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Title: Materials and resources for teaching Italian pragmatics
Author: Bicciato, Stella
Director/Tutor: Barón Parés, Júlia
Keywords: Adquisició d'una segona llengua
Pragmàtica
Italià (Llengua)
Tesis de màster
Second language acquisition
Pragmatics
Italian language
Masters theses
Issue Date: 5-Sep-2020
Abstract: This study aims to describe the materials and the resources employed for the instruction of Italian pragmatics, in both foreign and second language contexts. 139 teachers of Italian answered an online questionnaire which elicited information about the materials and resources they used in the classroom as well as information regarding their teaching techniques. Their answers were clustered into five main categories. The results revealed that the most commonly used materials were printed, audiovisual, self-produced, students’ oral production and digital materials. Within these categories, textbooks (printed materials) and videos (audiovisual material) were considered as the most preferred materials by the teachers. Regarding teaching techniques, the most frequently used by teachers were role plays, watching videos and listening exercises. The findings of the present study suggest that textbooks, the main resource for teaching pragmatics, should be implemented with specific activities on this topic. By receiving guidelines teachers could appropriately teach pragmatics in their classes, without the need to create their own materials.
Note: Màster de Lingüística Aplicada i Adquisició de Llengües en Contextos Multilingües, Departament de Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya, Universitat de Barcelona, Curs: 2019-2020, Tutora: Júlia Barón
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/172175
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