some Aspects to Consider, halaman 195-197
  47. Syria secondary school EFL teachers’ instructional practices and the interactional patterns, halaman 199-204
  48. Word form variation matters more than frequency of exposure in incidental vocabulary acquisition, halaman 205-207
  49. Construction of Identity in a Successful Language Learner, halaman 209-211
  50. The Impact of Short-Term Study Abroad Experiences on Japanese University English Learners’ Communicative Competence: Learner Perception, halaman 213-218
  51. Short-term ESL study abroad: Are Japanese students “more pleasant” to talk to after the programme?, halaman 219-224
  52. The Theory and Practice of Self-Access Language Learning: Redefining Learner Autonomy in the Japanese Context, halaman 225-228
  53. Utilizing the Hybrid Intercultural Language Learning Environment, halaman 229-232
  54. Advancing L2 listening pedagogy: Processbased Listening Instruction, halaman 233-236
  55. Facilitation Effects of Text Repetition on EFL Reading Comprehension Depend on the Hierarchical Structure of the Text, halaman 237-240
  56. Lecturer Interviews on Content Teaching in Tertiary English-Medium Degree Programmes, halaman 241-244
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  58. Intermediate Listeners’ Needs for Listening Comprehension in the English as a Foreign Language Context, halaman 249-253
  59. Learner codeswitching: Can it be used as a tool for L2 fluency development?, halaman 255-258
  60. Chinese business students’ participation in case-based small group discussions in British seminars, halaman 259-261
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  63. Chinese Learners’ Vocabulary Learning Strategies and Vocabulary Size, halaman 271-274
  64. A Centering Analysis of a Comparable Learner/Native-speaker Corpus, halaman 275-279

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