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2003. ” Paper presented at the 8th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Logroño, Spain, July 25. Occhi, D. , and Vail, P. 2002. » Comparative 向けて “A Case Culture – The Journal of ‘Miyazaki International College; 8: 130–134. Palmer, G. ������������ B. 1996. Toward a theory of cultural linguistics. Austin: University of Texas Press. Rubertone, P. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������� E. 2003. ” Anthropology News 44: 9. Shibatani, M. 1990. The Languages of Japan.

Must). In the Japanese case, social hierarchy-based pragmatic effects which constrain use of modals are consistent with a cultural model that precludes argumentation with the conclusions of a teacher or expert. This model, which is manifested behaviorally Chapter 2. Using cultural linguistics to teach English Language Inferential Schemas  in an educational focus on objective examinations during middle and high school, makes the development of logical argumentation skills in either language problematic for Japanese students.

As the lesson described at the end of this paper also shows, English-language discussions of fieldsites and findings often include great detail about the evidence used to construct conclusions about past human behavior. The target sentences for our lesson on modals were taken from the script of the Discovery Channel video production Neanderthals (2001). The Discovery Channel also posts lesson plans for school teachers on its website. Here is the list of objectives for the lesson based on Neanderthals, targeted at 6–8 graders (middle school): 1 Understand the two main theories regarding the relationship between Neanderthals and modern Homo sapiens 2 Examine the physical features and lives of the Neanderthals 3 Create a mural of a Neanderthal cave.

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