By Kama Einhorn, Jackie Glassman
Carrying on with the profitable "Scholastic a hundred phrases" line of interesting new language arts workbooks, this product specializes in a hundred crucial phrases young children want to know via fifth grade. colourful artwork and images illustrate the 256 pages of vigorous actions, together with studying and writing perform, comprehension, severe pondering workouts and notice puzzles. contains specific dictionary pages and dictionary ability counsel and colourful bookmarks with vocabulary-building guidance.
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But successful 'communication' is not judged solely in terms of the efficiency of information exchange. It is focused on establishing and maintaining relationships. In this sense, the efficacy of communication depends upon using language to demonstrate one's willingness to relate, which often involves the indirectness of politeness rather than the direct and 'efficient' choice of language full of information. That ways of being polite vary from one language and culture to another is widely known, but this is often reduced to the acquisition of particular formulae.
1990: 132) It has been the tradition of FLT to analyse in terms of national divisions and national identity, tacitly accepting the fact that this is also above all the analysis of the culture of a dominant elite. Is this tradition justified? The learner of a foreign language is likely to use the language in contact with people from another country, either a country where the language is spoken natively or a country whose language they do not speak. In the latter case, the foreign language serves as a lingua franca.
In this case, the introduction to the national culture of a country where the language is spoken natively can serve as an example, but must be combined with developing in learners the methods to cope with other situations, based on this example. This supports the argument for a focus on methods, as well as content. It might also be support for an exclusive focus on methods, as we saw Christensen arguing earlier, but would this be justified? The advantages, presented so far, of an emphasis on 'method', of providing learners with the means to analyse and thereby understand and relate to, whatever social world their interlocutors inhabit, are twofold.