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81. Text-Based Discussions and Functional Grammar Analysis: Scaffolding Understanding and Rich Participation for English Language Learners. - Klingelhofer, Rachel Rennie
ABSTRACT This dissertation study investigated the potential of Functional Grammar Analysis (FGA), based in systemic functional linguistics, to scaffold English language learners (ELLs) as they participated in text-based discussions (TBDs). Research has shown that ELLs fall behind in reading comprehension achievement, but studies are only beginning to define the best ways to support them in this realm. Studies have found that TBDs offer benefits for student learning, but there are few that focus on ELLs or struggling readers. There is promising research on classroom applications of FGA within literacy instruction, but further study is warranted, particularly with respect to text comprehension...

82. Valladolid 2015: VII Congreso Internacional de Lingüística de Corpus (CILC 2015) - lingüñistica aplicada a la comunicación, círculo de

83. La parodia informativa como frivolización del discurso político - Méndez García de Paredes, Elena; Universidad de Sevilla
El humor es una realidad compleja pero, pese a su ambivalencia y ambigüedad, ressulta una estrategia válida para determinados objetivos comunicativos. Es lo que ocurre con la parodia informativa que va ligada a la actualidad mediática. esta representa lo serio sea por contigüidad sea por evocación mientras que la parodia informativa convierte los acontecimientos, la noticia o a sus protagonistas, en blancos de humor. este artículo analiza el contexto de los medios de comunicación y los mecanismos discursivos y lingüísticos de este humor paródico como estrategia para seducir a la audiencia en nuevos formatos de televisión. Los mecanismos discursivos atañen...

84. Rouen 2015: XVe Colloque international de linguistique ibéro-romane - lingüística aplicada a la comunicación, Círculo de

85. Estudios de Lingüística del Español: Unidades de segmentación en el discurso - lingüística aplicada a la comunicación, círculo de

86. El artículo determinado en el español de los estudiantes persas - Parvizi, Pardis; Universidad de Teherán
El artículo determinado es uno de los temas teóricos más complejos en la lengua española. En este trabajo presentaremos el resutado de nuestra investigación realizada sobre los aprendices persas para descubrir los errores más frecuentes en el uso del artículo determinado en español como segunda lengua. Para ello, se han clasificado los fallos en tres tipos: gramaticales, sintácticos y semánticos. A a vez que se explicarán las diferencias en cada caso con la lengua persa y se identificarán los motivos causantes de dichas dificultades. El propósito de este trabajo es contribuir a fines didácticos, en aspectos específicos que hasta ahora...

87. A Comparison of Fathers' and Mothers' Talk to Toddlers in Low-income Families - Rowe, Meredith Lee; Coker, David; Pan, Barbara Alexander
The purpose of this study was to provide descriptive information about low-income fathers’ and mothers’ talk to toddlers and to re-examine the bridge hypothesis (Gleason, 1975) in light of current changes in family structure and childcare responsibilities. Thirty-three father–child and mother–child dyads were videotaped during semi-structured free play at home. Fathers’ and mothers’ talk to children did not differ in amount, diversity of vocabulary, or linguistic complexity as measured by mean length of utterance. However, fathers produced more wh-questions and explicit clarification requests, thus presenting more conversational challenges to children. Resident fathers employed more direct forms of prohibitives. Results suggest the need for closer examination of factors related to...

88. Does linguistic input play the same role in language learning for children with and without early brain injury? - Rowe, Meredith Lee; Levine, Susan C.; Fisher, Joan A.; Goldin-Meadow, Susan
Children with unilateral pre- or perinatal brain injury (BI) show remarkable plasticity for language learning. Previous work highlights the important role that lesion characteristics play in explaining individual variation in plasticity in the language development of children with BI. The current study examines whether the linguistic input that children with BI receive from their caregivers also contributes to this early plasticity, and whether linguistic input plays a similar role in children with BI as it does in typically developing (TD) children. Growth in vocabulary and syntactic production is modeled for 80 children (53 TD, 27 BI) between 14 and 46 months. Findings indicate that caregiver input...

89. Father–toddler communication in low-income families: The role of paternal education and depressive symptoms - Malin, Jenessa L.; Karberg, Elizabeth; Cabrera, Natasha J.; Rowe, Meredith Lee; Cristaforo, Tonia; Tamis-LeMonda, Catherine S.
Using data from a racially and ethnically diverse sample of low-income fathers and their 2-year-old children who participated in the Early Head Start Research Evaluation Project (n = 80), the current study explored the association among paternal depressive symptoms and level of education, fathers’ language to their children, and children’s language skills. There were three main findings. First, there was large variability in the quality and quantity of language used during linguistic interactions between low-income fathers and their toddlers. Second, fathers with higher levels of education had children who spoke more (i.e. utterances) and had more diverse vocabularies (i.e. word...

