The Modern Language Quarterly

Author: H. F. Heath
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Modern Language Quarterly

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The Modern Language Quarterly

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The Modern Language Quarterly

Author: Modern Language Association (Great Britain)
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French For Communication 1979 1990

Author: Roy Dunning
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
ISBN: 9781853592232
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This book deals with the theoretical and practical background to the development of a communicative language-teaching project in Leicestershire, engaging two examination boards, LEAs, teachers, advisers and researchers at the University of Leicester School of Education. The project developed three levels of graded objectives and a MEG mode 3 GCSE examination in French.

Journal Of Education

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A Guide To Foreign Language Courses And Dictionaries

Author: Albert John Walford
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The A M A

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Babel

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The Languages Of Nation

Author: Carol Percy
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
ISBN: 1847697801
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This collection brings together research on linguistic prescriptivism and social identities, in specific contemporary and historical contexts of cross-cultural contact and awareness. Providing multilingual and multidisciplinary perspectives from language studies, lexicography, literature, and cultural studies, our contributors relate language norms to frameworks of identity beyond monolingual citizenship - nativeness, ethnicity, politics, religion, empire. Some chapters focus on traditional instruments of prescriptivism: language academies in Europe; government language planners in southeast Asia; dictionaries and grammars from Early Modern and imperial Britain, republican America, the postcolonial Caribbean, and modern Germany. Other chapters consider the roles of scholars in prescriptivism, as well as the more informal and populist mechanisms of enforcement expressed in newspapers. With a thematic introduction articulating links between its breadth of perspectives, this accessible book should engage everyone concerned with language norms.