This book posits literacy as an organizing principle for foreign language education. Addressing key research findings in cognitive theory, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, language acquisition, and literacy studies.
The book attempts to put literary, cultural, linguistic, and cognitive theory on a productive parity with classroom practice. Written for teachers as well as language researchers, the book provides a heuristic framework for teaching reading and writing as highly interrelated acts of communication, at all levels of language study.
- Part of: Oxford Applied Linguistics
- ISBN: 978-0-19-442162-1