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BukuOpening New Lines of Communication in Applied Linguistics: Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics, Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt University, 5-7 September 2013
Author: O’Rourke, Bernadette (Editor); Bermingham, Nicola (Editor); Brennan, Sara
Topik: Applied linguistics; Linguistics; Applied Linguistics
Bahasa: (EN )    
Penerbit: British Association for Applied Linguistics     Tempat Terbit: London    Tahun Terbit: 2013    
Jenis: Proceeding
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    • Nomor Panggil: 406 BAA 46
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    • Tandon: 1
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  1. Towards A New Process Approach to Rate Test Format Difficulty, halaman 3-16
  2. Vocabulary Attrition and Retention among Arabic speaking English Graduate Teachers, halaman 17-28
  3. The Communication of Gratitude in Jordan and England: A Comparative Cross- Cultural Pragmatic Study, halaman 29-40
  4. Of Anoraks and Oysters: Metaphors of Social Communication in the Historical Thesaurus, halaman 41-52
  5. Healthy Communication: the discourse of research and practitioners in health care, halaman 53-62
  6. When Language Issues Strike One’s Alma Mater: Responding to Language Regression and the Campus Community’s Resulting Linguistic Tension, halaman 63-76
  7. Low proficiency students’ motivation to learn English in the Thai tertiary context, halaman 77-82
  8. Negotiating understanding and agreement in masters supervision meetings with international students – okay?, halaman 83-90
  9. Academic Writing in L1 and FL, halaman 91-102
  10. Parental factors and young leaners’ motivation to learn English, halaman 103-114
  11. TEPhL – Teaching English as a Phraseological Language: Changing learner and teacher perception of ‘words’, halaman 115-125
  12. Complementary Schools in the Global Age: Tackling the Diversification of Students’ Background, halaman 127-132
  13. Interactions between identity negotiation and language learning: learning Chinese as a heritage language in the ancestral homeland, halaman 133-140
  14. Views of professionalism in higher education teaching: modern languages compared with other disciplines, halaman 141-150
  15. Whose Genre Awareness? The Case of Medical Titles, halaman 151-159
  16. Language and affect in digital media: Articulations of grief in online spaces for mourning, halaman 161-169
  17. When the power of language becomes unjust – some issues facing mainstream education in Vietnam, halaman 171-182
  18. Effects of Task on Attention to Unknown Word Processing in Second Language Reading, halaman 183-193
  19. Immediate or delayed effect of context: Japanese learners' vocabulary learning using translation, halaman 195-198
  20. Assessing the Impact of Graded Readers on Non-English Majors’ EFL Learning Motivation, halaman 199-210
  21. A Contrastive and Acoustic Analysis of Japanese EFL Learners’ Pronunciation of English Consonants, halaman 211-218
  22. Early English Language Learning in Cyprus: Parental Perceptions of Identity and Intelligibility, halaman 219-229
  23. Effects of Reading Goal and L2 Reading Proficiency on Narrative Comprehension: Evidence from a Recall Task, halaman 231-236
  24. “Sorry! ????,??????...”: An Investigation of the Use of ??? (Sorry) and ???? (Excuse me) and Strategies of Apology among Businessmen, halaman 237-252
  25. Language and Tourism in Sabah, Malaysia and Edinburgh, Scotland, halaman 253-259
  26. Investigating the empirical validity of Conceptual Metaphor Theory: Corpusbased analysis of the metaphorical uses of time, halaman 261-267
  27. Coarticulation effect on L1-Mandarin speakers’ perception of English /s/-/z/, halaman 269-284
  28. Triple Literacy: benefit or befuddlement? A study of the experiences of trainee language teachers in a Welsh language context, halaman 285-293
  29. Will Classroom Code-Switching be a Solution for Transition of Medium of Instruction? (A Case Study of a Malaysian Classroom), halaman 295-305
  30. A Fresh Approach to Teaching Lexical Phrases and Collocations, halaman 307-317
  31. The Influence of a Self-Assessment and Co-Assessment task in Written Production in a CLIL Science classroom, halaman 319-324
  32. A Parallel Corpus Approach to Japanese Learners’ Causality in Argumentative Writing, halaman 325-335
  33. Exploring social patterns of actions in yes/no questions-responses: From practice of form to real-life consequences, halaman 337-346
  34. Children’s understandings of different writing systems and scripts: Korean written in the Hangul alphabet, and English written in the Roman alphabet, halaman 347-355
  35. Making Sense of Foreign Language Teaching Policy for Japanese Senior High Schools from a Discourse-Ethnographic Critical Perspective, halaman 357-365
  36. EFL Reading Instruction Based on Information Sharing among Multi-purpose Corpus System Users, halaman 367-380
  37. The how and why of co-supervision of PhD students: reported understandings of supervisors and supervisees, halaman 381-392
  38. What do adult L2 learners know about phonology after minimal exposure?, halaman 393-408
  39. English as a global language: where to for pronunciation teaching?, halaman 409-422
  40. Constructing intercultural communication: Task-based English for Medical Purposes in Cuba, halaman 423-433
  41. Greek-Alphabet English: vernacular transliterations of English in social media, halaman 435-445
  42. Language pattern and Judgement, halaman 447-452
  43. Building bridges between content and language: CLIL investigated with a focus on academic language skills, halaman 453-465
  44. Discourse Competence of Japanese Junior High School Students: Their Understanding and Awareness of Coherence, halaman 467-475
  45. Emotional Intelligence and Second/Foreign Language Learning: A Study in Higher Education, halaman 477-487
  46. ‘I have no idea of British humour’: How 39 Chinese students accounted for their incomprehension of humour in British academic lectures, halaman 489-505
  47. Detecting patterns of sequences by coding scheme and transcribed utterance information: An analysis of English and Japanese reactive tokens as non-primary speaker’s role, halaman 505-511
  48. New Lines of Intercultural Business Communication in the ESP Domain. Entrepreneurs’ Oratorical Skills across the Borders, halaman 513-523
  49. Opening New Lines of Communication in Applied Linguistics, halaman 1

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