On Roles and Features of Context in CLT

Xiao-chuan ZHOU, Hui-ling YIN


Context is a dynamic concept which is treated as a variable. This thesis tries to analyze, with the “relevance theory”, the features of the context and points out the importance of context in communicative language teaching.
Key words: relevant, utterance interpretation, the selective context, the immediate context
Résumé: Le contexte est un paramètre statique. Basé sur les théories là-dessus , ce texte analyse les caractéristiques concernant le contexte et son importance dans l’enseignement de méthodologie communicative.
Mots-clés: connexité, compréhension du language, contexte linguistique optionnel, contexte linguistique instantané

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720050101.019


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