90. Deep stochastic sentence generation : resources and strategies - Mille, Simon
The present Ph.D. thesis addresses the problem of deep data-driven Natural Language Generation (NLG), and in particular the role of proper corpus annotation schemata for stochastic sentence realization. The lack of multilevel corpus annotation has prevented so far the development of proper statistical NLG systems starting from abstract structures. We first detail a methodology for annotating corpora at different levels of linguistic abstraction (namely, semantic, deep-syntactic, surface-syntactic, topological, and morphological levels), and report on the actual annotation of such corpora, manually for Spanish and automatically for English. Then, using the resulting annotated data for our experiments, we train and evaluate...

91. Linguistic oppression in the German empire, - Barker, Ernest, Sir, 1874-1960.
Mode of access: Internet.

92. Russian, Islamic and American influences in Central Asia since 1991. - Haddad, H.
This thesis looks at competing influences in Central Asia since 1991. It looks at all five Central Asian countries, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, and identifies the three main powers with competing influences as Russia, Islam and America. It aims at showing which of these three powers is the most enduring and powerful in the region according to how strong its influences are. The strengths of these influences are investigated in relation to the fields of security, politics, culture and economics. This thesis argues that Russian influences are at present the strongest amongst most strata of the Central Asian...

93. Estratègies estadístiques aplicades a l'extracció automàtica de terminologia - Vàzquez Garcia, Mercè

94. Directional verbs as fusion of linguistic and gestural elements in British Sign Language: a corpus-based study - Fenlon, J; Cormier, KA; Schembri, A

95. WebCorp : ferramentas e recursos para o tradutor - Bevilacqua, Cleci Regina
O objetivo deste texto é descrever os recursos oferecidos pelo WebCorp (The Web as a Corpus) e mostrar como podem ser utilizados para a extração de informação linguística que auxiliam os tradutores a encontrarem soluções no decorrer do processo tradutório e também a aprimorar sua competência tradutória na medida em que adquire maior conhecimento lingüístico, extranlinguístico e instrumental.

96. Recursos léxicos en la expresión de la evidencialidad: el verbo catalán veure en los Col·loquis de la insigne ciutat de Tortosa - Antolí Martínez, Jordi M.
Uno de los rasgos que tradicionalmente se ha destacado de los Col·loquis de la insigne ciutat de Tortosa de Cristòfor Despuig y que es coherente con el género del coloquio renacentista es su estilo dialógico. En este artículo estudiamos uno de los recursos que contribuyen a esta espontaneidad lingüística y que escenifica la diversidad de perspectivas que entretejen el coloquio: el uso de verbos con valor evidencial (que indican, en el discurso, la fuente de la información enunciada). Más en concreto, hacemos una descripción de las construcciones que constituye el verbo catalán veure, que desde la perspectiva evidencial codifica prototípicamente...

97. La traduction des expressions figées par les programmes de traduction automatiques - Mogorrón Huerta, Pedro
Fixed expressions pose numerous comprehension and equivalence problems both for users and translators. This article analyses seven translation programmes that have been developed in the last thirty years for automatic translation of texts without the intervention of human translators. The programmes are applied to a series of fixed expressions extracted from the Spanish novel El capitán Alatriste by A. Pérez-Reverte. The results are compared with the manual translation of the French version as well as the solutions presented by two bilingual Spanish-French dictionaries. We conclude that developers of automatic translation programmes need to elaborate this problem in greater depth in...

98. Entre o egresso ideal e o egresso real da formação inicial de português como língua adicional : experiências, crenças e identidades - Mendes, Márcia Pereira de Almeida
Dissertação (mestrado)—Universidade de Brasília, Instituto de Letras, Departamento de Línguas Estrangeiras e Tradução, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Linguística Aplicada, 2014.

99. Online Support Groups for Depression and Anxiety: Outcome and Process - Dean, JH
The studies described in this thesis aimed to investigate the potential benefits of an online support group (OSG) for participants experiencing depression and anxiety. After a review of the literature (Chapter 1), the first experiment (Chapter 2) analyses the validity of a commonly used text analysis software called Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC), which is used later in the RCT to examine the correlates of the outcome measures. In order to prepare for the RCT, two pilot studies were carried out (Chapter 3), one to test the OSG arm and another to test the placebo control condition, an expressive...

100. Intensifiers: Meaning and Distribution - Constantinou, H
This monograph explores the meaning and distribution of intensifiers (otherwise referred to as emphatic reflexives). Intensifiers are invariably stressed and anaphorically dependent on a nominal antecedent. Their use induces alternatives, an indication that their prosodic prominence results from some sort of information-structural marking. An intensifier can adjoin directly to its antecedent or to some clausal projection. The first part of the monograph is concerned with the meaning of intensifiers. Depending on its distribution, an intensifier may take up to three radically different readings; adnominal, inclusive or exclusive. I first suggest that the common characteristic of the three readings is that...

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