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Назва: THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS: A SECOND LOOK AT UNDERSTANDING IDIOMATICITY IN CALL
Автори: LIONTAS, JOHN I.
Ключові слова: idiomaticity, pragmatics, second language teaching, digital learning, learner empowerment, natural language use
Дата публікації: 14-лис-2017
Видавництво: УНІВЕРСИТЕТ імені АЛЬФРЕДА НОБЕЛЯ
Серія/номер: ПЕДАГОГІКА І ПСИХОЛОГІЯ;2(14)2017
Короткий огляд (реферат): This article takes a critical second look at understanding idiomaticity in CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning). The conditions markedly affecting second language teaching and learning are highlighted amidst pedagogical constructs supporting the reconstructive nature of idiomatic understanding and production in English. The ensuing discussion underscores the promise digital technologies hold for further research work on idiomaticity including, but not limited to,idiom, metaphor, simile, metonymy, hyperbole, proverb, slang, cliché, lexical bundle, phrasal expression, multiword construction, collocation,colloquialism, andtropes of figurative language. It is argued that for the purposes of diagnosis and achievementidiomaticity must be thoughtfully anchored in pedagogical paradigms requiring further examination and care. These exemplars,as the need arises across contexts and audiences, are seen as particularly useful to the development and refinement of idiomatic knowledge, especially when such knowledgereflects the judicious and purposeful use of CALL technologies, electronic tools, and digital resources. Pedagogical implications addressing idiom-learning activities and task-based digital projectsare also discussed.
Опис: This article takes a critical second look at understanding idiomaticity in CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning). The conditions affecting markedly second language teaching and learning are highlighted amidst pedagogical constructs supporting the reconstructive nature of idiomatic understanding and production in English. The ensuing discussion underscores the promise digital technologies hold for further research work on idiomaticityincluding, but not limited to, idiom, metaphor, simile, metonymy, hyperbole, proverb, slang, cliché, lexical bundle, phrasal expression, multiword construction, collocation,colloquialism, andtropes of figurative language. It is argued that for the purposes of diagnosis and achievement idiomaticity must be thoughtfully anchored in pedagogical paradigms requiring further examination and care. These exemplars, as the need arises across contexts and audiences, are seen as particularly useful to the development and refinement of idiomatic knowledge, especially when such knowledge reflects the judicious and purposeful use of CALL technologies, electronic tools, and digital resources. Beginning with a critical retrospective account of significant CALL events and developments affecting second language learning and practice to this day, including common nomenclature and concepts associated with CALL, this article then appraises time-tested notions of theory-to-practice within pedagogy supports befitting natural language use. This is followed by a series of practical implications that take full advantage of the digital and communications technologies to date. Based on students’ interests, needs, and abilities, their systematic organization across social and academic settings, if addressed with due attention, is lauded as a viable methodological framework certain to impact the success or failure of understanding idiomaticity in CALL.
URI (Уніфікований ідентифікатор ресурсу): http://ir.duan.edu.ua/handle/123456789/790
ISSN: ISSN 2522-4115 (print) ISSN 2522-9133 (online)
Розташовується у зібраннях:2017

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