Scientific and humanistic dimensions of language : Festschrift for Robert Lado on the occasion of his 70th birthday on May 31, 1985

edited by Kurt R. Jankowsky

[目次]

  • 1. Foreword, pVII
  • 2. Introduction, pIX
  • 3. Contents, pXIII
  • 4. Tabula Gratulatoria, pXIX
  • 5. Biographical Notes, pXXXIII
  • 6. Publications of Robert Lado, pXXXIX
  • 7. I. Language Teaching
  • 8. 'Errors' and the Teaching of English (by Afolayan, Adebisi), p3
  • 9. Educated Spoken Arabic: A Problem in Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language (by Badawi, ElSaid M.), p15
  • 10. Case Grammar Applied to the Teaching of English (by Cook, Walter A.), p23
  • 11. The Lado Legacy: Empathy in Applying Linguistics (by DiPietro, Robert J.), p33
  • 12. The Teacher's Role as Organizer of Classroom Activities: Thoughts in Appreciation of Robert Lado (by Finocchiaro, Mary), p43
  • 13. Lado's Influence in Brazil (by Gomes de Matos, Francisco), p55
  • 14. On the Use of 'Valence' in Foreign Language Teaching (by Moulton, William G.), p63
  • 15. The Teaching of French in India: Past and Present (by Sohoni, Y.K.), p73
  • 16. Teaching Language for Communication in Taiwan (by Sprenger, Arnold), p85
  • 17. Patterns in the Organization of Teacher Training (by Strevens, Peter), p95
  • 18. Memory and the Language Laboratory (by Troike, Rudolph C.), p105
  • 19. II. Bilingualism
  • 20. Linguistics and Bilingual Education (by Alatis, James E.), p115
  • 21. The Uses of Adversity are Sweet: The Cubans and the Rebirth of Bilingual Education in the United States (by Inclan, Rosa G.), p123
  • 22. III. Language Testing
  • 23. In the Beginning was Lado. The European Certificate Program: Origins and Development of Language Tests in Adult Education 1965-1985 (by Freudenstein, Reinhold), p137
  • 24. Testing, Standards, and the Curriculum: Through the Backdoor (by Thompson, Richard T.), p149
  • 25. IV. Contrastive Analysis: Linguistic and Cultural
  • 26. Translation Across Cultures: Some Problems with Terminologies (by Bugarski, Ranko), p159
  • 27. Language Teaching for Inter-Cultural Communication: What Goals for Whom? (by Clyne, Michael), p165
  • 28. Comparing Apologies Across Languages (by Cohen, Andrew D.), p175
  • 29. Contrastive Analysis, Modistae, and Case Grammar (by Dinneen, Francis P.), p185
  • 30. Contrastive Analysis: A Linguistic Hypothesis (by Ferguson, Charles A.), p199
  • 31. Robert Lado and Contrastive Linguistics (by Fisiak, Jacek), p209
  • 32. From the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis to Cultural Semiotics: Some Considerations on the 'Language-Culture Problem' (by Ikegami, Yoshihiko), p215
  • 33. Application of Contrastive Procedures to Gothic (by Lehmann, Winfred P.), p223
  • 34. Translation Across Languages or Across Cultures? (by Neubert, Albrecht), p231
  • 35. A Comparison of the Phonemic Systems of Spanish and Tagalog (by Quilis Morales, Antonio), p241
  • 36. Language Processes in Contrast: Contrastive Analysis Revisited (by Sajavaara, Kari), p253
  • 37. V. Language Acquisition and Performance
  • 38. Several Languages - One Competence? (by Glinz, Hans), p263
  • 39. Learning from Learners: Second Language Acquisition Processes (by Kessler, Carolyn), p277
  • 40. Linguistic and Communicative competence and Conversational performance in English as a Second Language (by Politzer, Robert L.), p291
  • 41. The Fifth Skill (by Rohrer, Josef), p303
  • 42. Visual and Auditory Orientations to Language learning (by Stokoe, William C.), p315
  • 43. The Four Basic Language Skills: Myth or Reality? (by Titone, Renzo), p321
  • 44. Relevance of the Concept of Linguistic Competence to Foreign Language Learning and Acquisition (by Wigdorsky, Leopoldo), p329
  • 45. VI. Language, Thought, and Meaning
  • 46. Some Aspects of Referential Clustering and Lexical Meaning (by Anthony, Edward M.), p345
  • 47. Meaning and the Idiolect: The Idioseme (by Hall, Jr., Robert A.), p353
  • 48. On the Interrelation of Language and Thought (by Jankowsky, Kurt R.), p361
  • 49. Leibniz as a Linguist (by Mueller, Hugo J.), p375
  • 50. Thought Without Language (by Wells, Rulon S.), p387
  • 51. VII. Linguistic and Literary Analysis
  • 52. The Language of the Age (by Crystal, David), p399
  • 53. Phonemics Thirty Years After (by Hill, Archibald A.), p409
  • 54. Notes on the Treatment of Syntax in the Grammatical Tradition (by Hoenigswald, Henry M.), p415
  • 55. The Rhythm of English Sentences (by Kreidler, Charles W.), p421
  • 56. The Influence of the Lexicon and Semantic Content in the Perception of English Phonemes (by Lobo, Felix), p433
  • 57. Static, Dynamic, and Relational Perspectives Suggested in Words and Phrases (by Pike, Kenneth L.), p447
  • 58. Intonation and Topic in Portuguese (by Rameh, Clea), p453
  • 59. A Linguistic Appreciation of a Poem by A. E. Housman (by Robins, Robert H.), p465
  • 60. A Comparison of Oral and Written Language Functions (by Shuy, Roger W.), p471
  • 61. VIII. Lexical and Terminological Studies
  • 62. Lexical Patterns in a Text and Interpretation (by Fries, Peter H.), p483
  • 63. Nahuatlisms in Mexican Spanish (by Blanch, Juan M. Lope), p491
  • 64. A Sociosemiotic Approach to Lexicography (by Nida, Eugene A.), p497
  • 65. On the Origin of the Term 'Psycholinguistics' (by Slama-Cazacu, Tatiana), p505
  • 66. Semantic Periodicity (by Zarechnak, Michael), p515
  • 67. IX. Language Policy and Language Planning
  • 68. Tesol: The Australian Experience (by Australian Department of Education and Youth Affairs), p531
  • 69. Second Language Teaching and Learning in Cameroon Today and Tomorrow (by Chia, Emmanuel N.), p539
  • 70. The Societal Basis of the Intergenerational Continuity of Additional Languages (by Fishman, Joshua A.), p551
  • 71. Language and Development (by Fox, Melvin J.), p559
  • 72. Lexicography and Language Planning (by Haugen, Einar), p571
  • 73. The Filipino People and English (by Sibayan, Bonifacio P.), p581
  • 74. A Research Agenda for the Profession: Issues and Priorities (by Tucker, G. Richard), p595
  • 75. The Role of New Guinea Pidgin (TOK PISIN) in the Changing Culture of Papua New Guinea (by Wurm, Stephen A.), p605

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書名 Scientific and humanistic dimensions of language : Festschrift for Robert Lado on the occasion of his 70th birthday on May 31, 1985
著作者等 Jankowsky, Kurt R.
Lado, Robert
出版元 J. Benjamins Pub. Co.
刊行年月 1985
ページ数 lii, 614 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 9027220131
NCID BA00237535
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ
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