Applied Linguistic

Needs and scopes of Applied Linguistics

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1. Language and education

2. Society and Language: sociolinguistics– show how our use of language is governed by such factors as class, gender, race, etc.

3. BI/MULTILINGUALISM: More than one language,

4. Additional-language education divided into:

4.1. SECOND-LANGUAGE official or majority language.

4.2. FOREIGN LANGUAGE: language of another country

5. First-language education: Home language or languages

6. Need for Applied linguistic: Important to communicate in all type of activities

7. What is? Is the study how language is used, learned and taught.

8. Scope Classify the kinds of problems. Seek out the key points. Unite the study.

9. Difference between:

9.1. Linguistics: The scientific study of language and its structure

9.2. Applied Linguistics Theoretical and empirical investigation of real world problems in which language is a central issue.

10. Language and cognition

10.1. ACTION


10.3. Emotion

10.4. Social-communicative interaction

10.5. Bodily experience

10.6. Culture

11. Cohesion and coherence

12. Coherence

12.1. Fewer formal

12.2. General

12.3. text as a whole

12.4. Primarily semantic relationship

12.5. Errors

13. Cohesion

13.1. Formal

13.2. Sentences and within sentences

13.3. Lexically

13.4. Grammatically

13.5. References

14. Behaviourisim and language teaching:

14.1. Correct behavior=Positive reinforcement

14.2. Incorrect behavior= Negative reinforcement

15. Pragmatics and language teaching

15.1. Language external

15.2. Communication

15.3. What speakers mean?

15.4. Human expressions

15.5. Use of language

16. Technology and language learning

16.1. Computer assisted language learning

16.1.1. E-mail

16.1.2. Distance education

16.1.3. teacher traiiner

16.1.4. Distance learning

16.1.5. Virtual classroom

16.1.6. E.-learning

16.1.7. Meaningful feedback

16.2. From method to post-method

16.2.1. Knowledge oriented - Classroom oriented

16.2.2. Grammar translation

16.2.3. Direct method

16.2.4. Audiolingualism

16.2.5. Funtional method

16.2.6. Cognitive method

16.2.7. Lexical approach

16.2.8. Communicative method

16.3. Language learning and errors

16.3.1. 1First language interference

16.3.2. Pronunciation

16.3.3. Grammar

16.3.4. Vocabulary

16.3.5. Imbalance of skills

16.3.6. Inability to understand native speakers

16.4. Vocabulary assessments

16.4.1. digital program student

16.4.2. Take a quiz or test

16.4.3. Is hard on students

16.4.4. Teachers can assign assessments virtually and grading is done automatically by the program.

16.4.5. The questions can be automatically changed based on teacher preference.