LINGUIST List 16.2065|
Sun Jul 03 2005
Qs: L2 French Error Studies; English/Specific Purposes
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French as L2 Error studies
ESP: English for specific purposes
Message 1: French as L2 Error studies
From: Joseph Reisdoerfer <joseph.reisdoerferci.rech.lu>
Subject: French as L2 Error studies
For one of my students working on errors made by Luxembourgish pupils aged
12 to 15 learning French at secondary school, I am looking for studies on errors
made by learners of French as a L2.
As far as I know, no specific scientific studies have been made until now on
errors made by Luxembourgish learners of French. I would therefore be
interested in studies on errors made by learners of French with a Germanic
native language (German, English, ?) I am especially interested in errors made
on orthography, morphology, syntax and the lexicon. I will post a summary of the
Dr Joseph REISDOERFER, hdr
Affiliations: Professeur à l'Athénée grand-ducal; Professeur associé à
l'Université du Luxembourg; Chargé d'enseignement à l'Université de la Sarre
Adresse: 60, rue de la Chapelle; L-9513 WILTZ; Grand-Duché de Luxembourg
Tél.: 352 552004
Site W3: Dramata festiva:
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Message 2: ESP: English for specific purposes
From: Leticia Pardiñas <letpardsyahoo.com>
Subject: ESP: English for specific purposes
I am working on my masteral thesis. I am working on the topic English for
nonnative speakers in theology studies. I am currently enrolled in a program on
language education at the University of the Philippines. I teach in a language
school where majority of our students are from religious organizations who are
preparing to enroll in theology and religious studies schools in the Philippines
where the language of instruction is English.
I plan to come up with some instructional materials in the likes of English
for theology students. Could you please refer me to sources that can be of
help to my research?
Thanks very much.
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
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