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The Resource Approaches to teaching the history of the English language : pedagogy in practice, edited by Mary Hayes and Allison Burkette

Approaches to teaching the history of the English language : pedagogy in practice, edited by Mary Hayes and Allison Burkette

Label
Approaches to teaching the history of the English language : pedagogy in practice
Title
Approaches to teaching the history of the English language
Title remainder
pedagogy in practice
Statement of responsibility
edited by Mary Hayes and Allison Burkette
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The History of the English Language is a traditional course whose instructors are tasked with balancing various institutional, curricular, and student needs. Additionally, the course's prodigious subject poses challenges for new as well as veteran instructors. It encompasses a broad chronological, geographic, and disciplinary scope and, in the twenty-first-century classroom, has come to account for English's transformative relationship with the internet and social media. In Approaches to Teaching the History of the English Language, experienced instructors explain the influences and ingenuity
Dewey number
420.9
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1972-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Hayes, Mary
  • Burkette, Allison Paige,
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  • English language
  • English language
Label
Approaches to teaching the history of the English language : pedagogy in practice, edited by Mary Hayes and Allison Burkette
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "First Edition published in 1996."--title page verso
  • "First Edition published in Paperback 2001."--title page verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Approaches to Teaching the History of the English Language; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; List of Contributors; 1. Introduction; Part One: Reflections on Teaching the History of the English Language; 2. German, Handwriting, and Other Things I Learned to Keep in Mind When Teaching the History of English; 3. Restoring Rhythm: An Auditory Imagination of the History of English; 4. Teaching the History of English: A South African Perspective; 5. How Is HEL Relevant to Me?; Part Two: The Value of Teaching the History of English: Rethinking Curricula
  • 6. Philology, Theory, and Critical Thinking Through the History of the English Language7. The History of the English Language and the Medievalist; 8. English and I: Finding the History of the English Language in the Class; Part Three: Research Paradigms and Pedagogical Practices; 9. Historical Pragmatics in the Teaching of the History of English; 10. Using Principles of Construction Grammar in the History of English Classroom; 11. Addressing "Emergence" in a HEL Classroom; 12. Discovering the Past for Yourself: Corpora, Data-​Driven Learning, and the History of English
  • 13. Word Classes in the History of English14. Dictionaries and the History of English; Part Four: Centuries in a Semester: HEL's Chronological Conventions; 15. English Is an Indo-​European Language: Linguistic Prehistory in the History of English Classroom; 16. Serving Time in "HELL": Diachronic Exercises for Literature Students; 17. What Has Beowulf to Do with English? (Let's Ask Lady Philology!); 18. Starting from Now: Teaching the Recent History of English; Part Five: Including "Englishes" in the History of English; 19. From Old English to World Englishes
  • 20. An Ecological Account of the Emergence and Evolution of English21. Researching World Englishes in HEL Courses: Neologisms, Newspapers, and Novels; 22. Situating World Englishes into a History of English Course; 23. Incorporating American English into the History of English; 24. Teaching Diversity and Change in the History of English; 25. Our Subject Is Each Other: Teaching HEL to ESL, EFL, and Non-​Standard English Speakers; Part Six : Using Media and Performance in the History of Eng; 26. Approaching the History of English Through Material Culture; 27. Teaching Original Pronunciation
  • 28. Engaging Multimedia in the HEL Classroom29. Teaching the History of English Online: Open Education and Student Engagement; Appendix: Resources for Teaching; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Control code
ocn980302549
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 457 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780190611064
Lccn
2017014915
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)980302549
Label
Approaches to teaching the history of the English language : pedagogy in practice, edited by Mary Hayes and Allison Burkette
Publication
Note
  • "First Edition published in 1996."--title page verso
  • "First Edition published in Paperback 2001."--title page verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Approaches to Teaching the History of the English Language; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; List of Contributors; 1. Introduction; Part One: Reflections on Teaching the History of the English Language; 2. German, Handwriting, and Other Things I Learned to Keep in Mind When Teaching the History of English; 3. Restoring Rhythm: An Auditory Imagination of the History of English; 4. Teaching the History of English: A South African Perspective; 5. How Is HEL Relevant to Me?; Part Two: The Value of Teaching the History of English: Rethinking Curricula
  • 6. Philology, Theory, and Critical Thinking Through the History of the English Language7. The History of the English Language and the Medievalist; 8. English and I: Finding the History of the English Language in the Class; Part Three: Research Paradigms and Pedagogical Practices; 9. Historical Pragmatics in the Teaching of the History of English; 10. Using Principles of Construction Grammar in the History of English Classroom; 11. Addressing "Emergence" in a HEL Classroom; 12. Discovering the Past for Yourself: Corpora, Data-​Driven Learning, and the History of English
  • 13. Word Classes in the History of English14. Dictionaries and the History of English; Part Four: Centuries in a Semester: HEL's Chronological Conventions; 15. English Is an Indo-​European Language: Linguistic Prehistory in the History of English Classroom; 16. Serving Time in "HELL": Diachronic Exercises for Literature Students; 17. What Has Beowulf to Do with English? (Let's Ask Lady Philology!); 18. Starting from Now: Teaching the Recent History of English; Part Five: Including "Englishes" in the History of English; 19. From Old English to World Englishes
  • 20. An Ecological Account of the Emergence and Evolution of English21. Researching World Englishes in HEL Courses: Neologisms, Newspapers, and Novels; 22. Situating World Englishes into a History of English Course; 23. Incorporating American English into the History of English; 24. Teaching Diversity and Change in the History of English; 25. Our Subject Is Each Other: Teaching HEL to ESL, EFL, and Non-​Standard English Speakers; Part Six : Using Media and Performance in the History of Eng; 26. Approaching the History of English Through Material Culture; 27. Teaching Original Pronunciation
  • 28. Engaging Multimedia in the HEL Classroom29. Teaching the History of English Online: Open Education and Student Engagement; Appendix: Resources for Teaching; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Control code
ocn980302549
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 457 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780190611064
Lccn
2017014915
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)980302549

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