dr hab. Anna Bloch-Rozmej

Please read chapter 25 from the book 'Childhood cognitive development’ and within 2-3 paragraphs (200 words) express your opinion on the significance of the knowledge of child’s cognitive development in teaching English to children

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Anna Bloch-Rozmej is Professor at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland. She is Head of the Department of Applied Linguistics, the author of two monographs and editor of six volumes. She specializes in phonology and applied linguistics.
Research interests:
Theoretical phonology and phonetics
Contrastive phonology (Irish, English, Polish, German)
Minority languages (Vilamovian/Wilamowicean)
Second language acquisition
Teaching experience:
English phonetics and phonology
General linguistics
TEFL at university level
Descriptive grammar of English
Government Phonology
History of phonology
Theory of language
Major publications:
1998 Element Interactions in Phonology. A Study in Connemara Irish. Redakcja Wydawnictw KUL, Lublin.
2008 (ed.) Issues in Celtic Linguistics Volume 5, Lublin Studies in Celtic Languages. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin.
2009 Melody in Government Phonology. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin.
2012 (ed.) Modules and Interfaces. Studies in Linguistics and methodology 4. Lublin: Wydawnictwo KUL.
2014 (ed.)Language Change. Faces and Facets. Lublin: Wydawnictwo KUL. ISBN: 978-83-7702-958-9
2015 (ed.) Within language, beyond theories. Vol II. Studies in Applied linguistics.
Newcastle upon Tyne 2015: Cambridge Scholars  Publishing. ISBN: 9781443874571
2015 (ed.) Spotlight on Melody and Structure in Syntax and Phonology. Lublin: Wydawnictwo KUL. ISBN 978-83-8061-169-6.
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