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Grammar at school : research on metalinguistic activity in language education

Author: Teresa Ribas i Seix; Xavier Fontich; Oriol Guasch
Publisher: Brussels : P.I.E. Peter Lang, ©2014.
Series: Gramm-R, no. 23.
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The studies presented in this book argue that exploring the grammatical system outside the communicative flow enables students to develop clearer knowledge of this system and to become more effective in their language use. This approach is the outcome of research revolving around the role of metalinguistic knowledge in learning how to write. According to this research, language use and metalinguistic activity are  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Teresa Ribas i Seix; Xavier Fontich; Oriol Guasch
ISBN: 9782875742018 2875742019
OCLC Number: 904915377
Description: 286 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Cover; Table of Contents; Foreword (Debra Myhill); Introduction ([Teresa Ribas] [Xavier Fontich] [Oriol Guasch]); Grammar study at school: Theoretical underpinning ; Teaching and learning first and additional languages ; Psycho-pedagogical and psycholinguistic studies; Linguistic studies; An instructional model; The research approach: Observations and perspectives; Regarding schoolchildren's knowledge of grammar; Regarding the kind of reasoning that is accessible to students ; Regarding epistemological questions; Regarding the Grammar Instructional Sequences model; This volume; Conclusions. General overview. Focusing on the problem of teaching grammarGrammar and language; Didactic transposition ; An intervention model to work on grammar at school ; Grammar instructional sequences (GIS); Motivation / Objective / Situated purpose ; Importance of the process; Collaboration (diversity of interests) ; Language as a mediating instrument ; Formative assessment / Learning ; GISs to communicate; GISs to be aware of the language system and its use ; GISs to analyse language use ; In conclusion ; References. Evaluative analysis of the instructional approach to studying syntactic coordination in ten secondary school textbooks (Ricardo Coronas)Introduction; Theoretical framework; Methodology; Analysis and results; A. Analysis of the textbooks' explicit approaches ; 1) Kind of definition of coordination provided in the books (semantic, syntactic and/or morphological); 2) Kind of identification provided in the books of the five kinds of coordination (copulative, disjunctive, adversative, explanatory and distributive) 3) Inclusion of controversies or debates from linguistic theories in the definitionsEvaluative conclusions of section A; B. Analysis of the definitions and the examples used in the instructional explanations, with a comparative study between the examples and the real usage of coordination in the instructional texts themselves; 1) How the textbooks define copulative coordination; 2) Contrastive analysis between the examples cited in the instructional explanation and the real usages of copulative coordination from the definitions in the books.
Series Title: Gramm-R, no. 23.
Responsibility: Teresa Ribas, Xavier Fontich and Oriol Guasch (eds.).

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The studies presented in this book argue that exploring the grammatical system outside the communicative flow enables students to develop clearer knowledge of this system and to become more effective in their language use. This approach is the outcome of research revolving around the role of metalinguistic knowledge in learning how to write. According to this research, language use and metalinguistic activity are interdependent. The international debate on the effect of grammar instruction on writing skills has been dominated by an overly causal approach which ignores core considerations such.

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