"This book purposes that the challenges posed by classroom language learning could be studied much more profitably from the particular perspective of semiotic theory, than from the perspective of other sciences. Based on a series of research projects whose results show how powerful semiotics is as a framework for investigaing classroom language learning, it is written as an introductory text for teachers, educators, applied linguists, and anyone else interested in the contribution that semiotics can make to language education." Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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