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1. La producción científica actual en Didáctica de la Lengua y la Literatura en revistas españolas - Nikleva, Dimitrinka G.; Cortina Pérez, Beatriz
This research presents a bibliometric study aiming at analysing the scientific production in the area of Language and Literature Didactics in three specialised Spanish journals. The analysis of various indicators will allow us to define the current panorama and the predominant trends: number of published articles, thematic scope, language used, language researched, periodicity, research method, number of authors, etc. We analyse all papers (193 in total) during three years � 2009, 2010 and 2011- of three specialised and representative journal of this area: Didáctica. Lengua y Literatura, Lenguaje y textos and Porta Linguarum. The quantitative method of statistical analysis with the SPSS software (Statistical Product and Service Solutions)...

2. Opinión del profesorado de Lengua extranjera en torno a la integración del componente cultural en el aula de idiomas - Carrillo López, María José
This paper is part of a wider research in which we study the beliefs of Second Language Teachers about the integration of cultural aspects in the foreign language classroom. A questionnaire were distributed among teachers in the provinces of Malaga and Granada in order to find out what they thought on three fundamental issues: 1) the importance that the European Union gives to the teaching of cultural aspects; 2) the relative weight that linguistic and cultural elements have in Foreign Language Teaching; and 3) which cultural contents should be included in the syllabus. For each item, we perform an analysis of the frequency distribution and the existence...

3. El aprendizaje de la entonación (des)cortés en español lengua extranjera (ELE) - Devís Herraiz, Empar; Bartolí Rigol, Marta
The aim of this paper was to discover the features melodic politeness and impoliteness to use Spanish in their exchanges and thus to determine the improvements that are needed to improve the performance of Spanish as a teacher and try to avoid conflicts caused by misunderstandings of melodic type. The paper presents the results obtained from acoustic analysis of the data and its validation perceptive, and a series of didactic proposals that we considered very useful educational.

4. La rúbrica de un taller de escritura para enseñar a sinohablantes en el contexto universitario europeo: estudio de caso - Cáceres Lorenzo, María Teresa; Santana Alvarado, Yaiza
The presence of Chinese students in the classes of an undergraduate course of this research promotes the Spanish language. The failure of the modalities of European communicative teaching students Chinese learners raises the creation and development of a writing workshop based on a system of scoring rubrics. The final objective is to evaluate the success of the development of discourse competence through written progress and skill in sinohablantes metalinguistic awareness. The contributions of this research include the presentation of a valid descriptors for other learning situations and employment outcomes evaluation of these matrices.

5. Competencia intercultural en la enseñanza de lenguas extranjeras - Paricio Tato, Silvina
The present article seeks to clarify what is meant by intercultural competence when teaching a foreign language. An introductory paragraph refers to the various researches that have focused on studying the relationships between language and culture, and the reasons that have led to the need to promote integrated teaching of both. Next, it points out some key concepts on the approach or intercultural dimension applied to language teaching and provides a conceptual framework that supports this dimension. The article concludes with a brief indication concerning the teachers�role.

6. Creencias y representaciones de los profesores de lenguas extranjeras sobre la influencia de los factores motivacionales y emocionales en los alumnos y en las alumnas - Rodríguez Pérez, María de las Nieves
In the classroom context we find students with active implication on learning a language for whom the acquisition of another language-culture may be a gratifying experience. On the contrary, others show disinterest and difficulties. The enthusiasm of some and the disenchantment of others is usually explained as the motivational-emotional factors generated by learning a new language. Our question is whether such factors also influence the two student-groups in a different way. The aim of this study is to bring forward the opinions FL teachers have. The results shown belong to a survey performed on FL teachers who belong to different educational stages.

