Research Article Summary

For this assignment, you need to choose a peer-reviewed applied linguistics research article on a topic of your choice. You will read this article carefully and then write a one-page summary of this article following this template: TEMPLATE.docx The audience for your summary is a reader with a non-specialist background. Your summary should help a… Continue reading Research Article Summary

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Matilda (1996) Film: Language and Power through critical discourse analysis of a child’s Rights – SG EC Teacher’s IP

PLEASE READ THE FILE ‘RESEARCH ESSAY REQUIREMENTS for better understanding Research Essay Requirement – Critical Analysis Answer the following question. (Total 100 marks) Question This is a mini-research project which appraises the issues surrounding sociolinguistic approaches to language and power – specifically, critical sociolinguistics. Critical sociolinguistics aims to contribute to addressing social inequities through changes… Continue reading Matilda (1996) Film: Language and Power through critical discourse analysis of a child’s Rights – SG EC Teacher’s IP

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Please watch 5:30-8:30 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogvTPJCgasM Carefully wat

Please watch 5:30-8:30 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogvTPJCgasM Carefully watch the 3-minute video clip from Revolutionary Girl Utena (episode 6) and respond to the following questions. Please submit your answers in a Word document of 500-600 words (double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman font) Use time stamps when citing specific examples from the anime clip. Ex. “(0:24-0:28)” = seconds 24… Continue reading Please watch 5:30-8:30
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In this course, we have looked at language from a mostly structural point of vie

In this course, we have looked at language from a mostly structural point of view. But language and language instruction for speakers of languages other than English and speakers of non-standard forms of English have sociological, philosophical, ideological, and political aspects to them. Lobeck’s article makes us think about power and privilege when it comes… Continue reading In this course, we have looked at language from a mostly structural point of vie

A thesis statement which connects your personal language experiences to at least

A thesis statement which connects your personal language experiences to at least one topic we have discussed in class. Develop the body of the paper connecting it to your topic and thesis statement – develop your thesis and how that relates to at least three concepts covered in class. A well-integrated reference to at least… Continue reading A thesis statement which connects your personal language experiences to at least

After carefully reading through the chapter in Napoli, choose one of the poems b

After carefully reading through the chapter in Napoli, choose one of the poems below and translate it into English. You can work with translation tools such as Google Translate or a dictionary for a first literal translation. Follow the example in the reading and produce (1) a literal, (2) an idiomatic, and (3) a holistic… Continue reading After carefully reading through the chapter in Napoli, choose one
of the poems b

The Final Project should include the name of the case, the description of the c

The Final Project should include the name of the case, the description of the case and the language-related issue in the case, the legal criteria/standards that define the language crime, the linguistic evidence, your linguistic analysis of a piece(s) of linguistic evidence (e.g., discourse analysis) and identify the subsystem(s) of language relevant to this analysis.… Continue reading The Final Project should include the name of the case, the description of the c

You will reflect on your own language learning experiences and discuss your expe

You will reflect on your own language learning experiences and discuss your experiences in relation to SLA theory and research. ( I came to Canada seven years age as an international high school student and started to learn my second language English, then you can combine your own learning experiences to write next ( base… Continue reading You will reflect on your own language learning experiences and discuss your expe

Question 1. How far, in your opinion, should a person alter his/her accent in a

Question 1. How far, in your opinion, should a person alter his/her accent in a context of his/her career? Question 2. In what contexts (examples would be welcome) and why the research of F1, F2, F3 of /æ/ /e/ /ɪ/ would not be comparable? Question 3. Why cannot the maximum onset principle be applied in… Continue reading Question 1. How far, in your opinion, should a person alter his/her accent in a

The student will pick an article from the Bb Course site in Course Materials and

The student will pick an article from the Bb Course site in Course Materials and write a discussion/reaction paper on the article. Write in WORD, at least 2 pages double spaced in in 12 pt font. ill give you a couple and just pick one. https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052748703467304575383131592767868 https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-29037168 https://www.importanceoflanguages.com/