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The Book aims at introducing the Language Teacher in general and the teacher of English in particular to the field of Linguistics that should necessarily form the basis of his own understanding of what language is and of his Classroom practice generating from this knowledge. An understanding of the Nature of English as a language as such because essential for the teacher as he begins evolving adequate classroom methodology, Teaching techniques as well as the Large variety of learning experiences that go into the making of what we call effective teaching. His own treatment of the classroom situations largely depends on these linguistic specifications that are provided to him by the linguist. Contents, Introduction I. The Nature of Language 1. Language as a Structured System 2. Language is for Communication 3. Language is symbolic 4. The Vocal Characteristics of Language 5. The Arbitrariness of Language 6. Language is Changing 7. Language is Culture-based 8. The Creative Nature of Language 9. The Uniqueness of Language 10. A Few other Characteristics II. THE STRUCTURE OF English LANGUAGE 1. The Phonology of English 2. An Outline of English Phonetics 3. The Morphology of English 4. English Syntax 5. The Semantics of English III. LANGUAGE, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY 1. Language and the Individual 2. Sociological Basis of Language 3. Dialect Diversity in Languages 4. Idiolect, Registers and Language IV. Linguistics AND RELATED DISCIPLINES 1. Linguistics and Literature 2. Linguistics and Philosophy 3. Linguistics and Sociology 4. Linguistics and Physics 5. Lingusitics and Biology V. APPLIED LINGUISTICS 1. Psycholinguistics 2. Sociolinguistics 3. Biolinguistics 4. Stylistics 5. Metalinguistics 6. Mathematical Linguistics 7. Teaching Foreign Languages VI. SUB-DISCIPLINES IN LINGUISTICS 1. Methodological Approaches to the Study of Language 2. Historical Language 3. Descriptive Linguistics 4. Contrastive Linguistics VII. THE GRAMMAR, USAGE AND USE OF LANGUAGE 1. Vertical and Horizontal Dimensions 2. The Grammar of Language 3. The Level of Usage in Language 4. The Level of Use in Language 5. Universals and Differentials VIII. THE PHONOLOGY OF LANGUGE 1. The Phonological Component 2. Behavioural Features of Phonology 3. Structural Features of Phnology-I 4. Structural Features of Phonology-II 5. Description of the Phonology of Language IX. THE MORPHOLOGY OF LANGUAGE 1. Morphology and Grammar 2. Lexical Morphology 3. Inflexional Morphology : Noun Inflections 4. Inflextional Morphology : Verb Inflections 5. Derivational Morphology : Noun Derivations 6. Derivational Morphology : Verb Derivations X. MORPHOLOGY AND SUPRASEGMENTAL FEATURES 1. The Notion of Morphonology 2. Morphonology and the Phonological Component 3. Constituent and Phonemic Stress 4. Constituent and Phonemic Intonation 5. Semantic Features of Morphonology XI. THE SYNTAX OF LANGUAGE 1. The Syntactic Component of Language 2. Generative Features of Syntax 3. Deep Level Syntax 4. Aspects of Tansformations 5. Surface Level Syntax XII. SEMANTICS 1. The Semantic Component of Language 2. Semantic Universals and Differentials 3. Conceptual Elements as Meaning Units 4. Concepts as Meaning Units 5. Conceptual Organisation and Semantic Representation Printed Pages: 248. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 56802
Titel: Linguistics for the Teacher
Verlag: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
Buchbeschreibung United States Information Agency, Washington, D.C., 1985. Buchzustand: COME NUOVO. cm.17,5x25, pp.(10),266, Washington, D.C., United States Information Agency 1985, cm.17,5x25, pp.(10),266, br., cop.fig. a colori. (firma di appartenenza in testa al frontespizio.) br., cop.fig. a colori. (firma di appartenenza in testa al frontespizio.). Artikel-Nr. 217543