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by John McH. Sinclair

Free eBook How to Use Corpora in Language Teaching (Studies in Corpus Linguistics) download ISBN: 1588114902
Author: John McH. Sinclair
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company (April 29, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 317
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Series: Studies in Corpus Linguistics (Book 12.

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This book is intensely practical, written mainly by a new generation of. . The final section contains a single long essay by Sinclair, entitled Prospects. As these headings indicate, the range of this volume is somewhat broader than a perusal of its title alone might indicate.

The field of corpus linguistics features divergent views about the value of corpus annotation

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Studies in Corpus Linguistics . Introduction by John McHardy Sinclair.

After decades of being overlooked, corpus evidence is becoming an important component of the teaching and learning of languages. Above all, the profession needs guidance in the practicalities of using corpora, interpreting the results and applying them to the problems and opportunities of the classroom. This book is intensely practical, written mainly by a new generation of language teachers who are acknowledged experts in central aspects of the discipline. It offers advice on what to do in the classroom, how to cope with teachers' queries about language, what corpora to use including learner corpora and spoken corpora and how to handle the variability of language; it reports on some current research and explains how the access software is constructed, including an opportunity for the practitioner to write small but useful programs; and it takes a look into the future of corpora in language teaching.