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Describing and Explaining Grammar and Vocabulary in ELT
Key Theories and Effective Practices
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Contents Preface Chapter 1 Language Description: Purview, Importance, and Principles 1.1 Introduction 1.2 The purview of language description 1.3 The importance of language description 1.4 Principles for language description Part I: Foundations: Key theories and approaches to language description Chapter 2. . Prescriptive, Structural, and Generative Linguistics 2.1 Prescriptivism 2.2 Structuralism 2.3 Generativism Chapter 3. Sociolinguistics and Systemic Functional Linguistics 3.1 Sociolinguistics: An overview of Communicative Competence and Speech 3.2 Systemic functional linguistics: An overview 3.3 The impacts of sociolinguistics and SFL on language teaching Chapter 4. . . Cognitive Linguistics 4.1 Theoretical underpinnings and important basic concepts 4.2 Cognitive Linguistics-inspired language description Chapter 5. . . Corpus Linguistics 5.1 Overview 5.2 Significant contributions of corpus linguistics to the study of language 5.3 Impact of corpus linguistics on language teaching Part II: Putting Theory to Practice: Striving for Enhanced Language Description and Explanation Chapter 6. . . Vocabulary Description: Basics, Parts of Speech, and Other Challenging Issues 6.1 What information should be covered in teaching a word? 6.2 Describing/teaching spelling, pronunciation, and morphological rules 6.3 Defining/teaching parts of speech 6.4 Collocations/semantics/register: Other key issues to be addressed 6.5 Explaining/teaching challenging issues with new insights Chapter 7. . . Sentence Structure Description: Basics, Verb Structure/ Subcategorization, and Other Challenging Structural Issues 7.1 Sentence structural analysis: Tasks and processes 7.2 Established practices for describing/analyzing sentence structures 7.3 Explaining/teaching challenging issues with new insight Chapter 8. . . Tense and Aspect 8.1 English tense and aspect system: An overview 8.2 Established useful practices for describing/teaching prepositions 8.3 Explaining/teaching challenging issues with new insights Chapter 9. . . Articles 9.1 The English article system: An overview 9.2 Established useful practices in describing/teaching English articles 9.3 Explaining/teaching challenging issues with new insights Chapter 10. . Prepositions, Prepositional Adjectives/Adverbs, and Particles 10.1 Overview: Basic information, importance, and difficulties 10.2 Established useful practices for describing and teaching prepositions 10.3 Explaining/teaching challenging issues with new insights Chapter 11. . Structural Alternation: English Object Placement, Subject/Object Deletion, and the Passive voice 11.1 Explaining/teaching object placement with new insights 11.2 Explaining/teaching subject/ob