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CEFR-informed Learning, Teaching and Assessment: A Practical Guide

Authors: Nagai, N., Birch, G.C., Bower, J.V., Schmidt, M.G. This book is a practical guide to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment (CEFR) (Council of Europe 2001) and the CEFR Companion Volume (CEFR/ CV; COE 2018), which have increasingly been used to inform...
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Tertiary Education in a Time of Change: Disruptions, Challenges and Strategies

Editors: McLaughlin, T., Chester, A., Kennedy, B., Young, S. This book shares exemplary teaching and learning practices from the tertiary sector, and addresses important issues concerning quality, scholarship and innovation in teaching and learning in tertiary settings. It takes on classic issues regarding curricula, technologies and assessment, but...
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Native-Speakerism: Its Resilience and Undoing

Editors: Houghton, Stephanie Ann, Bouchard, Jérémie This book explores native-speakerism in modern language teaching, and examines the ways in which it has been both resilient and critiqued. It provides a range of conceptual tools to situate ideological discourses and processes within educational contexts. In turn, it discusses the...
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The Oxford Handbook of English Grammar

Edited by: Bas Aarts, Jill Bowie, and Gergana Popova This handbook provides an authoritative, critical survey of current research and knowledge in the grammar of the English language. Following an introduction from the editors, the volume’s expert contributors explore a range of core topics in English grammar, beginning...
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A Practical Handbook of Corpus Linguistics

Edited by: Magali Paquot, Stefan Th. Gries This handbook is a comprehensive practical resource on corpus linguistics. It features a range of basic and advanced approaches, methods and techniques in corpus linguistics, from corpus compilation principles to quantitative data analyses. The Handbook is organized in six Parts. Parts...
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Introduction to Formal Philosophy

Edited by: Sven Ove Hansson, Vincent F. Hendricks This Undergraduate Textbook introduces key methods and examines the major areas of philosophy in which formal methods play pivotal roles. Coverage begins with a thorough introduction to formalization and to the advantages and pitfalls of formal methods in philosophy. The...
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Glossary of Morphology

Edited by: Federico Vercellone, Salvatore Tedesco This book is a significant novelty in the scientific and editorial landscape. Morphology is both an ancient and a new discipline that rests on Goethe’s heritage and re-forms it in the present through the concepts of form and image. The latter are...
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Philosophy in Reality: A New Book of Changes

By: Joseph E. Brenner, Abir U. Igamberdiev Philosophy in Reality offers a new vision of the relation between science and philosophy in the framework of a non-propositional logic of real processes, grounded in the physics of the real world. This logical system is based on the work of...
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The Psychology of Reading

By: Keith Rayner, Alexander Pollatsek The last 20 years have witnessed a revolution in reading research. Cognitive psychologists, using high-speed computers to aid in the collection and analysis of data, have developed tools that have begun to answer questions that were previously thought unanswerable. These tools allow for...
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Constructive Semantics

By: Christina Weiss This edited book brings together research work in the field of constructive semantics with scholarship on the phenomenological foundations of logic and mathematics. It addresses one of the central issues in the epistemology and philosophy of mathematics, namely the relationship between phenomenological meaning constitution and...
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Everyday Grammar

by John Seely This approach to grammar comes in two parts: the first section consists of a practical guide on how to understand and use grammar successfully, and the second is an extensive A-Z glossary of grammatical terms. It is ideal for both language students and anyone wanting...
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Developing Reading Skills: A Practical Guide to Reading Comprehension Exercises

by Françoise Grellet The book describes and arranges different kinds of The book describes and arranges different kinds of reading comprehension exercises. The different exercises given in the book are mentioned as examples .. The different exercises given in the book are mentioned as examples . Download http://usafiles.net/11dx/Developing-Reading-Skills_-A-Practical-Guide-to-Reading-Comprehension-Exercises.pdf
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Doing Applied Linguistics: Enabling Transdisciplinary Communication

Edited by: Daniel Perrin and Ulla Kleinberger How can students be empowered to communicate professionally – as translators, journalists and CCOs? How can professionals engaged in crucial language interactions do the same – pilots, nurses, lawyers and many others? This volume gives answers to these questions, providing insights...
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Translation Criticism-The Potentials and Limitations: Categories and Criteria for Translation Quality Assessment

by Katharina Reiss Katharina Reiss’s now classic contribution to Translation Studies, Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Übersetzungskritik: Kategorien und Kriteren für eine sachgerechte Beurteilung von Übersetzungen, first appeared in 1971. This is the first English translation of this major work, allowing students and practitioners of translation in the English-speaking...
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The Function and Use of TO and OF in Multi-Word Units

By: Michael Pace-Sigge The highly frequent word items TO and OF are often conceived merely as prepositions, carrying little meaning in themselves. This book disputes that notion by analysing the usage patterns found for OF and TO in different sets of text corpora. Looking at historical roots and...
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Write to the Top!: How to Become a Prolific Academic

By: W. Brad Johnson , Carol A. Mullen This is a pithy, no-nonsense, no-excuses guide to maximizing the quality and quantity of your scholarly products. Write to the Top! offers an accessible overview of the art of writing efficiently and effectively; it is the first book that explicitly...
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