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Title: APPLIED LINGUISTICS 423 ENGL


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APPLIED LINGUISTICS423 ENGL
King Abdulaziz University Faculty of
Education Dept. of Foreign Languages
Dr. Hashim H. Noor
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS (423 ENGL) is a course
required for BA in English Language, Department
of Foreign Languages, Faculty of Education,
King Abdulaziz University, Madina, Saudi
Arabia.A Course in Applied Linguistics for
EFL/ESL Arab Students by H. Noor N. Al-Qadi (in
press) is the text-book for this course.The
following is the course distribution.
APPLIED LINGUISTICS423 ENGL
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
Course Distribution
Weeks I II
1. WHAT IS APPLIED LINGUISTICS? 1.1
Introduction 1.2 Definitions of Term 1.3
Areas of Applied Linguistics 1.3.1 Language
teaching
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
1.3.1 Language teaching 1.3.2 Language policy
planning 1.3.3 Speech therapy/pathology 1.3.
4 Lexicography dictionary making 1.3.5
Translation and interpretation 1.3.6 Computer
assisted language learning
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
Weeks III IV2. FIRST LANGUAGE
ACQUISITION2.1 Introduction2.2 The outlook of
behaviourists2.3 The views of innatists2.4 The
views of cognitists2.5 The viewpoint of
interactionists
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
Weeks V to VII3. SECOND LANGUAGE
ACQUISITION3.1 Introduction3.2 Historical
perspective3.3 Behaviouristic views 3.4
Cognitive/Psychological views3.5 Creative
construction views
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
3.5.1 The acquisition-learning
hypothesis 3.5.2 The Monitor hypothesis 3.5.3
The natural-order hypothesis 3.5.4 The input
hypothesis 3.5.5 The affective filter
hypothesis 3.6 Sociological Approach
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
Weeks VIII to XI4. APPROACHES TO LEARNERS
PERFORMANCE4.1 Introduction4.2 Contrastive
Analysis (CA) 4.2.1 Negative transfer
factors 4.2.2 CA assumptions 4.2.3 CA hierarchy
of difficulty
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
4.2.4 CA methodology 4.2.5 CA and L2
teaching 4.2.6 CA critics 4.2.7 CA defense4.3
Error Analysis (EA) 4.3.1 The importance of
EA 4.3.2 EA CA difference 4.3.3 EA
methodology 4.3.4 EA critics
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
4.4 Interlanguage (IL) 4.4.1 IL
assumptions 4.4.2 IL cognitive processes 4.4.3
IL and natural language similarities 4.4.4
IL and natural language differences 4.4.5
IL methodology 4.4.6 IL and L2 teaching 4.4.7
IL critics
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
Weeks XII XIII5. NON-LINGUISTIC FACTORS
IN L2 LEARNING5.1 Introduction5.2 Language
Aptitude5.3 Intelligence5.4 Motivation5.5
Anxiety5.6 Personality5.7 Age
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
Weeks IVX XV6. LANGUAGE LEARNING
STRATEGIES6.1 Introduction6.2 Definitions of
Learning Strategies6.3 Characteristics of
Language Learning Strategies
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
6.4 Types of Language Learning Strategies
6.4.1 OMalley et al.s Framework 6.4.2
Oxford Framework6.5 Factors Affecting Strategy
Choice 6.5.1 Age 6.5.2 Aptitude 6.5.3
Personality 6.5.4 The learners personal
background 6.5.6 Situational and social factors
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APPLIED LINGUISTICS
6.6 Good Language Learning Strategies 6.7
Language Learning Strategies and Language
Teaching 6.5 Conclusions
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TEXT BOOK and Reference Books
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TEXT BOOK
  • Noor, H. N. Al-Qadi (2003) A Course in
    Applied Linguistics for EFL/ESL Arab Learners.
    Dar AL-Iman Publishing Co., Madina, Saudi Arabia.

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Reference Books Articles
  • What suggested by professor according to the area
    or topic discussed.
  • In addition, there is a list of references for
    further readings at the end of each chapter in
    the text book.
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