7. A Critical Analysis of the Vocabulary in L2 Spanish Textbooks - López Jiménez, María Dolores
This study researches the treatment given to L2 vocabulary in Spanish language textbooks. To that end, 12 textbooks (together with the teacher�s editions) at three proficiency levels were analyzed. The results suggest that the vocabulary to be taught lacks consistency as the selection and grading criteria are not explicitly stated in most of the teacher�s guides. The place of publication and the proficiency level of the textbooks influence the introduction of new words. Vocabulary teaching tends to be rather traditional since its practice is mostly comprised of closed and open exercises and vocabulary learning strategies are rarely present. Finally, the results of research into L2 vocabulary learning...

8. El uso de la lengua meta en el curso inicial de Español Lengua Extranjera (E/ LE) en Costa de Marfil - Ortega Martín, José Luis; Djandué, Bi Drombé
The use of the target language is not the same challenge in all contexts, although in all cases is essential to achieving better results. This article summarizes the main findings of a broader study on the use of Spanish in a context of foreign language and in the first level of learning. The study was conducted in Ivory Coast and gave results in line with the learning of Spanish in this country. These results led to a few proposals to increase the use of the target language in the initial course.

9. Automated collection of Japanese word usage examples from a parallel and a monolingual corpus - Hmeljak Sangawa, Kristina; Erjavec, Tomaz; Kawamura, Yoshiko
Examples are an important source of information on word usage for language learners, but existing reference sources for Japanese as a second language are limited. This paper describes two projects for the automated collection of word usage examples. Examples extracted from an ad-hoc Japanese-Slovene parallel corpus were included into jaSlo, a Japanese-Slovene learners' dictionary, and examples extracted from a monolingual web-harvested 400 million word corpus of Japanese were selected to be used as supplementary examples for Chuta, a multilingualized dictionary for learners of Japanese as a second language.

10. Elliptical arguments: a problem in relating meaning to use - Hanks, Patrick
Corpus lexicographers working in the tradition of John Sinclair (of whom the present author is one) argue that electronic dictionaries of the future will have a duty to pay close attention to phraseology and to phraseological meaning in text. To do this, they will need to make a distinction between normal patterns of use of words and exploitations of normal uses, such as freshly coined metaphors, used for rhetorical and other effects. Electronic dictionaries will report the norms of phraseology associated wilh phraseological patterns instead of or as well as word meaning in isolation. The foundations for this approach to...

11. Evaluation of an automatic process for specialized web corpora collection and term extraction for Basque - Gurrutxaga Hernaiz, Antton; Leturia Azkarate, Igor; Pociello Irigoyen, Elisabete; Saralegi Urizar, Xavier; San Vicente, Iñaki
In this paper we describe the processes for collecting Basque specialized corpora in different domains from the Internet and subsequently extracting terminology out of them, using automatic tools in both cases. We evaluate the results of corpus compiling and term extraction by making use of a specialized dictionary recently updated by experts. We also compare the results of the automatically collected web corpus with those of a traditionally collected corpus, in order to analyze the usefulness of the Internet as a reliable source of information for terminology tasks.

12. Claude Moussy, " Synonymie et antonymie en latin " - Unceta Gómez, Luis

13. In Search of an Effective Model for Assessing Learning in Bilingual Education: the "Authentic Assessment" - Cantero García, Víctor; Martínez López, Juan A.
We have a commitment to provide the most efficient, transparent and coherent evaluation procedures for bilingual education. In this articlethe authors offer all teachers of bilingual education a theoretical as well as practical approach to the so-called authentic assessment. Our aimisto provehow this method can be usedas an alternative to the traditional methods of evaluating the learning-outcomes of linguistic content by the students in our bilingual sections. This alternative requires a substantial change of focus for the teachinglearning process, since evaluating is not equivalent to examining when it comes to quantify results, but rather valuing the capacity of the student to solve competently the problems they meet in...

