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Corpus Linguistics for English Teachers
Tools, Online Resources, and Classroom Activities
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"This is an excellent volume overall, and provides a valuable resource for both novice and experi-enced English language teachers as well as graduate students in applied linguistics." - Lynne Flowerdew, Birkbeck College, University of London, TESOL Quarterly
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Eric Friginal is Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics at the Department of Applied Linguistics and ESL, and Director of International Programs, College of Arts and Sciences, Georgia State University.
Part A Corpus Linguistics for English Teachers: Overview, Definitions, and Scope A1. Corpus Linguistic for English Teachers: An Introduction A1.1. Corpus Linguistic and Pedagogy A1.2. What is a Corpus? A1.3. So, what is Corpus Linguistics? A1.4. Corpora: Types and Descriptions A1.5. Historical Overview of Corpus Linguistics A1.6. How to Use this Book A1.7. CL Limitations and Future Directions A2. Connections: CL and Instructional Technology, CALL, and Data-Driven Learning A2.1. CL and Instructional Technology A2.2. CL and Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) A2.3. CL and Data-Driven Learning (DDL) A3. Analyzing and Visualizing English Using Corpora A3.1. Linguistic Analysis of Corpora A3.2. CL and Visualization of Linguistic Data Part B Tools, Corpora, and Online Resources B1. Corpora and Online Databases B1.1. Written Learner Corpora B1.2. Spoken Learner Corpora B1.3. Spoken-Written Academic Corpora B1.4. Varieties of English B1.5. Online Collections B2. Collecting Your Own (Teaching) Corpus B2.1. Corpus Collection Process B2.2. Collecting Written Texts B2.3. Collecting Spoken Texts B3. Corpus Tools, Online Resources, and an Annotated Bibliography of Recent Studies B3.1. Online Directories, Facebook Groups, and MOOCs B3.2. Corpus Annotation and Mark-Up: Taggers/Parsers B3.3. Other CL Tools (and where to find them) Online B3.4. Annotated Bibliography of CL Studies Part C Corpus-Based Lessons and Activities in the Classroom C1. Developing CL-Based Lessons and Activities: An Introduction C1.1. CL for an EAP Course: A Case Study C2. CL and Vocabulary Instruction C2.1. Identifying and Analyzing Vocabulary from Authentic Materials in an ESP Class C2.2. Using a Concordancer for Vocabulary Learning with Pre-Intermediate EFL Students C2.3. Implementing the Frequency-Based VocabProfile Tool from LexTutor C3. CL and Grammar Instruction C3.1. Analyzing Verb Usage: A Concodancing Homework C3.2. Developing Corpus-Based Materials: Past or Past Progressive with Telicity C3.3. Quantifiers in Spoken and Academic Registers C3.4. Teaching Linking Adverbials in an English for (Legal) Specific Purposes Course C3.5. AntConc Lesson on Transitions for an Intermediate Writing Class C3.6. "The Explorer's Journal:" A Long-Term, Corpus Exploration Project for ELLs C4. CL and Teaching Spoken/Written Discourse C4.1. Using COCA to Answer the Question on Everyone's Lips C4.2. Using Text Lex Compare to Examine the Language of Political Speeches C4.3. An Eight-Week Corpus-Based Writing Course for Academic Professionals C4.4. Incorporating a Corpus-Based Text Visualization Program in the Writing Classroom