LINGUIST List 11.2638

Tue Dec 5 2000

Qs: Articulation Therapy, L2/Predictable Mistakes

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  1. Sylvia Moosm�ller, articulation therapy
  2. Takame Sabine, predictable mistakes in L2

Message 1: articulation therapy

Date: Tue, 5 Dec 2000 15:42:19 +0100
From: Sylvia Moosm�ller <moosmkfs.oeaw.ac.at>
Subject: articulation therapy

Dear linguists,

I student of mine is currently working on articulation therapies for adults
with slight articulation problems (no aphasia etc). Can anybody help her
with literature or does anybody know about current therapy-programs for
adults?
We will post a summary.
Thank you,
Sylvia Moosm�ller
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Message 2: predictable mistakes in L2

Date: Wed, 06 Dec 2000 12:04:56 +1100
From: Takame Sabine <takamepostoffice.utas.edu.au>
Subject: predictable mistakes in L2

Hello

I have research students who are interested in the following topics:

1. Predictable mistakes made by native English speakers learning Indonesian
2. Predictable mistakes made by native English speakers learning Japanese
3. Predictable mistakes make by native English speakers learning both 
Indonesian and Japanese at the same time
4. Predictable mistakes made by native Japanese learning Indonesian
5. Predictable mistakes made by native Indonesian learning Japanese

I would be very interested to hear from anyone involved in these studies, 
and also about any materials available.

Takame Ueki-Sabine
Asian Languages and Studies
University of Tasmania
G.P.O. Box 252-91
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
Australia
Ph. 61-3-62262360
Fax 61-3-62267813
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