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Author Werner, Valentin.

Title Pop Culture in Language Education Theory, Research, Practice
Published Milton : Taylor & Francis Group, 2020
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Description 1 online resource (305 p.)
Series Routledge Research in Language Education Ser
Routledge Research in Language Education Ser
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Series Information -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of contents -- Illustrations -- Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1 Learning languages through pop culture/learning about pop culture through language education -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 What is "pop"? What is "pop culture"? -- 1.2 Overview -- 2. Rationales for using pop culture -- 2.1 Psychology of learning and motivation -- 2.2 Sociology -- 2.3 Language pedagogy and second language acquisition research -- 2.3.1 Authenticity and learner-centered teaching
2. Media discourse as a mirror of innovative and emotional language use -- 3. The language of teenagers -- 3.1 Gonna and wanna -- 3.2 Fuck, shit, and dude -- 3.3 Totally -- 4. Research agenda, data, and methodology -- 4.1 Research questions -- 4.2 Data and methodology -- 5. Results and discussion -- 5.1 Gonna and wanna -- 5.2 Fuck, shit, and dude -- 5.3 Totally -- 6. Implications and conclusion -- Notes -- References -- 3 Swear/taboo words in US TV series: Combining corpus linguistics with selected insights from screenwriters and learners -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Data and approach
2.1 Corpora and corpus techniques -- 2.2 Other data -- 3. Swear/taboo words in US TV series -- 3.1 Comparison with other datasets -- 3.2 Internal comparison -- 3.3 Different uses -- 4. Implications for the EFL classroom -- 5. Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- Notes -- References -- 4 Exploring the vocabulary of rap lyrics -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 The lexical challenge -- 1.2 Research questions and outline -- 2. Data and method -- 3. Results and discussion -- 3.1 A list of rap-specific vocabulary -- 3.2 The vocabulary demand of rap lyrics -- 3.3 The hidden challenge
2.3.2 Going beyond standard varieties -- 2.3.3 Assessing engagement with and learning through pop culture -- Pop outside the classroom -- Vocabulary learning through engagement with pop culture -- The development of communicative competence -- 3. Pop culture literacy: Studying pop culture in its own right -- 4. Concluding remarks -- Notes -- References -- Part I The language of pop culture and language skills areas -- 2 Teen talk in TV series as a model of linguistic innovation and emotional language -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction
4. Pedagogical implications -- 5. Limitations and future research -- Notes -- References -- 5 Teaching grammar through pop culture -- Abstract -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Data and method -- 2.1 Features of conversational grammar -- 2.2 Corpus -- 3. Results: Grammar in pop lyrics -- 3.1 Core conversational grammar -- 3.1.1 Basic conjunctions -- 3.1.2 Deictic expressions -- 3.1.3 Modals and semi-modals -- 3.1.4 Questions -- 3.1.5 Head- and tail-slot fillers -- 3.1.6 Quotatives -- 3.2 Variation and informality -- 3.3 Chunks -- 4. Discussion -- 5. Conclusion -- Notes -- References
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Part II Pop culture and classroom practice
Subject Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Social aspects.
Popular culture.
Form Electronic book
Author Tegge, Friederike
ISBN 0367808331
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