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with the following words (my backtranslation): You are gripped by fear  you stall And live. And the debacle continues living from your life. Finish this world Finish your life. This very minute. Now. With a dagger No Shakespeare (Arden) Himonas Backtranslation 6 (1.1.46–47) Bar: Looks a not like the

In: Remapping Habitus in Translation Studies

based on students’ using the camera in their phone to capture images of their everyday life outside the university, and presenting these images for a foreign audience. I will first give some background information about my teaching context. This informationwill provide some context for the

In: Left to My Own Devices: Learner Autonomy and Mobile-Assisted Language Learning
Author: Gerard Giordano

shared abundant life made possible by technological advance" (p. 5). Later in that same editorial, the authors adjured their readers that "we submit to the member- ship of the N.E.A. that its role in the life of the nation would be greatly enhanced if it identified itself with an ideal of social living

In: Twentieth Century Reading Education: Understanding Practices of Today in Terms of Patterns of the Past
Author: Noa Talaván

technology may act as a motivating factor for students Noa Talaván 286 to face authentic foreign language exchanges from a much more stimulating perspective. Subtitling as a task which entails the actual addition of subtitles to a clip by students, can have a notable impact on the improvement of

In: New Insights into Audiovisual Translation and Media Accessibility

real-life conversation; (3) proficient L2 learners’ tendency in relying too much on a limited range of phrases to be nativelike. The chapter thus leads to an attempt to establish a balance between relying heavily on formulaic material and promoting creativity in the use of individual words

In: Left to My Own Devices: Learner Autonomy and Mobile-Assisted Language Learning
Author: Gerard Giordano

Chapter 9 LITERATURE-BASED APPROACHES Reading materials should be close to life and grow out of children's living (the staff of the Maury School, 1941). Literature-based programs originated with concerns about the effects of reading on charac- ter development These concerns evolved into a

In: Twentieth Century Reading Education: Understanding Practices of Today in Terms of Patterns of the Past

assembling a large amount of information from the structures of the whole elegy. The undefinedness of the adjectival noun is another factor that motivates the reader's closer investigations. 5.16. Resistance can take the form of ambiguity about the components from which a new lexical item is created

In: Factors in a Theory of Poetic Translating
Author: Paul Skandera

. Telephone conversations, for example, play only a marginal part in the everyday life of an average Kenyan speaker of English, and they have therefore completely been omitted from the CKE. Text categories containing scripted speech, on the other hand, have been increased, primarily through the addition of

In: Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory

using e-learning and m-learning methodologies, and it is by now a Greenlandic pioneer in the field. Greenland is the largest island in the world. Yet it is inhabited by only 56,000 people, with about 25% living in Nuuk, the political and administrative center, and the rest in 14 towns and 60 smaller

In: Left to My Own Devices: Learner Autonomy and Mobile-Assisted Language Learning

motivate a selection, and other occurrences of the term were consulted. But there is no a priori justification for assuming that a term must always be used in the same way: the examples in 4.6 and 4.7 demon- strate the contrary. Whenever I have indicated how one occurrence can be interpreted through

In: Factors in a Theory of Poetic Translating