LINGUIST List 14.1372

Tue May 13 2003

Qs: Linguistic Document Dating; ICT/SLA Input

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  1. Vincent DeCaen, dating documents?
  2. Damianos Damianopoulos, REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE

Message 1: dating documents?

Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 13:02:07 -0400 (EDT)
From: Vincent DeCaen <decaenorigin.chass.utoronto.ca>
Subject: dating documents?

i'm interested in theory & method for dating documents by linguistic
criteria: either historical-linguistic, or corpus-linguistic, or
something related. i have relatively dated (!) references for middle
english literature; norse sagas; and biblical hebrew. i assume other
literatures present challenges in dating compositions too ...

is there anything general and recent in this area written by a
*linguist*? thanx.

Dr Vincent DeCaen <decaenchass.utoronto.ca>
Research Associate
Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
University of Toronto
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Message 2: REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE

Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 18:04:26 +0000
From: Damianos Damianopoulos <damkerotenet.gr>
Subject: REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE

Dear Members,
 
My name is Damianos Damianopoulos and I teach English at the 2nd
Junior High School of Corfu, Greece. Besides, I am a student at the
Hellenic Open University and I am currently working on my
dissertation, which is connected with the integration of ICT in
face-to-face curricula and syllabi.
 
I should be profoundly indebted to all those colleagues that might
find a little time to fill out a questionnaire which can be accessed
at this url: http://users.otenet.gr/~damker/fbkeflteach.htm
 
I should be even more indebted if you could srpead the word to other
colleagues that might not have the opportunity to view this message;
not only teachers of English but also teachers of other languages like
French, German etc.
 
Please, accept my gratitude for your anticipated assistance in this
matter.
 
Cheers
Damian.
______________________________________________________
Damianopoulos A. Damianos
Hellenic Open University M.Ed. TESOL student
Teacher of English as a Foreign Language
2nd Junior High School Corfu Greece
E-mail: damkerotenet.gr
WWW: http://users.otenet.gr/~damker (Virtual English Classroom) 
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