The Routledge Handbook of English for academic purposes

Autores adicionales: Hyland, Ken -- editor | Shaw, Philip -- 1922- -- editor
Series: Routledge Handbooks in Applied Linguistics Publicado por : Routledge (London) Detalles físicos: xxiii, 645 páginas ISBN:9781138774711. Año : 2016 Lista(s) en las que aparece este ítem: Aprendizaje de idiomas
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Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction -- 2. General and specific EAP / Ken Hyland / Philip Shaw -- 3. Academic literacies: a critical lens on writing and reading in the academy / Ken Hyland -- 4. English as the academic lingua franca / Jackie Tuck / Theresa Lillis -- 5. Composition studies and EAP / Niina Hynninen / Elina Ranta / Anna Mauranen -- 6. EAP, EMI or CLIL/ Soomin Jwa / Christine M. Tardy -- 7. EAP in multilingual English-dominant contexts / John Airey -- 8. EAP at the tertiary level in China: challenges and possibilities / Jean Parkinson -- 9. EAP in Latin America / An Cheng -- 10. Academic reading into writing / Graciela Mercedes Llopis de Segura / Rosinda de Castro Guerra Ramos / Francoise Salager-Meyer -- 11. Language and L2 writing: learning to write and writing to learn in academic contexts / Alan Hirvela -- 12. Dialogic interaction / Rosa M. Manchon -- 13. Listening to lectures / Helen Basturkmen -- 14. Acquiring academic and disciplinary vocabulary / Michael P.H. Rodgers / Stuart Webb -- 15. Systemic functional linguistics and EAP / Averil Coxhead -- 16. Corpus studies in EAP / Susan Hood -- 17. Ethnographic perspectives on English for academic purposes research / Hilary Nesi -- 18. Intertextuality and plagiarism / Brian Paltridge / Sue Stadield -- 19. Genre analysis / Diane Pecorari -- 20. Multimodal approaches to English for academic purposes / Philip Shaw -- 21. Intercultural rhetoric / Kay L. O'Halloran / Sabine Tan / Bradley A. Smith -- 22. Critical perspectives / Estela Ene / Ulla Connor / Ana Traversa -- 23. Undergraduate assignments and essay exams / Christopher J. Macallister -- 24. Lectures / Roger Graves / Stephanie White -- 25. Textbooks / Mercedes Querol-Julian / Belinda Crawford Camiciottoli -- 26. Seminars / Marina Bondi -- 27. PhD adviser and student interactions as a spoken academic genre / Marta Aguilar -- 28. PhD defences and vivas / Beyza Bjorkman -- 29. Genre approaches to theses and dissertations / [Š]pela Me[ž]ek / John M. Swales -- 30. academic poster genre: friend or foe/ Paul Thompson -- 31. Research articles / Larissa D'Angelo -- 32. Interpersonal meaning and audience engagement in academic presentations: a multimodal discourse analysis perspective / Betty Samraj -- 33. Research blogs, wilds, and tweets / Gail Forey / Dezheng Feng -- 34. EAP in school settings / Maria Kuteeva -- 35. Common Core in the United States: a major shift in standards and assessment / Sally Humphrey -- 36. EAP pedagogy in undergraduate contexts / Ann M. Johns -- 37. EAP support for post-graduate students / Janne Morton / Celia Thompson / Neomy Storch -- 38. English for professional academic purposes / Christine B. Feak -- 39. Writing centres and the turn toward multilingual and multiliteracy writing tutoring / Hae Sung Yang / Francisco Javier Barron Serrano / Diane D. Belcher -- 40. EAP management / Magnus Gustafsson / Lisa Ganobcsik-Williams -- 41. EAP teacher development / Andy Gillett -- 42. Needs analysis for curriculum design / Alex Ding / Gemma Campion -- 43. EAP materials and tasks / Ana Bocanegra-Valle -- 44. CALL and electronic media / Fredricka L. Stoller -- 45. Assessment of English for academic purposes / Soobin Yim / Mark Warschauer.

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