Somewhat counter-intuitively, using social processes as a linking concept may allow more articulation between linguistic process
and archaeological evidence rather than less.
Work management, development and related linguistic process
Content-based instruction, in which the linguistic process
is driven by cultural and real-world information from authentic texts, rather than by language learning for its own sake (Ballman, 1997) fits easily into the constructivist paradigm, as do related whole language approaches.
The following three examples illustrate how a careful selection of L1 (Japanese) literary texts, along with film adaptations of the novels, can effectively promote students' social and cultural learning as well as appreciation of the literature through the linguistic process
of translation itself.