Teaching and Researching Multimodality

Teaching and Researching Multimodality

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Teaching and Researching Multimodality brings together existing research in Multimodal Discourse Analysis and multimodality in educational and related contexts supported by a critical and explanatory display of key case studies of multimodal practice. This is the only book to combine both the theoretical and practical aspects of multimodality in one comprehensive work, as well as the only book on the topic to speak to an Applied Linguistics audience. John Knox uses his expertise on the subject to provide an unparalleled resource for Applied Linguistics and Education courses that focus on multimodality, a resource that can also be used as a supplementary text in more general second language teaching courses.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 152 x 229mm
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138847925
  • 9781138847927
  • 2,324,285

Table of contents

SECTION I: KEY CONCEPTS AND ISSUES IN MULTIMODALITY. Chapter 1: Multimodality: What and why? Chapter 2: Multimodal discourse. Chapter 3: Multimodality in 3D: Space and embodiment.Chapter 4: Multimodality in print. Chapter 5: Multimodality: Screen and sound. SECTION II: MULTIMODALITY IN PRACTICE Chapter 6: Explorations of learning spaces as multimodal sites. Chapter 7: Explorations of multimodal educational texts. Chapter 8: Multimodality and professional communication. Chapter 9: Learning and teaching multimodality. SECTION III: RESEARCHING PROJECTS IN MULTIMODALITY Chapter 10: Practical considerations in multimodal research. Chapter 11: Researching multimodal discourse. SECTION IV: REFERENCES AND RESOURCES Chapter 12: Resources for multimodality.
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About John S Knox

John Knox is a Lecturer in Linguistics at Macquarie University, Sydney. He teaches on the Postgraduate Programs in Applied Linguistics, and is responsible for courses on Multimodality and Systemic Functional Linguistics.
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