Exploring Spoken English Learner Language Using Corpora - Learner Talk
von: Eric Friginal, Joseph J. Lee, Brittany Polat, Audrey Roberson
Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
, 300 Seiten
Preis: 103,52 EUR
This book presents a corpus-based study of spoken learner language produced by university-level ESL students in the classroom. Using contemporary theories as a guide and employing cutting-edge corpus analysis tools and methods, the authors analyse a variety of learner speech to offer many new insights into the nature and characteristics of the spoken language of college ESL learners. Focusing on types of speech that are rarely examined, this original work makes a significant contribution to the study and understanding of ESL spoken language at university level. It will appeal to students and scholars of applied linguistics, corpus linguistics, second language acquisition and discourse analysis.
Eric Friginal is Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics and Director of International Programs at Georgia State University, USA. His research specialisms include applied corpus linguistics, sociolinguistics, bilingual education and cross-cultural communication.
Joseph J. Lee is Assistant Director of the English Language Improvement Program and Director of the ELIP Center for Academic Communication in the Department of Linguistics, Ohio University, USA.
Brittany Polat is an independent Applied Linguistics and ESL researcher based in Lakeland, Florida, USA.
Audrey Roberson is Assistant Professor of Education at the Hobart and William Smith Colleges, New York, USA.