Pragmatics & Language Learning, Volume 11

Publication Year:
2006
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Repository URL:
http://hdl.handle.net/10125/56011
ISBN:
9780824831370
Author(s):
Bardovi-Harlig, Kathleen; Félix-Brasdefer, César; Omar, Alwiya
Tags:
Pragmatics; Language and languages; Language Learning; Formulas; Instructional Pragmatics; Instruction; Teaching; Pragmatics pedagogy; Email requests; Delay; Conversation analysis; Second language acquisition; Interactional competence; Explicit instruction; Implicit instruction; Requests; Setting; Discursive pragmatics; Corpus-driven instruction; Refusals; Transfer; Multi-turn speech acts; English language; German language; Kiswahili language; Japanese language; Persian language; Spanish language
book description
This volume of Pragmatics & Language Learning, a refereed series sponsored by the National Foreign Language Resource Center at the University of Hawaiʻi, features cutting-edge research on L2 pragmatics from a wide range of theoretical and methodological approaches. It offers fresh perspectives on standard topics such as the use and learning of speech acts and the pragmatic meanings of linguistic resources, and the effect of planned intervention on pragmatic development in language instruction. The chapters also document researchers' increasing attention to different forms of computer-mediated communication as environments for using and developing L2 pragmatic competence, and of conversation analysis as an approach to different aspects of interaction in a variety of settings.