Learning the Language of Dentistry

Disciplinary corpora in the teaching of English for Specific Academic Purposes

| University of Queensland
| The University of Hong Kong
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This book explores the affordances of disciplinary corpora for the teaching and learning of the language of dentistry, within the field of English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP). We extract disciplinary register features and vocabulary from three key genres of the dentistry discipline (published experimental research articles, case reports, and novice/professional research reports within the Dental Public Health domain), before integrating these features into ESAP pedagogy in the form of corpus-based ESAP materials that promote student-led direct engagement with disciplinary corpora – an approach known as 'data-driven learning'. This book is a timely and relevant addition to the field of corpus linguistics and ESAP, and is especially targeted at ESAP professionals who are required to teach disciplinary discourses but who may struggle to know what to teach as non-experts of the target discipline.
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 93]  2019.  xiv, 222 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
ix
Foreword: Corpora and specialised English in the university curriculum
Ken Hyland
xi–xiv
Chapter 1. Getting to the ‘root’ of the problem: Introduction to the volume
1–23
Section 1. The language of dentistry – A corpus-based exploration of language features across the dentistry register
27–112
Chapter 2. ‘Extracting’ the linguistic dimensions of dentistry experimental research articles
27–200
Chapter 3. Persuasive stories?: Professional and novice research reports for Dental Public Health
55–80
Chapter 4. Understanding disciplinary vs. non-disciplinary terminology: Insights from the dentistry case report genre
81–112
Section 2. Applying corpus insights for ESAP pedagogy
113–188
Chapter 5. Data-driven dentistry: Corpora, ESAP, and writing-to-learn
115–150
Chapter 6. Putting it into (dental) practice: User engagement with dentistry corpora and DDL
151–173
Chapter 7. Reflections on practice, and future directions
175–188
References
202–203
Language Features in EFA Model (Chapter 2)
205–217
Index
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