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A bibliography of pedagogy and research in interpretation and translation
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his volume includes four types of bibliographic information on translation and interpretation studies: Research efforts across disciplinary boundaries: cognitive psychology, neurolinguistics, psycho-linguistics, sociolinguistics, computational linguistics, measurement, aptitude testing, language policy, decision-making, theses, dissertations; Training information covering: program design, curriculum studies, instruction, school administration; Instruction information detailing: course syllabi, methodology, models, available textbooks; Testing information about aptitude, selection, diagnostic tests. NFLRC Monographs is a refereed series sponsored by the National Foreign Language Resource Center at the University of Hawai`i under the supervision of the series editor, Richard Schmidt. NFLRC Monographs present the findings of recent work in applied linguistics that is of relevance to language teaching and learning, with a focus on the less commonly-taught languages of Asia and the Pacific. Prior to 2006, these monographs were published as "SLTCC Technical Reports.

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A communicative framework for introductory Japanese language curricula
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In recent years the number of schools offering Japanese nationwide has increased dramatically. Because of the tremendous popularity of Japanese language and the shortage of teachers, quite a few untrained, non-native and native teachers are in the classrooms and are expected to teach several levels of Japanese. These guidelines are intended to assist individual teachers and professional associations throughout the United States in designing Japanese language curricula. They are meant to serve as a framework from which language teaching can be expanded and are intended to allow teachers to enhance and strengthen the quality of Japanese language instruction.

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Attention & awareness in foreign language learning
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Issues related to the role of attention and awareness in learning lie at the heart of many theoretical and practical controversies in the foreign language field. This collection of papers presents the results of research into the learning of Spanish, Japanese, Finnish, Hawaiian, and English as a second language (with additional comments and examples from French, German, and miniature artificial languages) that bear on these crucial questions for foreign language pedagogy.

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