Aspects of Modern Language Teaching in Europe

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1
Language learning implies the existence of a source language (the learners’ first language) and a target language (the language they are learning). Language base refers to the language they are working on in a specific activity. Directionality makes reference to whether they are working from source language into target language or vice versa.

References


b
Bejoint, H. (1981) ‘The Foreign Student’s Use of the Monolingual English Dictionaries: A Study of Language Needs and Reference Skills’, in Applied Linguistics II 5: 207-222.
Bejoint, H. (1988) ‘Psycholinguistic Evidence and the Use of Dictionaries by L2 learners’, in M. Snell-Hornby (ed.) Zürilex ’86 Proceedings. Tübingen: A. Francke.
Bejoint, H. (1989) ‘The Teaching of Dictionary Use’, in F.J. Hausmann et al. (eds) Wörterbücher/Dictionaries/Dictionnaires, Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.
Bejoint, H. and Moulin, A. (1987) ‘The Place of the Dictionary in an EFL Programme’, in A. Cowie (ed.) The Dictionary and the Language Learner. Tübingen: Niemeyer.

c
Cowie, A. (ed.) (1987) The Dictionary and the Language Learner. Tübingen: Niemeyer.

h
Hartmann, R.R.K. (1989) ‘The Dictionary as an Aid to Foreign Language Teaching’, in F. J. Hausmann et al. (eds) Wörterbücher/Dictionaries/Dictionnaires, Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.
Herbst, T. (1990) ‘Dictionaries for Foreign Language Teaching: English’, in F.J. Hausmann et al. (eds) Wörterbücher/Dictionaries/Dictionnaires, Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.
Herbst, T. and Stein, G. (1987) ‘Dictionary-using Skills: A Plea for a New Orientation in Language Learning’, in A. Cowie (ed.) The Dictionary and the Language Learner. Tübingen: Niemeyer.
Householder, F. and Saporta, S. (eds) (1975) Problems in Lexicography. Bloomington: Indiana UP.

k
Kipfer, B. (1987) ‘Dictionaries and the Intermediate Student: Communicative Needs and the Development of User Reference Skills’, in A. Cowie (ed.) The Dictionary and the Language Learner. Tübingen: Niemeyer.

m
Malkiel, Y. (1975) ‘A Typological Classification of Dictionaries on the Basis of Distinctive Features’, in F. Householder and S. Saporta (eds) Problems in Lexicography. Bloomington: Indiana UP.

r
Rundell, M. (1988) ‘Changing the Rules: Why the Monolingual Learner’s Dictionary should Move away from the Native-Speaker Tradition’, in M. Snell-Hornby (ed.) Zürilex ’86 Proceedings. Tübingen: Francke.

s
Snell-Hornby, M. (ed.) (1988) Zürilex ’86 Proceedings. Tübingen: Francke.

z
Zöfgen, E. (1991) ‘Bilingual Learner’s Dictionaries’, in F.J. Hausmann et al. (eds) Wörterbücher/ Dictionaries/Dictionnaires, Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.

Further reading


c
Cowie, A. (1984) ‘EFL Dictionaries: Past Achievements and Present Needs’, in R.R.K. Hartmann (ed.) Lexeter ’83 Proceedings. Tübingen: Niemeyer.

h
Hartmann, R.R.K. (ed.) (1984) Lexeter ’83 Proceedings, Tübingen: Niemeyer.
Hatherall, G. (1984) ‘Studying Dictionary Use: Some Findings and Proposals’, in R.R.K. Hartmann (ed.) Lexeter ’83 Proceedings. Tübingen: Niemeyer.

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