The status of LSP (Languages for Specialised Purposes) in the contemporary socio-cultural context is an ongoing central issue of scholarly debate. Specialised Languages in the Global Village examines the impact of globalisation on intercultural communication within specialised communities of practice. The contributions to the volume provide linguistically and pedagogically-informed discussion on modes of communication practice in professional and institutional domains, frames of social action and the construction of professional identities. The contributors also address issues of languages and social entrepreneurship, and the acquisition and development of linguistic/cultural competence in foreign languages for specialised purposes. The edition is a valuable resource for researchers in LSP, specialists in the fields of discourse analysis, sociolinguistics and scholars in the area of rhetoric and composition. It will also be of interest to professional translators, language editors and language advisors in the fields of specialised academic/professional communication. LSP instructors and foreign language teachers will also find informed guidelines and useful pedagogical proposals for classroom implementation.2004, Ash et al. 2005, Correia and Bleicher 2008), and in this course students write five reflective essays. ... In their conclusions, students are expected to reflect on what they can do to further their own learning about the topic or the issue itself .
|Title||:||Specialised Languages in the Global Village|
|Author||:||Carmen Pérez-Llantada, Maida Watson|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2011-05-25|