A Three-Dimensional Contextualization Established for an English Language-Learning-&-Teaching to Get Along with in the Classroom

Yan Pei-Heng • Yan Jing • Chen Si


If language is supposed to be the text, the question then comes towhat is the context within which language lives rather than die? What context to language-learningis what water to plant-surviving. Questionably, what is thought of previously as the context or linguistic environment, especially that for classroom situation, remains still a problem to be dealt with and, what this paper is trying to do is therefore to establish kind of three-dimensionalcontextualization, which is hypothesized as being verbal and non-verbal, cultural and non-cultural as well as linguistic and non-linguistic for language teaching-and-learning to be carried out inside the classroom and, if possible, for English teachers to get along with.


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2nd International Conference on Education and Language 2014

  • Conference held in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia in 2014
  • 45 articles

The 2nd International Conference on Education and Language (ICEL) 2014 was organized by Bandar La... see more