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This book is a rich source of knowledge and inspiration for beginner and more advanced researchers, contributes to the development of the multilingual field of interlanguage pragmatics and provides valuable pedagogical implications for language teachers in the foreign language classroom. -- Anna Nizegorodcew, Professor in Applied Linguistics, English Department, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland Adopting a range of theoretical perspectives and focusing on a variety of learning contexts and approaches to learning, this timely collection of articles represents a significant contribution to the growing body of literature on the teaching of pragmatics in the foreign language context. It is essential reading for interlanguage pragmaticists. -- Dr. Anne Barron, Institut fur Anglistik, Amerikanistik und Keltologie, Universitat Bonn, Germany. This volume is a timely contribution to ILP research. It provides an overview of recent research in the field of ILP. It takes into consideration the wide variety of approaches currently being used in classroom-based ILP research. The employment of both observational, as well as more experimental methods provides a holistic picture of the current state of research in ILP. -- Iris Levitis, University of California, Davis * Linguist List 20.1944 * This timely work represents a significant contribution to the literature, as it integrates research on pragmatics in foreign language learning, teaching and testing. This volume is highly recommended for students and researchers in applied linguistics as well as language teachers and educators. -- Wei Ren, University of Bristol * Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 31:4, 2009 *
Eva Alcon Soler, senior lecturer at University Jaume I, has been working on discourse and language learning since 1993. Her research has covered, among others, interlanguage pragmatics, lingua franca communication, interaction and second language acquisition. Her recent publications have focussed on intercultural language use and language learning and on learning pragmatics in foreign language contexts. Alicia Martinez-Flor is a lecturer in the Department of English Studies, Universitat Jaume I of Castellon, Spain, where she teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in EFL teaching methodology. As a result of her own learning process of the English language, she became interested in investigating the acquisition of pragmatic competence in foreign language contexts. Her research interests include second language acquisition and interlanguage pragmatics.
Preface - Amy Snyder Ohta Introduction 1. Pragmatics in Foreign Language Contexts - Eva Alcon Soler and Alicia Martinez-Flor Part 1 Investigating how Pragmatics can be Learned in Foreign Language Contexts 2. Language Socialization Theory and the Acquisition of Pragmatics in the Foreign Language Classroom - Margaret A. DuFon 3. Talking with a Classroom Guest: Opportunities for Learning Japanese Pragmatics - Yumiko Tateyama and Gabriele Kasper 4. Pragmatic Performance: What are Learners Thinking? - Tim Hassall 5. Learning Pragmatics in Content-Based Classrooms - Tarja Nikula 6. Computer-Mediated Learning of L2 Pragmatics - Marta Gcnzalez-Lloret Part 2 Investigating how Pragmatics can be Taught in Foreign Language Contexts 7. Using Translation to Improve Pragmatic Competence - Juliane House 8. Effects on Pragmatic Development through Awareness-Raising Instruction: Refusals by Japanese EFL Learners - Sachiko Kondo 9. Enhancing the Pragmatic Competence of Non-Native English-Speaking Teacher Candidates (NNESTCs) in an EFL Context - Zohreh R. Eslami and Abbass Eslami-Rasekh Part 3 Investigating how Pragmatics can be Tested in Foreign Language Contexts 10. Investigating Interlanguage Pragmatic Ability: What are we Testing? - Sayoko Yamashita 11. Raters, Functions, Item Types, and the Dependability of L2 Pragmatics Tests - James Dean Brown 12. Rater, Item, and Candidate Effects in Discourse Completion Tests: A FACETS Approach - Carsten Roever