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Handbook Of Arabic Literacy

Author: Elinor Saiegh-Haddad
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401785457
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This book provides a synopsis of recently published empirical research into the acquisition of reading and writing in Arabic. Its particular focus is on the interplay between the linguistic and orthographic structure of Arabic and the development of reading and writing/spelling. In addition, the book addresses the socio-cultural, political and educational milieu in which Arabic literacy is embedded. It enables readers to appreciate both the implications of empirical research to literacy enhancement and the challenges and limitations to the applicability of such insights in the Arabic language and literacy context. The book will advance the understanding of the full context of literacy acquisition in Arabic with the very many factors (religious, historical, linguistic etc.) that interact and will hence contribute to weakening the anglocentricity that dominates discussions of this topic.

Al Arabiyya

Author: Mohammad T. Alhawary
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
ISBN: 1626165173
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Al-'Arabiyya is the annual journal of the American Association of Teachers of Arabic and serves scholars in the United States and abroad. Al-cArabiyya includes scholarly articles and reviews that advance the study, research, and teaching of Arabic language, linguistics, literature, and pedagogy.

Learning To Read Across Languages And Writing Systems

Author: Ludo Verhoeven
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108210457
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Around the world, children embark on learning to read in their home language or writing system. But does their specific language, and how it is written, make a difference to how they learn? How is learning to read English similar to or different from learning in other languages? Is reading alphabetic writing a different challenge from reading syllabic or logographic writing? Learning to Read across Languages and Writing Systems examines these questions across seventeen languages representing the world's different major writing systems. Each chapter highlights the key features of a specific language, exploring research on learning to read, spell, and comprehend it, and on implications for education. The editors' introduction describes the global spread of reading and provides a theoretical framework, including operating principles for learning to read. The editors' final chapter draws conclusions about cross-linguistic universal trends, and the challenges posed by specific languages and writing systems.

The Routledge Handbook Of Multilingualism

Author: Marilyn Martin-Jones
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0415496470
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The Routledge Handbook of Multilingualism provides a comprehensive survey of the field of multilingualism for a global readership, and an overview of the research which situates multilingualism in its social, cultural and political context. The handbook includes an introduction and five sections with thirty two chapters by leading international contributors. The introduction charts the changing landscape of social and ethnographic research on multilingualism (theory, methods and research sites) and it foregrounds key contemporary debates. Chapters are structured around sub-headings such as: early developments, key issues related to theory and method, new research directions. This handbook offers an authoritative guide to shifts over time in thinking about multilingualism as well as providing an overview of the range of contemporary themes, debates and research sites. The Routledge Handbook of Multilingualism is the ideal resource for postgraduate students of multilingualism, as well as those studying education and anthropology.

Arabisch F R Dummies

Author: Amine Bouchentouf
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 352770521X
Size: 78.91 MB
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"Arabisch fr Dummies" bietet einen leichten Einstieg in die arabische Sprache. Los geht's mit einer Einfhrung in die Besonderheiten der arabischen Sprache, in die Betonung sowie in die Grammatik. Dann wird es auch schon praktisch: Jedes Kapitel beschftigt sich mit einer Alltagssituation: Sie lernen, wie Sie sich auf Arabisch vorstellen, etwas beschreiben, telefonieren oder ein Hotelzimmer reservieren. Dabei lernen Sie die wichtigsten Stze, Umschreibungen und Begriffe und bekommen nebenbei viele Informationen zum Alltag und zur Kultur im Orient. Am Ende jedes Kapitels gibt es eine kleine bung, mit der Sie Ihre erworbenen Sprachkenntnisse prfen knnen. Im Anhang des Buches finden Sie Verb-Tabellen und ein kleines Arabisch-Deutsch-/Deutsch-Arabisch-Wrterbuch. Auf der beiliegenden CD gibt es die Sprachbungen aus dem Buch zum Anhren und Nachsprechen.

Sprache Und Politik

Author: Noam Chomsky
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783865721235
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Noam Chomsky, der weltbekannte Sprachtheoretiker und streitbare Gesellschaftskritiker wurde am 7. Dezember 1998 siebzig Jahre alt. Zu diesem Anlass hat der Philo Verlag einen Gratulationsband herausgebracht, der das Spannungsfeld von Chomskys Denken zwischen Sprache und Politik anhand seiner eigenen Arbeiten ausloten will. Der Band umfast exemplarische und bisher nicht übersetzte Arbeiten Chomskys von Ende der 60er Jahre bis heute (u.a. den berühmten Aufsatz "Some tasks for the left" von 1969). Damit wird die Vielfalt und der Antrieb seines Denkens auch all jenen zugänglich gemacht, die den Linguisten, aber nicht den politischen Philosophen, den libertären Sozialisten, aber nicht den scharfsinnigen Analytiker abendländischer Staatsmacht kennen. Der Autor: Noam Chomsky, geb. 1928; Professor für Linguistik und Philosophie am Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Begründer der generativen Transformationsgrammatik. Neben sprachwissenschaftlichen Problemen setzt sich Chomsky immer wieder kritisch mit aktuellen wirtschafts- und medienpolitischen Fragestellungen auseinander. 1998 erschien von Noam Chomsky bei Philo "Haben und Nichthaben"