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Cognitive Linguistics and Japanese Pedagogy: A Usage-Based Approach to Language Learning and Instruction.

9783110454000

Cognitive Linguistics and Japanese Pedagogy: A Usage-Based Approach to Language Learning and Instruction

Edited by Kyoko Masuda

De Gruyter Mouton

2018

331 pages

$114.99

Hardcover

Applications of Cognitive Linguistics; Volume 35

PL523

With an emphasis on Japanese language learning, scholars of linguistics and of Asian languages discuss usage-based and schema-based approaches to language learning and instruction, and prototype approaches to language learning and instruction. Their topics include advancing cognitive linguistic approaches to Japanese language learning and instruction, a usage-based approach to presenting the polysemous particles ni and de in Japanese as a foreign language, and the effect of form-focused instruction on the second-language acquisition of the Japanese imperfective -teiru using prototype and traditional approaches. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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