Pragmatics: Exercise

 

 

Speech Act Activity

 

 

Complete the exercise f you are taking the exam, you will need to submit it to your tutor.

Think of an interaction in which cross-cultural and/or cross-linguistic differences are displayed between a target language and the learners' L1. After you illustrate the differences, think of ways use that information to learn (1) new vocabulary; (2) grammar; (3) pragmatic expressions; and (4) sociocultural rules.

 

The following videos present ideas that groups in the class brainstormed together:

 

 

Greetings in German.

Duration: 01:30


 

 

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Spanish compliments.

Duration: 00:54


 

 

Chinese invitations.

Duration: 03:35


Now take a look at lesson plans created individually by our participating language teachers.

 

Formal vs. Informal (Spanish)

Dialogue (German)

Invitations (Chinese)

Making Requests (Chinese)

 

 

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Assessment

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Classroom Management

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Culture

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The Language Learner

 

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Pragmatics

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Foreign Language Teaching Methods. Carl Blyth, Editor. 2010. Texas Language Technology Center, University of Texas at Austin