LINGUIST List 14.2386

Tue Sep 9 2003

Qs: EFL Contextualization Cues/Discourse Markers

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  1. Ebru Demirtas, contextualisation cues and discourse markers

Message 1: contextualisation cues and discourse markers

Date: 7 Sep 2003 22:24:03 -0000
From: Ebru Demirtas <ebrudemirtasyahoo.com>
Subject: contextualisation cues and discourse markers

Dear Linguists,
	 
I am making a research on the use of contextualisation cues and
discourse markers by EFL teachers in classroom. I was wondering if we
can call contextualisation cues macro markers, as micro markers are
called discourse markers by Fowerdew and Tauroza (SSLA, 17,
435-45). Also is there a list of discourse markers or
contextualisation cues that i can refer to?
	 
	Kind Regards
	Ebru
	
	










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