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Family language policy: Core issues of an emerging field
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Ronald Walton, cutting-edge scholars interrelate two normally separate domains: the formation of language policy and the improvement of language teaching. And Michael Long, Ross Steele, Ralph Ginsberg and Laura Miller are concerned with specific pedagogical issues: task-based language teaching, the role of culture in language instruction, and what is learned during study abroad.
Language Policy and Conflict Prevention | brill
These articles stand both as definitive statements on their individual topics and, taken together, as a fresh amalgamation of policy and pedagogy. Language Learning and Intercultural Competence.
Acquired Culture in the Japanese Language Classroom. What Do They Do? Elaine W.
Vine in Discourse and Society Furthermore, readers will be able to see the connections between policies and practice that A. We are conscious of the excessive domination of English as a world language — but also aware of its role as a convenient lingua franca for large numbers of readers.
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