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Teaching, learning and investigating pragmatics : principles, methods and practices / edited by Sara Gesuato, Francesca Bianchi and Winnie Cheng.

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Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015.
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x, 567 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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Subjects:
Pragmatics -- Congresses.
Contents:
Preface / Sara Gesuato, Francesca Bianchi and Winnie Cheng
Introduction / Francesca Bianchi
Introduction / Francesca Bianchi
Part I: Principles, Methods and Practices in Pragmatics and Pragmatics-Focused Pedagogy: Section 1. Teaching and Learning: Chapter One. Teachers' perceptions of email requests: insights for teaching pragmatics in study abroad contexts / Eva Alcón-Soler
Chapter Two. "Teacher! You need to give me back my homework:" assessing students' needs for a pragmatics curriculum in an academic ESL program / Patricia Frenz-Belkin
Chapter Three. Pragmatic competence, length of residence, amount of contact and intensity of interaction / Zohreh R. Eslami and Soojin Ahn
Chapter Four. Comparing textbooks and TV series as sources of pragmatic input for learners of Italian as a second language: the case of compliments and invitations
Chapter Five. Teaching L2 pragmatics: from an empirical study to recommendations for pedagogical practice / Phyllisienne Gauci
Section 2. Testing and Assessing: Chapter Six. Designing instructional effect studies for L2 pragmatics: a guide for teachers and researchers / Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig
Chapter Seven. "You have no choice:" pragmatic considerations in current language test instruments / Richard Chapman
Chapter Eight. DCTs versus naturally occurring data in the realization of disagreement by non-native speakers of English / Carmen Maíz-Arévalo
Chapter Nine. The use of corpora to identify the pragmatic knowledge associated with different levels of language proficiency / María Luisa Carrió-Pastor and Miguel Casas Gómez
Part II: Principles, Methods and Practices in Specific Areas of Pragmatic Competence: Section 3. Conversation. Chapter Ten. An interaction-focused pedagogy based on conversation analysis for developing L2 pragmatic competence / Anna Filipi and Anne-Marie Barraja-Rohan
Chapter Eleven. Topic management and interactional competence in Spanish L2 conversation / Marta García García
Chapter Twelve. Peer and teacher feedback in improving pragmatic conversation skills / William Collins
Chapter Thirteen. Towards a pedagogical framework to develop the listenership of Japanese EFL/ESL learners / Pino Cutrone
Section 4. Speech Acts. Chapter Fourteen. Criteria for the identification of moves: the case of written offers / Sara Gesuato
Chapter Fifteen. "Thanks a bunch:" cross-cultural comparison of the speech act of thanking / Winnie Cheng and Andy Seto
Chapter Sixteen. The variability of compliment responses: Italian and German data / Marina Castagneto and Miriam Ravetto
Chapter Seventeen. Universality and relativity in cross-cultural pragmatics: requests and apologies in English and Italian / Loredana Pozzuoli
Section 5. Aspects of grammar: Chapter Eighteen. The acquisition of emotional competence in L2 learners of Italian through specific instructional training / Anna De Marco and Emanuela Paone
Chapter Nineteen. Denn, eigentlich, überhaupt: three "pragmatic particles" in German / Marion Weerning
Chapter Twenty. Instructional advantages of a pragmatic account of mood distribution in Spanish complements / Patxi Laskurian-Ibarluzea
Chapter Twenty One. Conversational implicatures in the Croatian EFL classroom / Ana Werkmann Horvat and Ana Kevdeš
Chapter Twenty Two. Some, and possibly all, adults compute scalar implicatures / Yhara M. Formisano
Notes:
Papers from the conference: "Pragmatics on the go: teaching and learning about pragmatics--principles, methods and practices" hosted by the Department of Linguistics and Literary Studies at the University of Padua, Italy from 17 to 20 June, 2013.
Includes bibliogaphic references.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the James Hosmer Penniman Book Fund.
Contributor:
Gesuato, Sara.
Bianchi, Francesca.
Cheng, Winnie.
James Hosmer Penniman Book Fund.
ISBN:
9781443883320
1443883328
1443877190
9781443877190
OCLC:
925440509
Publisher Number:
99964740350