Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH
II semestre dal Feb 21, 2011 al May 28, 2011.
The goal of this course is to introduce students to pragmatics and its importance in ELT (English Language Teaching).
Levinson S.C., La Pragmatica, Bologna, Il Mulino, (ed. originale, Levingson S:C:, Pragmatics, Cambridge, Cambridge UP, 1983, trad. e ed. italiana a cura di M. Bertuccelli Papi).
Mey J.L., Pragmatics: an Introduction, Malden (Mass.), Blackwell, 2001, II edizione.
Crandall E., Basturkmen H., “Evaluating pragmatics-focused materials”, ELT Journal, January 2004, 58/1, pp. 38 – 49.
House J., “Communicating in English as a Lingua Franca”, in Foster-Cohen S. (eds. et al.), Chapter in Eurosla, 2002, Yearbook 2, pp. 243 – 261.
House J., “Developing pragmatic competence in English as a lingua franca”, in Knapp K, Meierkord C. (eds.), Lingua Franca Communication, Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang, 2002, pp. 245 – 267
House J., “Teaching and Learning Pragmatic Fluency in a Foreign Language: The Case of English as a Lingua Franca”, in Martinez Flor A., Uso Juan E., Fernandez Guerra A. (eds.), Pragmatic Competence and Foreign Language Teaching, Castello, Publications de la Universitat Jaume I, 2003.
Lee Mckay S., Teaching English as an International Language, Oxford, Oxford UP, 2002. (chapters: 3-4-5)
Lee Mckay S., “Toward an appropriate EIL pedagogy: re-examining common ELT assumption”, in International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 2003, 13, 1, pp. 1 – 22.
Vellenga H., “Learning Pragmatics from ESL & EFL Textbooks: How Likely?”, TESL – EJ, September 2004, 8, 2, pp. 1 – 18.
Further bibliographical references will be indicated during the course.