Ken Hyland (The University of Hong Kong) y Philip Shaw (University of Stockholm, Suecia) – Editores

Abingdon, Reino Unido. ROUTLEDGE. ISBN: 9781138774711. 700 págs.  Enero de 2016. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 218,00 (4% IVA incluido)

Este nuevo manual ofrece una guía muy completa y accesible sobre el inglés para propósitos académicos (EAP en sus siglas en inglés), cubriendo, como se puede ver en el extracto del índice, las teorías más importantes, los conceptos y contextos y las aplicaciones de un área de rápido crecimiento de la lingüística aplicada.

Extracto del índice:

List of figures

List of tables

Notes on the contributors


1 Introduction

Ken Hyland & Philip Shaw

Section 1: Conceptions of EAP 

2 General and specific EAP

Ken Hyland

3 Academic Literacies: a critical lens on writing and reading in the academy

Theresa Lillis & Jackie Tuck

4 English as the academic Lingua Franca

Anna Mauranen, Niina Hynninen & Elina Ranta

5 Composition Studies and EAP

Christine M. Tardy & Soomin Jwa

Section 2: Contexts for EAP 


John Airey

7 EAP in multilingual English-dominant contexts

Jean Parkinson

8 EAP at the tertiary level in China: Challenges and possibilities

An Cheng

9 EAP in Latin America

Francoise Salager, Graciela Llopis de Segura &Rosinda Guerra Ramos

Section 3 EAP and language skills  

10 Academic reading into writing

Alan Hirvella

11 Language and L2 Writing: Learning to Write and Writing to Learn in Academic Contexts

Rosa Manchon

12 Dialogic interaction

Helen Basturkmen

13 Listening to lectures

Michael Rodgers & Stuart Webb

14 Acquiring academic and disciplinary vocabulary

Averil Coxhead

Section 4 Research perspectives

15 Systemic Functional Linguistics and EAP

Sue Hood

16 Corpus Studies in EAP

Hilary Nesi

17 Ethnographic perspectives on English for academic purposes research

Brian Paltridge & Sue Starfield

18 Intertextuality and plagiarism

Diane Pecorari

19 Genre analysis

Philip Shaw

20 Multimodal Approaches to English for Academic Purposes

Kay L. O’Halloran, Sabine Tan & Bradley A. Smith

21 Intercultural rhetoric

Ulla Connor, Estela Ene & Ana Traversa

22 Critical perspectives

Christopher Macallister & Kirsten Haack

Section 5 Pedagogic genres  

23 Undergraduate assignments and exams

Roger Graves & Stephanie White

24 Lectures

Belinda Crawford Camiciottoli & Mercedes Querol-Julián

25 Textbooks

Marina Bondi

26 Seminars

Marta Aguilar

27 PhD adviser and student interactions as a spoken academic genre;.

Beyza Bjorkman

28 PhD defences and vivas

Spela Mezek and John Swales

Section 6 Research genres  

29 Genre approaches to theses and dissertations

Paul Thompson

30 The Academic Poster Genre: Friend or Foe ?

Larissa D’Angelo

31 Research articles

Betty Samraj

32 Interpersonal Meaning and Audience Engagement in Academic Presentations: A Multimodal Discourse Analysis Perspective

Gail Forey & William Feng

33 Research blogs, tweets and wikis

Maria Kuteeva

Section 7: Pedagogic contexts  


EAP in school settings

Sally Humphrey

35The Common Core in the United States: A Major Shift in Standards and Assessment

Ann Johns

36 EAP pedagogy in undergraduate contexts

Neomy Storch, Janne Morton, & Celia Thompson

37 EAP Support for Post-Graduate Students

Chris Feak

38 English for Professional Academic Purposes

Diane Belcher, Francisco Barron Serrano, and Hae Sung Yang

Section 8: Managing learning  

39 Writing Centres and the turn toward Multilingual and Multiliteracy Writing Tutoring.

Magnus Gustafsson & Lisa Ganobczik-Williams ,

40 EAP management

Andy Gillett

41 EAP teacher development

Alex Ding and Gemma Campion

42 Needs analysis for curriculum design

Ana Bocanegra

43 EAP Materials and tasks

Fredrika Stoller

44 CALL and electronic media

Soobin Yim & Mark Warschauer

45 Assessment of English for Academic Purposes

Sara Weigle & Margaret Malone

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