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Bibliografická citace

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1st publ.
Cambridge : Cambridge University, 1994
x,213 s.

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ISBN 0-521-36746-8 (brož.)
Cambridge language teaching library
Obsahuje rejstřík.
Bibliografie: s. 193-205.
Jazyky cizí - vyučování - příručky učitelské
Rétorika - kultura jazyková - příručky
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Contents // Acknowledgements x // Preface 1 // Chapter 1 What is discourse analysis? // 1.1 A brief historical overview 5 // 1.2 Form and function 7 // 1.3 Speech acts and discourse structures // 1.4 The scope of discourse analysis // 1.5 Spoken discourse: models of analysis 12 // 1.6 Conversations outside the classroom 19 // 1.7 Talk as a social activity 22 // 1.8 Written discourse 25 // 1.9 Text and interpretation 26 // 1.10 Larger patterns in text 30 // 1.11 Conclusion 32 // Chapter 2 Discourse analysis and grammar // 2.1 Introduction 34 // 2.2 Grammatical cohesion and textuality 35 // 2.2.1 Reference 35 // 2.2.2 Ellipsis and substitution 43 // 2.2.3 Conjunction 46 // 2.3 Theme and rheme 51 // 2.4 Tense and aspect 59 // 2.5 Conclusion 62 // Chapter 3 Discourse analysis and vocabulary // 3.1 Introduction 64 // 3.2 Lexical cohesion 65 // 3.3 Lexis in talk 69 // as (? // 3.4 Textual aspects or lexical competence 72 // 3.5 Vocabulary and the organising or text 74 // 3.6 Signalling larger textual patterns 78 // 3.7 Register and signalling vocabulary 82 // 3.8 Modality 84 // 3.9 Conclusion 86 // Chapter 4 Discourse analysis and phonology // 4.1 Introduction 88 // 4.2 Pronunciation 88 // 4.3 Rhythm 90 // 4.4 Word stress and prominence 94 // 4.5 The placing or prominence 96 // 4.6 Intonational units 99 // 4.7 Tones and their meanings 105 // 4.7.1 Types or tones 105 // 4.7.2 Grammatical approaches 106 // 4.7.3 Altitudinal approaches 107 // 4.7.4 Interactive approaches 109 // 4.8 Key 112
// 4.9 Pitch across speakers 113 // 4.10 Summary 114 // 4.11 Conclusion 114 // Chapter 5 Spoken language // 5.1 Introduction 118 // 5.2 Adjacency pairs 119 // 5.3 Exchanges 122 // 5.4 Turn-taking 127 // 5.5 Transactions and topics 130 // 5.5.1 Transactions 130 // 5.5.2 Topics 131 // 5.6 Interactional and transactional talk 136 // 5.7 Stories, anecdotes, jokes 137 // 5.8 Other spoken discourse types 142 // 5.9 Speech and grammar 143 // 5.10 Conclusion 144 // Chapter 6 Written language // 6.1 Introduction 147 // 6.2 Text types 147 // 6.3 Speech and writing 149 // 6.4 Units in written discourse 152 // 6.5 Clause relations 155 // 6.6 Getting to grips with larger patterns 157 // 6.7 Patterns and the learner 161 // 6.8 Culture and rhetoric 164 // 6.9 Discourse and the reader 168 // 6.10 Conclusion 170 // Guidance for Reader activities // References // Index // 172 // 193 // 207

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