Learner Corpora and Their Potential for Multilingual Teaching

  • Author : "Anastasia Kamarauli, Mariam Kamarauli, Zakharia Pourtskhvandze"
  • Topic : "Learner Corpus, Multilingual Teaching"
  • Issue : 26
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2014.3001
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  • Pages : 78- 89
  • Abstract : This article primarily deals with building and using a type of language corpus - the learner corpus - for multilingual teaching. It describes all relevant aspects of the con-ceptualization, motivation and construction of learner corpora including the case
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Positive Effects of Bilingualism on Cognition and Language Acquisition

  • Author : "Shalva Tabatadze"
  • Topic : "Bilingual education, bilingualism, educational policy, metacognitive awareness"
  • Issue : 26
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2014.3002
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  • Pages : 1-12
  • Abstract : Bilingual education and bilingualism still remains a controversial field in educational policy among scientist and in public. This article aims to present the research results on positive effects of bilingualism on cognitive awareness and language acquis
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Introducing Professional Terminology in Multilingual Education Teacher Programmes: Reasoning and Practice

  • Author : "Ligita Grigule, Rita Skara Mincane, Indra Odiņa"
  • Topic : "Multilingual education, teacher education, terminology, action research, teaching methods."
  • Issue : 26
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2014.3003
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  • Pages : 13-34
  • Abstract : The article deals with the action research examining the evidence of the peculiarities of teaching terminology in the context of mutilingual teacher education, offering methods of its introduction and acquisition applied both in bachelor and master study
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Language Situation in Modern Georgia 1. Kartvelian Languages

  • Author : "Kakha Gabunia"
  • Topic : "Sociolinguistics, Language Siatuation in Modern Georgia"
  • Issue : 26
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2014.3004
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  • Pages : 35-55
  • Abstract : The article displays main aspects of the large-scale works made by Frankfurt am Main Goethe Institute in the framework of the project “Sociolinguistic Sit-uation in Modern Georgia” (financed by Volkswagen Foundation). 42 scientist from 12 Georgian scienti
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MULTILINGUALISM IN CONTEMPORARY BRITISH POETRY

  • Author : "Teterina Liliia"
  • Topic : "multilingualism, hybridization, code-mixing, embedded language, language and cultural interaction."
  • Issue : 26
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2014.3005
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  • Pages : 56-63
  • Abstract : Multilingualism is very much in the air now. Poetic language being inherently re-ceptive to the minute changes in the society could not but reflect this tendency of modern life in its structure and vocabulary. The phenomenon of multilingualism as one of
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Modality in Georgian: Methods of Teaching and Strategies for Foreign Speakers

  • Author : "Nino Sharashenidze"
  • Topic : "modality, modal meaning, semantic analysis of a sentence."
  • Issue : 26
  • DOI : 10.22333/ijme.2014.3006
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  • Pages : 64-77
  • Abstract : Modality is a semantic category which, in many languages, is rendered by polysemantic and polyfunctional forms. This means that one and the same modal form may express different modal meanings when used in different contexts and combined with different ve
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