Published December 1, 1989
by The Johns Hopkins University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Get this from a library! Listening for the text: on the uses of the past. [Brian Stock] -- Listening for a wide range of medieval and modern texts, Stock studies the ways in which the growth of interest in language in the Middle Ages forms the background to the contemporary study of oral. Listening for the Text: On the Uses of the Past (The Middle Ages Series) [Stock, Brian] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Listening for the Text: Cited by: Listening for the Text On the Uses of the Past Brian Stock. pages | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 Paper | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ A volume in the Middle Ages Series View table of contents "Stock has opened up lines of thinking about the medieval world—and our modern one too—which lead in fascinating directions."—. Get this from a library! Listening for the text: on the uses of the past. [Brian Stock].
Listening for the Text: On the Uses of the Past available in Paperback. Add to Wishlist. ISBN ISBN Pub. Date: 01/29/ Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc. Listening for the Text: On the Uses of the Past. by Brian Stock | Read Reviews. Paperback. Current price is, Original price is $ You Price: $ Listening for the text: on the uses of the past Item Preview remove-circle Listening for the text: on the uses of the past by Stock, Brian. Publication date Topics Historiography, Semiotics, Hermeneutics Publisher Internet Archive Books. Scanned in : Listening for the Text: On the Uses of the Past. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, p. Building upon his study ofthe rise ofliteracy in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, Stock in this new book uses other medieval evidence to explore how people use texts to recollect the past. Here you can find activities to practise your listening skills. Listening will help you to improve your understanding of the language and your pronunciation. The self-study lessons in this section are written and organised according to the levels of the Common European Framework of .
I was thinking about the unfairness of it all—poor writers, losing readers for reasons other than the writing!—when author Ian Thomas Healy, in the course of my 5 On interview with him, suggested that I have my own novel adapted into an audiobook. He’d had a few of his adapted, he said, and he’d seen an increase in sales as a result. Reading-while-listening has been proven to boost concentration on the text at hand (by forcing the student to eliminate background noise and focus on the audio they're listening to), and is seen as an excellent alternative for younger children and adults with limited attention spans. 2. . The book uses very general topics for listening and speaking, so I did not see any that would be deemed offensive. The listening exercises often include individuals with names from other countries, so I think students will enjoy seeing names from their own parts of the world.4/5(13). Listening for the Text: On the Uses of the Past by Brian Stock (review) Listening for the Text: On the Uses of the Past by Brian Stock (review) Rocky Mountain Review the seams show when Spilka repeats facts or summarizes plots that have already been covered. But the book is more than the sum of its parts, and the reader will carry away much more from the book than from.