Principle and practice in applied linguistic
Studies in Honour of H. G. Widdowson

Oxford Applied Linguistics Series


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This volume provides a wide-ranging overview of the diverse issues in applied linguistics today. The contributors consider the relation of their own areas of enquiry both to professional practice and to the discipline as a whole.
Acknowledgements. 1. An applied linguist in principle and practice. Guy Cook and Barbara Seidlhofer. 2. Teacher professionalism and research. Christopher Brumfit. 3. The applied linguist and the foreign language teacher: can they talk to each other?. Claire Kramsch. 4. Concept and conduct in language pedagogy. N S Prabhu. 5. Appraising second language acquisition theory in relation to language pedagogy. Rod Ellis. 6. Analysability, accessibility, and ability for use. Peter Skehan. 7. Situational context, variation, and second language acquisition theory. Elaine Tarone and Guo-Qiang Liu. 8. Three functions of output in second language learning. Merrill Swain. 9. Proficiency or the native speaker: what are we trying to achieve in ELT?. Alan Davies. 10. Grammar and lexis in communicative competence. Heikki Nyyssa#246,onen. 11. Cultural meaning and rhetorical styles: toward a framework for Contrastive Rhetoric. Yamuna Kachru. 12. The paralinguistics of reference: representation in reported discourse. George Yule. 13. Grammar in discourse: attitude and deniability. Rob Batstone. 14. Field-guides in strange tongues: a workshop for Henry Widdowson. John M Swales. 15. Explorations in applied linguistics 3: forensic stylistics. Malcolm Coulthard. 16. Corpus evidence for norms of lexical collocation. Michael Stubbs. 17. Corpora in language pedagogy: matching theory and practice. Guy Aston. 18. Transcultural creativity in world Englishes and literary canons. Braj B Kachru. 19. An approach to the teaching and learning of poetry in Nigeria. Joseph O Bisong. 20. Discourse and creativity: bridging the gap between language and literature. Ronald Carter and Michael McCarthy. 21. The impact of the Army Specialized Training Program: a reconsideration. Bernard Spolsky. 22. 'Reading with a suspicious eye': Critical reading in the foreign language classroom. Catherine Wallace. 23. What is this class about? Topic formulation in an L1 reading comprehension classroom. Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes. 24. Discourse analysis and the teaching of listening. Marianne Celce-Murciaalt,br /agt,. Notes on the contributors. Bibliography. Index.