14. La metodología didáctica de enseñanza de idiomas en programas para sordos. Un estudio comparado en España y Francia (XVII-XX) - Navarro Rincón, Antonia
This article presents a comparative study with a methodological-didactic perspective carried out from a piece of research related to languages teaching syllabus addressed to deaf people, and published in Spain and France from the 17th to the 20th century. With this aim, the theoretical reference framework of the object of study is presented, the design of the research and the results are shown, and the conclusions specified show the relationships among the didactic methodologies applied to the languages teaching and those used in selected cases. Moreover, it is oriented towards researching actions in didactics of languages addressed to deaf people.

15. Claude Moussy, " La Polysemie en latin", París, 2011 - García Hernández, Benjamín

16. Customising a general EAP dictionary to meet learner needs - Granger, Sylviane; Paquot, Magali
In this article, we describe the Louvain EAP Dictionary (LEAD), a web-based English for Academic Purposes dictionary-cum-writing aid for non-native writers. The LEAD dictionary contains a rich description of non-technical words that express key functions in academic discourse (such as contrast, exemplification or cause and effect), with particular focus on their phraseology (collocations and recurrent phrases). The dictionary allows for both semasiological and onomasiological access. Its main originality is its customizability: the content is automatically adapted to users' needs in terms of discipline and mother tongue background.

17. Acquiring semantics from structured corpora to enrich an existing lexicon - Gala, Nuria; Rey, Véronique
Lexical and semantic information is crucial for NLP by and large and for building linguistic resources in particular. However, this kind of information is hard to be obtained be it manually or automatically. The difficulties come from the very nature of the information (what do we mean by "meaning"? what is "semantics"?, how are "meanings" combined and put into words?) and from the resources (how are "meanings" formally represented and displayed?). In this paper we present a methodology for automatically acquiring semantics from structured corpora (machinereadable dictionaries and free encyclopaedias on the web). This information is used to enrich an existing...

18. Perfil del profesorado que aprende una lengua en los Cursos de Actualización Lingüística de las Escuelas Oficiales de Idiomas andaluzas - Torres Olalla, Daniel
Teachers� training in the field of foreign languages becomes more and more necessary, particularly for those professionals involved in the development of the Bilingual Centres Programme in Andalusia. This article tries to establish the profile of a group of teachers of non-university levels of education registered in the Cursos de Actualización Lingüística, a learning option taught in the Escuelas Oficiales de Idiomas in Andalusia, with the aim to learn a foreign language to teach a non-linguistic subject in a second language in a Bilingual Centre. It includes a brief reflection on how far this learning option achieves its aim according to the profile just mentioned.

19. How Does University Teachers' Emotional Intelligence Relate To Their Self- Efficacy Beliefs - Sarkhosh, Mehdi; Rezaee, Abas Ali
Some studies have indicated the relationship between Emotional Intelligence (EI) and self-efficacy beliefs at schools or language institutes. This study, sought to investigate this association among university teachers. 105 university teachers participated in the present study. The participants were required to complete the �Teachers� Sense of Efficacy Scale� and the �Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire�. Correlation and regression analysis were conducted on the data. The results of data analysis revealed that there was a strong positive relationship between EI and self-efficacy beliefs. Furthermore, it was found that among the fifteen components of EI, three subscales of Flexibility, Optimism and Interpersonal Relationship were positive predictors of Efficacy beliefs.

20. Analysis of the Effect of Content Familiarity and Gender on English as a Foreign Language Reading Comprehension by Spanish University Students - Lahuerta Martínez, Ana Cristina
The aim of this paper is to explore the relative effects of gender and content familiarity on English as a Foreign Language reading comprehension. Sixty-eight elementary and intermediate level undergraduate English language students at the Faculty of Teacher Training of the University of Oviedo participated in the study. The results of the study show that gender and content familiarity significantly affected the students� overall comprehension of the texts. The study appears to reject the so-called linguistic threshold hypothesis as both the elementary level and intermediate level readers of the study could read with better understanding when the text was familiar, irrespective of their language knowledge and also seems...

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