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Sociolinguistics of Foreign Language Classrooms Contributions of the Native, the Near-Native, and the Non-Native Speaker

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ISBN-10: 0838405118

ISBN-13: 9780838405116

Edition: 2003

Authors: Carl S. Blyth, Sally Sieloff Magnan

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The popular AAUSC series of annual volumes for directors of university language programs strives to further scholarship in second language acquisition and teaching with regard to undergraduate programs with multisection courses. Teaching assistant supervision, teaching assistant professional preparation, and the role of faculty and administrators in postsecondary institutions are some of the topics addressed.
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List price: $114.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Cengage Heinle
Publication date: 11/14/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

The Native Speaker
The (Non)Native Standard Language in Foreign Language Education: A Critical Perspective
The Native Speaker, The Student, and Woody Allen: Examining Traditional Roles in the Foreign Language Classroom
The Pedagogical Norm
The Acquisition of Sociostylistic and Sociopragmatic Variation by Instructed Second Language Learners: The Elaboration of Pedagogical Norms
Linguistic Norm vs. Functional Competence: Introducing Quebec French to American Students
The Heritage Speaker
Interaction with Heritage Language Learners in Foreign Language Classrooms
Near-Native Speakers in the Foreign Language Classroom: The Case of Haitian Immigrant Students
The Use of English
The Diglossic Foreign Language Classroom: Learners' Views on L1 and L2 Functions
Identity, Deficiency, and First Language Use in Foreign Language Education
The Native/Non-native Dichotomy Debated
The Privilege of The Non-native Speaker (Reprinted with permission, PMLA)
The Privilege of the Nonnative Speaker Meets The Practical Needs of the Language Teacher
Prescriptivsm, Linguistic Variation, and the So-called Privilege of the Non-native Speaker
Privilege (or Noblesse Oblige) of the Nonnative Speaker of Russian
The Native Speaker: Membership Has Its Privileges
About the Contributors
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