IntroducciOn y aplicaciones contextualizadas a la lingUIstica hispAnica provides a contemporary introduction to the study of Spanish, helping students apply linguistics analysis to the study of language. It encourages the reader to analyze language in action and understand how linguistic components interact to convey conceptual and social meaning.
-A contemporary introduction to the study of Spanish that encourages both Spanish and semi-proficient non-native Spanish speaking students to see language in action and understand how linguistic components interact to convey conceptual and social meaning
-Addresses the core sub-fields of linguistics (phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics) as they relate to the study of the Spanish language
-Uses second language acquisition as a foundation upon which linguistic analysis can be built
-Supplementary companion website includes exercises, comprehension questions, cutting-edge research highlights, lists of key terms, and analytical mini-projects designed to help the user and encourage students to apply learned theoretical knowledge to real-world language use contexts
-Instructors will also have access to a sample 16-week semester syllabus and corresponding task-based lesson plans (in PowerPoint format) as well as assignments which they can edit for use in their own learning context.
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