Applied Linguistics Approaches - Language Learning and Language Use

Applied Linguistics Approaches - Language Learning and Language Use

Saskia Kersten, Christian Ludwig, Dorothee Meer, Bernd Rüschoff (Hg.) (2012):
Applied Linguistics Approaches - Language Learning and Language Use
Papers Selected from the Junior Research Meeting – Essen 2011

Seiten: 216
Buch: 49,90
ISBN:978-3-942158-28-2
E-Book: 44,90 €
ISBN:978-3-942158-29-9

This publication is based on presentations given at the 3rd Junior Research Meeting of Applied Linguistics in Essen. The articles were reviewed and selected by the editors and a multinational review team. This collection of papers represents the field of applied linguistics in all its breadth, both in terms of the fields, topics, and issues discussed, and the research methodology used aspects of language in use. It is an indispensable resource for anyone who would like to gain insight into applied linguistics research by junior researchers in Europe.

 

Contents

Saskia Kersten, Christian Ludwig, Dorothee Meer, Bernd Rüschoff
Language Learning and Language Use – Applied Linguistics Approaches

Verena Wecker
Theoretische Überlegungen zu Pluralbildungen von Grundschulkindern mit Deutsch als Zweitsprache

Jana Gamper
„Der Junge zeigt den Polizist die Zunge“ – Kasusmarkierungen in Texten türkisch- und russischsprachiger DaZ-Lerner

Ad Backus, Dorina Veldhuis
More than frequency: Multiword combinations in pre-literate children’s language segmentation

Margit Hempel
Bridging the Gap: Hinführung vom imitativ-reproduktiven Sprechen zu konstruierendem und interaktivem Sprechen beim Übergang von der Primarstufe in die Sekundarstufe

Katharina König
Indirekte Formulierung in narrativen Interviews

Juliane Mroz
Verwendung von Anglizismen und Kurzwörtern aus Internetfachsprache und Internetslang

Anna Tkachenko
„ich bin ein stolzer mixer zwischen Russe und Deutscher“: Versprachlichungsstrategien russischer Migranten im Chat

Emilie Magnat
A multi-sensory approach to the learning of English L2

Jelena Danilović, Ivana Zorica, Branimir Jeremić
Serbian, English and German in Interaction: A Study of Cognates and German L3 Learners in Serbia

Dominik Rumlich
The effects of CLIL: Students’ linguistic accuracy in relation to internal and external learner variables

Déogratias Nizonkiza
Relationship between lexical competence, collocational competence, and second language proficiency: The case of Belgian English majors

Verena Möller
Does Immersion Make a Difference? Compiling Annotated Corpora to Investigate the Use of the English Passive

Annelien De Geest
Freshman year: a discrepancy between social and academic well-being

Andrea Hunziker Heeb
The problem-solving processes of experienced and non-experienced translators

Gregor Geiermann, Friederike Sell, Katharina Weber
“How to greet a professor?”: Identifying emerging email etiquette in professor-student communication

Almut Schön
Ärzte und Patienten im Gespräch: L2-L1-Kommunikation im beruflichen Diskurs

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