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Longman Advanced American Dictionary

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Publisher: Longman
ISBN: 9781405829526
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The Longman Advanced American Dictionary, with Longman Academic e-Tutir CD-ROM, helps students to learn more independently and effectively and so achieve academic success.

102 Content Strategies For English Language Learners

Author: Jodi Reiss
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780132218191
Size: 55.93 MB
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Using a firm foundation of second language acquisition theories and principles, offers 102 practical instructional and assessment strategies for teachers to incorporate into their daily classroom instruction.

120 Content Strategies For English Language Learners

Author: Jodi Reiss
Publisher: Prentice Hall
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Provides 120 easy-to-follow strategies that examines different aspects of teaching ELL secondary students from building background knowledge to assessing learning. Explores methods of presenting basic information about types of tests, demonstrates test-taking skills, and discusses the use of accommodations. Each chapter contains a summary and discussion questions.

Creating Robust Vocabulary

Author: Isabel L. Beck
Publisher: Guilford Publications
ISBN: 1593857543
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The authors provide tools, tips, and examples for teaching vocabulary in this complementary companion to Bringing words to life.

The Grammar Guide

Author: Nancy M. Ackles
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ISBN: 9780472088829
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The Grammar Guide was written for bilingual and second language English students (including Generation 1.5) who already know a lot of English but who may not have studied a lot of grammar and haven't felt confident in a grammar class. This is an advanced textbook of grammar that explains some of the more difficult but important aspects of grammar that will help students in colleges and universities succeed in their academic work. Among the grammar points taught are modals, tenses, passive voice, articles, subject-verb agreement, modifiers and comparisons, gerunds and infinitives, adverb clauses, adjective clauses, the subjunctive, conditionals, and participial phrases. The Grammar Guide also: develops writing skills, through a focus on grammar and vocabulary increases academic vocabulary using the 800+ words that most frequently appear in academic writing, the Academic Word List stresses collocations, word parts and forms.

The Perfect Learners Dictionary

Author: Thomas Herbst
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110947021
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This volume undertakes a detailed analysis of the latest generation of learners' dictionaries of English. It assembles the papers delivered at the eponymous symposium held at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg in April 1997. There are a number of reasons why these dictionaries are of special lexicographic interest: 1. the type of learners' dictionary associated notably with the name of Hornby can look back on a long tradition in British lexicography; 2. competition between various publishers since the late 70s has given crucial impetus to the development of these dictionaries; 3. these new dictionaries are decisively marked by the evaluation of large-scale computer corpora. Central to the volume is the in-depth comparison of four dictionaries published in 1995: OALD5, LDOCE3, COBUILD2, CIDE. The aim is to exemplify specific differences of approach in the four dictionaries from a wide range of viewpoints (definitions, information on valency and collocations, policy on usage examples, political correctness, etc.). A number of articles also enlarge on the history of learners' dictionaries of English, the significance of corpus linguistics for lexicography, and perspectives for the future, notably in connection with the electronic media.

Cultures Ideologies And The Dictionary

Author: Braj B. Kachru
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110957078
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A pioneering volume addressing issues related to cultures, ideologies, and the dictionary. A cross-cultural and cross-linguistic study with focus on selected Western and non-Western languages. A number of in-depth case studies illustrates the dominant role ideology and other types of bias play in the making of a dictionary. The volume includes invited papers of 40 internationally recognized scholars.